Remainder Spaces

One of the goals of Drexel’s Public Realm Master Plan is converting remainder spaces to beautiful places for public enjoyment.  A great example of leftover space can be found behind North Hall at the intersection of 32nd & Cherry, where a beautiful stand of honey locusts has a parking lot and cooling tower for a backdrop.  Pedestrian traffic on this section of 32nd Street is relatively light.  That will change with the opening of Vue 32, making this a prime space.  Just think what can be done with tables and chairs and a little screening:

32nd & Cherry

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