• Who We Are

    The Central Delaware Advocacy Group is a volunteer based, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization composed of a coalition of civic and nonprofit organizations. CDAG is committed to advancing implementation of Philadelphia’s Civic Vision for the Central Delaware, using the Action Plan for the Central Delaware as a ten-year strategy to achieve a world-class riverfront.

    CDAG works with other stakeholders for waterfront development that ensures public access to the river, builds on economic assets and connects the city to the river. Our board represents both residents and businesses that inhabit the 7-mile Central Delaware riverfront area from Allegheny Avenue to Oregon Avenue, and citizens of the larger region. This powerful civic voice is informed and amplified by the professional expertise of our dedicated nonprofit partners.

Weekly Update March 2-9

Planning Commission adopts Central Delaware Master Plan

 In an unanimous decision, the Philadelphia Planning Commission adopted the Master Plan for the Central Delaware Waterfront.  The Plan  seeks to reunite the city and the waterfront with linked parks and city streets.  “We’re thrilled,” said Matt Ruben, chairman of the Central Delaware Advocacy Group.  Adopted plans must be considered by any city governing body making a decision on the waterfront.

See:  http://planphilly.com/planning-commission-adopts-central-delaware-master-plan

Master Plan for the Central Delaware receives prestigious award from the American Institute of Architects

The Master Plan for the Central Delaware is a 2012 recipient of the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Honor Award, the profession’s highest recognition of work that demonstrates excellence in architecture and urban design. Selected from over 700 total submissions, 27 recipients from around the world will be honored at the AIA 2012 National Convention and Design Exposition in Washington, D.C. on May 18.



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