Metro Philadelphia

George Washington Slept Here

Just outside of historic Philadelphia, King of Prussia is a booming town with a lot of history. On Thanksgiving Day in 1777, it famously welcomed George Washington. Now it's home to a thriving business community – with upscale retail stores, fun Friday night dining spots, and a housing market that's on the rise. And since it's only a half hour drive to Philadelphia, you don't have to sacrifice the historic beauty and culture of a big city to live in the comfort of a thriving suburb.

Local Highlights

King of Prussia Mall

Valley Forge National Historical Park

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Where History Meets Happy

From historical landmarks to cultural, culinary, and artistic treasures to endless shopping, the Philadelphia area offers year-round entertainment with a diverse festival and event schedule for the whole family to enjoy.

Elementary Schools in the Top Percentile

Schools in Metro Philadelphia rank in the top 10% overall for all of Pennsylvania and two of the surrounding school districts are numbers 1 and 2 in the state. With the myriad seasonal and thematic festivals and interactive educational opportunities, your kids will grow up exposed to music, art, history, and science at the highest levels.

Just a half-hour drive from the center of Philly

Our Facility

King of Prussia, PA Campus

600+ Total team members

650,000 Total square ft.

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