Gaul St & E Susquehanna Ave
Commute to Downtown Philadelphia
Daily errands do not require a car.
Transit is convenient for most trips.
Flat as a pancake, some bike lanes.
Gaul St & E Susquehanna Ave has a Walk Score of 92 out of 100. This location is a Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car.
Gaul St & E Susquehanna Ave is a nine minute walk from the MFL Frankford TC to 69th St TC at the Berks Station stop.
This location is in the Fishtown neighborhood in Philadelphia. Nearby parks include Palmer Park, Aramingo Square and Hetzel's Playground.
Nearby schools include St Laurentius School, Penn Treaty Middle School and Bethel Baptist Academy.
The closest grocery stores are Mercy Street Market, Garrisons Grocery Store and Dan's Food Market.
Nearby coffee shops include ReAnimator Coffee, The Rocket Cat Café and Soup Kitchen Cafe. Nearby restaurants include Primo Hoagies-Fishtown, Loco Pez and Cedar Point Bar & Kitchen.
Gaul St & E Susquehanna Ave is near Aramingo Square, Norris Square Park and Penn Treaty Park.
There are some bike lanes and the terrain is flat as a pancake. Gaul St & E Susquehanna Ave is very bikeable, biking is convenient for most trips.
Explore how far you can travel by car, bus, bike and foot from Gaul St & E Susquehanna Ave.
Gaul St & E Susquehanna Ave has excellent transit which means transit is convenient for most trips. Car sharing is available from Zipcar and RelayRides.
MFL Frankford TC to 69th St TC
15 63rd-Girard to Richmond-Westmorelnd
89 Front-Dauphin to Arrott TC
25 FTC to Columbus Commons
5 Front-Market to Frankford TC
15B Frankfrd-Girard to Rchmnd-Westmrlnd
57 WhitmanPlaza to Fern Rock Trans Ctr
Gaul St & E Susquehanna Ave compared to all of Philadelphia.
Lower crime area.
Lower crime area.
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Gaul St & E Susquehanna Ave is in the Fishtown neighborhood. Fishtown is the 5th most walkable neighborhood in Philadelphia with a neighborhood Walk Score of 91.
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