Difference between revisions of "Chestnut Hill Business District"
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Philadelphia's Garden District
Known as Philadelphia’s Garden District and named “one of the top seven urban enclaves in the country” by Forbes.com, Chestnut Hill is one of the greenest and most vibrant communities in the country. The Chestnut Hill Business District is dedicated to supporting the area’s businesses through retail attraction, economic development, and promotion of the neighborhood as an attractive destination to live, work and visit.
As a membership organization, The Chestnut Hill Business District serves as the official marketing arm for the destination and their membership base. With 125 retailers and restaurants and more than 200 professional and sustaining members, Chestnut Hill has a unique blend of tradition and modernism within the beautiful Northwest Philadelphia neighborhood.
The neighborhood features distinctive community offerings combining rental apartments, moderate and high-end housing, distinctive history, public parks, a museum and an arboretum. The vibrant business and retail district is the heart of neighborhood and most importantly eco-friendly. Many area restaurants and bakeries support local farmers.
As a bustling and dynamic region, the Chestnut Hill Business District oversees community events, maintains the ambiance and safety of the retail corridor, acts as a liaison between members and government representatives and works on many initiatives to keep our neighborhood beautiful and sustainable.
Note: The above descriptive information came from the organization's About page.