To misquote Shakespeare – would a neighborhood by any other name be as sweet? The answer here is a resounding yes. Ask locals where they live and you’ll get a myriad of answers – Callowhill, Eraserhood (after former resident David Lynch’s groundbreaking movie Eraserhead), the Loft District, Trestlehood, and most recently, Spring Arts. Stylish modern high-rises, converted factory lofts, live music venues, and a growing number of restaurants and art venues make this emerging neighborhood an exciting place to be, no matter what you call it. Unlike the tightly packed row homes in most Philly neighborhoods, the historically industrial enclave of the Loft District is more spread out. The elevated tracks of the defunct Reading Railroad run through the heart of the neighborhood and are currently going through redevelopment into a park reminiscent of New York’s popular High Line promising to bring further development and activity to this growing neighborhood in the heart of Philadelphia.