The New York Times recently turned its spotlight on the Bergen County Gold Coast Borough of Cliffside Park as a feature in its weekly Living In. Entitled “Cliffside Park, N.J.: A Brooklyn and Queens Vibe in Bergen County” the publication looks at how the Borough has drawn residents from New Jersey and New York attracted to its Hudson River views, proximity to Manhattan and vibrant downtown. The story highlights new residents who have moved to Cliffside Park, such as “Kaya Abe Magee, 56, a floral designer, moved to Cliffside Park from Bernardsville, N.J., to be closer to New York’s flower markets. “I can go to the city easily and come back for a little peace,” she said.
Ms. Magee’s son is heading to college in the fall, so she no longer has to live near his high school, the Peddie School in Hightstown, N.J. She recently bought a two-bedroom condo in a new building, One Park, on Adolphus Avenue. She declined to disclose the price, but two-bedroom units in the building range from about $800,000 to $1.4 million.”
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