By VIshal Vivek
It was the first significant suburban development near State College, the home of Penn State University.
Its curved streets and the retention of its old trees offered a marked contrast to the typical post-World War II suburban grid.
Pepper Pike is renowned as the city "close to everything." This secure community boasts exceptional schools, convenient shopping, and a plethora of dining options.
Notably, it also offers proximity to prominent attractions like the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood.
The Pentagon and Arlington National Cemetery represent two of the most popular attractions in Arlington, Virginia.
Moreover, Arlington was chosen by Amazon as its East Coast headquarters, promising the creation of 25,000 jobs over the next decade.
Short Pump, a vibrant suburb, is conveniently located within 10 miles of Richmond, the capital of Virginia.
Moreover, it is strategically positioned just over 100 miles away from the bustling metropolis of Washington D.C.
This charming neighborhood offers a host of attractions and amenities for residents and visitors alike.
Situated in southern Westchester County, Ardsley boasts excellent schools, diverse shopping options, and a variety of dining establishments.
Macy Park administered by Westchester County and Ashford Park with amenities like a picturesque gazebo, tennis courts, and a delightful seasonal snack bar.
Incorporated as a village in 1926, East Williston takes great pride in its rich history.
In 1981, the village made an interesting purchase - a 1929 Maxim 500 pumper, which had initially served as their first fire equipment.