Recently I was thinking about the Brewerytown real estate market and the major changes that the neighborhood has seen lately. Brewerytown was once Philadelphia’s next hot spot, but the recession had significantly slowed any sort of residential or commercial growth. But major changes are still happening, and Brewerytown real estate have seen many significant improvements.
Located north of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the former home of over 25 breweries is now home to brand new construction projects(both residential and commercial). Many historic breweries and factories have been converted into luxury condominiums, and Girard Avenue has seen an influx of new businesses and establishments. For instance, Marathon Grill, a Philadelphia chain with several restaurants in Center City, recently opened a farm in Brewerytown. The urban farm will be producing fresh produce for the Marathon Grill restaurants, and selling fresh produce as well.
Besides the major changes happening in Brewerytown real estate, the neighborhood has remained popular thanks to its location adjacent to Fairmount Park and easy access to Center City. Click on the link to see Available Brewertown Real Estate.