Five Things We Love About New Providence

  • Posted on February 1st, 2013
  • by Turpin Real Estate

The compact 3.6 square-mile borough of New Providence was settled in 1720 and has a population of about 12,000. Its commuter-friendly location in northwest Union County is 28 miles from Manhattan and 15 miles from Newark. Residents here appreciate the town s friendly small-town atmosphere and highly-ranked school system. In fact, New Jersey Monthly magazine named New Providence High School the number one high school in the state in 2012. Below are five things we […]

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