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Popular Caldwell Apartments
Caldwell, New Jersey, 07006
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,125 - $1,760
2 Bedrooms$1,930 - $2,100
Caldwell, New Jersey, 07006
2 Bedrooms$1,815 - $1,990
Wayne, New Jersey, 07470
1 Bedroom$1,600 - $2,550
2 Bedrooms$2,125 - $3,050
Florham Park, New Jersey, 07932
1 Bedroom$2,220 - $2,370
2 Bedrooms$2,580 - $3,040
3 Bedrooms$2,705 - $3,355
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Prime Location for an Apartment
The borough of Caldwell, New Jersey is a haven of history, as the town is the birthplace of US President Grover Cleveland who was both the 22nd and the 24th president. Apartments for rent are just a short commute from the big cities of Newark, New Jersey and New York City. Both historical cities have numerous tourist attractions, such as Central Park, flourishing economies full of good-paying jobs, and efficient transit systems to get you wherever you need to go. See what locals have to say about the prime location of Caldwell, New Jersey at our LocalTalk page. Caldwell is self-sufficient with fine schools including Caldwell College, plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment, but being nearby to two big cities like Newark and New York City provides the comfort of convenience to all apartment renters. Peruse through our Apartment Guide to find the perfect place in the area."
Affordable and Convenient
Caldwell is a small town compared to the cities nearby, but it offers affordable apartment prices that are worth taking a look at for any prospective renter. All this info is compiled over hours of research at MyNewPlace.com so click the listings below to delve deeper into info about the apartments for rent in Caldwell, New Jersey. "
A Quality Education in Caldwell, New Jersey
Education in Caldwell is a top priority as the Caldwell - West Caldwell Board of Education and the State of New Jersey Department of Education have worked in conjunction to create a website for families that caters to parents with children in their schools. Addressing issues head on by interfacing with the community involved is a major benefit to children studying in the city. Apartments for rent are a great value for anyone who has a child in the educational system. Plus, once children graduate and are ready for college, they don’t have to go out of state to get a quality college degree because apartments for rent are within walking distance of Caldwell College.
Parks and Recreation in Caldwell, New Jersey
There are several nice community parks in the area such as the 41-acre Grover Cleveland Park that provides renters with attractive places to picnic, play tennis, Bocce Ball, Horseshoes, Shuffleboard, and baseball. Go ice skating (during the winter), fishing, or jogging in the park as well. Plus, the West Essex Reservation in West Caldwell is a 1,360-acre park with a diversely populated wetland to explore and a driving range to dial up your golf swing. Apartments for rent in this area are in a great location for anyone who wants to live an active lifestyle
Big Cities Close Enough to Caldwell, New Jersey
The city of New York is 50 miles west of Caldwell with a cornucopia of thriving businesses providing full-time, high-paying jobs, a handful of great schools such as Columbia University, and a hefty amount of historical monuments such as the Statue of Liberty and Central Park. The city of Newark is just 15 miles to the east, providing additional jobs, great schools, and a rich history, making it a prime destination for those who don’t want to travel to New York for the accommodating qualities of the big-city lifestyle. Apartments for rent here are close enough to these big cities to take advantage of the perks but far enough away to avoid downfalls like traffic and overpopulation.
Caldwell, New Jersey has one-of-a-kind, home-grown dining options available to all renters. After moving in, you’ll be able to experience the unique restaurants that help to dignify the culture of the town. Apartments for rent are nearby to Cloverleaf Tavern which started in the city and has stayed afloat ever since it opened the doors in 1933. Providing a taste that stands the test of time, the Cloverleaf Tavern serves American cuisine with a smile at this family-oriented business. The locally owned businesses environment defines the feel in the city, as citizens pride themselves on giving back to the community and building the city's economy.
Average Apartment Rent in Caldwell, New Jersey
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Caldwell Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Caldwell have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Caldwell apartment was $1,959 in September. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Caldwell rentals listed below.
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