New Britain History and Amenities

New Britain Township was founded in 1723 and celebrated its 275th birthday in 1998.The current U.S. Route 202 corridor was a main route for travelers as early as 1730. In 1778, George Washington’s troops are said to have marched through the Township on their way to Monmouth, New Jersey from their camp at Valley Forge.

Since that time, New Britain Township has grown in terms of residential housing and commercial development while maintaining its’ rich history and feel.

Butler Avenue Office Center located in New Britain, on East Butler Avenue offers an exceptional location for business in Bucks County. Located on East Butler Ave, US Route 202, only 2 miles from Doylestown Bypass Rt 611, and 14 Miles from the PA Turnpike, it is conveniently located to both business and residential communities offering a tremendous marketplace for growth. Just 25 minutes from Trenton and 40 minutes from Center City Philadelphia, Butler Avenue Office Center offers a unique corporate setting in the heart of Historic Bucks County.

Amenities include:

1 mile drive to assorted restaurants, grocery, pharmacy shopping

Relevant Links:

New Britain Township Bucks County Economic Development Corporation

New Britain Borough Route 202 Bypass

 

Demographics

2008          1 mi.     3 mi.    5 mi.

DAY POP.      4,263        31,017     75,010

HOMES         1,380         14,121     35,958

AVG. INC.     $99,737    $103,177   $102,145