New Providence is a borough on the northwestern edge of Union County, New Jersey. A large portion of Murray Hill is within New Providence, while the rest is in Berkeley Heights.
The New Providence School District serves students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade. New Providence High School was named a 2011 National Blue Ribbon School by the United State Department of Education.
New Providence provides a wide variety of programs for adults and children alike. It possesses 3 playgrounds, an ice skating rink, 8 ball fields, 8 public tennis courts and 2 pools - which are approximately Olympic size.
Service on the New Jersey Transit Gladstone Branch of the Morris & Essex Lines is available at the New Providence and Murray Hill stations, offering service to Hoboken Terminal and to Penn Station in Midtown Manhattan. New Jersey Transit also offers local bus. Newark Liberty International Airport is approximately 16 miles east of New Providence, NYC is less than 30 miles. Interstate I 78 runs through the area, providing easy access to many destinations.
Real Estate in New Providence features home styles ranging from condominiums, co-ops and townhomes to single-family dwellings like Cape Cods, Ranches, Victorians, Colonials, split levels and custom homes. Tree lined streets accent the neighborhoods giving this suburban community a very charming feel, which is very attractive to home buyers.