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As with many early communities, Willow Grove experienced rapid growth and development, thanks to railroad and trolley expansion toward the end of the 19th, and early 20th centuries. The open country was appealing and being less than a day’s trip away from Philadelphia was convenient – More and more inns and restaurants sprang up in Willow Grove throughout the 1900s. The economy enjoyed a growth spurt and the Willow Grove area blossomed!
The Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company took advantage of readily available travel accommodations and decided to build an amusement park in Willow Grove to stimulate more travel on the increasingly popular trolleys. Willow Grove Park opened in 1896 at the end of the line and was the prototype for numerous parks that followed across the country.
Willow Grove Today
The Station at Willow Grove is located in a quiet suburb nestled in Montgomery County. Many young professionals and families enjoy the neighborly atmosphere with an abundance of great restaurants, shopping opportunities, and popular activities Montgomery County residents love. Students in pre-K through twelfth grade can attend the top-rated Upper Moreland School District. Additionally, if you’re searching for university off-campus housing, our close proximity to various phenomenal colleges like the Gwynedd Mercy University is unbeatable! Residents in our Willow Grove apartments appreciate the convenient access to public transportation and the PA Turnpike as relaxing commuting options to Philadelphia, New Jersey and NYC are available via the SEPTA Warminster Line less than a block away from your front door. And take advantage of having exceptional health care facilities nearby, including Abington Hospital and Surgical Center.
Check out the wide variety of studio, 1-, and 2-bedroom Willow Grove apartments available at The Station at Willow Grove today!
- Zoe’s Kitchen
- Bone Fish
- Grub Burger
- Cheese Cake Factory
- SEPTA Warminster Line
- SEPTA Bus Route 55
- Bux mont Senior Transportation
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