Broomall and Springfield are neighboring townships in Pennsylvania’s Delaware County. Located between Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Wilmington, Delaware, the municipalities provide an idyllic suburban lifestyle with accessibility to urban amenities. Broomall and Springfield feature high quality retail, convenient access to mass transit, higher education, and established local economic drivers.
Both municipalities are well-served by public transit via SEPTA trolley and bus lines. Furthermore, Interstate 476, Route 1, and Baltimore Pike allow residents to access Interstate 95 and the broader Delaware River Valley, including the King of Prussia Mall, the Philadelphia International Airport, as well as Philadelphia’s University and Center Cities.
Closer to home, residents are near Swarthmore College and enjoy local amenities such as Springfield Mall, Marple Sports Arena, Marple Crossroads Shopping Center, and the Lawrence Park Shopping Center. Swarthmore College, a private liberal arts college, has been called a “Little Ivy” and is routinely at the top of several national publications’ rankings including U.S. News & World Report, Forbes, and the Wall Street Journal. Springfield Mall, a regional mall anchored by Macy’s and Target, provides residents the enclosed mall experience, while Lawrence Park and Marple Crossroads centers give shoppers access to big box stores.