Nationally recognized as a leader in over 55 housing, Traditions of America is based in Radnor, Pennsylvania. It is focused on developing award-winning retirement communities and building the finest low-maintenance homes for people age 55 and better. The firm has built retirement living communities in Pennsylvania (PA), New Jersey (NJ) and Delaware (DE) for 20 years. Innovative programs and a team passionate about customer satisfaction have led to rapid and sustained growth, often bucking economic trends.
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Recent Media Coverage and Updates
Harrisburg 50+ Team Raises Money for Susan G. Komen Foundation During Rothman Institute 8K in Philadelphia
Mechanicsburg, PA – November 19, 2012 – For the third year in a row, residents from the active adult community, Traditions of America at Silver Spring in Mechanicsburg (http://www.TOASilverSpring.com) and their team ran in the Philadelphia Marathon Rothman Institute 8K raising $1,250 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Lifestyle builder and developer Traditions of America matched the team’s donation.
“It was a great event. Within an hour and a half, we had 65 people select their lots. It was exciting and a lot of fun,” said David Biddison with Traditions of America.
Because the builders say living there will be a lot of fun. “They would rather play golf than mow the lawn and they would rather be at the book club than do the mulching outside the house. That’s why we believe it was successful,” said Biddison.
Record-Breaking Number of Deposits on Homesites in Lititz Demonstrates Strong Demand for 55 and Older Communities in Lancaster County
Lititz, PA – November 12, 2013– “The Lititz location is perfect,” exclaimed Karen Phillips, moments after she became the first to place a deposit on a homesite at Traditions of America’s brand-new 55 and older community. Phillips and her husband Rick, currently Lancaster residents, had within a space of a few months gone from “we’re not considering a move” to becoming the first to claim a homesite at a VIP event which resulted in 65 deposits in fewer than 90 minutes.
The Coolest Small Town in America — Lititz — has the 55-plus crowd excited.
Delaware County-based Traditions of America booked 65 reservations over the weekend at a presale event for its newest community in Warwick Township. That is the biggest presale event in the company's history, said Nathan Jameson, director of operations and a partner.
Harrisburg, PA – November 11, 2013 – Traditions of America will send a team of 11 runners to participate in the Rothman Institute 8K in Philadelphia on Saturday, November 16, along with a check for $1,250 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Talk about a comeback. At the turn of the 20th century Pittsburgh was an economic and cultural hub, home to Andrew Carnegie and other captains of industry. Then came deindustrialization and job losses in the 1980s. Now the city is polishing its rusty image by converting old mills and factories into office space, galleries, and lofts.
Radnor, PA – October 29, 2013 – Traditions of America has been listed at position #3 on the Philadelphia Business Journal’s Home Builders list, reflecting the Pennsylvania active adult community developer’s strong sales in 2012.