WHEN YOU FIRST WALK INTO MEDIA, IT’S LIKE STEPPING BACK IN TIME
The lively borough of Media, only 20 miles from Center City, radiates charm and a real spirit of community. Take a ride on the historic trolley that still runs through town, window shop in the bustling downtown area, or dine at one of the incredible restaurants.
DON’T LET THE OLD-FASHIONED STYLE FOOL YOU -- MEDIA IS HARDLY STUCK IN THE PAST!
The first “Fair Trade Town” in America, Media is a national leader in labor standards, promoting fair prices, environmentally sustainable practices, and community investment.
A CONVENIENT HIGHWAY SYSTEM connects residents with easy access to Route 1, Interstate 95, the Blue Route, and other major highways. Meanwhile, the award-winning Rose Tree-Media School District is consistently rated one of the best in the area.
DINING UNDER THE STARS
From May to September, State Street shuts down every Wednesday evening, and visitors are invited to stroll, shop and dine. Several restaurants offer special outdoor seating, live music is provided, and local shops offer special deals and hours of operation.
EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE OF LIVING IN MEDIA and enjoy all that “Everyone’s Hometown” has to offer.Read More ▾
Percentage change from latest quarter vs same time period previous year
Data compiled using 4th quarter 2022 data vs. same period from 2021
Population by Age Level. Median Age 42.27. Households: 3,286.
In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $88,158)
Population by Education Level
Fair Market Rents
Public & Private Institutions Of Learning
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