Incorporated as a town in 1917, Secaucus has a long rich history and is a great place to buy a home in New Jersey. Incorporated as a town in 1900, Secaucus was once home to pig farms, junk yards and rendering plants. Today Secaucus is a commuter town and the most suburban town in New Jersey’s Hudson County. Just 5 miles from New York City, Secaucus has previously been ranked as one of the best places to live in New Jersey.
Home to around 17,500 residents, with a median income around $88,000, Secaucus is a great place to live if you desire to enjoy all the advantages offered by the big city without actually having to live in the city. Situated in the New Jersey Meadowlands, Secaucus is also home to some beautiful protected areas. Comprised of approximately 6.6 square miles, Secaucus contains several smaller unincorporated communities, places and localities such as Harmon Cove, Laurel Hill, Little Snake Hill, Riverbend, and Harmon Meadows, among others.
In the downtown area, and in other parts of Secaucus, there are abundant opportunities for shopping and dining at Secaucus Plaza, The Outlets, the Mill Creek Mall, Harmon Meadow Plaza and other venues. In addition to great shopping, Secaucus also has great schools with students being served by the Secaucus Public School District. Comprised of 4 schools, the district has a great student-to-teacher ratio. With all these great amenities, Secaucus is a great place to live in New Jersey.
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