Directly south of Society Hill lies this beautiful neighborhood. Renovations began as a result of its abundance of fine townhomes and quaint side streets. Similar to Society Hill in many respects, Queen Village houses more diversity in its housing stock: from apartment buildings, to contemporary homes, to a few loft style residences. Historically significant, Queen Village remains the choice for many who desire the grandeur of fine living at a price less than that of its sister neighborhood, Society Hill.
Queen Village is a neighborhood in the South Philadelphia section of Philadelphia, just south of the Center City district. It is bounded approximately by South Street to the north, Washington Avenue to the south, the Delaware River to the east, and 6th Street to the west. It is south of the Society Hill neighborhood and east of the Bella Vista neighborhood.
- Features 18th & 19th century architecture including unaltered historic homes, interior courtyards, and cobblestone streets.
- South Street features eclectic shopping, Head House Square Farmer’s Market, restaurants and more.
- Historic Fabric Row is the oldest and largest fabric district in the country.