Fitler Square


Fitler Square in Philadelphia – Philadelphia Neighborhoods

Fitler Square in Philadelphia is an upscale residential neighborhood located between 21st -26th Sts, Locust-South Sts. sharing zipcodes 19103 & 19146. The neighborhood & the square at the heart of it are named for Edwin Henry Fitler, the late 19th century mayor of Philadelphia. Fitler Square is home to several much loved animal sculptures by Eric Berg, Fitler Square resident. There’s also Schuykill River Park, running along the river, boasting a playground, paths for walking, biking, running. The area is home to one of Center City’s three prestige private schools, as well as fine public schools, businesses, shops, great dining, galleries, the Rosenbach Museum (think Maurice Sendak exhibition, the annual Bloomsday Celebration.)

Living Space in Fitler Square

Stately single family homes & townhomes from the mid 19th century-early 20th century, modern, upscale condos, single family homes &
multifamily properties with garages on tree-lined streets. Access to public transportation, minutes from I95, the Xway & Amtrak.

Ambience in Fitler Square

Tranquil, laid-back neighborhood filled with Penn students, young professionals, families & more mature folk.

Neighborhood Association

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