Philadelphia neighborhood map

Central Philadelphia is the most walkable district in any of America’s big cities. Thanks to the simple Roman grid that city founder William Penn laid out in 1682, everything you’d want to visit, buy or eat fits withina few square miles.

Generally, numbered streets go north/south and named streets go east/west. Two main streets, Market and Broad (where 14th would be) conveniently intersect at City Hall. Obsessive-compulsives like us can learn more at the University of Pennsylvania Library.

We believe that WHERE YOU LIVE  is just as important as how much you pay for it. We encourage people to find neighborhoods they love and communities they want to become involved in.  Prices can vary dramatically from block to block, but don’t worry; we know the peculiarities of the market.

 

 


Art Museum »»
Avenue of the Arts »»
Bella Vista »»
Brewerytown »»
Chestnut Hill »»
East Falls »»
Fishtown »»
Fitler Square »»
Grays Ferry »»
Graduate Hospital »»
Italian Market »»
Loft District »»
Logan Square »»
Manayunk »»
Mount Airy »»
Northern Liberties »»
Old City »»
Penn's Landing »»
Pennsport »»
Queen Village »»
Rittenhouse Square »»
Roxborough »»
Society Hill »»
South Philadelphia »»
University City »»
Washington Square West »»
DOG PARKS »»

 


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