Guides

  • Avenue of the Arts

    The Avenue of the Arts area is named for Broad Street—The Avenue of the Arts. The arts and cultural epicenter of Philadelphia is home to more than fifty of the…

  • Center City

    The urban pulse of Philadelphia, Center City is a special place to buy or sell a home.  Live nearby the historic City Hall or steps from the modern Comcast Center. …

  • Fishtown

    The Philly neighborhood called Fishtown is roughly defined as the area between the Delaware River, Frankford Ave. and York St. (though not quite that simple) and is directly Northeast of…

  • Fitler Square

    Fitler Square is an attractive, quiet, upscale neighborhood located to the southwest of Rittenhouse Square. The half-acre park for which the area is named sits four blocks east of the…

  • Logan Square

    Named for Logan Circle, with its famed Swann Memorial Fountain encircled by the Natural Academy of the Sciences, The Franklin Institute, The Four Seasons hotel, the Basilica of Sts. Peter…

  • Society Hill

    A charming neighborhood full of original 18th and early 19th century architecture – a mix of stunning brick rowhomes in Federal and Georgian style and high-rise luxury buildings bordered by…

  • Washington Square West

    Broad Street to the west, 8th Street to the east, Chestnut Street to the north and South Street to the south, roughly bordering Washington Square, Bella Vista, and Society Hill. …

  • Rittenhouse Square

    One of William Penn’s original five squares in Philadelphia, Rittenhouse Square is a vibrant, five-star neighborhood that thrives around the picturesque urban park located at Walnut Street between 18th and…

  • Bella Vista

    Bella Vista is a small, friendly neighborhood just south of Wash West, defined as South Street to the north, Washington Avenue to the south, 6th Street on the east and…

  • Queen Village

    A neighborhood just to the south of Society Hill, Queen Village is roughly defined as South Street to the north, Washington Ave. to the south, Delaware Avenue to the east…

  • University City

    Right across the Schuylkill is University City. Easily accessible to Center City by foot, car, or public transport. With many eclectic neighborhoods, great restaurants, coffee and specialty shops, and Clark…

  • Northern Liberties

    A funky, hip residential neighborhood, Northern Liberties is located north of Old City and is bordered by Girard Avenue to the north, Callowhill Street to the south, 6th Street to…

  • Old City

    As the name implies, this is the oldest neighborhood in the City of Philadelphia and was founded by William Penn in 1681.  Home to Independence Hall, where the Founding Fathers…

  • Art Museum

    The Art Museum Area is situated just Northwest of Center City, and is comprised of Fairmount, Spring Garden, Brewerytown, Franklintown, and Francisville.  Named for the hill upon which the Philadelphia…