Big news, like San Francisco and Philadelphia big…
Our new San Francisco and Philadelphia clients are gearing up to leave their package problems in 2021. Instead, they’ll be offering direct-to-door package delivery and leaving management of their residents’ packages up to the pros at Fetch.
We are so excited to make our way into the Golden City and the Philly market on the same day! Nothing but coast to coast growth here at Fetch. To introduce everyone to our new markets, here are some quick stats and facts about San Francisco and Philly.
Population: Estimated to be 926,280 by July of 2022.
How many people in the city are estimated to live in multifamily communities and rent: “188,696 or 52% of the households in San Francisco, CA are renter-occupied,” according to RentCafe.
What it’s known for: San Francisco is well known for having the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and a booming economy. Even during the Great Depression, San Francisco was able to complete construction of the Golden Gate Bridge AND the Oakland Bay Bridge.
Estimated apartment units: There are estimated to be 229,999 rental homes/apartments in the city of San Francisco.
City Nickname: San Francisco is known as The Golden City. This name comes from the Golden Gate Bridge which leads to the golden hills and into the golden sunset.
Population: Estimated to be 1.61 million in 2022.
How many people in the city are estimated to live in multifamily communities and rent: “275,421 or 45% of the households in Philadelphia, PA are renter-occupied,” according to RentCafe.
What it’s known for: Philadelphia is best known for being home to the Liberty Bell, its dedicated sports fans, and the Philly Cheesesteak. The Philly Cheesesteak was invented by hotdog vendor, Pat Olivieri in 1930 at Pat’s King of Steaks. Since then the Philly Cheesesteak is well known nationwide.
Estimated apartment units: There are estimated to be 295,783 rental homes/apartments in the city of Philadelphia.
City Nickname: Philadelphia is known as The City of Brotherly Love. This name comes from the Greek roots of the word “Philadelphia.” “Phileo” meaning love and “adelphos” meaning brother.
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