Things To Do
Among our residents' favorite things to do: going out to eat at one of Philly's BYOBs, catching a show at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, a trip to the Philadelphia Art Museum, going to a Phillies/Flyers/Eagles game, or simply a bike ride along the Schyulkill River.
- Philly Fun Guide
- The Official City of Philadelphia Visitors Guide
- Avenue of the Arts
Housing, Affordability, and Where to Live
Philadelphia is a city of neighborhoods - most of our residents live in the Center City district (Fitler Square, Rittenhouse, Old City, and Graduate Hospital neighborhoods), as well as University City. However, many residents, especially those with families, live in the surrounding townships and boroughs
- Cost of Living comparison for major US cities
- Off Campus Housing
- Apartment Listings in Center City Philadephia (Map)
- Walkscore Philadelphia
- Mainline today (western boroughs)
Transportation & Travel
Philadelphia is ideally located between Boston, New York, and Washington DC, and is an easy train/bus/car ride to these and other cities. Transportation within Philadelphia is also easy, and many of our residents use public transportation for their daily commutes.