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Dickenson Square West: 

This sliver of land separating Pennsport from East Passyunk has only recently come into its own as an organized community. Its main attractions are its affordable housing stock, mostly rowhomes, and the park from which the local civic association takes its name, but its residents also enjoy convenient access to the attractions of the neighborhoods to its east and west, including “Two Street” in Pennsport, the Delaware riverfront, and the eclectic East Passyunk Avenue shopping and dining scene.

Hawthorne:

The public school that gave the neighborhood its name, Nathaniel Hawthorne, still stands, and its own journey from school to subsidized senior housing to market-rate condos mirrors its surrounding neighborhood’s transformation, which took off when a public housing project at its center was razed and replaced with a mixed-income rowhome development. That development includes an attractive park that joins its recreation center as a neighborhood focal point. The excitement of the Avenue of the Arts is at your doorstep here - it’s Hawthorne’s western border - and good dining abounds all around it. Townhomes and rowhomes dominate, but apartments and condominiums are also sprinkled about the neighborhood.

 

Newbold:

As neighborhood names go, Newbold is a relatively recent creation; for many years, this eastern portion of Point Breeze was undifferentiated from its western regions. That was before an enterprising tavern owner and a group of residents who had purchased homes in what was then a rundown area formed a civic improvement group named for a small side street in the neighborhood that had since been renamed. The Newbold Neighbors Association has been rewarded for its efforts with increased property values and popularity for the community’s stock of handsome traditional rowhomes as developers have augmented them with several imaginative new townhome projects.

 

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Listing information last updated on March 28th, 2017 at 9:18pm EDT.