A fiercely unique slice of West Philadelphia, Cedar Park is known both for its overtly Bohemian vibe and associated cultural diversity.
Originally founded in the mid-19th century as a “streetcar suburb” of Center City Philadelphia, this area possesses an aesthetic originality and personalized energy that helps stand out from nearby neighborhoods like Spruce Hill and University City. Plenty of urban areas fancy themselves DIY, but the difference with Cedar Park is that its residents actually put concept into action, manifesting in the form of independent businesses, neighborhood initiatives and inclusive activities that foster a true sense of community collaboration.
The neighborhood is primarily residential, but the city’s restaurant, arts and music scenes enjoy prominent footholds here.
Boundaries of Cedar Park
The boundaries are 46th and 52nd streets, and Larchwood streets and Kingsessing Avenue.
Public Transportation in Cedar Park
- 34 trolley
- 13 trolley
- 64 bus
- 52 bus
Public Spaces in Cedar Park
Here are just some of the public spaces you can enjoy:
- Cedar Park @ 4740 Baltimore Avenue
To learn more about this great area, check out Visit Philadelphia’s neighborhood guide for Cedar Park.
Cedar Homes for Sale
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