Nutley has a fun, small-town vibe with a walkable, centralized business district and it’s located close to transportation and entertainment. New York is a super easy commute - by car use Rt 3, by bus (#32. #33 or #88…) or by train, the nearby Delawanna NJTransit train station will get you into the city quickly. Newark Airport is a short trip south and the Meadowlands Sports Complex is an even shorter trip east. Nutley is poised for growth as the old Hoffman-LaRoche industrial campus is being renovated for both high profile and smaller businesses that are bringing jobs (see section below for more info)
Four beautiful parks - Booth, Yantacaw, Memorial and Kingsland line the length of Third River providing green space and spring colors for the town. Several other parks also dot the landscape of the town.
Eat, Shop, Stroll
Franklin & Ccntre both have good retail & restaurants and are very walkable.
Highfield Lane is part of the old Satterthwaite estate which stretched west from the Passaic river in the early 1900s. The streets are wide and tree-lined and many of the gorgeous homes are spacious, especially 160 Highfield!
Hoffman La-Roche campus retools, bringing jobs and businesses to Nutley
Prism Capital bought the old Hoffman La-Roche site and has re-developed ON3, a mini-downtown within a suburban office park by adding walkways, restaurants and housing. First they snagged Hackensack Meridian Health to create a medical school complex. Ralph Lauren, the fashion giant signed on and is bringing 200 jobs. Modern Meadow, a biotech company that produces "animal-free leather" from living cells is setting up shop and two companies are bidding to bring a 200-room, five-star luxury hotel & conference center to the 116-acre site as early as 2019, city officials said.
Nutley schools have good ratings, especially Yantacaw Elementary where your child would go living at 160 Highfield Ln. Here is a link to the school system for more details - http://www.nutleyschools.org/
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