SEER Interactive built a neighborhood guide for people relocating to Philly - Philly


Mar. 9, 2015 9:37 am

SEER Interactive built a neighborhood guide for people relocating to Philly

Wil Reynolds of SEER Interactive speaks at Philly Tech Week 2014's Future of Digital Marketing event, held at SEER's former headquarters, the Search Church.

(Photo by Christopher Wink)

Moving to Philly for a new job? SEER Interactive has built an online guide, complete with staffer neighborhood reviews, to help you choose where to live.

Use it

SEER has nearly 100 employees, most of which work in Philadelphia (some are based in the San Diego office). The online marketing company is slated to leave its iconic Northern Liberties headquarters mid-year for a nearby office that will fit the whole team.

Organizations: SEER Interactive
  • This is amazing. As a fed up New Yorker who’s anxious to move to Philly this summer, this is exactly the kind of information I need! Thanks to the Seer team, I hope my transition will prove fruitful!

    • Mallory Oliver

      Thanks, Alisha. We’re glad you like it.

      If you’ve got questions during the moving process or are just looking to meet some local digital marketers, feel free to hit up our team on Twitter @Seerinteractive. We’re always happy to help/chat.

      –The Seer Team

  • Lisa

    It’s missing West Philly 🙁

    UCity is not the same.

    • Mallory Oliver

      You’re right, Lisa! We wanted to focus on what it’s really like to live in each neighborhood, so any that didn’t have a Seer team member in-residence had to be left off our list. If you’d like to see West Philly represented, we’re always hiring. 🙂

      – The Seer Team

  • Melissa At Sju

    East Falls??????? Only the best neighborhood.

  • julie

    you are missing gradhospital/south of south

    • Mallory Oliver

      Hey Julie, We wanted to provide a first-hand account of what it’s like to live in each neighborhood. As a result, we couldn’t capture the ‘hoods that our team doesn’t live in.

      -Seer Team

      • julie

        makes sense, thanks for response

  • NateFried

    Great and all, but when they essentially say “stay away from everything north of Girard”, its kinda insulting to the rest of the riverwards outside fishtown and northern liberties…

    “Another useful tip is to be careful when looking for apartments advertised as being located in Northern Liberties. Some of these are actually located on the north side of Girard Ave, which means they’re really Olde Kensington apartments. Note: A few of us at Seer learned this the hard way!”

  • Jonn

    …aaaand, as usual, you’re totally oblivious that the City of Philadelphia has a NORTHEAST. Lots of neighborhoods in it too. Many quite nice to live in, too.

    Kindly stop staring at the statue of William Penn and exercise your peripheral vision a bit.


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