South Street is a street in the Center City neighborhood. It is known for its bohemian atmosphere and its wide variety of shops and eateries of many different styles. South Street was in the 60s and 70s an important clubbing and live music area for Philadelphia, becoming in the 80s one of the city’s largest tourist attractions as it is still today. South Street was originally named Cedar Street in William Penn's plan of Philadelphia. It takes its present name for being in the past the traditional southern boundary of Philadelphia's city limits.
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