Monthly Archives : May 2016

Where to Park for Fete Day

Philly is home to some of the oldest structures and traditions in the country, including bars, markets and parades. And, a quiet street in Old City holds the title of America’s oldest residential street: Elfreth’s Alley. Dating back to 1728, Elfreth’s Alley isn’t just the oldest street in the city, or
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#TBT: SmartCard Edition

Back in 2003, we introduced SmartCards as the the most convenient parking payment option in Philadelphia. The concept was simple and, well, smart. Instead of fumbling around in your pockets for loose change, you could just pay our meters or kiosks with a preloaded SmartCard (pictured to the left) and be
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RFP No. 16-12 Commercial Real Estate Broker Services

This request for proposals is being issued by the Parking Authority (the “Authority”). The Authority is soliciting written proposals from qualified professional leasing agents or brokers for leasing retail space on the ground floor of both sides of 8th Street between Arch and Filbert Streets. Interested firms will need to complete the attached Broker Registration Form and