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Overview of Limerick

Located in Montgomery County, the township of Limerick is just 35 miles northwest of Philadelphia, yet the township boasts a number of high profile industries. Home to approximately 18,074 people, Limerick boasts an unemployment rate that is approximately 2.2 percent lower than the national average. Due to its close proximity to several universities, Limerick is also a convenient place for residents to live while furthering their education. Limerick apartments for rent are sure to provide all Pennsylvanians with the high quality of life they are looking for.

Living in Limerick, PA

Limerick Township was petitioned in 1726, and has had its fair share of monumental events throughout its history. In 1777, George Washington came to town and stayed at the Mordecai Evans house, a building that is preserved today by the National Register of Historic Places. 

The Limerick region also has a history of being a center of industry and business, and many corporations continue to thrive here. A few of Montgomery County's top employers include Main Line Health Systems, Abington Health, Lockheed Martin, and Prudential. In addition to Philadelphia-based universities like the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University, students renting Limerick apartments are also close to Ursinus College and Immaculata University. Residents without cars can take advantage of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) bus lines that run through town.

Limerick Attractions and Special Events

Being only a short drive from the city lights of Philadelphia, many residents of Limerick enjoy heading east to sink their teeth into a juicy Philly cheesesteak, cheer on the Philadelphia Eagles, or enjoy shows at the Kimmel Center for Performing Arts or the National Museum of American Jewish History.

Closer to home, Limerick residents enjoy local fare and annual events like the Limerick Fire Company's Annual Carnival. Local history buffs enjoy touring and helping to preserve historical sites, which provide a look at the township's unique past.

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