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Old 11-29-2011, 04:36 PM
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The 2010 average price of a home in Millburn was $917,400. Edison was $376,500.

So there are about 75 towns in NJ that we could fit in between these two townships economically.
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Old 11-29-2011, 06:37 PM
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Originally Posted by subban View Post
good point tdstyles. You would be surprised by the amount of 700-1mill homes being built up in North Edison the last few years. Edison has no shortage of wealthy people. But I think the choice comes down to more of wanting to live in a more urban or suburban town. I think the previous poster meant by industrial as being more city like. Edison is more city like with its buses and more apartment buildings in the town. because of that it also tends to be less snobby than milburn.
I would consider Edison industrial in the sense that there is tons of business there. Lots of well-known companies have plants in the Raritan Center and many people commute to Edison for work. That is what the person means by "industrial".

Besides that, it really boils down to what someone is looking for in a community, and the type of person who is looking there.
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