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Philadelphia city hall is seen behind the Washington Monument in Eakins Oval

Living In The Tri-State Region

The Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware region is rich in history and vibrant in culture, education, arts, health care and recreation. New construction in the tri-state area is built by local custom builders, regional builders and large national builders.

Philadelphia anchors the greater metropolitan area known as the Delaware Valley. History melds with current trends here where visitors can visit the Liberty Bell at Independence National Historical Park during the day and enjoy the latest cuisine in one of the city’s hottest new restaurants at night. The city offers an abundance of museums, parks, theaters, concert venues, places to wine and dine and nightlife. Universities, world renowned medical centers and employers are located in the region. "Philly" is home to fans dedicated to their sports teams: the Eagles, Phillies, 76ers, Union and Flyers and to their beloved mascots Swoop, the Phillie Phanatic, Franklin, Phang and the newest addition, Gritty. The Pennsylvania suburbs surrounding Philadelphia range from close-in neighborhoods to rural countryside, all within a reasonable commute to the city or employment centers nearby. Enjoyment of the natural setting has led to the development of extensive walking and cycling trails throughout the region. Neighboring New Jersey is in a desirable position between the major metropolitan cities of New York and Philadelphia. During warm summer months “down the shore” is a popular refrain for many traveling to southern Jersey beaches. New Jersey has numerous education, employment and recreation opportunities from centrally located Princeton to the tourist attractions of the Camden waterfront in the south. Delaware, known as the The First State, is the second smallest state in land area in the United States. Like southern New Jersey, Delaware also attracts beachgoers to its coastal communities in the summer. Wilmington, Delaware’s largest city, is only 30 minutes from Philadelphia and 45 minutes from Baltimore, Maryland. Wilmington is the mid-point between New York City and Washington D.C. The city is a national financial center for the credit card industry and is a popular center for insurance, retail banking and legal services.

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