No matter which side of the Hudson River you’re viewing, the distance across the George Washington Bridge between Bergen County New Jersey and New York City is just under one mile
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Last summer I did something I thought I’d never ever do – I went to my high school reunion. It’s the oddest thing but during the past few years, we’ve all been finding each other again. This is most definitely a very weird reaction to reaching the latter part of your middle age of life. Not… Read more »
The Revolutionary War era 1740 Bogert house still stands today and has quite a history.
Here are some quick Bergen County facts to introduce you to us: 902,561 people – 234 Square Miles – Avg Family w/Children Income is $113,680 – 3,854 People Per Sq Mile 58.7% of us are married & 32.6% of us have children (no wonder we have so many parks & playgrounds) 90.1% of us have high… Read more »
Greetings All and welcome to one of the most interesting and fun places to live in the New York City metropolitan area. Bergen County NJ is at the north east corner of NJ next to the George Washington Bridge which means we’re on top of Manhattan. Our homes are prized for our proximity to NYC… Read more »