The culinary scene in Grays Ferry is continuously expanding, and the development of the nearby Point Breeze area has helped to expedite this growth. The independently owned restaurants and cafes feature a wide selection of cuisines and atmospheres, providing comfortable spaces for people from all walks of life to socialize with neighbors and engage with the community. Every establishment showcases a unique aspect of the down-to-earth, familial environment that is integral to Grays Ferry as the dining and nightlife scene flourishes alongside the area itself.
Grays Ferry is a promising, up-and-coming Philadelphia neighborhood that offers a reasonable cost of living that is both stress-free and convenient, with both available parking and easy access to public transportation. This community is diverse, youthful, and family-friendly, composed of close-knit and compassionate neighbors.
Recently restored homes and new construction projects brought about period of revitalization that has attracted quite a bit of attention from the rest of the city, and current residents take great pride in their neighborhood and its bright future. Grays Ferry offers an affordable opportunity for residents to live within a vibrant community that is constantly undergoing exciting developments and improvements.
Percentage change from latest quarter vs same time period previous year
Data compiled using 1st quarter 2020 data vs. same period from 2019
Population by Age Level. Median Age 33.71. Households: 5,936.
In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $26,300)
Population by Education Level
Fair Market Rents
This laid-back South Philadelphia neighborhood is located between Grays Ferry and Snyder Avenues, stretching from the Schuylkill River to 25th Street. This location conveniently provides access not only to the neighboring Point Breeze area, but Center City and University City as well. The community is friendly to both newcomers and families, providing a sense of unity to all of its citizens.
Major perks of the area include extremely easy access to public transportation and parking, and its affordability makes it even more alluring. The prevalence of local businesses adds yet another level of convenience. The area’s prime location and recent development projects have sparked the interest of investors, solidifying its place as one of Philadelphia’s rising neighborhoods.
Public & Private Institutions Of Learning
The School District of Philadelphia is the eighth largest school district in the nation, by enrollment. Located in a historic and culturally rich setting, Philadelphia is a racially and ethnically diverse community committed to education. The School District of Philadelphia operates 214 of the city's 300 public schools, including 149 elementary schools, 16 middle schools, and 49 high schools. The remaining 86 public schools are independently operated charter schools. Charter schools are authorized by the School District of Philadelphia, and are accountable to it.