2664 Route 130
Cranbury, NJ 08512
The Levittown Branch opened in October 2008 under Bucks County Bank, and was acquired via merger and officially opened as First Bank on December 4, 2017.
Levittown is recognized as the largest suburb of Philadelphia, PA Levittown, PA was the prototype of post-WWII Suburbia. It was built from 1951 to December 1957 by developer Levitt & Sons, headed by William J. Levitt. The community covered 22 square miles and over 5,500 acres in lower Bucks County.
At the time, it was the largest suburban planned community in the United States. Levitt & Sons built 17,311 single-family homes and the community plan also included churches, schools, swimming pools, and shopping centers. It was inhabited by over 70,000 residents, mostly WWII Veterans and their young families. They came from Philadelphia, New Jersey, and upstate Pennsylvania to realize the American Dream of owning a single family home with a yard in Levittown. Today, the community is laid out much as it was then, sections and uniformly named streets withstanding time.