Northern Liberties is a historic manufacturing community located north of Center City . Bounded by Girard Avenue to the north, Callowhill Street to the south, the Delaware River to the east, and Sixth Street to the west, Northern Liberties boasts a 97 Walk Score. With public transportation available via the Market-Frankford Line, the neighborhood is a ripe location for young professionals, artists and new families. This local is known for a thriving culinary scene, with many restaurants populating Second Street’s shopping district. With a mix of historic rowhomes, new construction, and commissioned murals, Northern Liberties is a highly-desired location for those who enjoy city living and youthful vibes. An inheritance of obsolete industrial buildings left the neighborhood with a huge amount of unused land in the late 20th century. It had historic character, as one of the first suburbs of Philadelphia, and a strong housing stock. And when the revival of Center City began to take hold, “NoLIb” was just one more stop down the “El.” People love outdoor movie watching and enjoying an eclectic mix of live entertainment at the “Piazza” (a.k.a. The Schmidt’s Commons), dynamic public space that also hosts flea markets, fundraisers and Philly sports teams pep-rallies.
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