Custom home building in North Caldwell NJ is popular perhaps due to the fact that it is Tony Soprano’s hometown in the classic HBO show The Sopranos. However, being located conveniently near several major cities including New York City and Jersey City has also made home building in North Caldwell, NJ quite popular. Thanks to the location, employment opportunities are high for residents with an extremely high per capita income. It is a very safe town with one of the lowest crime rates in the entire state, allowing you to stroll through the town at ease.
The borough of North Caldwell is a small, tight-knit community of just over 6,000 people and is perfect for families. The annual Town Picnic, held at the town pool, includes food, drinks, games, live music and is always a great time. They even have a Newcomer’s Night each year to welcome their newest neighbors. Families with children are attracted to North Caldwell because the school system is well above average.
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From New York City (24 miles):
Take the Holland Tunnel toward US-1 N / U.S. 9 N. Take the NJ-3 W exit to US-46 W. After half a mile, take the Great Notch exit and stay on Notch Rd. as it turns into Long Hill Rd, then make a left onto Jacobus Ave. Turn right onto County Rte 612 and continue on E Lindsley Rd.
From Newark (13.5 miles):
Take I-280 W toward The Orange to exit 7 PI toward Verona/Millburn. Make a slight right onto Pleasant Valley Way and continue straight on Lakeside Ave. Turn left onto Morningside Rd, right onto Forest Ave and left onto Bloomfield Ave. After about three-quarters of a mile turn right onto Mountain and then left onto E. Greenbrook Rd. after two miles.