If you’re considering moving to Wayne, you’re thinking of joining a community steeped in history and architecture, business and innovation, nightlife, and culinary success. The town is known for being a diverse melting pot of personalities, with longtime residents and newcomers working and living side by side. While Wayne is right near the large metropolis of Philadelphia, it has a true small-town feel, with its laidback vibe and widespread pride in the community. Those moving to Wayne can get a crash course in that feeling at metropolitan windermere court, which offers its own sense of culture and community modeled after the friendly, familiar feel of Wayne.
Wayne dates to the 1800s and its downtown was designated as a historic district in 2012. Hundreds of historic buildings are scattered throughout the district, many of which are open for tours and, even for those that are not, a stroll through Wayne can provide a fascinating look back in time and at eye-catching architecture that tells the town’s storied history.
While Wayne is a haven for history, it’s also a spot for innovation. Several large corporations are headquartered in the area, and the town’s main corridors, Lancaster and Wayne avenues, are filled with shops, restaurants, bars, galleries and more. Whether residents are in the mood for a casual café for a quiet business meeting, for a candlelit dinner for their next date night or for an upbeat, festive atmosphere for a night out with friends, Wayne’s culinary and nightlife outlets will deliver.
After enjoying all that the town has to offer, residents of metropolitan windermere court can come home to the same community-minded feel that they experienced throughout Wayne. Residents can socialize at barbecue and picnic areas, and in the courtyard, and then recharge their batteries in their spacious, apartments, complete with balconies, high ceilings and beautiful views. Moving to Wayne is an exciting opportunity, and at metropolitan windermere court residents can maximize all that the town has to offer.