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Old 02-19-2008, 11:08 PM
 
Location: New Castle, DE
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After looking around the forums, I see that a lot of people recommend Trolley Square. I drove up and down Delaware Ave on a Sunday afternoon and walked around Trolley Square and my impression was that it was very, very quiet. I don't think I saw more than 15 people in the 1 hour I was there.

So I have 2 questions:
1)When people say "Trolley Square", which area are they referring to?
2)What's so great about it?

That being said, it seemed to be a decent neighborhood (better maintained than the places in Newark near UDel).
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Old 02-20-2008, 11:48 AM
 
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As for housing inside the City of Wilmington, Trolley Square is quieter and well kept. It also seems to be a more safer area.

If you are looking for night-life (Delaware generally is very quiet), Newark or Beach areas would be your place to go. They are also "safe" areas.
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