Welcome to Neighborly Friends!
Meet Your Neighbors, Here!! =)
Public Feed

Neighborly Friends would like to Welcome Commons at Schmidt's Residents to your new online community!!

Neighborly Friends would like to Welcome Waterfront Square Residents to your new online community!! 

This space is for all residents and friends in Philadelphia, PA to gather and meet!

This space is for all residents and friends in New York City to gather and meet!

Our Upgrade is Completed!

We'd like to thank you all for your patience over the past week as all the Flyrt sites were undergoing a major software upgrade. You'll notice all sorts of enhancements throughout the sites and we hope you like everything that has been done!

We're doing our best to bring you cutting edge technology along with the coolest sites on the internet so if you haven't yet built a profile, now is the time to get started!! 

Neighborly Friends is trying to bring you all closer together by using extremely cool web software so if you don't have a profile built yet, you're seriously missing out on a ton of internal features, so join us now!! =) 

4623 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Is My Hot Neighbor Flirting with Me?

I just made my first big move to a new city and as I was moving in, I met my (super attractive) next door neighbor. There's no question I'm attracted to him, but I thought he was just being nice introducing himself.

Yesterday he came over and asked if I had a spare quarter for the washing machine (men's version of asking for sugar?). I gave him one and he gave me change. He also asked my name again, and was smiling and I think flirting a little bit?

It wasn't until after he left that I wondered what the odds were that he actually needed another quarter. I should point out he's got a roommate too so why would he need to go directly to the new girl to get a quarter (there are 4 apartments on the floor of my building)?

Thoughts on whether he's just being friendly or trying to be flirty?

Read More Below

4625 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Meet the Neighbors: Why it's Smart to Make the Effort

It’s a good idea to get to know your apartment neighbors — whether you really want to or not!

Whether you are full-on friendly or super-shy, you should make the effort to meet at least two or three of your apartment neighbors.

The big bonus of having cool apartment neighbors is that you instantly get a bunch of built-in friends. Planning a movie night, supper club or walking group is a piece of cake when you have pals just steps away. (No one will ever complain about your place being too far!) Remember those BFFs from your college dorm? Neighbors can be just like those buddies, if you choose your neighbor-friends wisely and then make an appropriate effort.

Read More Below

4625 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Flirting in Traffic is Back!

Ever wanted to meet another attractive motorist? 

Ever wish you could get past flirting and actually meet that attractive motorist?! 

Well now you can! Just click the link below to be redirected immediately to Flirting in Traffic... :) 

4625 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Tips for Meeting New People in Your Apartment Community

Moving into a new apartment can be very exciting (especially if you are moving out for the first time or upgrading your living quarters). However, it can also be difficult to get acclimated to your new living situation. The best thing you can do to make yourself feel at home is to make friends with the people living around you.

When you are friendly with your neighbors, not only will you have people to socialize with when you get bored, but you will also have a more pleasant time should a problem arise. Since you all live in close quarters to each other, you may as well get along. But how do you go about meeting the people in your complex?

First You Join NeighborlyFriends.com but after that, you'll just have to read more below...

4625 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Ways to Meet People at Your Apartment

There's no opportunity to meet people at your new apartment complex that's better than the week you move in. This is the time when you should really put your best social self forward if you are interested in establishing neighborly friendships within your new community.

After a week or two, it will be awkward to suddenly introduce yourself to the neighbor you've been ignoring at the mailbox or have passed a couple times while walking to the parking lot. So get started on the right foot. All you really need to say is "Hi! I’m so-and-so. I just moved in here."

And if you can't do that, there is always Neighborly Friends, to help get you started!! :)

Read More Below

4623 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

The Kiss Hello

"If everybody knew everybody we wouldn't have the problems we have in the world today. Well ya don't rob somebody if you know their name! I'm gonna get your picture and you're gonna participate in my program." 

We think Kramer was onto something, so we created Neighborly Friends, for every apartment dweller to be able to easily meet and get to know their neighbors in a friendly environment, on NeighborlyFriends.com! 

Watch Entire Episode Below

4625 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Socializing in an Apartment Complex

If you’re like many friendly, people-loving singles and couples, you’ll jump at the chance to meet other great guys and gals at your apartment complex. After all, the setting is ideal and safe.

What better place to meet new pals than on your home turf? You’ve already eyeballed the comings and goings of your neighbors and their weekly rituals are somewhat familiar to you. 

You’re not the only one who’s eager to make new friends at your apartment complex.

(Neighborly Friends is here to close this gap)

Read More Below

4625 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

How do I make friends in an apartment complex?

I moved to this MASSIVE apartment complex. 90% of the people here are established families with no interest in having a life. But every once in a while - from my window, or in the lobby, or on the bus going through the complex - I'll see someone about my age that looks like they might enjoy a few beers on a weekend or even going into the city to get trashed. These are people I want in my life.

But . . . how do I make that happen? The kind of people who enjoy a 24 pack or a beer pong game or a movie marathon are not the kind of people who go to apartment-organized functions, or enjoy being propositioned for friendship by a total stranger. And honestly, I'm not sure how I'd do it if I wanted to - I've never had to work that hard to make friends with people. (I am pretty outgoing.) And as far as I can tell, there are no bars close enough to the place to just go there and peg down people from my complex.

How do you make friends in a new complex starting from zero? Any further thoughts on my predicament?

First, you join Neighborly Friends, but in the meantime you can follow up on some of the suggestions below... 

4625 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Awkward Flirts

You can avoid all the awkwardness by joining Neighborly Friends now! :)


4625 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Relationship Advice for Dating Neighbors

Dating neighbors is fairly common and often just plain fun. Here’s some advice to keep it fun, and keep it amicable in the event it doesn’t work out.

Consider Keeping It a Fun Flirtation

If you are a person who has bad breakups, or who has a hard time dealing with ex’s, consider keeping the attraction between you and the neighbor as a casual flirtation. If you aren’t ready to move or find a way to deal amicably with an ended relationship, you may want to avoid the whole issue. In that case, enjoy the winks and long seductive looks, and continue dating outside your home sphere.

Read More Below

4625 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Women's Size Medium Flyrt T-Shirt

Women's Size Medium Flyrt T-Shirt

Mens Size XL Flyrt T-Shirt

Mens Size XL Flyrt T-Shirt

Get Friendly! Meet Your Neighbors

One tricky part about living on your own–especially if you spent the last few years in communal dorms or on a college campus–is figuring out how to make friends nearby. In my experience, you see your neighbors often! Whether it’s walking to and from cars before and after work, taking out the trash, or at the pool it’s not like you can avoid all of them. This creates lots of opportunities to meet people who live near you and to form new relationships.

At first, I wasn’t interested in forging relationships with any of the people near me. But as time wore by, I realized…why not? Along with meeting new and interesting people, getting to know my neighbors would only increase my sense of security and community.

Here’s what we did.

Read More Below


4625 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Did You Know About Flyrt?

Neighborly Friends is part of the Flyrt network of social communities where you can make more friends and meet more of your neighbors! 

Just click on the Flyrt link on the main menu or click the links below to choose from our other sites:

Flirting in Traffic - www.FlirtingInTraffic.com - Meet People in Traffic!

Local Area Live - www.LocalAreaLive.com - Meet People Where You Go!

Frampus - www.Frampus.com - FRiends on cAMPUS!

Flirt Dog - www.FlirtDog.com - Where it's literally for the dogs!

Flyrt Live - www.Flyrt.live - For Flirts, Flirt Live!


4625 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

How do you get to know your neighbors without seeming like a weirdo?

Neighborly Friends is here to cure all of this. Now you can actually meet your neighbors, here! 

"We've been living in the same building for three years and don't even know our neighbors' names! Now we're about to move into a new place and hoping to change this but I don't know how."

"There are no shared facilities we could chat while using, no shared space we might be in at the same time (not even a corridor)."

"I don't feel confident enough to jump straight to throwing a party… so I'm at a bit of a loss."

"I want to start off in the new place on the right foot, but I just don't know how."

Meet the cure to all of these problems, NeighborlyFriends.com, where you can meet your neighbors, here! :) 

Read More Below 


4625 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

5 Ways to Get to Know Your Neighbors in an Apartment

Obviously the First Thing You Need to Do is Join NeighborlyFriends.com! 

When it comes to neighbors, it can be tempting to take an anti-social approach. After a long hard day at work, the last thing you probably want to do is make idle chit chat with someone you barely know, just because they happen to be walking their dog at the same time as you. Getting to know your neighbors though, especially in an apartment, can make your life a lot easier.

If your neighbors are blasting their music when you have an early morning meeting, you can politely ask them to take it down a notch. Having a good rapport with your neighbors makes all kinds of seemingly awkward conversations go much more smoothly. Also, having open communication with your neighbors can keep you safer. Neighbors that have a good relationship tend to look out for each other and notice small things like when a package is sitting on your front door step for a long time, or that you’ve left your keys in the door. Here are five fun ways to get to know your neighbors.

Read More Below


4625 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Building Community: 5 Great Ways to Meet Your Neighbors

It's been only a few weeks since I made the big move south to Atlanta and meeting new people and making friends with the neighbors is very high on my list of things to do. I've just moved from a city I love, where I had a circle of friends who lived within 5 blocks, so to put it bluntly, I'm having a difficult time adjusting.

I'm struggling with making new friends and meeting my neighbors. I don't know whether it's the fact that I'm a Northern transplant who doesn't drink all that much Coca Cola, or if it's just harder to make friends here when you're in your thirties without kids... but meeting the neighbors and making new friends is becoming quite the herculean task. I have had a few small successes, though, and here's what's worked for me so far. If you've also faced a similar situation, I'd love to read in the comments about what's worked for you!

Read More Below

4625 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States
Quote of the Day

"We make our friends; we make our enemies; but God makes our next door neighbor." -Gilbert K. Chesterton

People You May Know