Philadelphia Apartment Guide

For $1,500 a month, you can live in one of the best neighborhoods in Philadelphia.

University City

The Schuylkill to 50th, Spring Garden to Baltimore Pike

The Space:
An old Victorian twin with lots of square footage but (sigh) one bathroom.

The Neighbors:
College kids, plus urban parents desperate to live in the Penn Alexander catchment.

The Perks:
Ample street parking, houses with front yards, the UPenn-subsidized Penn Alexander school.

The Drawbacks:
The college kids. And the commute to Center City.

For a Little More:
An old Victorian twin with lots of square footage, multiple bathrooms and some modern updates.

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