Starbucks Coffee 41 Saint James Pl, Ardmore, PA19003 Located in the Suburban Square shopping plaza, this local Starbucks is a convenient stop to grab a cup of one of its…More signature coffee drinks to go, or for relaxing and enjoying free Wi-Fi. Smoothies and baked goods are also offered. There is ample parking and a nearby SEPTA stop.
Liberty Business Strategies The Times Building, Suite 400 Suburban Square, Admore, PA19003 Liberty Business Strategies is in The Times Building in the Suburban Square Shopping Center. It is a consulting firm…More that offers a variety of services, including senior leading coaching, team development and organizational strategy clarification. Ample parking is available both on street and across the street in a free lot by SEPTA.
Merion (SEPTA Station) Idris Rd & Hazelhurst Ave, Merion, PA19066 The Merion Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority train stop is located at Idris Road and Haxelhurst Avenue,…More served by Paoli/Thorndale Line Regional Rail. For rate and schedule information, visit the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority website.
Free People 45 Coulter Ave, Ardmore, PA19003 Free People is in the Suburban Square Shopping Center. It specializes in clothing and accessories for women, as…More well as shoes. Ample parking is available via the free lot, as well as a $1 pay lot located near SEPTA transport. The bohemian-style store carries the store's clothing line.
Ardmore Coffee & News 75 Station Rd, Ardmore, PA19003 Ardmore Coffee & News is located right inside the waiting area at the Ardmore Septa Train Station, an elevated…More railway. The Ardmore Coffee & News located at the station provides a quick stop for cigarettes, snacks, refreshments, magazines and other miscellaneous items. Commuters can ease their wait by running in for a cup of coffee and maybe even a Pennsylvania lottery ticket, if they're feeling lucky.
Dandelion 31 Coulter Ave, Ardmore, PA19003 A small, unassuming store, Dandelion carries jewelry, watches, and a few other accessories from their store brand as…More well as third-party brands. This store supports local artists and will carry items for sale from artists in the area. Ample parking can be found on street and in the free lots. Right across the way from a Septa stop, Dandelion is very accessible. Repair work is available, but only for the Dandelion brand items.
First settled by Welsh Quakers in 1682, Lower Merion is a neighboring suburb of Philadelphia with a strong community…More feel.
Split into 14 wards and containing 16 different civic associations, Lower Merion Township is home to several tight-knit neighborhoods located along Pennsylvania's "Main Line" area, and served by the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) and Amtrack rail lines.
As of the 2000 census, the township had 58,740 residents with a median housing value of $341,100 and a median family income of $86,373, the top figures for townships in Montgomery County, PA. Lower Merion is located northwest of Philadelphia, encompassing 23.64 square miles.