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Paul Levy, president and CEO of the Center City District, also announced for the first time that the new commuter park’s cafe will serve alcohol and will feature cuisine from Jose Garces and his cuban-inspired Rosa Blanca restaurant.
In an email Wednesday Center City District officials announced the west side of City Hall, renamed Dilworth Park, is on pace to officially open in September, and more details about the opening will be made available next week.