Philadelphia Waterfronts New Addition Pier 68
The color scheme of the park, from its entrance poles to the its trash cans is blue and white, creating a very nautical feel. The benches, also painted blue and white, are built in ergonomic wave-like forms. The center of the pier has been cut away to show the rise and fall of the tide of the Delaware River. It’s a beautiful and rare addition to this park’s maritime design.
I recommend taking advantage of the amazing autumn weather we’ve been having and escaping to this newest addition to the waterfront. The more we use these new riverfront assets, the more DWRC will be likely to keep creating riparian public spaces.
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