PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — The Delaware River City Corp. is ready to continue work on an 11-mile, 700-acre stretch of the Delaware Riverfront Greenway. It is the primary project in the group’s seven-year history, and one that took three years to get off the ground, according to the group. The group’s efforts were reported in the Northeast Times.
The DRCC is led by Tom Branigan, who became executive director in January.
The project is expected to take eight years to complete. Long-term plans for the area include kayaking, boat rides, yacht club programs and riverfront movie nights.
“There is a lot of stuff going on at the end of this year and the beginning of next year,” Branigan told the Northeast Times. “We’re going to build it and then enhance it. It’s going to be nice.”
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