Wilmington

Wilmington, DE Featured in Conde Nast Traveler: The 23 Best Places to Go in the U.S. in 2023

Wilmington, Delaware has been recognized as one of Conde Nast Traveler’s 23 Best Places to Go in the U.S. in 2023 and several BPG properties were mentioned as reasons to […]

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Play Where You Live: April Newsletter

UPCOMING EVENTS! Celebrate the start of Spring at these Wilmington events! Downtown Visions Benchmark Survey 2022 Downtown Visions wants to hear from YOU! Provide feedback on dining, entertainment, […]

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Black-owned businesses in Wilmington, Delaware
Black-Owned Businesses in Wilmington, DE

The month of February dedicates its 28 days to honoring and celebrating African-Americans and their contributions to society. It's important to recognize today's activists, business owners, and educators […]

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Free Holiday Parking in Wilmington DE

The City of Wilmington’s holiday season parking meter policy will be in effect from Friday, November 27 through Saturday, January 2, 2021. To support holiday shopping during this period, from Noon to 6:00 p.m. each weekday, the City will not require payment at parking meters in the Downtown Business District (defined as the area bounded by 2nd Street to 12th Street, and by French Street to Washington Street) and in the Riverfront Business District. Official holidays such as Christmas Day (December 25) remain free all day. A two-hour parking limit will remain in effect, however. Exceptions to this temporary parking […]

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The Buccini/Pollin Group is Committed to the Multi-Family Residential Market in Wilmington DE

Despite the pandemic, BPG’s outlook remains positive as the company opens new apartment communities and plans to develop new units.  The Buccini/Pollin Group (BPG) remains committed to the […]

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Parking Enforcement to Resume in Wilmington

The City of Wilmington announced that parking enforcement, to include parking meters and other limited-time regulations, which was largely suspended in March, will resume on Monday, July 13 in the Downtown and Riverfront Districts. Parking Regulation Enforcement Officers (PREOs) will also continue issuing citations for other parking infractions such as blocking fire hydrants, intersections, and driveways. The Mayor said residents who live Downtown and have been parking in metered spaces during the enforcement suspension can temporarily park-off street for free thanks to the generosity of Jed Hatfield, President of Colonial Parking, Inc. Residents should contact Colonial Parking at 302-651-3600 for more information about parking […]

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