We’re the blue line.
This graph was part of a housing report done by Econsult, which you can find here. Using 2003 prices as a baseline, the economics firm calculated price changes throughout the city, and as you can see, South Philly came out on top.
You can also think back to when you or your neighbors bought your house (find out what they paid at property.phila.gov) and see if this graph matches up to what you think your place is worth now.
Plan Philly sparked a fairly lively debate in its comments when it asked why south of Center City would be developing faster than north. We have a few ideas about why prices would climb here quicker than in, say, Fishtown, but what are yours?