During the past fifty years, the City of Brotherly Love has lost nearly a quarter of its population as many residents moved to nearby suburbs. That's left Philadelphia with, what is perhaps, the largest problem of urban vacant land in the country. WHYY's Julia Barton reports on what city officials and neighborhood residents are doing to attack the "urban blight."
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