Other sections of North Philadelphia include Brewerytown, Fairhill, Fairmount, Fishtown, Francisville, Franklinville, Glenwood, Hartranft, Koreatown, Northern Liberties, Poplar (bounded approximately by Girard Avenue, Broad Street, Spring Garden Street and 5th Street), Sharswood, Strawberry Mansion and Yorktown. The Downtown Urban Planning Analysis Section extends from South Street in the south to Vine Street in the north and from the Delaware River in the east to the Schuylkill River in the west. The South Philadelphia Planning Analysis Section borders South Street in the north and the Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers to their confluence. The River Wards section of Philadelphia is located northeast of Center City, along the Delaware River.
The Roxborough-Manyunk section of Philadelphia is an official planning district of the Philadelphia City Planning Commission, which consists of the homonymous districts of Roxborough and Manayunk. Geographically, the area is located northwest of Center City. The bustling corridor spans neighborhoods between downtown and North Philadelphia, including Callowhill, Fairmount, Yorktown and Tioga. It is the most populous county in the state of Pennsylvania.
Far Northeast Philadelphia is an official planning section of Philadelphia located north of the Near Northeast section of Philadelphia. Southwest Philadelphia (formerly Kingsessing Township) is a section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that can be described as extending from the western side of the Schuylkill River to the city line, with the northern boundary defined by the Philadelphia Urban Planning Commission east of the city line along Baltimore Avenue moves south on 51st Street to Springfield Ave. It is a section of Philadelphia that is immediately north of Upper North Philadelphia and south of Cheltenham. Upper North Philadelphia, is a section of Philadelphia that lies immediately north of Lower North Philadelphia and can be described as an area that has a.
Northern Liberties (named because when Philadelphia was founded in 1682, land buyers there received a free land bonus in the surrounding rural areas) areas, called Liberties) has become a trendy neighborhood in Philadelphia among students, young professionals and artists, and is also home to many galleries and shops. Mural Arts Philadelphia works such as James Burns' North Philadelphia Beacon Project and Meg Saligman's Common Threads have become attractions for themselves. Lower North Philadelphia is a section of Philadelphia that is located immediately north of downtown and below Upper North Philadelphia and can be described as a section of Philadelphia that was designated as a Model City target, hoping to overcome poverty and plague through a program of federal funding since 1966. The North-South Avenue is the name of SEPTA's Broad Street Line, an efficient subway line that connects North Philadelphia to the South Philadelphia stadium complex through a midpoint at City Hall.