Top 5 Philadelphia Neighborhoods for Fun Professionals
Philadelphia is known as the The City of Neighborhoods. Each one is uniquely different in its feel and amenities, however ALL our within easy walking distance to our bustling downtown and each other. This is our Top 5 list for the top places to live in the Philadelphia’s most exclusive neighborhoods.
Dubbed the “Brooklyn of Philadelphia,” Northern Liberties, lovingly referred to as “NoLibs” by locals, is the hot new section of the city for young professionals. The neighborhood offers a plethora of housing opportunities, from chic lofts to cozy houses, as well as plenty of nightlife and dining options.
Close enough to Center City to get a taste of true city life, yet far enough away to make parking bearable, Queens Village offers the best of both worlds. This residential neighborhood features gorgeous turn-of-the-century architecture, tree-lined streets, and affordable housing opportunities. It is also home to the most sought after public elementary school in the city, Meredith Public School.
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Overlooking the beautiful and historic Rittenhouse Park, Rittenhouse Square is aluxurious little neighborhood located in the heart of the city. With plenty of access to shopping and dining choices, including world renown restaurant and high-end boutiques, Rittenhouse enables you to have everything Philly has to offer right at your fingertips.
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This neighborhood features many adorable, post Victorian houses and is a 20 minute walk from Center City. For all of you art lovers, you’ll have immediate access to the Philadelphia Museum of Art and other cultural venues. Fairmount Park, the largest city park in the country, is right in your backyard.
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Sandwiched in between hip South Street and historic Old City, Society Hill puts residents close to the action. However, the quiet streets offer a peaceful respite from the excitement of the city. Society Hill is home to the most expensive and historic homes in the City. It’s residents included a who’s who list of those from 1776 to today.