Located northeast of Center City bounded roughly by York Street to the north, East Laurel Street to the south, the Delaware River to the east, and Front Street to the west, Fishtown has recently been given the distinction of being “Philadelphia’s Hottest New Neighborhood” by Conde Nast Traveler magazine and by Forbes as well. This pocket of the city has seen an influx of young entrepreneurs, families, and artists of all kinds due to its surge in commercial and residential development. Fishtown’s 94 Walk Score means that the neighborhood’s shops, restaurants, beer gardens, and coffee houses are steps from your front door. Convenient public transportation into Center City is available through Septa’s Market-Frankford Line (two neighborhood “El” stops.) Fishtown’s exciting and very cool revitalization has made it one of Philadelphia’s most highly sought-after neighborhoods for real estate. Don’t miss standouts, Pizza Beddia, Frankford Hall and Johnny Brendas. Fishtown’s girth and ‘disconnected connectedness’ are the envy of every quirky American neighborhood trying to reinvent itself. So are the real estate stats. Oh, and two words for this neighborhood: Cake Life.
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