Orange, NJ Apartments

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Renter Friendly

Renter Friendly

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The average renter to owner ratio in the country is 30% renter to 63% owner. Contrary to national and New Jersey state averages, Orange is comprised of 71% renter, 25% owner. Based on those figures, Orange would be considered very renter friendly. When compared to seven surrounding cities, Orange sat right in the middle in terms of rental rates, at around $900 for a one-bedroom apartment. At 4 miles from Newark and 14 miles from New York City, these rates are great. Orange is ideal for a renter who hopes to commute to nearby cities.

 
 
Schools & Education

Schools & Education

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Orange Board of Education serves students in prekindergarten through high school. The district is one of 31 Abbott Districts in New Jersey, also known as SDA schools, based on the requirement that the NJ School Development Authority, using state funding, grants and oversees all necessary building and renovation projects. These requirements are given to schools based on their students’ grades and testing results. Orange has eight elementary schools: Central, Cleveland Avenue, and Lincoln Avenue Schools serve grades K-6, Oakwood Avenue, Forest Street, and Heywood Avenue Schools serve grades PreK-6, Park Avenue School serves K-7, and Rosa Parks School grades K-8. Orange Preparatory School is for middle school students, grades 7 and 8, and Orange High School serves all high school students, grades 9-12.

 
Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

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Statistics based on the 2010 Census reported the potential for employment in Orange was 23,418, while the civilian total employed within the city was only 12,750. The unemployment rate in Orange is around 12%, a much higher rate than New Jersey totals as well as averages for the United States. In 2010, the median income was $40,800. A per capita income rate of $19,800 left 18% of the population of Orange below the poverty line. 73% of jobs in Orange are considered white collar, with the majority being sales and office, leaving 27% blue collar opportunities. There is a large amount of industry in Orange, however, there is a large amount of residents as well.

 
 
Recreation

Recreation

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The Orange Recreation Department sponsors seasonal and annual events frequently. They organize athletics including baseball, football, flag football, cheerleading, tennis, soccer, basketball, track and field, and swimming and aquatics, as well as an all-around summer sports camp. They also organize after-school programs for different age groups. For 12-18 year olds, there is mentoring, S.A.T. prep, drama, bowling, and more. For the younger ones, in grades 3 and 4, they have constructed the Friendship House, which they use for arts and crafts, homework sessions, sance and more. As for annual celebrations, the city has created a few of their own traditions, such as Family Fun Day, Game Day, Fishing Derby, and Youth Games Day. They also celebrate the usual, with a downtown Easter egg hunt, Hallo-Fest, and Toys for Tots festival at Christmas time. The Orange Reservoir is a site for lots of amusement, within the reservoir’s falls or in the area surrounding the lake including the Turtleback Zoo and Safari Mini Golf. Orange provides plenty to do throughout the year.

 
 

We Have 6,546 Orange, NJ Apartment Listings


 
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thumbnail 2 Bed $1,058 50-55 S Essex Avenue, Orange, NJ September 19th
thumbnail 3 Bed $1,650 133 Lincoln Avenue, Orange, NJ September 19th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,150 77 Scotland Road, Orange, NJ September 19th
thumbnail 1 Bed $845 Orange, NJ June 13th
thumbnail 0 - 1 Bed $650 - $875 495 Main Street, Orange, NJ September 19th
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $895 - $1,175 Orange, NJ June 13th
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $995 - $1,250 Orange, NJ June 13th
2 Bed $1,100 426 Central Avenue, Orange, NJ September 19th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $825 - $1,325 Orange, NJ June 13th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,195 Orange, NJ June 13th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
One - Two $875 - $1,195
One - Two $875 - $1,195
Studio - One $725 - $850
One $910 - $960
One $875
One - Two $875 - $1,195
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Nearby Cities & Towns


 
Name Dist. Available Apartments
East Orange 1.4mi 7,294
West Orange 2.1mi 4,490
South Orange 2.3mi 4,773
Maplewood 3.1mi 4,311
Irvington 3.3mi 6,332
Bloomfield 3.7mi 7,329
Newark 4.0mi 7,791
Montclair 4.0mi 6,601
Belleville 4.2mi 7,851
Harrison 4.4mi 7,917
Hillside 4.9mi 6,024
Nutley 5.2mi 7,591

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