Why Renters Are Setting Their Sights on Brewerytown
Brewerytown has become something of a hot spot as of late thanks to a remarkable transformation that’s brought a slew of development (think: restaurants, retail and plenty of public art) to the locale. For a while, this meant many folks were waiting on the sidelines, watching Brewerytown evolve at breakneck pace. But now, those same people are clamoring to nab leases in one of the city’s most up-and-coming and highly accessible quarters.
The most talked about units to hit the market? Westrum Development’s 31 Brewerytown Luxury Apartments. The brand new construction features open floor plans, a vestibule with bike storage, gourmet kitchens, a full-size washer and dryer in every apartment (swoon!), balconies, and garages and parking available for lease. On top of that, the apartments — which range from a one bedroom, one bathroom to a two bedroom, one and a half bathroom — boast luxe finishes and amenities in every unit. They’re also pet-friendly.
The best part though, we’ll admit, is living in Brewerytown, which hosts a charming array of neighborhood hangouts, like bars, eateries and shops. Residents are also in surprisingly close walking distance to many Philly favorites along the Schuylkill River and Pennsylvania Avenue, which means: walking distance to Fairmount (yay, Whole Foods!) and the Schuylkill River Trail for weekend escapes.
And if you still need proof Brewerytown is about to be the new Fishtown (there, we said it), check out this drone footage, which depicts a perfectly autumnal Brewerytown. It’ll have you drooling over those balcony units in no time.
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