Logan Square is a neighborhood in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with a population of 14,752. Logan Square is in Philadelphia County and is one of the best places to live in Pennsylvania. Living in Logan Square offers residents a dense urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Logan Square there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals and retirees live in Logan Square and residents tend to be liberal.
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Logan Square Reviews
It is very beautiful. The museums make the neighborhood attractive. With so much to see, there are always tourists around. It is very family friendly. People can be seen walking their dogs at all hours. The Whole Foods has done wonders for the neighborhood. There are so many essential stores to choose from such as CVS, Target, and Wawa. I never have to walk more than a few blocks to get what I need. However, I wish stores didn't close so early. There is also an abundance of homeless people. While there are so many park areas, I never have the desire to enjoy them because they are inhabited by much of the homeless population.
We live right around the corner from a Whole Food Store and just a couple of blocks away from a Trader Joe's. Both are famous for their high quality products. Whole Foods is our favorite of the two. People who are not familiar with this store wrongly assume that it is more expensive than other supermarket chains in the city, but we have found this to be a huge misconception. Just as an example, organic milk from Whole Foods own band "360" is the cheapest you would find anywhere. If you are in the mood for exotic food or if you are on a tight budget, China town is just a few blocks away. The prices of the fish corner there can't be beat.
This a rather expensive section of the city. Single family homes are over $500K and the homes are over 100 years old although they are well kept and renovated. There are no vacant or abandoned properties in his area, although there are some shoddy landlords that rent out horrible apartments at exorbitant prices because of the proximity with Center City.