Graduate Hospital

The neighborhood has many nicknames. Since the 1980s, it has been often referred to as Graduate Hospital, after the medical facility on the northern edge of the neighborhood. This name has become merely historical in nature since the hospital closed in 2007.

About Graduate Hospital

The neighborhood has many nicknames. Since the 1980s, it has been often referred to as Graduate Hospital, after the medical facility on the northern edge of the neighborhood. This name has become merely historical in nature since the hospital closed in 2007. Despite this, it is still used and is sometimes shortened to G-Ho.[6] The area is also variously referred to as South of South,[7] SoSo,[8] Naval Square,[9] or Schuylkill-Southwest.[10] A small corner of this area is sometimes known as Devil's Pocket. The neighborhood consists primarily of nineteenth and twentieth-century rowhomes interspersed with corner stores, 22 churches and a few larger architectural landmarks. On the eastern half of the neighborhood is the Scottish Rite affordable housing complex which consists of two multi-story apartment buildings that cater mostly to elderly

The neighborhood has many nicknames. Since the 1980s, it has been often referred to as Graduate Hospital, after the medical facility on the northern edge of the neighborhood. This name has become merely historical in nature since the hospital closed in 2007. Despite this, it is still used and is sometimes shortened to G-Ho.[6] The area is also variously referred to as South of South,[7] SoSo,[8] Naval Square,[9] or Schuylkill-Southwest.[10] A small corner of this area is sometimes known as Devil's Pocket. The neighborhood consists primarily of nineteenth and twentieth-century rowhomes interspersed with corner stores, 22 churches and a few larger architectural landmarks. On the eastern half of the neighborhood is the Scottish Rite affordable housing complex which consists of two multi-story apartment buildings that cater mostly to elderly and low income individuals.

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Population by Age Level. Median Age 36.38. Households: 18,108.

In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $57,619)

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Graduate Hospital Schools & Education

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