Old City: There's been a ton of action this year in Old City. South of Market St., Triumph Brewing Co. was replaced by the popular 2nd Story, Capofitto opened and, love it or hate it, the Museum of the American Revolution is currently in progress. North of Market, N3rd St. became official, boutique shopping is booming, Bread Street Estates is happening and there is life at 205 Race. Along the water, Race Street Pier is one of the most popular destinations in the city and it's now complimented by the newly opened FringeArts space featuring La Peg, a celebrated French restaurant with outdoor seating.
Brewerytown: Home to one of our favorite corners, Breweytown is about to blow up. MM Partners just announced a $60M investment in the neighborhood and West Girard Avenue is starting to see a rebirth as a commercial corridor with shops like Ry Brew, Shifty's Tacos and High Point Cafe. The best part: Ease of access to both Center City, Fairmount Park and the Philadelphia Zoo.