Category: Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods Morristown
2004 Nov Morristown

It would be difficult to find an area of New Jersey that isn't steeped in cultural history. The northeastern seaboard saw the majority of the United States' growth at our country's inception and, it's no wonder that "The Military Capital…

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Neighborhoods New Brunswick
2004 Oct New Brunswick

The fastest growing small city in New Jersey may also be one of the most livable. The decades-old cooperation of government, academia, and the private sector have made New Brunswick a cultural, industrial, and educational hub for New Jer…

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Neighborhoods Trenton
2004 Jul Trenton

When someone mentions Trenton, most people probably just think of the city of just under half a million souls as the seat of New Jersey's state government—maybe as a former industrial hub of the Northeast, if they know their history—and …

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Neighborhoods A Look at Fort Lee
2004 May A Look at Fort Lee

Though it's famously said that all roads lead to Rome, the members of the Fort Lee, New Jersey Chamber of Commerce beg to differ. According to them, "There is an undisputed fact known throughout New Jersey: All roads lead to Fort Lee—The…

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Neighborhoods Edison
2004 Mar Edison

Home to both modern-day commuters and the namesake of one of the greatest inventors in U.S. history, Edison, New Jersey is a growing mini-city a stone's throw of both Manhattan's gilded skyscrapers and the rural areas of the Garden State…

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Neighborhoods The Resurgence of Jersey City
2004 Jan The Resurgence of Jersey City

Jersey City knows something about bouncing back. With property values rising steadily, a steady influx of retail stores, trendy restaurants and the arrival of some of the corporate world's heaviest heavyweights, Jersey City has become a …

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