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Haddon Township, New Jersey, 08108
Studio/1 Bedroom$935 - $1,590
2 Bedrooms$1,365 - $1,695
3 Bedrooms$1,715 - $2,175
Haddon Heights, New Jersey, 08035
1 Bedroom$915 - $920
2 Bedrooms$1,200 - $1,220
Oaklyn, New Jersey, 08107
Studio/1 Bedroom$550 - $2,175
2 Bedrooms$1,000 - $1,355
Maple Shade, New Jersey, 08052
1 Bedroom$949 - $1,175
2 Bedrooms$1,294 - $1,585
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Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Cherry Hill has a population of 70,000 and is situated in the Delaware Valley only five miles from Philadelphia. It is largely an upscale area and acts as a residential area for many professionals who commute to Philadelphia, Princeton, Camden and Trenton.The city always makes it into the best places to live lists, and is considered very safe.While there are excellent mass transit links to the major cities and decent bus service in town, you'll probably want to own a car and should keep that in mind when searching for your Cherry Hill apartment.
A Day at the Races
Cherry HIll has 49 public parks and recreational facilities and is also home to the Garden State Park horse racing. There are plenty of golf courses nearby and also access to biking and running trails. The Cherry Hill Mall is world famous as one of the first indoor mega-malls. With the proximity to Philadelphia, you'll have easy access to some of the best museums and performing arts venues in the country. Cherry Hill is all about quality of life!
Once ensconced in your Cherry Hill apartment, you'll want to get out and get to know some of the area restaurants. The cuisines are varied and you'll find plenty to choose from. Oh Yoko! may have a funny name but the sushi is seriously first rate and locally owned. Norma's is very nice for Middle Eastern food, and there's even a bellydancer on weekends. Caffe Aldo Lamberti is excellent Italian and recently renovated. It's very popular. If you need a diner, check out Kaminski's or the Silver Diner. Both are reputable and good for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Quiet Evenings Out
Elephant and Castle and PJ Whelihan's are both very popular pubs, and you might want to check them out once you get into your Cherry Hill apartment. The Coastline is a restaurant but also has a large bar area as well as live music some nights. Taylor's is the best local sports bar and is a great place to meet new people. Cherry Hill is fairly quiet when it comes to dive bars or night clubs but with Philadelphia just down the road, those are accessible too.
Average Apartment Rent in Cherry Hill, New Jersey
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Cherry Hill Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Cherry Hill have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In December the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Cherry Hill apartment cost $1,236. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Cherry Hill apartment was $1,556 in December. The average apartment rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in December was $2,267. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Cherry Hill rentals listed below.
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How is the nightlife in CherryHill?
Considered an "edge city" of Philadelphia, Cherry Hill is located just five miles outside the city limits, but this bedroom community boasts a bustling nightlife all its own. Seasons 52, situated on Route 38, is the local wine bar with an elegant interior, reasonably priced entrees, and yummy, health-conscious food. For posh drinks and innovative sushi served within a chic atmosphere, head to Swanky Bubbles located on Evesham Road. For a casual night out in Cherry Hill stop by Cous Cous Moroccan Cuisine and Hookah Bar, Breaker's Billiard Center, Elephant Castle Pub and Restaurant, or Sarcasm Comedy Club for some top-notch live comedic acts.
Is Cherry Hill a town where I'll need a car to get around?
No, residents of Cherry Hill have considerable access to public transportation making it easy to get around in town and out of town to nearby cities like Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York, DC, and Atlantic City without the use of a car. The Port Authority Transit Company, or PATCO, is the region's high speed rail network offering fast, comfortable, and reliable trains with 13 stations between New Jersey and Philadelphia. Also serving the area, the NJ Transit system is a network of buses and rail trains with dozens of routes and a station conveniently located right in Cherry Hill. A local Amtrak station is also in town, bringing passengers to Philly, Trenton, and many other out-of-town destinations.
Is Cherry Hill a good place for families?
Based on safety and quality of education, Cherry Hill is a great place for families. With a crime index of 28 out of 100, the crime rate in Cherry Hill is noticeably lower than the average when compared to other communities of similar population size. As far as education is concerned, the schools in Cherry Hill are excellent. The city is served by Cherry Hill Township School District, which was rated as better than 75.4 percent of school districts in New Jersey and 94.7 percent of school districts in the US.
Is the cost of living in Cherry Hill higher relative to surrounding areas or other cities?
Compared to the rest of the country, the cost of living in Cherry Hill is 16 percent higher than the US average. To the north, Cherry Hill Mall is 2 percent cheaper than Cherry Hill, and Erlton-Ellisburg is 1 percent cheaper than Cherry Hill. To the southeast, however, Greentree is 14 percent more expensive than Cherry Hill, and Springdale is 5 percent more expensive than Cherry Hill. Ashland to the south is 3 percent cheaper than Cherry Hill, and Haddonfield to the southwest is 18 percent more expensive than Cherry Hill. The cost of living in Cherry Hill, therefore, is higher than some surrounding towns, but not all.
Are there any quiet neighborhoods in Cherry Hill?
Barclay Farm is one of Cherry Hill's quiet neighborhoods. It's a suburban area consisting mostly of single-family, medium-sized homes, and lies in the central part of town. Other neighborhoods similar to Barclay Farm include Willowdale and Springdale, both of which are located south of Barclay Farm, and New Jersey Tpke / Kresson Rd, which lies to the southwest. Greentree is also known for its relatively low noise levels.