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Month: August 2016

Navy Yard Neighbors

With over 1,200 acres, 12,000 employees, and 150 companies, the Philadelphia Naval Yards occupies 7.5 million square feet of modern real estate on the Delaware River (just 10 minutes from Southwark), and stands out as an international symbol of adaptive reuse, energy efficiency, and job opportunities.

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The District of Southwark

Rich in American history, the city of Philadelphia and original surrounding area have evolved over centuries in intriguing and exciting ways. Neighborhoods are born and changed over the course of many years, and Southwark is one such locale. Arguably the oldest English Settlement in Philadelphia, it was originally deemed the “District of Southwark” by the city General Assembly on May 14, 1762, with the intention of connecting disparate communities in the immediate area to collaboratively approach challenges, including urban planning and street building.

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Your Pass To East Passyunk

Sure, everyone knows about East Passyunk’s longstanding Cheesesteak Corner rivalry between Pat’s and Gino’s. But look past the undeniably luxurious combination of meat and cheese and bread, and you’ll soon discover that East Passyunk (pronounced “pash-yunk”) offers a smorgasbord of foodie delights—and all just minutes from your new Southwark on Reed address.

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