A suburb of NYC, this medium-sized city in Bergen County offers a great diversity of neighborhoods with classic suburban homes, stately estates on acre-plus lots as well as garden apartment complexes. Nature preserves, various city parks and water activities along the Hackensack River provide an urban feel with many city views.
A notable population of artists and designers amid urban sophisticates gives unique character to this culturally and ethnically diverse community of Bergen County that features affordable neighborhoods, water front parks, and natural areas - along with easy access to NYC by highway or train.
Just 10 miles from New York City, this larger community features city and suburban areas with impressive architectural mansions, entertainment, dining, and shopping venues as well as the rural tranquility and beautiful vistas of the upper northeast region that borders the Passaic River.
Named after President James Garfield, this Bergen county community located just 12 miles west of New York City and situated at the junction of the Passaic and Saddle Rivers, features waterfront homes along its river borders and great fishing for northern pike, rock bass and carp in its nearby lakes and streams.
Located less than 20 miles from midtown New York City, this small Bergen County borough features a number of lakes with distinctive communities, residential neighborhoods and stately homes surrounding them. An excellent public school system, modern library system and recreational facilities make for tranquil living within a short drive of the City.
Offering a balance between suburban living and nearby city attractions, this Passaic County township features lake communities, a distinguished public school system, recreational facilities, local shopping and business centers as well as William Paterson University, one of New Jersey's state universities.
With a strong emphasis on the outdoors, this larger medium-sized city located along the Passaic River features a vast number of parks, offering opportunities for hiking, sightseeing and bicycling on different trails, while still within driving distance to entertainment and attractions in nearby New York City.
With a lower population density than surrounding communities, this largely residential borough of Passaic County - covering an area of approximately 4 square miles - offers residents various outdoor recreational activities including fishing, swimming, boating, camping and hiking at a number of nearly parks – all within the NY metro area.