Morristown, NJ has a unique blend of old and new, colonial and modern. There are few other places where you can walk past shops in a warehouse building from the 1700s while staring at an office tower from the 1980s. Morristown was the headquarters of George Washington during the American Revolution and the birthplace of the information revolution with the invention of the telegraph. For many years town hall was in the private home of an early president of AT&T.
Today, Morristown offers great opportunities for its residents, from award-winning dining to a 1300 seat performing arts theater to lively night life. With Headquarters Plaza and other office buildings the town is also a busy center during the day. A stop on the Morris and Essex train line with a Walk Score of 93, Morristown can offer great commuting options for those living here whether they work in town or in Newark or New York.
Even with hundreds of new apartments, townhouses and condos constructed over the past 7 years, the market remains robust. And the Speedwell Avenue redevelopment will bring more opportunities to this community. Want to be part of this vibrant community at the heart of Morris County and the Morris and Essex train line? Connect with me and I will be happy to help you find a home here! After all, Morristown is my home town too.