Most folks paying attention to the Philadelphia real estate market have heard of Brewerytown. With affordable housing and a great location, Brewerytown has been a great option for a while. There are still opportunities there for you.
Where is Brewerytown?
Brewerytown sits between the Schuylkill River's eastern bank and 25th Street, and Cecil B. Moore Avenue to the north, Parrish Street to the south. Unsurprisingly, the community is named for the abundance of breweries in the area a century ago. Those disappeared with prohibition and a changing beer economy, but new breweries are popping up, most notably Crime and Punishment Brewing Company on Girard.
There is a lot of new construction in Brewerytown.
As of this morning, there is 44 homes for sale in Brewerytown. About half of those home are new construction. I am a part of the Advance Philly team and we have a large presence in Brewerytown with nearly a dozen pending sales in the neighborhood and a number of great homes still available. Here are a few of the homes we have available today:
1401 N Corlies St; $450,000
1325 N Marston St Unit#1; $275,000
2245 W Thompson St Unit #A; $235,000
1420 N Myrtlewood St; $400,000
1248 N 25th St Unit#A; $310,000
844 N 29th St Unit#104; $340,000
1225 N Etting St; $375,000
We're not finished, yet.
We've identified 15 additional locations we're building in Brewerytown this year. No one else knows about these opportunities, yet. We're offering them to you.
What do I do?
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or text me at 215-738-5737. Visit me an open house this weekend. (I always post my open houses on the Insta.) Go the Art Museum or the Zoo. Take a walk on the Schuylkill River Trail. Grab a beer in the neighborhood. Brewerytown is a great place to be!