Technically, Washington Square West, this trendy neighborhood borders Society Hill to the East, Bella Vista to the South and Broad St./Rittenhouse to the west. Rich with history and a sense of the present, the center jewel is Washington Square Park. One of five original parks planned by William Penn, the 6+ acre greenspace is today bordered by restored Georgian townhouses happily co-existing with gleaming modern architecture.
Out and about you'll find lauded eateries like Talula's Garden for lunch, find your evening threads at Addiction Designer Consignment and P's & Q's. Then head over to the Gayborhood for cocktails at the legendary Woody's Bar and supper at Caribou Cafe. Among these historic streets you'll find Jeweler's Row and Philly's famed Antique Row, along Pine Street. A youthful, thriving neighborhood with plenty to see and experience, convenient to everything in Center City.
Homes in this neighborhood run the gamut from sleek, glass-wrapped condos at 500 Walnut to distinctive townhouses to stylish walk-up flats in styles ranging from bohemian to luxe. Your style? Yes, that too.
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