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Re: Neighborhoods - where's it quiet, where's it not - chime in.
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Old Bergen Square, Highland Ave, and around St. Peter's College East of the Blvd.

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Surprisingly true -- after 9 or 10 pm it is really a quiet area!

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downtown in the old "italian village" section. Very quiet at night. :)

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Columbus Drive past Jersey heading towards 78 is actually pretty quiet ever since the roads were repaved. Most of the noise is from trucks going by every so often, and at lunch and dismissal when the high school kids run around yelling.

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McGinley Square by St. Peters College is reallly quiet.

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Henry Street and the Island Section


Can you clarify where this is? THanks!


Above Harsimus Cemetery. If you drive up Newark Avenue (west) and make the half left turn onto Pavonia just beyond Waldo Avenue, make a left onto Chestnut (first light) and go two blocks to Henry Street. If you remain and Chestnut and continue, you will reach the Island section after going over the bridge over the railroad tracks. Streets on the Island Section are Trenton, Elizabeth, and Waldo. Waldo is split in two by a pedestrian bridge over the railroad tracks. The entire area is known to oldtimers as the Hilltop.

If you move into the area, the Journal Square PATH station is a 10 to 15 minute leisurely walk (west) up Magnolia Avenue.

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Henry Street and the Island Section


Can you clarify where this is? THanks!

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1st & Grove...love the location and the noise doesn't bother me on my third floor but the level of noise has increased in the last year or so. Also the parking on weekend nights has gotten more difficult.

The pile drivers during the day have been very loud as well.

Have to take the good with the bad I guess

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downtown in the old "italian village" section. Very quiet at night. :)

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Henry Street and the Island Section

I 2nd the Island section, I had a bid on a place over there on Elizabeth.

For quite I would say
Newport
Bayside Park
Paulus Hook
Country Village
The Island

All these places seem to become a ghost town after sundown.

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Henry Street and the Island Section

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Heights area, Western Slope, and neighborhood west of Pershing Field / east of Mosquito Parks.

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Curious to know which neighborhoods are nice and quiet vs. partying and loud. Cast your vote.

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