1100 Noble St Philadelphia, PA 19123
Creative Class Paradise
Originally named after Hannah Callowhill Penn, William Penn’s second wife, Callowhill was formerly home to large-scale manufacturing and other industries, including both brewery and a circus. Today, the large factories once alive with work and business, have been transformed into luxurious lofts for both buyers and renters, in addition to studio spaces and businesses which line the streets.
While still very up and coming, many consider the Loft District a creative class paradise. Easy access to Center City, Fairmount, and Northern Liberties makes it a happy medium for anyone looking to commute. Many trendy restaurants and bars as well as music venues like Union Transfer, Underground Arts and PhilaMOCA have attracted local art and music lovers alike. Close to Temple University and the Broad Street Line, this neighborhood is ideal for just about anyone.
North/South: Spring Garden Street, Vine Street
East/West: 8th Street, Broad Street