Offering a cosmopolitan and urban lifestyle mixed with historical charm, Center City Philadelphia truly has it all.  Known for its exciting nightlife, world renowned restaurants, and an immense amount of art and culture, Center City Philadelphia has become a must visit destination on the East Coast.

Made up of a network of close-knit neighborhoods, Center City is centrally located to all destinations in and around Philadelphia.  Easily accessible public transportation and walkable streets make going off to work (or play!) easier than ever.

Main Line

The western suburbs of Philadelphia, commonly known as the “Main Line” offer the ease of city living with the charm of an established suburban landscape.  From the excellent restaurants, nightlife and shopping to the above par area golf courses, there is something for everyone here in the ‘burbs.

Located minutes from downtown Philadelphia, and easily accessible by both public transportation and car, the close proximity to the city is one of the many benefits to living on the Main Line.

Further adding to the appeal of the Main Line are the nationally ranked public school systems, prestigious private schools and universities, and the abundance of first class social and sporting activities and facilities available to the area’s residents.


Located in the heart of Philadelphia, Rittenhouse Square is thought of as one of the city’s premiere destinations. Often considered the perfect urban neighborhood, the square maintains its historic charm while beautifully intertwining contemporary architecture and amenities. Offering a serene getaway in the park itself, and a close proximity to some of the city’s most notable hotspots, restaurants and shopping. To further add to the neighborhoods charm, the historic  history his Easily accessible by car, foot and public transportation, Rittenhouse Square is centrally located, convenient to the city’s universities, hospitals, museums and nightlife.

Art Museum / Fairmount Park

The location name says it all…Situated in the northwest part of downtown Philadelphia, this alcove of the city is nestled between the renowned Fairmount Park, scenic Kelly Drive (also known as Boathouse Row), The Philadelphia Museum of Art and Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Known for its proximity to some of Philadelphia’s most popular attractions, this sophisticated neighborhood has much to offer.

Whether you want to explore some of Fairmount Park’s 8,900 acres of winding creeks, rustic and recreational trails,or  visit its early-American mansions, historic landmarks, outdoor sculptures or playing fields, Fairmount Park offers any outdoor enthusiast a getaway from everyday city living.

For those more interested in the arts and educational attractions, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Rodin Museum, the Franklin Institute, the Academy of Natural Sciences, the Mutter Museum, The Please Touch Museum for Children and the historic Boathouse Row are all steps away.

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