Logan Square

Luxury High Rises and Corporate Office Buildings in Center City
Corporate offices and historic buildings, including City Hall, span across Logan Square. While this neighborhood is a corporate hub, its wide streets also attract city events such as the Philadelphia Marathon or Fourth of July concert.
Median rents in Logan Square
Studio
$
1,450
1 Bedroom
$
1,900
2 Bedroom
$
2,750

Living in
Logan Square

Great Location
Plenty of Restaurants and Bars
Safe
Clean
Schuylkill River Trail
Trolley
Walkable
Close to Campuses
Grocery Stores
Logan Square — 8.5/10 Rating (based on 128 neighborhood reviews)
Loved the neighborhood. Paying for monthly parking in a nearby garage was not outrageously expensive, was close to center city for fun and errand-running, Target and Whole Foods nearby made for easy groceries when I didn’t want to leave the city. Sabrina’s Cafe is nearby, which is super delicious. BSL was about an 8 minute walk to either Spring Garden or Race-Vine, depending on if I was going north or south. Great area for walking around and getting out of your apartment.
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The Lofts at Logan View
The apartment is technically between Logan Square and Rittenhouse Square. We live right above Trader Joe's, which makes grocery shopping a breeze. We spend a lot of time walking around Rittenhouse Square and Rittenhouse neighborhood to pick up groceries, drink coffee, and generally hang out with each other and friends. The river walk is a short walk away, and the Museum District is within walking distance. Back when I was going to school regularly, the Septa trolley stop is conveniently right in front of our apartment and the 30th Street Station is a 10 minute walk away. While the amenities leave some things to be desired and we pay a premium for our location, it is a great place to live especially for newcomers to Philadelphia who want to be next to all the action.
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2121 Market Street
Unless you mind the noise of cars in the street below, you will not have any issues. Given that is center city there are many people experiencing homelessness so if that is a deal breaker I recommend other neighborhoods. The upside is being 5-10 minutes distance from all the fun, restaurants, activities, nightlife, etc.. that you will ever need.
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8
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The Sterling Apartments
Super close to Whole Foods and Trader Joes, and I love the walk along the parkway. It's close to various museums which is great! Overall the neighborhood is pretty residential, but there are coffee shops and to-go restaurants that are easy to access.
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10
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2100 Parkway
The neighborhood is a little more commercial but only a minute away from everything wonderful in rittenhouse. But it feels very safe at all times because it’s on a major street.
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1919 Market
Solid neighborhood, some homeless around, not many restaurants nearby unless you walk 5-10 minutes to Rittenhouse Square area.
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8
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2040 Market Apartments
Love the neighborhood! Easy walking access to campus and all Rittenhouse Square centered activities.
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8
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2040 Market Apartments
Neighborhood is good, close to Rittenhouse. A little more commercial, less residential than ideal.
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8
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The Sterling Apartments
Best part about living in Rittenhouse at 1919 Market is that the Park is right there AND you're in District 6 for parking, which means it's relatively easy to find a spot (I've never had a problem and I've come home from NYC at all hours of the day and night throughout the past year or so).
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1919 Market
Not as noisy as right next to Rittenhouse, but still close to everything.
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2040 Market Apartments
Very corporate and not as charming as potentially closer to Rittenhouse
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8
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1919 Market
Very close to Rittenhouse and everything you might need
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1919 Market
Area is fine. It’s right above Trader Joe’s, which is super convenient. Market Street is meh though. But it’s super easy to get anywhere in the city.
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8
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2121 Market Street
Such a perfect place to live! Close to everything but still residential. Lots of nearby restaurants, museums, places to walk/bike etc.
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Westminster Arch
It's more of a commercial neighborhood (Comcast, Four Seasons are here), but it's walkable to Trader Joe's, Fine Wine & Spirits, and Old Nelson (deli and mini-grocery store). Still very close to Rittenhouse.
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8
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1900 Arch Street
Nice and safe neighborhood. Equidistant to University City, Center City, and Art Museums.
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Westminster Arch
Nice and quite neighborhood, less homeless people, no strange smell from the street but don't have as much good restaurants, definitely a bit of distance from Rittenhouse square
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7
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The Lofts at 1835 Arch Street
Fairly close to the shopping areas on Walnut and Chestnut. Easy access to Huntsman and Penn via the trolley
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7
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The Lofts at 1835 Arch Street
Very convenient area - lots of shops and restaurants nearby. Also Trader Joes is here which is great.
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9
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2040 Market Apartments
Great neighborhood. Very safe. Lots of businesses around, so it feels very commercial.
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10
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The Sterling Apartments
Lots going on, not too far from the law school. Can be a bit noisy sometimes.
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8
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The Sterling Apartments
Great location. Close to septa, restaurants, and Rittenhouse Square.
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6
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2040 Market Apartments
Super safe- babies in strollers- joggers everywhere.
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Park Towne Place Premier
Logan Square is top tier and has been ranked the nicest neighborhood in Philly. You are in walking distance to two grocery stores (Trader Joe's and Whole Foods) and can go anywhere in center city in under 20 minutes walking. Walking from here to Annenberg takes approximately 30 minutes. Biking takes 10.
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8
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2100 Parkway Apartments
It's not Rittenhouse, but it's not as pricey; it's not Washington, so it's not as oddly out of the way; and it's not Franklin, thank God. Logan is lots of families, a handful of schools, some great museums, a scattering of acceptable restaurants, a Whole Foods, an excellent running trail, and some of the most accessible transit options are found on Market as soon as you cross the river. Once you're off that, it's fairly quiet, and the parkway quiets down once commuting is over (unless, of course, a world-class concert or festival is taking place, and is that really that much of a problem?) and the walk from Logan into Center City is a breeze.
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2121 Market Street
Pros: Culturally rich place - near the museum district; 15-30 min walk will take you everywhere - Old City, Chinatown, South St., University City, etc. (Well perhaps that's true for everywhere east of Schuylkill) Work, Play, and Shop within walkable distance - really, no need for a car. (if you need one, car/bikeshare is everywhere here.)

Cons: JFK and Market st. can be quite noisy with cars and fire engines from the nearby fire dept - some people may have difficulties sleeping at night due to that.
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The Sterling Apartments
It's a business district so it's dead at night, but it's a a 5-10 minute walk to Rittenhouse square so it doesn't make much of a difference. Its also a 5 minute walk from Trader Joe's.
Getting to 2401 is a little bit of a pain. Taking the trolley to campus is great.
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The Sterling Apartments
I love living in Logan Square area. It is quieter than Center City and University City with easy access to tons of great areas in Philadelphia (Center City, University City, Fairmount, the Schuylkill river trail).
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Edgewater
Normally just walk to Rittenhouse...
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1900 Arch Street
Center City is where most residents live. It is easy to get to the hospitals but also close to restaurants, bars, museums, and entertainment. It's easy to get around by walking or with public transit.
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2121 Market Street
This location is convenient for the SEPTA trolley which gets to Campus in 10 minutes; and near the Trader Joe's grocery store. The SEPTA also goes to the Airport in 20 minutes.
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The Sterling Apartments
1900 Arch is located between Logan Square & Rittenhouse Square - it is a very short walk to each. It is very safe and a close walk to both Trader Joes and Whole Foods.
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1900 Arch Street
Great neighborhood with great bars and restaurants. Walking distance to Callowhill and Wholefoods on one side, and Center City on the other. Not too loud at night.
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8
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Apartments at The Windsor
It’s okay, we’re close to a lot of shops and school.
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6
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Stiles Hall
It's great, but a little busy with the new comcast center being built during the day. Don't really hear that many noises inside your apartment though
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9
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The Lofts at 1835 Arch Street
Great neighborhood. Close to the commercial area and to transportation. Minutes from Rittenhouse square and easy to find delicious food .
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7
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2040 Market Apartments
Very downtown feel which has positives and negatives. I like it because there are lots of good places around to buy necessities.
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1919 Market
Nice neighborhood, quick walk to Rittenhouse and easy access to Penn campus via the SEPTA trolley stop right below the building
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1919 Market
Not close to many Wharton events or the bars students commonly go to, but it's nice living outside of the Rittenhouse bubble
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8
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Park Towne Place Premier
I really like how residential and quiet the neighborhood is. The area is very safe and lots of students live around here.
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Park Towne Place Premier
Area is located close to all amenities and in walking distance to ART district parks and great restaurants and bars
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Franklin Tower
Near fire department so can be loud. Area is mostly commercial so not a lot of dining/social immediately near by
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8
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1919 Market
Great area to live. Close to transportation, nightlife, and campus. Only downside is that it's a busier area.
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9
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The Sterling Apartments
Good location, not exactly in Rittenhouse, but very close. Super close to the trolley which is AWESOME.
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The Sterling Apartments
Love it!
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2121 Market Street
Originally was concerned it'd be too far from the "Rittenhouse Bubble" - in reality only 2 blocks away from great restaurant / bar scene. That 2 blocks provides a quieter atmosphere while still providing anything we need at our fingertips (convience store/deli, cleaners, nail salon, all in the building).
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The Sterling Apartments
Best neighborhood in Philly! Has everything you need - restaurants, bars, shopping, grocery, etc.
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2040 Market Apartments
Being a block further south would be the main improvement - Market can be loud at night
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1919 Market
Love Rittenhouse, though it is more expensive than other places in Philly
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2040 Market Apartments
Except construction (due early 2018), quite and safe area.
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1900 Arch Street
Great location for convenience - along the river, smack between Trader Joe's and Whole Foods (7-8 min walk to each). About 30 min walk to hospital or 10 min bike ride. Quiet neighborhood, not too many bars or restaurants nearby.
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Edgewater
It's not a bad neighborhood, but it can get deserted. It's a pretty corporate area. Coffee shops are closed on the weekend, that kind of thing. It's close enough to other neighborhoods though, so you don't feel super isolated.
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1900 Arch Street
Very safe - neighborhood feel. Lots of families around, cute row-homes. Very close to the River Trail, which makes biking and running a breeze. About 7-10 minute walk to the trolley; about 20 min walk to Drexel.
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Edgewater
The location of Logan square is great to be close to transportation. It is quite on the weekend since all the business people aren't there but there is always something going on within walking distance.
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The Sterling Apartments
Very safe
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Franklin Tower Residences
Art Museum 2 minutes away, Rodin Museum 2 minutes away, very nice and green boulevard outside, Whole Foods 2 minutes away, Trader Joe's 7-minute walk, very close to the running trail to the parks.
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8
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Park Towne Place Premier
Very close to everything. Market street at night is sketchy but the entrance is not on the Market street so I always go back home from chestnut street side.
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2040 Market Apartments
Not a bad area, though it's so-so late at night. But... it is getting a lot better with the restaurants and CVS below.
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1919 Market
Far from school, but close enough to Rittenhouse.

Outside of Wharton bubble.
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1900 Arch Street
The best place to live in Philadelphia!
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2040 Market Apartments
It's located on Market St close to Rittenhouse
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1919 Market
Great location for Wharton MBAs
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1919 Market
Great neighborhood, where all MBAs live.
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2040 Market Apartments
Pros-groceries, bars, restaurants
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9
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The Murano
The apartment is technically between Logan Square and Rittenhouse Square. We live right above Trader Joe's, which makes grocery shopping a breeze. We spend a lot of time walking around Rittenhouse Square and Rittenhouse neighborhood to pick up groceries, drink coffee, and generally hang out with each other and friends. The river walk is a short walk away, and the Museum District is within walking distance. Back when I was going to school regularly, the Septa trolley stop is conveniently right in front of our apartment and the 30th Street Station is a 10 minute walk away. While the amenities leave some things to be desired and we pay a premium for our location, it is a great place to live especially for newcomers to Philadelphia who want to be next to all the action.
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2121 Market Street
The apartment is right next to City Hall surrounded by the cultural hub of Philadelphia. There is always a lot to do and often plenty of events going on. The Christmas Village is always a big hit every year as are the concerts that take place in Love Park. It is a very walkable area and honestly may be harder to drive a car around the busy streets right around City Hall. You are less than 5 minutes from convenience stores, a Trader Joes, several different Starbucks and other coffee shops, and more!
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The Metropolitan
Location is fabulous, although there could be more grocery stores in the neighborhood itself. Based on my experience with the Citizen app, crime seems to be low in this neighborhood. However, it is near other areas of Philly that have much higher crime rates (e.g. Market Street).
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Apartments at The Windsor
Close to tons of great places to eat/drink, shop, etc. Walking distance to anything in Center City/Callowhill/Art Museum areas.
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Franklin Tower Residences
Quick walk to Rittenhouse Square and lots of restaurants and shops in the area. 10-minute walk to the train station. The walk to school is about 25 minutes. Feels relatively safe, but I didn't walk around much in the evenings so can't really say
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The Sterling Apartments
Very close to Rittenhouse Square. Can feel unsafe at times on Market Street. Market Street can also be noisy.
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1919 Market
Where we live is more of a busy street but it's within 5 mins walk to several other wonderful neighborhoods and tons of restaurants. It's close to Rittenhouse which has a really nice park, as well as the downtown area with more restaurants. It's also close to the Schuylkill running path, and only a 10 min walk to the Amtrak train station.
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1919 Market
The neighborhood is perfect. Living above a Trader Joe's definitely has its perks. Everything is walkable from my apartment, so restaurants and bars are close by. I always feel safe no matter where I am walking near my apartment. I don't know if I will move during my entire law school experience.
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2121 Market Street
Great neighborhood with access to tons of stores, restaurants, bars, etc!
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The Metropolitan
Target, CVS, Trader Joe's all very close; Rittenhouse square is nearby; 22nd Street trolley stop is very close; lots of friends live nearby and within easy walking distance
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2040 Market Apartments
I spend more time in Rittenhouse than Logan, but both are nice!!
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2121 Market Street
It is a great location. The law school is a 15 minute walk. Most of Center City is also within a 20 minute radius. A lot of other law students live nearby.
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2040 Market Apartments
Lots of great bars and restaurants in the area. One of the safest and nicest areas in Philly. There are generally lots of people walking around.
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2121 Market Street
The neighborhood is great, it is just a little far form rittenhouse square (but definitely walkable). To go to school you have to take a trolley or bike. There is a free shuttle in the building but you have to plan better.
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The Sterling Apartments
I've been happy -- JFK Blvd. is loud and it's relatively corporate feeling, but close to cuter neighborhoods!
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The Sterling Apartments
I'm actually on the edge of Logan Square and ~Rittenhouse, City Hall--not really a distinct neighborhood itself and is most commercial, but very accessible to pretty much everywhere.
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The Arch
I've felt relatively safe walking everywhere. There are a few areas that are less safe on the walk to University City.
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2121 Market Street
Near Rittenhouse but not in the most beautiful location. Convenient to trolley, Amtrak and Trader Joe's.
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2040 Market Apartments
I live in Rittenhouse just because everyone else does. It has nice green space, good restaurants, and it's decently positioned relative to campus. I do think I'd rather live closer to campus, though, if other students would move there, too, just to have a shorter commute. Also because Rittenhouse is expensive, so it would be nice to pay less.
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2121 Market Street
convenient to restaurants, groceries, shops, and multiple museums and attractions
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1900 Arch Street
Fantastic neighborhood. Close to hospital, has everything you want and more.
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1919 Market
Close enough to everything, but not really the BEST spot in the city. Not much interesting action, but you can walk (mostly) wherever you need to go, including Penn.
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The Sterling Apartments
lots of office buildings nearby so not very residential feeling, but is a short walk to museums, Rittenhouse, restaurants, nightlife.
close to city hall and 30th street station, accessible by buses, trolley, and close to MFL
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The Sterling Apartments
There's a Rite-Aid in the building, a Trader Joe's within 5 minutes' walking distance, and a Whole Foods within 15 minutes' walking distance. There's construction going on across the street, which makes it hard for Uber and cab drivers to find the building sometimes, but that should end by next year (2017). It's close to public transportation and many of the city's office buildings, though there's no Market-Frankford line stop nearby.
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1900 Arch Street
Close to both University City and Center City campuses for Drexel. Subway and SEPTA bus stops, plus Drexel bus and the PHLASH (tourist bus). LOTS of construction at the moment, which is irritating at times. Logan Fountain is the place to be during the summer. Short walk to Trader Joe's during the winter when you're snowed in. Also able to walk to Reading Terminal Market (20 minutes), Chinatown (25 minutes), Old City and Penn's Landing (30-40 minutes). Honestly, I love the location and I love all the museums. I spend most of my time at them because I love them and they're so close. Millions of places to eat.
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1900 Arch Street
The neighborhood is good and it's convenient to walk places from here. However, since the fire station is down the street on Market St, we frequently hear loud sirens at all hours.
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1919 Market
Mostly corporate area with several fast casual options. Very close to Whole Foods in Fairmont, Schuykill River Trail, and 30th St train station which are a huge bonus. Get's quiet at night but does not feel unsafe!
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The Sterling Apartments
Great location, but loud
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2121 Market Street
Love the neighborhood
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1919 Market
Logan Square is full of some of the cities most beautiful sites - Swann fountain, the Barnes Museum, City Hall. It's one of the best parts of the city to go for a walk and take in the scenery.
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The Phoenix
I think Logan Square is a good compromise for Center City-- easy access to the museums, close to Rittenhouse, close to Reading Terminal Market, lots of restaurants nearby.
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1701 Arch
With a lot of Wharton students living in this area, Logan Square's neighborhood is the best area for me to mingle with my classmates. It feels safe and convenient.
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1919 Market
Logan Square is a great neighborhood. It is very close to the bars in Center City, but has a more secluded feel than something like Rittenhouse or Old City.
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Park Towne Place Premier
+ Proximity to city centre
+ Trader's Joe
+ Armoury for Pub
+ Close to 2401
+ Close to 30th St Station
+ Trolley (<10 mins to campus)
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2121 Market Street
Easy to get places, very close to 22nd st Trolley and Trader Joe's, Above wine and liquor store, around the corner from a ton of great restaurants
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2040 Market Apartments
Right next to Market street and Trader Joe's, and also 5 min walk to Rittenhouse. Also right next to 22nd St SEPTA trolley station.
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2040 Market Apartments
Great neighborhood with a lot of restaurants and bars for entertainment. Close to great shopping and a safe location to explore.
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2040 Market Apartments
Rittenhouse Square is close to transportation, lively, convenient and the place to be! Fantastic restaurants, art and parks.
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1919 Market
Great neighborhood but a little far from center city/Rittenhouse. Great if you have a significant other, children, or pets
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Edgewater
If downtown is your jam, then this place is great. If not, it's terrible. Also, it's about a 20 minute bike ride to JMEC.
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1900 Arch
Very safe, smack dead in the middle of the financial district, 3 minute walk to Rittenhouse Square. Great location.
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The Sterling Apartments
Great access to pretty much everything you could need. Not exactly within Rittenhouse Square, but close enough!
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2040 Market Apartments
I’m close to the trail, the museums, trendy restaurants, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s. Friendly neighborhood.
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2201 Cherry
So many restaurants to try! Prime location- 1 block from Trader Joe's and right above a liquor store.
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2040 Market Apartments
The building is right between Logan Square and Rittenhouse. It is right on Market Street, which is a
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2040 Market Apartments
I live at 21 and market, which is a few blocks north of Rittenhouse but I would classify my neighborhood more as Rittenhouse than as Logan Square. Live next to the Trader Joe's ad 3 blocks from Whole Foods. Tons of restaurants/coffee shops within easy walking distance as well as a 7/11, CVS, and Rite Aid.
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The Murano
Very safe! Close to TJs. Whole Foods not that far either. Lots of museums in the area too.
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1900 Arch Street
A bit north of the beaten path for Wharton, but it's actually only a 5 minute walk from Rittenhouse park. Really convenient for going to / from pub on Thursdays. Food options are not fantastic within a 2 block radius, but you have easy access to all the north-of-Rittenhouse options.
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The Sterling Apartments
5 min to suburban station. Our dregon shuttle is on the corner
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Franklin Tower Residences
I need to travel outside of city daily for work so proximity to a SEPTA station was a crucual factor in deciding to stay here. Suburban station is just a 10-15 min walk from here. We have a Whole Foods nearby as well and lots of pubs for the weekends.
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One Franklin Town
Location is great with lot of people living around. It's a very vivid region.
Minor issues are: fire trucks drive by very often with sirens on and as in most center city, you'll often cross ways with beggars and drunk people.
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2040 Market Apartments
Walkable/bike-able area, restaurants & bars nearby, short walk to work/stores in Center City, garage across the street at an excellent monthly rate (compared to other options.) Three blocks to the main library.
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One Franklin Town
Safe- not much activity after normal working hours (in a good way!)

Construction noise from Comcast center is atrocious.

Nearest grocery stores-WF and Trader Joes each only a few blocks away.
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1900 Arch Street
Super close to Rittenhouse
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2040 Market Apartments
Close to all the other Wharton students
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2040 Market Apartments
I think the Murano's location is unbeatable. Trader Joe's is across the alley, the liquor store is across the street, and the Septa stop (which is HUGE in inclement weather) is on the corner.
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The Murano
A little north of the main Wharton scene, but a 30-35 minute walk to class, easy public transit options, and a 6 minute walk to Rittenhouse.
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The Sterling Apartments
Very good access to public transit and an easy walk to all the bars/restaurants in Rittenhouse
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2121 Market Street
Trader Joe's, Liquor Store, Coffee, CVS, WaWa all within walking distance.
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2040 Market Apartments
Great area. Lots to do, plenty of restaurants.
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1919 Market
Friendly
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Park Towne Place Premier
Love being near the Wharton bubble but not in it.
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Trinity Row
In close proximity to restaurants and shops.
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1919 Market
Overrated due to the Wharton Bubble
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1919 Market


Getting to Know
Logan Square

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: N Broad St to Schuylkill River
North to South Boundaries: Callowhill St to Ludlow St
dining
Bubby’s Brisket & Bugsy’s Weiners
City Tap House
Mama’s Vegetarian
Pete’s Famous Pizza
grocery
Di Bruno Bros.
Trader Joe’s
convenience
Old Nelson Food Company
Walgreens
Wawa
fitness
City Fitness
Philadelphia Jiu Jitsu
Priya Hot Yoga
SerenaFit
parks
Dilworth Park
Love Park
Sister Cities Park
coffee
Animo Juice
Le Petit Cafe
Peddler Coffee
Seventh Heaven
bus
32/33 (bus)
7 (bus)
rail
10/11 (light rail)
22nd St Trolley Station
BSL (metro)
Suburban Station
About your Neighbors
Data from the 2013 American Community Survey

Zip Codes
Logan Square includes zip codes 19103 and 19130
Rent vs Own
57
%
of Logan Square residents are renters
Driving to Work
24
%
of Logan Square residents drive to work
New Construction
7
%
of housing units in Logan Square have been built in the last 15 years
Building Types
40
%
<20 units
6
%
20-49 units
55
%
50+ units
Demographics
Children (under 18)
6
%
18 - 34
46
%
35 - 54
20
%
55+
29
%
Unit Mix
16
%
Studio
41
%
1 Bed
27
%
2 Bed
16
%
3+ Bed
Occupation or Education
Working Professional
61
%
Undergrad Student
4
%
Grad Student
16
%
Unemployed
3
%
Retired
15
%
What Logan Square Residents Think About Their Apartments
overall
8.1
value
7.9
amenities
7.4
social
7.2
management
8.0
safety
8.7

Best Apartments
in Logan Square


1 Bed $1,850
2 Beds $3,475

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Studio $1,759
1 Bed $2,400
2 Beds $2,638

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Studio $1,400
1 Bed $1,975
2 Beds $2,890

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1 Bed $2,500
2 Beds $3,350
3 Beds $8,200

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1 Bed $1,971
2 Beds $2,312
3 Beds $5,293

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Studio $1,790
1 Bed $2,055
2 Beds $4,165

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Fairmount
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Midtown Village
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Society Hill
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