Philadelphia Ballet embarks on $34 million revamp and expansion of its home on North Broad Street

Philadelphia Ballet, the largest ballet company in the Keystone State, has unveiled plans for and announced that it will soon break ground on a major overhaul of its home at the Louise Reed Center for Dance on North Broad Street. The roughly 4-mile North Broad corridor, which originates at Philadelphia City Hall and stretches northward to Germantown Avenue before terminating in Cheltenham Township, is in the midst of an ongoing revitalization; located on the opposite side of the neighborhood-severing Vine Street Expressway from Center City in the once-industrial Callowhill district, Philadelphia Ballet is a relatively new arrival to the corridor, moving into its North Broad Street digs

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