1. Princeton, NJ
Coldwell Banker recently published a list of the 10 best places to live in New Jersey. And which city do you think achieved the highest honor? Answer Princeton, Bravo! Real estate companies announced in July and August this year that home sales increased by more than 30%. Urban dwellers in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Jersey City are driving demand. The reason is easy to understand.
With a diverse population of about 31,000, including many families and young professionals, Princeton does not scream for a small town in the United States (also known as the atmosphere of a small, bustling city). People will find plenty of restaurants, cafes, green spaces, as well as cultural attractions ranging from Moven Museum & Garden to Princeton Battlefield State Park. And, of course, you can't talk about Princeton without mentioning the famous Ivy League University.
2. Montclair, NJ
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