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Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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Newark has the second-highest rate of households without automobiles, after only New York City. It is a hub of public transportation for both its industry and access to New York. There are 3 train stations within Newark. Newark Penn Station is located just east of downtown, operating a PATH (Port Authority Trans-Hudson) line which connects to Manhattan, 3 commuter rail lines, and AmTrak service to Philadelphia and Washington D.C. The Newark Broad Street Station, just 1 mile from Penn Station, runs 2 commuter rail lines, and is connected to Penn Station by the Newark Light Rail System, which operates underground and travels to multiple other destinations in New Jersey, such as Bloomfield and Belleville. The Newark Liberty International Airport Station connects all locations on the Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast Lines with the airport, and services all stops between. New Jersey Transit provides Newark with 38 bus lines servicing cities and destinations all over New Jersey and into New York, as well as 2 for specified locations Atlantic City and Six Flags. GoBus 25 and 28 also serve Newark, and of course there are numerous cab companies. Public transportation in Newark is extremely convenient and the choice means of travel for the majority of residents.

Schools & Education

Schools & Education

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Newark Public Schools is the largest public school system in New Jersey. It is considered an Abbott, or SDA District, based on the requirements of the NJ School Development Authority to provide funding for all building and renovation projects. These determinations are based on student grades and test scores, of which Newark is among the lowest in the state with the exception of Science Park High School. The single high school has received multiple awards and recognition, and is dedicated to college-bound high school students that are interested in math and science. In 2010, Mark Zuckerberg donated $100 million to the district, in hopes things will turn around. There are 48 elementary schools, 5 middle schools, 3 secondary (7-8 only), and 11 high schools in the Newark Public School system. There are also 3 Catholic high schools in the city. The University Heights district of Newark is home to Rutgers University, Seton Hall School of Law, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, and Essex County College.

Local Events

Local Events

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The City of Newark sponsors many special events throughout the year, from sporting events and concerts to art festivals and parades. The Newark Performing Arts Center sponsors many of these activities; Sounds of the Summer is a weekly musical performance event featuring many different types of music, from turntables to reggae, which turns into a party at night. The city hosts various informative community events, including learning for children and a Family Financial Fair. The Newark Museum holds art workshops, tours, and an Annual Black Film Festival. Newark also has its annual Pride Week, in which the residents hold fashion shows, community discussion on religious and sexual identity beliefs and more to bring the community together. All of Newark’s special events can be found at, along with other community information.



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There is no shortage of nightlife in Newark in terms of availability and variety. It’s the largest city in New Jersey and in a huge metropolis area; it delivers. Newark has less of the fist-pumping clubs of the Hudson coast, and more of a variety of unique, enjoyable clubs. Rio Lounge has a full bar and hip hop dance floor. Hell’s Kitchen is a different kind of dance club, and offers entertainment such as a burlesque show on Thursdays. Arena is a sports bar that becomes a dance club late night, and is 18+, as is QxT’s, which plays mellow, moveable rock. For more of a pub feel, MMM Bello's is a popular and relaxed spot, with a jukebox, and a chock full bar. In fact, they offer 100 taps, and reward you with things like permanent stool privileges and drink deals for trying each one. Nightlife in Newark is refreshing and interesting, and there’s plenty of it.


We Have 8,560 Newark, NJ Apartment Listings

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thumbnail 2 Bed $2,150 11-15 Clinton, Newark, NJ December 6th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,750 111 Mulberry Street, Newark, NJ November 15th
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $1,578 - $3,231 1180 Raymond Boulevard, Newark, NJ December 8th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,600 111 Mulberry Street, Newark, NJ November 28th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,150 91 Halsey Street, Newark, NJ December 6th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $900 - $1,550 10 Hill Street, Newark, NJ December 8th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,150 - $2,250 Newark, NJ June 13th
thumbnail 0 Bed $2,400 246 Mulberry Street, Newark, NJ December 6th
thumbnail 3 Bed $1,000 Newark, NJ June 13th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,895 999 Broad Street, Newark, NJ December 8th
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Apartment Complexes

Name Bedrooms Price Range
One - Three $709 - $1,339
Studio - Three $750 - $1,500
Three $135
Three $850
Three $1,100
One - Two $695 - $795
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Nearby Cities & Towns

Name Dist. Available Apartments
Harrison 1.0mi 8,743
East Orange 2.6mi 7,723
Kearny 3.0mi 9,094
Irvington 3.3mi 6,675
Orange 4.0mi 6,610
Hillside 4.0mi 6,491
Belleville 4.2mi 8,550
South Orange 4.8mi 4,807
Jersey City 5.1mi 9,134
Maplewood 5.1mi 4,413
Lyndhurst 5.2mi 8,972
Bloomfield 5.2mi 7,510

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