Don’t know what the real life is in these buildings,but the view especially in the evening is amazing ,don’t miss here
Boathouse Street is also a very unique place. This street is very wide and you can see many interesting little things. This street is also a relatively wide place where you can feel a lot of projects.
During a commercial performance in town, I once went to Boathouse Street and ran five kilometers. It's older, but it's a nice place. In the morning (6:30), there are many other runners and walkers outside. This is a trail suitable for running and walking. Along a busy road, but next to the river. You can see neat and uniform buildings and scenery, and there are many boaters on the water.
By the time we reached Boathouse Street, we had walked nearly 10 kilometers among the sights of Central Philadelphia. But it's still a very pleasant walk-along the river, along the various universities and schools and the fraternity buildings-some of them can see that they have passed their heyday, and some seem to be perfectly used The bricks and carved wood have just been built (and all these buildings were built at the beginning of the 20th century), landscaping. It is really peaceful here, and the breeze is blowing, it is very cozy and relaxing after a busy day. It is highly recommended as a soothing and peaceful walk.
Initially, 10 houseboats were built along the banks of the Skugir River to replace temporary floating structures. After the 1970s, the Skugir River changed from a natural tidal river to a long and narrow lake with a water source, and then houseboat residential areas, restaurants, and hotels built along the river rose here. Finally in 1987, it was recommended for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.