11 Cheapest Places to Live in New York
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11 Cheapest Places to Live in New York.
New York is a popular state to settle down. Living in the Empire State can, however, be rather costly and a difficult goal for some people to reach. Many people think of New York as “the big city”. There are some areas of the state that are much more affordable. Upstate New York is often overlooked by outsiders as being part of New York at all. There are, in fact, many fascinating and beautiful places to live that are quite affordable. On that note, here are 11 of the cheapest places to live in New York.
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Best and Cheapest Places to Live in New Jersey 2019
Best and Cheapest Places to Live in New Jersey 2019
Video Visit New Jersey in USA
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A tour inside The Five Corners neighborhood in Jersey City, NJ, USA
Welcome to The Five Corners!! A tour inside the Five Corners neighborhood in Jersey City, New Jersey, United States. The Five Corners is the intersection of Newark Ave, Hoboken Ave, and Summit Ave. It has 5 corners. This neighborhood is inside the Journal Square district. This neighborhood is very diverse, and it has a large Filipino population. It has a lot of stores and restaurants, and a library.
Exploring Columbus Circle - A Video Tour Of One Of New York's Landmarks
Video of a walkabout I did around Columbus Circle on 10-24-18. Coincidentally, this video was shot just minutes before the area was evacuated because of a bomb threat at CNN, which is headquartered in Time Warner Center (seen prominently in the pictures here). This video also includes the famous (and increasingly controversial) Columbus statue column, and Trump International Hotel and Tower.
Wellington Hotel -- Video Review -- Great Places To Stay In New York
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There's a lot tolike about the Wellington, not the least of which is its location. This laid-back Midtown property dates back to 1901, near the posh, high-end shops two blocks to the intersection of Fifth Avenue and 57th Street. Carnegie Hall nearby, as is Central Park.
Rooms can best be described as snug and down-to-earth, and include Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Suites add living rooms, minifridges and microwaves. Room service is available.
There's a casual cafe on-site, offering classic American comfort food, and there's also a Greek restaurant. Valet parking is available for a fee.
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My first time visiting Holmdel Park in Holmdel Township, NJ (part of the Monmouth County Park System). A little overcast day but met up with my friend Kevin for some tennis and also did a little walking around before hand. Thanks for watching.
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Madison New Jersey
Get to know the town of Madison New Jersey. Madison is a borough in Morris County, New Jersey, in the United States. MADISON, N.J., is so quaint and charming that people often say the downtown could pass for a movie set — which probably explains why it has done duty as a setting in films like The World According to Garp and The Family Stone, and in episodes of The Sopranos.
But there is much more to Madison than its manicured facade. As home to two colleges — Drew University and Fairleigh Dickinson University's College at Florham — this borough of 16,000 residents, 25 miles west of New York, has an international flavor. And by the end of the summer, the area that includes Madison will gain the New York Jets football team, which is completing a corporate headquarters and training facility in Florham Park, on Madison's western border, and a number of executives and players are expected to become Madison residents.
It's like a little U.N. around here sometimes, and I mean that in a good way, said Adrienne Kern, a mother of two, who has lived here 11 years with her husband, David. People think there are just Wall Streeters living here.
Of course, diversity is a relative term in the suburbs, as revealed by numbers from the 2000 Census — the most recent available: 6 percent of the borough's population counted themselves as Hispanic and 4 percent as Asian. Of the students in Madison schools last year, 7.5 percent cited Spanish as their native language, and 1.7 percent cited Korean.
All of these assets — in addition to Madison's accessibility to Manhattan via New Jersey Transit — have helped buffer real estate prices somewhat, despite the general downturn. The schools are good, and crime is low, Ms. Holden said. The hot topic at the last borough council meeting, she added, was the possibility of changing the Memorial Day parade route.
Yes, Starbucks has moved in, and there is a Jaguar dealership on Main Street. But then again the shops at the center of town, near a tall clock, include an old-time independent pharmacy, a photo shop and a family jeweler. A hot-dog vendor works the sidewalk.
Main Street, in particular, can become crowded, even on days when there are no parades, and Ms. Holden is hoping to get a developer to build a parking garage in the downtown area. (Street parking is not always plentiful.)
It's quiet here, and you can't go out at 2 in the morning and go to the diner, said Jennifer Catrini, a stay-at-home mother. But there's no anonymity here, and a lot of people really like that.
Route 124, or Main Street, runs east-west through town and is lined with grocery stores, car dealerships, restaurants and shops. To the west of the town center is Drew University, on a picturesque wooded campus. The Fairleigh Dickinson campus straddles the border with Florham Park.
The train line runs parallel to Route 124, one or two blocks to the south, and the town hall, the train station and a Presbyterian church, with a pretty white spire, are near one another. Madison could pass (and sometimes has passed, in the movies) for a New England town.
The mix of houses, while relatively heavy on colonials, remains fairly eclectic. Interspersed among the center-hall homes on Prospect Street and its surrounding neighborhood are sprawling brick 1950s and '60s homes and impressive Victorians.
The feel of the town is very pleasant, said Patricia Bowers, a Prudential New Jersey Properties agent based in Verona, because the land surrounding the houses tends to be slightly larger than what you would expect for small colonials.
Madison, named after President James Madison, was nicknamed the Rose City because of a 19th-century rose-growing industry started by wealthy residents drawn to Madison by its location on the Morris & Essex train line. The town's seal includes a rose; its Web site is rosenet.org.
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Elegant gated estate with views of the Potomac River, located in one of the most sought after locations in the Washington DC area, on McLean's Gold Coast. Once belonging to former Secretary of State, Alexander Haig, this Georgian style home encompasses an estimated 11,750 square feet of finished space. The generous room sizes, floor to ceiling windows and doors, along with the stunning renovation opening the kitchen and family room, make this home perfect for formal entertaining. Featuring 6 bedrooms along with 9 bathrooms, a theater room, a new smart home audio visual system, home gym with sauna and parking for up to 20 cars, this beautiful home will make any large family comfortable in their own private retreat.
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Downtown Jersey City is an area of Jersey City, New Jersey, United States, which includes the Historic Downtown and the Waterfront.
Like Historic Downtown, the Waterfront of Jersey City is an area rich in history and full of current development. It is the location of the end of the Morris Canal and there is still a segment of this basin surrounded by Liberty State Park. The giant Colgate Clock, next to the Goldman Sachs Tower reminds people of the industry that used to line the Hudson River on New Jersey's Coast. Many of the names of Jersey City's downtown neighborhoods come from Dutch words or Dutch names from the early inhabitants along the Hudson. Paulus Hook is a quiet mostly residential neighborhood stretching to the west from the Goldman Sachs building. Its main streets are Essex and Morris Streets and its waterfront is along the Morris Canal, where it maintains a walkway which is part of Jersey City's longer waterfront walkway. The Essex Street station on the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail and the development of office buildings to the east have allowed more businesses to line Morris Street including a number of restaurants with outdoor seating. The Paulus Hook and Grove Street neighborhoods, unlike many other redeveloped neighborhoods on the Hudson have undergone the same revitalization with less gentrification. The Newport/Pavonia, Harborside Financial Center and Exchange Place neighborhoods on the waterfront are experiencing significant construction of high-rise towers and with the addition of the Light Rail and more ferry service the area has become a growing destination for businesses, residents and tourists. WALDO (work and live district overlay) is an area that is being redeveloped from its days as a warehouse center to an artist community. It is already home to several galleries and restaurants and development of artist housing, more galleries, a museum and stores are being planned. The former Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Powerhouse is the building that anchors this neighborhood and when it is renovated it will maintain its shell that so many locals are used to seeing. A Trump Plaza is currently being constructed on the property to the south of the Powerhouse. In January 2016, the Federal Aviation Administration gave navigational clearance for construction of a 900-foot (270 m) residential and commercial tower planned by the Chinese Overseas America Corporation, which would succeed the Goldman Sachs Tower as the tallest skyscraper in New Jersey.
Jersey City is the second most populous city in the U.S. state of New Jersey after Newark. It is the seat of Hudson County as well as the county's largest city. As of 2015, the Census Bureau's Population Estimates Program calculated that Jersey City's population was 264,290, with the largest population increase of any municipality in New Jersey since 2010, an increase of about 6.7% from the 2010 United States Census, when the city's population was at 247,597, ranking the city the 75th largest in the nation.
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 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.