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Radnor Township is a great place to live and work! Part of the charm lies in the myriad of “mom and pop” retail shops that line the major thoroughfares and that have operated in the township for generations. In addition, the Main Line’s lure has attracted large and small service and retail businesses alike to its soils.
Indeed, the community has been or has become an appealing location for the offices, laboratories, and headquarters of national and international corporations, such as:
ACME, Brandywine Realty, GAP, Genuardi’s, Micro Center, T.V. Guide, Wellington Management and countless other, primarily smaller, businesses.
This newer corporate presence has reversed the age-old pattern of daily suburb-to-city commuting along the Main Line and has brought with it considerable traffic congestion. In fact, the number of people now working in Radnor exceeds the township’s adult population.
Radnor Township, founded in 1682, is located 13 miles west of Philadelphia, PA and has a population of 31,531 according to the 2010 Census, comprised of 9,963 households (6,215 pf these are family households). The Median Household Income was $100,129 compared with the Delaware county Median Income of $64,174
10,429 total housing units are +80% built prior to 1989 (22% built prior to 1939). 54% single detached houses, and 23% multi unit structures of >10 units. 65% of the homes are owner occupied. (Source: 2010-2014 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates).
Philadelphia’s Main Line and Radnor Township have become synonymous with excellence in education. The area reaps untold, tangible and intangible benefits from the nearby presence of literally dozens of public and private educational institutions.
The School District of Radnor Township is among the cream of the public education crop nationally and is one of the most frequently cited reasons of new residents for moving to Radnor. The school district is responsible for the operation of the public school system in the township, serving approximately 3,707 students in grades K through 12.
Both the high school and middle school have been awarded the President’s prestigious Medal for Education Excellence. In addition, the school system has been recognized by several other local, state, and national groups and publications for its outstanding educational quality. For example, in 1993, the school district was listed by Consumer Reports in the top percentile of school districts throughout the country for value received in terms of the percentage of graduating high school seniors going onto 4-year colleges, the number of national merit finalists, and average SAT scores. The Wall Street Journal previously ranked Radnor schools in the top 10 in the nation. Radnor high school students have won Scott Paper’s annual “High-Q ” regional academic competition several times.
The number of housing units in the township is 10,429 units (including apartments).
About 65% of residential units in the township are owner occupied as of 2014.
The estimated median market value of township residential units in 2014 was $613,300 compared with $223,400 for all residential units in Delaware County. The Median Gross Rent in the township was $1,393 as compared with $978 for Delaware County.
Source: http://www.radnor.com/ and http://factfinder.census.gov/