Advocating for residents from South Street to Market Street and the Schuylkill River to 21st Street

We want a neighborhood where your home extends outside your front door. A place where we treat one another with respect, kids are safe to play and new members of our community are warmly welcomed. With your help, we can be a community that respects its history, learns from its past, but strives to be better in the future.

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    Fitler Square Neighbors Support Daytime Loading Zones Project to Reduce Traffic Congestion

    Contact: Fitler Square Neighborhood Association October 18, 2019 Re: Residential Area Daytime Loading Zones   At its October 10th meeting, the Board of Directors of the Fitler Square Neighborhood Association discussed the community planning issue of motor vehicle traffic congestion. Based on information shared by The Office of Transportation, Infrastructure, and Sustainability (oTIS), independent research, and feedback from our neighbors the Board voted to Support oTIS’s ability to request installation of ‘Residential Area Daytime Loading Zones’ at the beginning and end of blocks where city planning and engineering judgment indicate these loading zones are appropriate to reduce traffic congestion. Please feel free to contact us at if you have any questions or if Fitler Square Neighbors can be of assistance to you. Fitler Square Neighbors belongs to all of us. We want your feedback on this and other issues in the future. ###
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    Bagels and beer as Spread Bagelry and Workhorse Brewing meet up in Center City

    Spread Bagelry, the Montreal-style bagel shop now in the throes of expansion, has opened its so-called Spreadquarters at 2401 Walnut St. with an interesting partnership. Spread shares the street-level space, once a Jose Garces-owned pizzeria called 24 Wood-Fired Grill, with a tasting room by Workhorse Brewing Co., out of King of Prussia. The crossover appears seamless; customers walk in, order bagels, bagel sandwiches, and salads at the counter. Farther along in the space is the full bar, stocked with six Workhorse beers on tap, as well as two wines from Villanova’s Pear Grove. There also is a patio overlooking the Schuylkill. The location is on the Center City end of the Walnut Street Bridge. Read more at
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