Lansdowne Economic Development Corporation

Posted February 19th, 2014 at 1:34 pm.

Updated on 12/06/2017


The Lansdowne Economic Development Corporation (LEDC), founded in 1998 by residents and business owners in the borough, is dedicated to promoting and sustaining Lansdowne through the encouragement of  investment and business ventures. This town of about 10,000 people is located between Swarthmore and Philadelphia on SEPTA’s R3 line.

Programs/Services Offered:

Lansdowne EDC provides support  to local businesses and encourages economic activity and vitality through programs and events, including neighborhood revitalization efforts and a farmers market. Check the website for a list of all programs:

Student Opportunities:

Bryn Mawr students have been involved with Lansdowne EDC in a variety of ways, including Praxis III placements, Effective Grantsmanship projects, and general volunteering. Check their website for an updated calendar of events, and fill out a volunteer interest form at

Lansdown Economic Development Corporation
23 South Lansdowne Avenue
Lansdowne, PA 19050
(610) 745-4013

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