Here’s what the North Broad poles look like after $57K enhancements – Curbed Philly

The improved North Poles on North Broad Street have upgraded LED lighting. | Courtesy of Urban Engineers

The “North Poles,” as they’re called, have spent the past few months undergoing some tweaks and enhancements, long after the city first installed the 55-feet-tall masts in late 2016. The newly-formed community and economic development group North Broad Renaissance was tasked with hiring a contractor to install upgraded LED lights for the poles—the initial lights were too faint for the naked eye—and maintain general upkeep of the 2.5-mile art installation between Wood Street and Glenwood Avenue.

Source: Here’s what the North Broad poles look like after $57K enhancements – Curbed Philly

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