The 10 Best Places To Live In New Jersey Driving Downtown - Jersey City 2 months ago   08:37

Around The World
The 10 Best Places To Live In New Jersey For 2018.
► Subscribe for latest video ! ►
New Jersey is often associated with a lot of bad things.
The Garden State is accused of having some of the highest taxes in the country. And being too populated.
A land mostly made up of highways, yet traffic is a constant theme here.
The thing is, though, every place has its own ups and downs. And while Jersey has some pretty nasty ones, it is not short of its fair share of plusses.
Like its enviable location – it is possible to work in New York and live in New Jersey; or spend a Saturday in Philadelphia and be back home for dinner.
New Jersey is a beautiful state with plenty of shore towns and beloved diners.
Its rural farmland is a source of fresh local produce that you’ll find displayed on farm stands, albeit mostly in summer.
It is a beautifully diverse state, and a state famous for high-performing public schools, with one of the highest high school graduation rates in the country.
Here are the 10 best places to live in new Jersey for 2018:
1. North Arlington.
2. Princeton.
3. Saddle Brook.
4. Concordia.
5. Clifton.
6. Oradell.
7. Ridgewood.
8. Collingswood.
9. Chatham.
10. Haddonfield.

Thanks for watching this video. I hope it's useful for you.
(This article is an opinion based on facts and is meant as infotainment)
This video is fair use under U.S. copyright law because it is noncommercial and transformative in nature, uses no more of the original than necessary, and has no negative effect on the market for the original work.
Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use." I DO NOT OWN ANY COPYRIGHTS. All rights goes to their respective owners, No copyright infringement intended.

If you have any issue with the content used in my channel or you find something that belongs to you, please SEND ME A MESSAGE and i will DELETE it if you want. Thanks for understanding.

Comments 1434 Comments

Chef Curry
Sheyla Zapata
John Gullo
You absolutely butchered the pronunciation of Collingswood and “Ha-don-field
Try hiring an actual announcer!
John Gullo
Who is this narrator? Sounds like Siri’s sister
Please let South Jersey succeed from the rest of this DUMP. Why do we have to suffer because North Jersey is a Left Wing shit hole that only voted for corrupt Socialist Democrats? If they love Democrats so much let THEM pay for their socialist tax sucking pet projects.
اكرم المضواحي
مذهله جدا
Μανωλης Φιολακης
Εκεί είναι που δεν πρόκειται να ξαναπατησουν ούτε και στην Νέα Ιορκι από εδώ από την Αγγλία!
T. D.
West new York, NJ.
Patrick Schorre
What about Paramus
eramiho ho
tout le monde riche ici
Cam Rubi
The robo voice mentioned new places I never heard of, like “colleeng’s Wood” and “Hod-don Field.”
2nd Commando Regiment
Blacktown is similar to nj
4:03 dude that’s Montclair not Clifton
abby rose
Clifton? Veryyyyyy funny joke
Su tart
I live in Elmwood park and it's safe
Russell MacArthur
Condordia is not a town, its a retirement community in Monroe
Ng M Thao Ng M Thao
beautiful ... thanks you ... !
Rocket Gaming Peterson
Wtf Clifton really
BSM_Dank 2431
The second clip of oradell was not oradell
Rutherford ,Lyndhurst, Hasbrouck Heights
Add Reply

Driving Downtown - Jersey City The 10 Best Places To Live In New Jersey 2 months ago   25:49

Driving Downtown - Jersey City New Jersey USA - Episode 33.
Starting Point: Washington Boulevard -
Jersey City is the second most populous city in the U.S. state of New Jersey after Newark.[22] It is the seat of Hudson County as well as the county's largest city.[23][24] As of 2015, the Census Bureau's Population Estimates Program calculated that Jersey City's population was 264,290,[16] with the largest population increase of any municipality in New Jersey since 2010,[25] an increase of about 6.7% from the 2010 United States Census, when the city's population was at 247,597,[15][26] ranking the city the 75th largest in the nation.[27]

Part of the New York metropolitan area, Jersey City is bounded on the east by the Hudson River and Upper New York Bay and on the west by the Hackensack River and Newark Bay. A port of entry, with 21 miles (34 km) of waterfront[28] and significant rail connections, the city is an important transportation terminus and distribution and manufacturing center for the Port of New York and New Jersey. Financial and service industries as well as direct rapid transit access to Manhattan in New York City have played a prominent role in the redevelopment of the Jersey City waterfront and the creation of one of the nation's largest downtown central business districts.

After a peak population of 316,715 measured in the 1930 Census, the city's population saw a half-century-long decline to a low of 223,532 in the 1980 Census, but since then the city's population has grown, with the 2010 population reflecting an increase of 7,542 (+3.1%) from the 240,055 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 11,518 (+5.0%) from the 228,537 counted in the 1990 Census.

20th and 21st centuries
Beginning in the 1980s, development of the waterfront in an area previously occupied by rail yards and factories helped to stir the beginnings of a renaissance for Jersey City. The rapid construction of numerous high-rise buildings increased the population and led to the development of the Exchange Place financial district, also known as 'Wall Street West', one of the largest banking centers in the United States. Large financial institutions such as UBS, Goldman Sachs, Chase Bank, Citibank, and Merrill Lynch occupy prominent buildings on the Jersey City waterfront, some of which are among the tallest buildings in New Jersey. Simultaneous to this building boom, the light-rail network was developed.[59] With 18,000,000 square feet (1,700,000 m2) of office space, it has the nation's 12th largest downtown.[60]

In November 2015, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made the claim that "thousands and thousands" of Muslims in Jersey City cheered as they watched the Twin Towers burn after their collapse during the September 11 terrorist attacks, and used the unsubstantiated allegation as justification for his proposal that certain mosques in the United States should be monitored by authorities.[61]

City Ordinance 13.097, passed in October 2013, requires employers with ten or more employees to offer up to five paid sick days a year. The bill impacts all businesses employing workers who work at least 80 hours a calendar year in Jersey City.,_New_Jersey