In the South Philly Area in 19145 zip code in 2010, through the month of August, there were 652 residential units listed for sale so far with an average listing price of $148,908. 263 units have gone pending (under contract) in 2010 and 256 have settled. Total sales volume in 19145 is $34,865,357, with an average sales price of $141,729. The average days on the market are 90. Currently there are 385 homes in inventory. There is an average of 33 sales per month in 19145, which means there is a 11 month supply of homes (inventory accumulation) on the market if no other homes are listed for sale.
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South Philadelphia is the district in Philadelphia encompassing South Street to the north, the Delaware River to the east and south, and the Schuylkill River to the west. Moyamensing, Point Breeze, Pennsport, Southwark, Grays Ferry, Passyunk Square, and Bella Vista are a few of the neighborhoods located within South Philly. Residents are largely those who have lived in the area for generations, and you can find large populations of Italian and Irish Americans. This diverse neighborhood has areas that are commercial, like Columbus Avenue, and residential like Pennsport.
- Cantina Los Caballitos
- Tony Luke’s
- Jamaican Jerk Hut
- Fluid Night Club
- Jim’s Steaks
- Melrose Diner
- Nick’s Old Original
- South Philadelphia Tap Room
- South Philadelphia High School
- Furness High School
- St. Thomas Aquinas School
- St. Monica Roman Catholic School
Condo sales in Philadelphia nearly doubled from the first quarter of this year to the second, and the numbers were better than at any time since the housing downturn began here in August 2007, according to .
Data from the Recorder of Deeds Office analyzed by Econsult Corp. vice president Kevin Gillen show that 604 condo sales closed citywide between April 1 and June 30. Of those, 477 units sold for less than $500,000, the analysis shows.
More than 200 separate condo locations were recorded, including some in Northeast Philadelphia, South Philadelphia, and East Falls, according to Gillen’s analysis. The majority were in Center City and adjacent neighborhoods.