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The informative article below is sponsored by the work abuse lawyers in Bustleton. Our legal team is happy to help visitors learn more about the neighborhood of Bustleton.
Bustleton is a neighborhood in the far northeast section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is located north of Fox Chase and Rhawnhurst and south of Somerton and is bounded by Tomlinson Road on the north, Pennypack Park on the south and Roosevelt Boulevard on the west. The neighborhood was developed centered on a local bar, Bustleton Tavern, that was established before the American Revolutionary War. The old Paul's Run waterway provided navigation from the tavern to the Delaware River for the trading of commerce. In its early days, Bustleton was part of Lower Dublin Township until it was incorporated into the City of Philadelphia.
Today, Bustleton is a residential community featuring major commercial areas on Bustleton Avenue, Roosevelt Boulevard, Grant Avenue and Red Lion Road. As of the 2000 census, there is a population of 31,853 people in the neighborhood. The population has since increased to 34,840 people. 58% of the residents in Bustleton own their homes. Houses in the area have a median home value of $246,992 and a median rent of $1,215.
Politz Hebrew Academy is a historic school in the neighborhood of Bustleton on Old Bustleton Avenue. Previously known as William C. Jacobs School and Fayette School, the original two-story stone building was designed by Samual Sloan and built in 1855. In 1915, a two-and-a-half-story, three-bay, rectangular brick building was constructed as the main building for the school. It is of the Colonial Revival style and features a hipped roof and gable dormers. On December 4, 1986, the historic school building was added to the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).
Grant Plaza Shopping Center is a shopping mall catering to residents and visitors in Bustleton. Situated near the intersection of Grant Avenue and Bustleton Avenue, it offers a variety of stores and services that includes:
The plaza also features a number of restaurants for you to dine in. Some of these are Dolce Pizza Ristorante, Dairy Queen (Treat), Randi's Restaurant and Bar, Steve Stein's Famous Deli, Perkins Restaurant & Bakery, Shish Kabob Palace, To Kai Japanese Restaurant, and Rita's Italian Ice & Frozen Custard.
Hayes Memorial Playground is a rebuilt project in Bustleton. Managed by the Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, it is a 20.1-acre recreational space for residents in the area. The site provides park amenities like a batting cage, sports fields, hockey, tennis and basketball courts, and playground equipment. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., it can be found on Roosevelt Boulevard.
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