This neighborhood just north of Logan Square was settled largely in the 1850s, and most of the large townhomes built during those early years of development survive to this day, forming elegant streetscapes that residents and visitors both find highly appealing. Spring Garden was once a hub for the city’s (then much smaller) Hispanic population, and a few remnants of that status survive, but the neighborhood today is largely populated by more recent arrivals to the city who found roomy homes at affordable prices. Those prices have risen since then, but one can still find attractive homes aplenty here, many with side yards, an unusual feature for Philadelphia row homes. Many of the businesses on its namesake street cater to Community College of Philadelphia students and faculty, and most of the commerce, including several very good restaurants, is found on the neighborhood’s edges.
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