Washington Square West

Philadelphia’s glorious Washington Square West neighborhood features a huge selection of luxury homes, townhouses and condos that are set within a scenic and vibrant community. It is very easy to fall in love with the historic charm of this Center City neighborhood.

About Washington Square West

Real estate in Washington Square West serves a variety of functions. There are luxury homes, town homes, condos, and apartments to live in. There is also a highly diversified blend of businesses from large medical complexes to small specialty stores. The area also abounds in places to enjoy a meal, a drink, or a chat over coffee. Take a look around Washington Square West, and you will find out why the real estate here is considered such a good buy. Boundaries: North/South: Locust Street/Lombard Street East/West: 8th Street/Broad Street School information: Residents of Washington Square West are zoned to the General George A. McCall School for grades K-8. Philadelphia School District Catchment Map: http://www.kidsincentercity.com/schools Washington Square West Civic Association: http://www.washwestcivic.org/

Real estate in Washington Square West serves a variety of functions. There are luxury homes, town homes, condos, and apartments to live in. There is also a highly diversified blend of businesses from large medical complexes to small specialty stores. The area also abounds in places to enjoy a meal, a drink, or a chat over coffee. Take a look around Washington Square West, and you will find out why the real estate here is considered such a good buy.

Boundaries: North/South: Locust Street/Lombard Street
East/West: 8th Street/Broad Street

School information: Residents of Washington Square West are zoned to the General George A. McCall School for grades K-8.

Philadelphia School District Catchment Map: http://www.kidsincentercity.com/schools

Washington Square West Civic Association:
http://www.washwestcivic.org/

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Washington Square West Lifestyle

Philadelphia’s glorious Washington Square West neighborhood features a huge selection of luxury homes, townhouses and condos that are set within a scenic and vibrant community. It is very easy to fall in love with the historic charm of this Center City neighborhood. With Washington Square Park as its cornerstone, the neighborhood offers fascinating attractions, a variety of dining options, famed shopping districts and an overall feeling of class, comfort and adventure.

Washington Square West is absolutely gorgeous with tree-lined streets and an abundance of green spaces. The picturesque landscape of Washington Square Park has enough history packed into it to fill several textbooks, all outlined by plaques and monuments scattered throughout the park.

Independence Park, home to historically significant Independence Hall, provides the area with enchanting scenery while serving as a monument to Philadelphia’s major contributions to the history of the nation. Locals have easy-access to Jeweler’s Row and Antiques Row, allowing them to explore these extraordinary and inspiring shopping destinations with ease.

While Washington Square West is renowned for its peaceful atmosphere, it maintains an exciting, fun and social nightlife scene with a selection of hip and classy bars, lounges, theaters and nightclubs. Washington Square West offers an extensive list of landmarks, attractions and exciting destinations while providing residents with an exclusive, private and sophisticated atmosphere. There is definitely a reason that Washington Square is one of Philadelphia’s most highly desirable locations.

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Population by Age Level. Median Age 34.5. Households: 6,773.

In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $65,424)

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Washington Square West Gaining in Popularity

Washington Square West is fast becoming one of the hippest places to live in the Philadelphia area. This section of real estate can be counted on to hold value and appreciate through the years. Whether you are in the market for a luxury home, townhouse, or condo, this district will be a good one to buy into.

This is an eclectic neighborhood with something to offer everyone. Living here means that you have convenient access to downtown. Many area residents enjoy walking to work downtown; it is that close by. There are a variety of units to choose from both among a number of nice rows of townhomes as well as taller towers filled with condos.

There is also an interesting mix of commerce throughout the district. There are several clusters of boutiques and restaurants. The region enjoys the distinction of housing the country’s oldest diamond district. It is now part of Jewelers Row that features numerous dealers and artisans dealing with fine jewelry and ornaments. There is also an Antique Row where many people enjoy browsing through treasures from the past. The district also is blessed with Washington Square itself which constitutes a lovely area of green space. Many luxury homes surround this park. It is considered to be one of the most exclusive sections of real estate in the city.

The northern boundary of Washington Square is Locust Street and Lombard Street is the southern edge. East to west, the district runs from 8th Street to Broad Street.

Washington Square West Schools & Education

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Education is provided by public, private and home schools. State governments set overall educational standards, often mandate standardized tests for K–12 public school systems and supervise, usually through a board of regents, state colleges, and universities. Funding comes from the state, local, and federal government. Private schools are generally free to determine their own curriculum and staffing policies, with voluntary accreditation available through independent regional accreditation authorities, although some state regulation can apply.

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