Business in Brewerytown
Discover why restaurants and retail (The Monkey & The Elephant Coffee Shop, Rybrew, Crime and Punishment Brewery, Brewerytown Beats, Brewerytown Bikes, Brewerytown Pharmacy, Best In Show Grooming, Nagelberg’s Hardware) have chosen to call West Girard home
Questions? Give us a call at 267.519.0895.
What We’re Looking For
MMP is always looking for high quality local and national tenants who will enrich the neighborhood. At the moment:
- BYOB restaurants
- Vintage clothing store
Interested in learning more about opening a new business in Brewerytown?, we’d love to hear from you – info@MMPartnersllc.com
Why Open Here?
A Vibrant Commercial District
Businesses such as Music Box Records, Nagelberg Hardware, Girard Vet Clinic and Best In Show pet grooming provide the neighborhood a crucial component of convenience. Restaurants including Butter’s Soul Food, Rybrew, The Monkey and Elephant Coffee Shop, Crime and Punishment Brewing Company, Italian Express, and Era bring Brewerytown a local flavor.
Demographics and Traffic
The West Girard commercial corridor sits directly between the Fairmount and Brewerytown neighborhoods, giving businesses access to a diverse consumer base of nearly 12,000 residents.
Comparable spaces in terms of size and foot traffic can be found for more attractive rents relative to other regions of the city.
Businesses in the area
Brewerytown is a neighborhood in the northwest corner of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania running approximately between the Schuylkill River’s eastern bank and 25th Street, bounded by Cecil B. Moore Avenue to the north and Parrish Street to the south. Brewerytown got its name because of the numerous breweries that were located along the Schuylkill during the late 19th century and early 20th century. It is now primarily a residential neighborhood, with an active commercial sector along Girard Avenue.