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“A Walkable Place With One Notable Shortcoming” – The New York Times on Living in River Edge

“With impeccable streets, well-regarded schools and a quick commute to Manhattan, most residents say they don’t miss having a proper downtown”.So describes a New York Times headline on living in River Edge.This interesting piece captures what draws us to this place we call home. It also smartly targets the lack of downtown – something many of us have advocated for a long time – especially as the Cherry Hill Shopping Center on Main Street was demolished and turned into a 21st century strip mall. We save that discussion for a different place and time.For now, we call The New York Times article to your attention. It is worth your consideration.
Photo credit: The New York Times

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