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Will more young professionals ‘revitalize’ Wilmington?

A panel organized by the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce seeks to answer that question and more.

Wilmington's Market Street: The epicenter of a tech-driven renaissance? (Photo by Flickr user Paul Sableman, used under a Creative Commons license)

“It’s no secret the city’s viability depends on maintaining a vibrant downtown area,” reads the opening line of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce’s event listing for “Revitalizing Downtown Wilmington: How young professionals contribute to the equation.”
The Wednesday morning event focuses on plans to attract young professionals to the city. Wilmington Economic Development Director Jeff Flynn, will lead the discussion.

Join the conversation on October 7 as we learn how development projects on the horizon will cater to residents and professionals alike.

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The event starts at 8:00 a.m. at World Cafe Live at the Queen (500 N. Market St.). After the event, take a tour with the sponsors of this event: Buccini/Pollin Group will be showing off its new apartment complex, 608 MKT.

Companies: City of Wilmington / Buccini Pollin

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