WELCOME TO ARDMORE! Fondly known as the “Main Street of theMain Line”, Ardmore’s abundant parks, walkable downtown, countless community celebrations, and proximity to Philadelphia make it an attractive location for anyone who enjoys the culture of the city but still favors a small-town feel. Offering countless specialty boutiques, entertainment venues and award-winning restaurants, Ardmore is a town worth getting to know.
Stop by the Ardmore Initiative officeat 56 E. Lancaster Avenue (610-645-0540), to pick up a map and pocket guide to Ardmore businesses and restaurants! See you downtown!
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Ardmore Initiative Job Opportunity
Ardmore is looking for "ART OUT OF BOX"
Repurposing durable metal newspaper boxes into creative street sculptures filled with cultural news and/or objects!!
2015 Ardmore Initiative Leadership Breakfast and Annual Meeting
Ardmore Initiative Leadership Breakfast and Annual Meeting Presentations
MYTH VS. FACT
Sharing Dranoff Properties statement providing additional clarity on the One Ardmore Place project. Reminder that the Board of Commissioners will meet tonight (12/10) to discuss and vote on a variety of issues surrounding the project at 6:10pm in the Lower Merion Township Building (75 E. Lancaster Avenue).
Latest information and presentations - Cricket Lot Project/One Ardmore Place
Gov. Corbett restores $10.5 million for One Ardmore Place, Cricket Lot project
Cricket Ave. Parking Lot Redevelopment
Ardmore Initiative Reauthorization
The Ardmore Initiative is a Business District Authority that must be periodically reauthorized by its stakeholders. 2013 is a Reauthorization year for the Ardmore Initiative. Click here for more information on our proposed plan, meeting dates and more.
Ardmore Transit Center Updates!