By Kelly Bucci
Friday, August 10, 2018
Skip the Jersey shore and head to this 1,500-square-foot man-made beach on North Broad Street instead for two weekends in August…
Enjoy relaxing on a sandy beach without the two-hour drive to the shore at The Beach on North Broad, a pop-up attraction that transforms the front lawn of Leon H. Sullivan Human Services Center into a 1,500-square-foot beach.
The pop-up paradise, located on North Broad and Master streets, is free to visit and open to the public for two weekends in August, debuting during Philly Free Streets on Saturday.
Community development non-profit the North Broad Renaissance partnered with real estate development company The Goldenberg Group to create this summer installation that’s fun for all ages.