Southwest Center City (SWCC) is a neighborhood in the southern section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The neighborhood is bordered on the north by South Street, on the south by Washington Avenue, on the west by the Schuylkill River, and by Broad Street on the east. A transitional area between Center City and Point Breeze, it is home to several community service organizations, many churches, a few retail establishments and light industry
The neighborhood has had many names. In the 1980s and 1990s, It was referred to as the Graduate Hospital after the medical facility in the northern half of the neighborhood. This name has become obsolete since the hospital closed in 2007. It is also sometimes referred to as South of South,  although this name is disfavored by some residents.
The neighborhood consists primarily of nineteenth and twentieth-century rowhomes interspersed with corner stores, 22 churches and a few larger architectural landmarks. On the eastern half of the neighborhood is the Scottish Rite affordable housing complex which consists of two multi story apartment buildings that cater mostly to elderly and low income individuals. The former buildings of Graduate Hospital lie on South Street, the northern border of the neighborhood. Along Greys Ferry Avenue is the former Naval Asylum or Navel Home, designed in 1826 by William Strickland. This National Historic Landmark first constructed in 1833 and closed in 1976.