Philadelphia's Fishtown neighborhood, located along the Delaware River has been listed as one of America's most fuel efficient neighborhoods according to a Forbes.com study. With centrally located residences from hip lofts in converted warehouses hosting the next generation of artist, graphic designers, and entrepreneurs, to freshly renovated town homes and New Construction. There's no wonder why the neighborhood is a magnet for young fast paste yuppie and hipsters commuting to Center City and Temple University. Transportation cost are the second-lowest among neighborhoods in the 10 largest metropolitan neighborhoods. Public transit ridership is at around 12%, with short commutes to Old City,Center City and close by Northern Liberties.