Bloomfield, NJ Apartments

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Traffic & Commuting

Traffic & Commuting

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The Garden State Parkway serves and has an area located within Bloomfield. The ease of access to the highway facilitates travel in the area, as this is a major highway offering convenient entry in both directions as well as connecting routes to other important roadways. The Essex County Toll Plaza is located in Bloomfield, as well as two service areas. Public transportation is also available and easily accessible. Bloomfield has three train stations, Bloomfield Station and Watsessing Avenue Station both serving the Montclair-Boonton Line with service to Hoboken, and the Midtown Direct Line to Penn Station in Midtown Manhattan. The Grove St. Station provides service on the Newark City Subway to Penn Station in Newark. Many of New Jersey Transit bus lines provide service to Newark, as well as local service, and the Go Bus route 28 provides nearly constant service to Newark Liberty International Airport, which is just seven and a half miles from Bloomfield.

 
 
Schools & Education

Schools & Education

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Bloomfield Public School District serves grades kindergarten through twelve. Bloomfield has eight elementary schools, which serve students in kindergarten through eighth grade: Berkeley, Brookdale, Carteret, Demarest, Fairview, Franklin, Oak View, and Watsessing. Bloomfield Middle School accommodate grades seven and eight, and Bloomfield High School grades nine through twelve. Forest Glen School is for students in grades seven through twelve with special requirements, offering individualized programs. Bloomfield Technical High School is also public, and offers academic lessons as well as occupational instruction. Bloomfield Technical was awarded the Blue Ribbon Award of Excellence in the 2009/2010 school year, the highest honor given by the U.S. Department of Education. St.Thomas the Apostle School is a private Catholic School located in Bloomfield, serving students in kindergarten through eighth grade. As for after high school, Bloomfield College is available. It is a liberal arts college associated with the Presbyterian Church, which has around 2,000 students per term.

 
Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

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According to statistics from the 2010 Census, the potential employment for Bloomfield was reportedly 36,000, with only 23,000 positions filled. The unemployment rates were 2.35% for women, and 3.54% for men, figures which are both almost exactly the national average. Around 7% of Bloomfield’s population was reported to be below the poverty line, another average figure. 81% of jobs in Bloomfield are considered white collar, the majority being of sales and office. This leaves 19% blue collar positions, 11% of which are transportation, material moving and production. The annual median income for households in Bloomfield, in 2010, was $62,831. All of these figures are relatively average compared to other cities in New Jersey as well as in the United States. There is plenty of industry in Bloomfield, including 5 employment agencies (Adecco has an office in Bloomfield, and can be accessed at adeccousa.com).

 
 
Recreation

Recreation

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The Bloomfield Department of Recreation offers programs for all ages and many areas of interest. The department offers many of the activities you might expect, including baseball, softball, soccer, football, and cheerleading, as well as some unexpected ones, such as wiffle ball, chess, magic, and introduction to rock music instruments. Bloomfield is very interested in keeping the arts thriving in New Jersey and in their community. For that reason, they have organized the Bloomfield Arts League, which offers classes to adults and children from beginner to advanced in many mediums including watercolors, oil painting, pastel, drawing and more. The Bloomfield Music Federation is another way the township supports the arts, encouraging residents of all ages to explore their talents and interests by taking lessons and joining the town band. The Recreation Department also holds events throughout the year, such as frequent concerts in the park, holiday celebrations, and town picnics. Details on all events and programs can be found at bloomfieldtwpnj.com under the Departments quick links, under recreation.

 
 

We Have 7,042 Bloomfield, NJ Apartment Listings


 
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thumbnail 2 Bed $1,850 52 Greenbrook Drive, Bloomfield, NJ November 25th
thumbnail 1 Bed $975 719 Broad Street, Bloomfield, NJ November 25th
thumbnail 3 Bed $1,900 22 Daka Court, Bloomfield, NJ November 25th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,200 35 Osborne Street, Bloomfield, NJ November 25th
thumbnail 3 Bed $2,200 288 Broughton Avenue, Bloomfield, NJ November 25th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,100 Bloomfield, NJ June 13th
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $1,025 - $1,225 249 Belleville Avenue, Bloomfield, NJ November 24th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,850 207 Broad Street, Bloomfield, NJ November 25th
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $995 - $1,410 935 Broad Street, Bloomfield, NJ November 24th
thumbnail 1 Bed $975 Bloomfield, NJ June 13th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
One $975 - $1,100
One - Two $975 - $1,300
One $1,000
One $975
One $925 - $975
Studio - Two $900 - $1,300
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Nearby Cities & Towns


 
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Nutley 1.6mi 7,350
Belleville 1.7mi 7,681
Montclair 1.8mi 6,191
East Orange 3.7mi 7,038
Orange 3.7mi 6,225
Lyndhurst 3.7mi 7,911
Clifton 3.9mi 6,620
West Orange 4.2mi 4,276
Passaic 4.7mi 7,041
Harrison 5.0mi 7,753
Newark 5.2mi 7,596
Kearny 5.3mi 7,996

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