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Old 10-23-2018, 09:13 AM
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Originally Posted by khan112794 View Post
Hey Guys,

Need help here, I will be moving from Raleigh to Landsdale for a job with big pharma. My job is located in landsdale but I am trying to live in Philly. Do you guys think it will be possible to commute from fishtown area to Landsdale daily. I will be making around 47k so and having a really difficult time trying to find a budget.

Any advice I am 23 btw and I would like to be around the city. Thanks for the input.
No 'D" in Lansdale!!!!
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Old 10-23-2018, 01:38 PM
Location: Germantown, Philadelphia
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Originally Posted by Patmcpsu View Post
Consider Phoenixville. It’s the only town near Landsdale that has nightlife and low cost of living. Doylestown and King of Prussia are also options, but more expensive.
Um, how about Lansdale itself?

Not as many craft breweries in downtown Lansdale as there are in Phoenixville, granted, but the one they do have is actually a nightlife hub: Round Guys Brewing Company right off Main Street both has activities and events almost every night of the week, plus they program the Underground, the nightclub beneath the coffee bar a few doors up Main Street.

There's also a decent craft distillery in the town.

If you want city nightlife, it's an hour into the city from the Regional Rail station in the borough's center. Lansdale also has three Regional Rail stations within its boundaries, one of a very few suburbs to have more than one (excluding the Main Line, where most of the stations are in two townships):

Why You Should Take a Second Look at Lansdale | Philadelphia Magazine

Let me repeat RUGGLES99 above: Neither Lansdale nor the similarly named Delaware County community of Lansdowne have d's in their first syllables.
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