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CCD (Business Improvement District)

Paul R. Levy
President and CEO
Paul is the founding chief executive of the Center City District, serving in that capacity since January 1991. The CCD is a $22 million downtown management district, which provides security, cleaning, place marketing and planning services, as well as streetscape and park improvements for the central business district of Philadelphia.
Nancy Goldenberg
Vice President of Planning & Development
Executive Director, Center City District Foundation

As Vice President of Development, Planning and Research, Nancy oversees the planning and development of CCD’s public space improvements, directs research and transportation initiatives, and directs public and private development and philanthropic activities in collaboration with all organizational departments.

As Executive Director of the Center City District Foundation (CCDF), Nancy has general supervision and direction of the operations of this philanthropic affiliate of the Center City District. The CCDF is the charitable vehicle for initiating and supporting projects of the Center City District for the benefit of Philadelphia’s economic prosperity and quality of life.
Steven Bussey
Vice President of Parks and Streetscape Operations
Steve has overall management responsibility for the Center City District’s three parks - John F. Collins Park, Sister Cities Park, and Cret Park. In addition, he is responsible for oversight of Dilworth Plaza construction and the installation and maintenance of all CCD streetscape improvements - lighting, landscaping, and directional signs.
William P. Hughes Sr.
Vice President of Public Safety and Cleaning Operations

Bill oversees Public Safety initiatives, which include the Community Services Representatives Program, the Center City District’s Crime Prevention Services Program, and its on-street cleaning operations.
Anthony E. Pipitone
Vice President of Finance and Administration
Tony is responsible for the management of a $19.4 million plus operating budget and day-to- day operations for the CCD and affiliated organizations. He oversees financial reporting, human resources, insurance and legal issues, and is heavily involved in programming and long-term strategic planning for the organization.
Michelle Shannon
Vice President of Marketing and Communications
Michelle oversees all aspects of the Center City District’s marketing and communication programs, including print, television and radio promotions, website content and design, media communications, events, retail attraction and other marketing and promotional activities in support of the Center City District’s mission.

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