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Passyunk Square

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Passyunk Square encompasses the upper end of East Passyunk Avenue and the lower end ot the Italian Market. The two districts meet where 9th Street and Passyunk cross - the site of Philadelphia’s longest-running food fight, the battle for cheesesteak supremacy between Pat’s and Geno’s. More, and more varied, dining options can be found a few blocks down Passyunk around the “Singing Fountain” at Passyunk Square’s lower end; head up 9th and you will find a variety of inexpensive cafes run by immigr

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Total Listings: 56
Average Price: $323,805
Highest Listing Price: $2,199,000
Lowest Listing Price: $1,200

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Passyunk Square

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Passyunk Square encompasses the upper end of East Passyunk Avenue and the lower end ot the Italian Market. The two districts meet where 9th Street and Passyunk cross - the site of Philadelphia’s longest-running food fight, the battle for cheesesteak supremacy between Pat’s and Geno’s. More, and more varied, dining options can be found a few blocks down Passyunk around the “Singing Fountain” at Passyunk Square’s lower end; head up 9th and you will find a variety of inexpensive cafes run by immigrants from Mexico, France and East and Southeast Asia. Surrouiding all this are lovingly maintained older rowhomes interspersed with newer, larger, more luxurious developments.

East Passyunk Crossing: 

Together with Passyunk Square to its north, East Passyunk Crossing is the home of South Philadelphia’s Main Street, East Passyunk Avenue, an old-time neighborhood shopping district that’s been rejeuvenated by a rainbow of restaurateurs and shop owners who have followed Center City dwellers south in search of friendly neighborhoods with spacious yet affordable homes. Symbolic of the blend of old and new on “The Avenue” are two Italian restaurants at opposite ends: Marra’s, a classic red-gravy joint that’s a Philadelphia legend, just below Morris Street, and Le Virtu, the Abruzze restaurant that prides itself on using fresh, locally sourced ingredients, just off Broad Street above Snyder.

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Listing information last updated on May 25th, 2017 at 5:46pm EDT.