City Center Neighborhoods
Fitler Square is located just west of the Rittenhouse Square area and is named for it’s charming historic city park which is the heart of the neighborhood.
Just south of Rittenhouse Square and Fitler Square is the thriving Graduate Hospital neighborhood named for Graduate Hospital originally located at 17th and South. This neighborhood has shown amazing growth in the past 10 years.
This diverse neighborhood takes its name from the local universities, the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University. A perfect location for faculty and staff, physicians, students and graduate students who have chosen this neighborhood to call home. Many families have chosen to buy their homes here to be part of the Sadie Alexander Catchment area or to send their children to a UPenn partnership school. The School District of Philadelphia and Philadelphia Federation of Teachers have made a commitment to create an exemplary Pre-K thru 8th grade neighborhood public school.
Residents think of this neighborhood as a well-kept secret. This location is a quick trip to 30th Street Station and the entrance to the Schuylkill Expressway and the Vine Street Expressway to I-95, yet it maintains a residential pocket of charming blocks with townhomes, condominiums, and fabulous brand new construction.
Art Museum & Fairmount
This neighborhood is especially unique in its close proximity to beautiful Kelly Drive, Boathouse Row, Fairmount Park and the Schuylkill River Path great for biking and jogging.
Once an area of factories, warehouses and breweries this neighborhood was noticed by artists and ultimately developers who have turned these buildings into creative residences and have also added lots of new construction townhomes and condominiums. The new eateries and specialty shops followed creating an upbeat neighborhood with an interesting choice of living spaces.
Stroll the streets of the Old City neighborhood and feel the vibrancy, much like New York’s Soho District. Famous for loft condos carved from old factories unique residences are next to art galleries, original themed specialty shops and trendy eateries. Come upon the oldest street still in residential use in the country, Elfreth’s Alley.
This beautiful residential neighborhood features lovely tree lined streets with a wonderful mix of historic homes and contemporary homes along with elegant high rise condominiums. Dotted with charming green parks, historic sites and churches, and many wonderful restaurants, there is much to offer residents and visitors.
Located to the south of neighboring Society Hill this unique neighborhood blends into nearby Bella Vista. Enjoy walking to the Italian Market, a wonderful old fashioned outdoor food market. Shop for fresh produce, meats, cheeses and hard to find goodies.
There are terrific restaurants that have been there for decades or choose one of the innovative newcomers. Stroll the “funky and famous” South Street, picking up a special flavored water ice at nearby John's or a famous South Philly cheese steak at Pat's, Jim's or Genos!
Located a few blocks west of Society Hill, this neighborhood is named for historic Washington Square, which is one of the five original open-space parks planned by William Penn during the late 17th century.
Choose to live in an historic townhome or fabulous new high rise condominium. Search for treasures in the antique shops on Pine Street, walk to the theater, and eat indoors or outdoors at great restaurants.
Avenue Of The Arts
Choose a lovely high rise condominium on and around this thriving street. Walk to the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, the Academy of Music, the Suzanne Roberts Theatre, the Wilma Theatre and more! Just a few blocks away you can catch a show at the Forest or Walnut Street Theatres and drop into one of the many fantastic restaurants this neighborhood has to offer. And don’t miss enjoying your ringside seat to the famous Philadelphia Mummers Parade on New Year’s Day!