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Popular River Edge Apartments
River Edge, New Jersey, 07661
1 Bedroom$1,355 - $1,485
Englewood, New Jersey, 07631
1 Bedroom$1,550 - $1,925
2 Bedrooms$1,945 - $2,345
3 Bedrooms$2,530 - $2,855
Saddle Brook, New Jersey, 07663
1 Bedroom$1,260 - $1,495
2 Bedrooms$1,405 - $1,665
Westwood, New Jersey, 07675
1 Bedroom$1,919 - $2,406
2 Bedrooms$2,435 - $3,114
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If you are married and need a spacious apartment in River Edge there are a lot of spots - whether you are searching in the early fall or any other time of the year. You can easily find family friendly apartments in River Edge using MyNewPlace and searching for apartment amenities like a storage facility.
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Life at the River's Edge
River Edge is a small borough in northeastern New Jersey. It's close to the Hudson River and on the western bank of the Hackensack River. There are around 11,000 people who live in River Edge, making it small enough that newcomers will find it easy to get to know both the borough and the neighbors.
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Moving into Town
Apartment renters may have some trouble finding an apartment in River Edge. Apartments in this town are highly sought after and few and far between. Fortunately for renters, those apartments that do open up in town aren't priced through the roof. You’ll typically see small to medium sized apartment buildings with units from one to two bedrooms. Ready for the numbers? Take a look at the table above to see what places are currently renting for in River Edge.
Getting to Know the Neighbors
Renters in River Edge can get to know their neighbors through a number of fun events and activities held in town. One of the best ways to meet new people when you first arrive is to sign up to play on a local sports team. You don't need to be an athlete to join the fun for a few games of softball or soccer in River Edge. You don't even really need to know how to play. The leagues are made with beginners in mind and the friendly people of River Edge are always happy to help you learn how to throw or kick a ball so that it goes in the direction it's supposed to. The town also organizes races, holiday celebrations, and community gatherings throughout the year to keep everyone active, spirited, and happy.
Take a Walk on the Wild Side
There aren't too many small towns in New Jersey that come complete with their own zoos and River Edge is one of the few. Okay, the Bergen County Zoo may not technically be in town but it's walking distance from quite a few apartments in River Edge. Animal lovers will enjoy heading into the park to watch the exotic animals snooze while excited kids look on. Though it's a small zoo, its focus on conservation is helping boost wild populations of endangered animals across the country and around the world. Pretty cool!
Big City Living
Though there are plenty of things to do in River Edge, apartment renters who are looking for a little nightlife (or, as the case may be, an excess of it) can cross into New York to spend an evening in the City that Never Sleeps. In New York City, residents of River Edge can catch a Broadway show, dine in some of the most famous restaurants in the nation, cheer on the Yankees as they defeat their rivals once again, or simply get swept away by the enormity and fun of the city. For an easy weekend getaway, renters can even spend a night or two in New York to recharge their batteries on neon lights and late night dance parties.
The Great Outdoors
They don't call New Jersey The Garden State for nothing. Renters from River Edge will have ample opportunities to enjoy the beauty of nature without having to go far from home. The Van Saun County Park located just on the western edge of town, has tennis courts, walking trails, picnic areas, a fishing pond, and a number of sports fields. Kids (or the young at heart) can enjoy taking a ride on the carousel or on a real pony if they've brought along a few extra dollars. The banks of the Hackensack River are also great places for residents to go if they're hoping to catch a few fish for dinner. Even if the fish aren't biting, the river's edge still offers renters the opportunity to meet a few cool people in River Edge.
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What kinds of outdoor activities are either in or around River Edge?
There are many parks in and around River Edge, including Saddle River County Park, among others. Emerson Woods Preserve is located on the Oradell Reservoir and features 19 acres of forest land. To the east of River Edge along the banks of the Hudson River, Palisades Interstate Park offers fishing, crabbing, boating, cycling, and hiking. For more hiking and camping opportunities, head north to Harriman State Park or west to High Point State Park.
Is River Edge pet friendly?
Although it's not home to any off-leash dog parks, River Edge is still fairly pet-friendly. This is because there are many parks in the area where you can take your pets as long as they are kept on leash. These include Paramus' Van Saun Park, Fireman's Park, Petruska Park, and Waymele Park. With 577 acres and many hiking trails, Rochelle Park's Saddle River County Park is one of the best places around for spending time outdoors with pets, as are Emerson Woods, which is located about 15 minutes northeast of River Edge in Emerson, and Palisades State Park, which is located about 20 minutes east of River Edge in Alpine.