Where to live in New Jersey

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Trenton

4/5
Ranked 1st best city in New Jersey

"Historic tree filled jewel in Trenton, NJs western section."

- vodka141
Cadwalader Heights is a 105 year old neighborhood, designed (along with the nearby Cadwalader Park) by Frederick Law Olmstead, the designer of New York City's Central Park. Full of large and small ho...
40.2245799314592 -74.7590701304265

Hoboken

3.5/5
Ranked 2nd best city in New Jersey

"A very nice place to live."

- Shannon081704
The houses on this street are amazing. Very high dollar homes and nice little restaraunts there as well. I enjoyed it. I would have to say that these homes on this street are probably the best you can...
40.7465179511717 -74.0336041538665

Newark

2.5/5
Ranked 3rd best city in New Jersey

"One of the prettiest neighborhoods in Newark! Spacious apart..."

- valerialinch
It has a really classic neighborhood feel. Best for families or couples planning to start a family. There isnt much of a nightlife, but there are a few restaurants and shops on Bloomfield Ave. Also ne...
40.737612377004 -74.1912767740519

Princeton

2.5/5
Princeton
Ranked 4th best city in New Jersey

"Great Street for People of all Ages!"

- Macsizzle
Chambers Street is a great street filled with businesses and shops. You could find anything ranging from Dentists offices to the Bank of Princeton to great restaurants, namely the Indian food restaura...
40.3521700682682 -74.6566992847499

Jersey City

2.5/5
Ranked 5th best city in New Jersey

"Best for tight budgets and commuters"

- LeahMarie
I have two school-aged children (in different schools) and I've been sorely disappointed with the quality of the schools, not the education per say but the school systems. As a whole, I find the staff...
40.7301409013505 -74.058608859065
Ranked 6th best city in New Jersey

"Suburban yet Current"

- Macsizzle
Unlike its neighbors, this street is very nice to look at and its buildings all share a very unique architectural design. The trees on this street are magnificent. Princeton is one of the prettiest ci...
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Unranked Cities

Atlantic City

"Great place to Eat, Party and Shop!"

- Citygrl
Tons of outlet shops at the Walk, and high end boutiques at The Pier. There is such a selection of restaurants in the city, from Buddakan to the little New England Hot Dog cart. Inside the casinos a...
39.3837126759654 -74.4658210477492

"A lovely place to live"

- advisor2008
Cherry Hill, NJ is considered a very prestigious to live. If the property taxes are an indicator then this must be true!!! Out 100 -- Cherry Hill, NJ is listed #47 for the best places to live. Centr...
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Bayonne

2/5

"eclectic block"

- bron1974
all types reside on this block from struggling welfare recipients to multi-millionaires. the area is also ethnically mixed with egyptians, caucasians, hispanics, and blacks. it's absolutely quiet at n...
40.6653102350719 -74.1117884255959

"Wonderfull place to raise a family. Blue Ribbon OakView Scho..."

- bloomfield
Very quiet neighborhood. Near Shoping and Transportation. Blue Ribbon OakView School. Wonderfull place to raise a family. Feal like belonging to a big family.
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Bordentown

2.5/5

"Quiet town, but pleasant."

- Paco
Bordentown is a nice town little town. The interior has a great small-town feel, while the more suburban areas are quieter. Theres a newer shopping area right in town and lots of shopping just a 5-1...
40.1516859252953 -74.7100954244651

Browns Mills

2.5/5

"Military Town"

- Bonny08731
This town is basically military families as Fort Dix takes up most of the town. It's a transient town mainly made up of military families living off base who's assignments may be for years or months....
39.9691585314856 -74.5684344459856

Butler

4/5

"Great lane shortly off Rt 23; quite and neighborly"

- Peg
It's the best of both worlds. Somewhat out in the country, yet accessible enough.. to schools, hospitals and stores . Great wide street that runs into a dead end. There's only local neighbor traffi...
41.0049004226385 -74.3373440043662

Camden

3.5/5

"The Safest Neighborhood in Camden"

- MikesOnBikes
I lived here in the Rutgers dorms for a year. I got to know the neighborhood well since I didn't have a car. You'll find the Riversharks Stadium on the banks of the Delaware River; Rutgers, Camden Cou...
39.9279800775354 -75.0984705167257

"Penns Grove's best kept secret."

- bikermom73
With less than ten houses, this street is tucked away in the Penn's Grove/Carneys Point area. Houses are on one side of the street, and woods are on the other. Although tucked away, it is centrally...
39.7025869410857 -75.470372455591

Carteret

4/5

"Perfect place for a family on a budget"

- Adgate26
This little neighborhood in the surrounding Staten Island area is a perfect place for the money you would spend on living their. The homes are very nice, and the schools seem to be in very good shape....
40.5909447432291 -74.2341368839849

"A great place to live."

- cedar
Very nice street to live on, close to all the amenities of Montclair yet Cedar Grove taxes.
40.8619877430881 -74.2277852214269

Chatham

0.5/5

"A terrible place to live"

- ihatechatham
worst town in the united states, all snobs and nosey pricks, dont move here
40.7388434646477 -74.3801011055421

"Very busy road especially during the holidays!"

- advisor2008
Church Rd can be a very busy road especially during the holidays! If you live off any side street associated with this road you'll need patience. Yet, it's the main way that gets you out of the commun...
39.939339349124 -75.0007605468909

"Great Place to Live"

- Perez925
Very close to the major highway, though there really is no public transportation in this part of NJ so you better have a car. Safe neighborhood, would recommend with children. Great places to eat off...
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