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New Jersey Quick Statistics
New Jersey has the highest population density of any state. Nicknamed the Garden State, it is ranked as the 11th most populous state in the United States and the second wealthiest state in the US according to the US Census Bureau. Its economy is primarily industrial with concentration in the areas of chemicals, oil, pharmaceuticals, instruments, machinery, electrical goods, and apparel.
Population 2008: 8,682,661 (Ranked 11th in the US)
Nickname: Garden State
Estimated Median Household Income: $64,470
Average Apartment Rental Market Snapshot in New Jersey:
One Bed: $1130
Two Bed: $1454
Three Bed: $1911
Newark: 273,5467 people
Jersey City: 240,055 people
Paterson: 149,222 people
Elizabeth: 120,568 people
Newark is the largest city in New Jersey and has a metro population of 18,818,536 people. Its downtown area is home to the New Jersey Performing Arts Center with a wide range of visiting artists such as Sting, N’ Sync, Yo Yo Ma, and the Vienna Boys’ Choir to name a few. In addition, the city has built a baseball stadium for the Newark Bears and the Prudential Center for the New Jersey Devils. 300 types of businesses support Newark’s economy which include many retail, wholesale establishments, and major banks. Companies like International Discount Telecommunications, Horizon Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Jersey, Net2Phone, and Prudential Financial are all Newark based companies.
Avg. Rental Rate in the Newark Area
One Bed: $908
Two Bed: $1,192
Three Bed: $1,300
Jersey City sits across from Lower Manhattan and is part of the New York metropolitan area. Recently there have been many developments to increase housing and shopping areas to compliment the transportation system that can bring many residents to the many businesses nearby. Jersey City is ethnically diverse within its ten districts and each one has a very unique architectural style. The most popular neighborhoods in Jersey include Hamilton Park, Downtown – Van Vorst Park, Paulus Hook, Harsimus Cove, and Colgate Center. New Jersey City University and Saint Peter’s College are part of New Jersey’s education system. Famous attractions include Ellie Island, the Statue of Liberty, Katyn Memorial, and Colgate Clock.
Avg. Rental Rate in Jersey City Area
One Bed: $1346
Two Bed: $1617
Three Bed: $1806