Spring Garden, a neighborhood in central Philadelphia, was incorporated on this day, March 22nd, in 1813.
The area borders Center City on the north. It is a neighborhood that combines diverse residential neighborhoods and significant cultural attractions. It includes the residential areas on the north side of the neighborhood, composed mostly of brick and brownstone three-story townhouses built during the mid-to-late 19th century. To the south, the houses include townhouses in the Italianate style, Second Empire, Queen Anne, and Venetian Gothic, and taller, multi-family buildings built during the 20th century.