This is the true heart of the city, prominently known for City Hall and Broad Street’s vast array of artistic venues. Performing arts venues such as the Kimmel Center, Merriam Theater, and the Academy of Music have helped nurture this area, rich in cultural diversity. The University of the Arts fosters the creativity of Philadelphia’s youth. Some of the finest hotels, shopping, and restaurants do their part to raise the pulse of this thriving neighborhood. In addition to being a terrific place to live, this section of the City had an economic impact of over $795 Million in 2015 alone (reported by the Cultural Data Project). For a closer peek at what AOA has to offer, visit www.avenueofthearts.org/experience.
From high-rise condominiums offering top-notch amenities to brownstones rich in architectural style and detail, there is something for even the most discerning home buyer.
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