Philly Clears Way For Development

03/19/2002 | Washington Post, The

Philadelphia -- which has the most vacant land per capita of any large U.S. city -- has begun a $295 million, five-year plan to raze abandoned houses, renovate buildings and clear vacant lots. City officials say they expect the Neighborhood Transformation Initiative to clear the way for private developers to revitalize blighted areas.

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