Architect Rafael Viñoly certainly made his mark on the City of Brotherly Love when the benchmark Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts opened in December 2001 on Philadelphia's Avenue of the Arts (AKA South Broad Street). This $265-million Regional Performing Arts Center (RPAC) project sits on an entire city block, a 2.3-acre lot at Broad and Spruce, and includes two major venues: Verizon Hall, the 2,500-seat home for the 100-year-old Philadelphia Orchestra, and the 650-seat Perelman ...

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