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Northern Liberties - Town vs. County Stats

Northern Liberties - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Northern Liberties: $434,100/Co. / County Avg $579,300

37%

Avg Taxes in Northern Liberties: $1,400/Co. / County. Avg $8,400

8%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Northern Liberties: 1,332/Co. / County Avg 1,654

40%

Avg Price per/ft2 in Northern Liberties: $326/Co. / County Avg $350

93%

Avg Walkscore in Northern Liberties: 94 / County Avg 85

55%

Avg Year Built in Northern Liberties: 1978/Co. / County Avg 1951

51%

Avg Days on Website in Northern Liberties: 140/Co. / County Avg 125

56%

Northern Liberties Real Estate Market Health

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This burgeoning vibrant & artistic urban landscape is growing by the minute. A magnet for design change & new construction, NoLibs is north of Spring garden & filled with hip restaurants, galleries & it’s pure energy in motion.

Northern Liberties has become a hub for a wide variety of Philadelphia residents, many of them young. Students, artists and entrepreneurs all flock to the area, which has enjoyed a massive development boom in recent years. Art galleries have appeared next to bars, restaurants, and new businesses, marking it as the place to find the newest trends and styles.

Northern Liberties popped into existence as an immigrant community, providing a place for thousands of German and Eastern European families seeking a new life in Philadelphia. As a result it was full of various industrial buildings such as tanneries, mills and chemical factories. For many early residents, who both lived and worked in the neighborhood, it was a tough existence. With the many condo and apartment buildings that have parked up between parks and stores, they would not even recognize the modern version of their home.

As Northern Liberties has developed, it has also grown. The label, and style, of the area has begun to overtake some of the surrounding districts, such as Kensington. This is less an invasion than a sharing of the wealth though, as the positive forces at work in the neighborhood revitalize an ever larger swath of the city.