Things To Do
Among our residents' favorite things to do: going out to eat - particularly sunday brunch, 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.
- Cost of Living comparison for major US cities
- April 2011 Rental Rates
- Off Campus Housing
- Apartment Listings in Center City Philadephia (Map)
- Walkscore Philadelphia
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.