The Java’s Brewin at Woodmont

By January 15, 2007 No Comments

Huntingdon Valley, PA – Woodmont, the first and only Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) in Montgomery County, welcomes Java’s Brewin’ to the neighborhood.  Java’s Brewin’ is the quintessential neighborhood coffee shop—a place for Huntingdon Valley to congregate, relax and enjoy a great cup of coffee and more.  Opening is tentatively scheduled for early February 2007.

Java’s Brewin’ offers a variety of gourmet treats, in addition to their delicious coffee drinks.  They are ready to show off their signature monstrous muffins, bagels, panini sandwiches and wraps, salads, soups and pizzas in a relaxed atmosphere.  Java’s Brewin’ will offer free Wi-Fi to all of their customers, so you can stay connected during breakfast or lunch.  Or you can leave your laptop at home or work and bring a magazine, book or newspaper and relax on the comfortable couches.

Co-Owners Grace and Lou Manzi, a husband and wife team, are excited for the opening of their first Java’s Brewin’ café.  They said “Making our experience of becoming store owners even more special is the opportunity to become part of the Woodmont community. We’re extremely eager to become active members of the community and to form productive and lasting relationships with the neighbors.”

Java’s Brewin’ is located in Woodmont on Byberry Road (near Heaton Road) in Huntingdon Valley.  To reach Woodmont from the PA Turnpike, exit at Willow Grove (343) and follow Route 611 south to Fitzwatertown Road and turn left.  Fitzwatertown becomes Terwood Road.  Follow Terwood to Davisville Road and turn left, then continue to Byberry Road and turn right.  Turn left onto Heaton Road and continue to the entrance on the left.  From I-95, exit at Woodhaven Road (24)/Route 63 west and continue past Franklin Mills Mall.  Turn right onto Byberry Road and right on Reading Way.

Woodmont  is the inspiration of Arcadia Land Company, Wayne, PA-based neighborhood developers.  The TND concept is inspired by fine old neighborhoods found in America and Europe where green parks, neighbors and the coffee shop are just a short stroll down tree-lined streets.  Front porches invite relaxed gatherings and kids play games safely on broad sidewalks or explore nearby woods, searching for tiny creatures and climbing tall trees.  The homes of Woodmont represent a carefully created and strictly disciplined architectural mix reminiscent of the great towns of southeastern Pennsylvania, including Chestnut Hill, Doylestown and West Chester.  For more information, visit or

For more details, call Jason Duckworth at 610-687-3100.