Graduate Hospital has been rated a Bicycle and Walker’s Paradise by WalkScore. This means it is one of the only neighborhoods in Philadelphia that combines quiet, safe home ownership with true urban living. You are close to everything (without a car); yet able to buy a beautiful single-family home of your own!
In 1963, when the Orlons came out with their hit song “South Street”, they were likely talking about the nightlife-heavy eastern stretch of from 10th to Front Streets. These days, South Street’s western side is one of Philadelphia’s hottest neighborhoods; offering a clean, safe and pedestrian-friendly community just steps to both Center City and University City’s vibrant medical district. Graduate Hospital offers residents a true double threat; with a variety of trendy restaurants, bars, cafes and shops; all in walking distance to homes on quiet, peaceful streets.
Graduate Hospital real estate has unique mix of both new construction and tastefully preserved single-family homes that meet a variety of tastes. Despite having the some of the city’s best rated neighborhood bars and gastro-pubs, it’s also a remarkably safe, kid-friendly place to push a stroller down its sidewalks; with family-friendly parks and places of worship as well. In addition to great bars and restaurants; Graduate Hospital also has immediate access to the Schuylkill River Trail; a beautiful 10-mile riverfront park with bike and jogging paths equipped with restrooms and fitness stations, where locals can stay active.
Graduate Hospital has been rated as one of the best neighborhoods in Philadelphia for bar-hoppers, Graduate Hospital’s pub roster is formidable; ranging from trendy gastropubs like Sidecar or the Grace Tavern to world famous dives like Bob & Barbara’s Lounge. In addition to great places to drink; Graduate Hospital also offers great restaurants that provide a less formal, yet more creative culinary alternative to the world-class dining of Rittenhouse Square, mere blocks away. Whether its breakfast at Honey’s, brunch at Miles Table, the culinary passport offered by dinner at My Thai, Los Camaradas, the Balkan Express.
Of course, one can’t be expected to go out every night, which is another reason Graduate Hospital is a great neighborhood to live in . Why? Because supermarkets, hardware stores, boutiques and craft shops are all in walking distance. In addition, Fitzwater Street Bagels and Randazzo’s Pizza would make anyone from Brooklyn jealous, and are living proof that Graduate Hospital has what it takes to make your belly happy whether you go out or stay in.
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