The changing seasons tend to remind us sometimes that the very nature of life involves a constant expansion and retraction. Everything seems to operate in this way, even business cycles. Take the time to observe the changes that come with autumn and embrace all the hard work and effort Brewerytown has yielded from the activities of spring and the labor of summer.
There’s a lot here now then what was 9, 12 or 15 months ago. Our neighborhood has gotten more beautiful and vibrant over time. And it’s not just because of the amber tones in the foliage. Brewerytown is growing in such a way that nearly ensures it to be the envy of other, surrounding neighborhoods. We should probably take our good fortune with a grain of salt because the aim of the game is not to make others envious. The target is to constantly grow little by little, day by day, until one day you look back and you are much greater than when you started. This, for our own sake and for the benefit of others. Our new buildings are designed for the future. They are immaculate and gorgeous to walk through. Check out an open house when the opportunity arises and you may be surprised to see how great a space is being offered. The new houses and apartments in Breweerytown are ahead of their time – in a fantastic way.
Our community in Brewerytown continues to unite unlike it ever has before. We raise our quality of life when our community becomes more involved and shows an interest in the spaces we commonly share. Mending and growing our community takes acknowledgment of each other, effort, and the willingness to see ourselves as members of something greater than the limiting perspective of our individual egos would allow. Queue Lionel Richie’s – We are the World.
Philly in the fall is a favorite season for most. Fall marks the beginning of a plethora of colors, ugly sweaters, and holiday’s spent with family. There’s also the wide use of vacation time, holiday bonuses and a welcomed break from all the summer heat that left you sweaty and often smelly. Plus, kids are back in school. Parents, you may rejoice quietly.
Fall also seems to come with a certain fashion element. Boots, scarves, new jackets, down vests and coats, our apparel is more noticeable as we layer to keep warm and attempt to present the best versions of ourselves to the world. Getting cozy, cuddling, everything pumpkin, leaves, blowing winds, and fire pits are more of the things that are distinct about autumn. Getting festive and creative for Halloween, because it isn’t just for kids anymore is another sign of the great talented community we’re a part of. Brewerytown is eternally beautiful and with each season that passes, we hope to showcase how and why this developing area is so unique.