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Horizon Associates Group

1060 1st Ave, Ste 400
King of Prussia, PA 19406

(866) 638-7848

Driving to Our Office

If you’re coming from the north, take US-422 E until you get to the exit for Valley Forge. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for PA-23 E, and turn left onto PA-23 E/W Valley Forge Rd. Turn right onto Moore Rd, take the second left, and you’ll see our building on the left.

If you’re coming from the south, take I-476 N until you get to exit 16B, at which point you’ll merge onto I-76 W toward Valley Forge. Continue on I-76 W until you get to exit 327-328A-328B. Take exit 328A on the left for US-202 S, and keep left at the fork to continue toward Mall Blvd. Merge onto Mall Blvd, then turn right onto N Gulph Rd. Take another right onto 1 st Ave, followed by a left onto Moore Rd. Take the first right, and you’ll see our building.

1060 1st Ave, Ste 400 King of Prussia, PA 19406

What’s Nearby

King of Prussia Mall

Cabrini College

Valley Forge National Historical Park

In the 18 th century, it was common practice for towns to be named after their best-known landmarks. So was King of Prussia named after the King of Prussia Inn, which was in turn named after Frederick II of Prussia. George Washington stayed at the King of Prussia Inn in 1777, and his troops spent a fateful winter at nearby Valley Forge.

Today, more than 20,000 people live in King of Prussia. Though the King of Prussia Inn has been moved from its original location, it’s still operational and open to the public. King of Prussia’s other claim to fame is its enormous mall—the largest in the country in terms of retail space.