A home is much more than brick and mortar. It’s an overall lifestyle environment you and your family can enjoy. Visit these blogs to learn more about all the exciting events and activities taking place in some of the New York Metropolitan area’s finest residential locations!
Bayonne FYI: The City of Bayonne is on its way to become Hudson County’s next residential hotspot by taking advantage of its s proximity to mass transportation, waterfront location and small town charm.
JerseyCity FYI: This Hudson County, NJ City is one of the state’s fastest growing municipalities. Check out what’s happening from its bustling waterfront to historic neighborhoods.
GoldCoastNorth FYI: Stretching from Weehawken to Ft. Lee, New Jersey’s Hudson River “Gold Coast” is a diverse mix of upscale neighborhoods, quaint downtown centers and scenic beauty. With so much to do, it’s a recreational, cultural and entertainment paradise.
Harrison FYI: Harrison, NJ, minutes from New York City via PATH service, has emerged as one of the most popular destinations for residential living within a short commute to Manhattan. Upscale communities mix with boutiques, shops, restaurants and more to create a chic urban environment.
Hudson Valley FYI: Stretching from Westchester County north, this peaceful and tranquil region offers a wealth of recreational pursuits, entertainment, culture, local fairs and festivals and historic American treasures.
Lehigh Valley FYI: Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA-NJ metropolitan area is referred to colloquially as The Valley. Big enough to hold all the interests of your family and friends. Small enough to get around easily.
Live Morristown: The City’s storied past blends with modern lifestyle amenities around its popular Morristown Green where new shops, activities and events are happening year round.
Princeton FYI: The famed Princeton University serves as a centerpiece to this Mercer County Borough often cited as one of New Jersey’s best places to live.
StatenIsland FYI: This New York City Borough is undergoing a major renaissance as new residential development and retail opportunities emerge along its waterfront.