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Average Apartment Rental Prices Nearby

Studio $1,631
1 Bedroom $2,214
2 Bedroom $3,030
3 Bedroom $4,383

Average rent on Backpage and Craigslist Ridgefield Park, New Jersey: $2,460

User reviews for apartments in Ridgefield Park, New Jersey
Rating: 3.9 out of 5 stars, 47 reviews
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Yale
Financial District
Amazing Japanese bakery on Murray St. -- would go there every Saturday morning. Also really close to 4 different subway lines.
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Tufts
Awesome location circa 2010
Great location with access to the Hudson River walkway and pan-city transportation.
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Fantastic neighborhood in NY
This area of the city is convenient to everything. Easy to get to midtown or downtown and tons of services within walking distance.
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Princeton
Loved the area
I loved living in this area - the best bakery in the city (Two Little Red Hens) is right here along with great grocery stores and great shopping. In addition it is easy to get around the city because of the 4,5,6. The only downsides were 2nd avenue subway construction and that it is not a great area to go out in. Lower rent more than makes up for that, though!
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Princeton, Stanford
Upper East Side by Central Park
Really pleasant neighborhood. Just a few steps from Central Park and 2 blocks from the 4/5/6 line. Great area for art lovers. Close walk to Guggenheim, Met and the Frick. One downside is the lack of weekend brunch options. Overall, loved the area!
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Stanford, Cornell
Everything you need nearby
Central Park and West Side Highway for running. Hell's Kitchen for food. Tons of subway lines. NYSC and Gold's Gym. Lots of companies and offices. Minus 1/2 star due to limited nightlife options.
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Conn College
UWS is wonderful
Great restaurants and bars on amsterdam and columbus. A friendly, non-pretentious neighborhood with people of all ages. There isn't a scene. It is normal and sophisticated without being snotty. I loved living on the UWS. It is also great to have the park so close. Favorite neighborhood in the world.
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great access to transit
The best part of living around 23rd street is the quick access to a lot of subway lines. You can get anywhere in the city pretty fast. Also love the crosstown bus! It's a safe area to walk in any time of day or night. Madison Square Park is also excellent. There's a couple of good bars, clubs, and restaurants in the neighborhood, but most often you'll end up traveling to other neighborhoods to socialize.
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UChicago, Bain & Company
Great neighborhood, can walk everywhere, convenient to NYC
Great restaurants, lots of stores, many parks and so many friends waiting for you in this neighborhood. An incredible value when compared with what we found in NYC for the same price! Loved our apartment, especially the view right over the Hudson!
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Wisconsin, UBS
Urban but not über-urban like NYC
I lived in Jersey City for three years and loved it. The proximity to NYC was great, but it's also just a bit calmer than NYC itself. In retrospect, I think it's a great place to start a young family with Hamilton Park and Van Vorst Park beckoning as green space. More parks have opened since we left. Shopping was more than adequate -- Shoprite, Target, Home Depot, standard stores in the mall and plenty of small, local shops. It's a very mixed population in terms of race, nationality and income level as well, something that I value. And if you're looking for a church, I highly recommend the weekend services at OLC.
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Stanford, UVA
Great for couples, less great for singles
Reasonable prices, close to the park and river for running, solid bars and restaurants. A bit of a hike to get downtown if that's your thing.
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Wesleyan
Great for recent graduates
I lived in East Village right after college for 3 years and it was great. Lots of young people, great restaurants and bars. Relatively inexpensive compared to NYC prices. Highly recommend anyone looking to move to NYC.
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BC, Rutgers, NYU, Columbia
Alphabet City
It's a great area to live. It's one of the last places to have gentrified in Manhattan proper. Amazing places to eat and the subway is only about 9 min walk away.
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Stanford, UPenn, JPMorgan Chase
Old building, but great location
Building is old, but the location is great. Close to Grand Central. Grocery store and dry cleaners are on the same block. Gym in the building. Very quiet.
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The Bronx High School of Science - #10 BEST NYC HS
#63 ranked nationally
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Stuyvesant High School - #9 NYC BEST HS
#58 ranked nationally
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The High School of American Studies at Lehman College - #6 BEST NYC HS
#42 ranked natinally
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High School for Dual Language and Asian Studies - #5 NEST NYC HS
#25 Ranked Nationally
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Yonkers Middle High School - #4 Best NYC HS
#24 Ranked Nationally
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#1 - Best High Schools in NYC: The Baccalaureate School for Global Education
Ranked #1 HS in NYC by US News: The Baccalaureate School for Global Education (BSGE) promotes intellectual and social development through the International Baccalaureate framework. Instructors at BGSE participate in professional development sessions regularly, and the school’s small class sizes help foster mentoring opportunities with students. Baccalaureate School for Global Education’s student body is a diverse mix of young adults from various neighborhoods in Queens. Students participate in service projects and can join a number of after-school clubs and activities, including athletics.
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RIT
Great getaway in the East Village
I lived in Stuy Town with my girlfriend, and we loved it. It was accessible to all the fun of the east village - bars, restaurants, etc. - and union square. It was also a quiet getaway from the rest of the city and a good value.
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Carnegie Mellon
RIvergate
Pros: Good, cost effective building, great view of the river, easy to find taxi (unless its raining) Cons: Right by FDR, so traffic can be loud; building only washes windows once a year, ten minutes away from public transportation
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Carnegie Mellon
420 West 42nd
Good building, great location for public transportation (can get to anywhere on manhattan) Traffic can get bad on weekends due to the lincoln tunnel
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Johns Hopkins, Stanford
Crazy convenient, very nice
Very convenient (<3 minute walk to > 6 subway lines) to get anywhere in the city. Very nice areas with spacious and nice apartments. Good shopping nearby, as well as restaurants. Somewhat light on the bar scene (grab the 123 further north.)
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Johns Hopkins, Stanford
safe area, poor subway, not fun
The area is very safe and parts are fairly upscale. The apartments are generally nice. The subway is a bit of a hike, and inconvenient. It is not in a fun area. Almost always need to grab the 456 downtown.
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Johns Hopkins, Stanford
safe area, mildly convenient, close to fun
Apartments in this area are generally nice and it is safe. Convenient to grocery and drug stores, but not convenient to the subways (only close line is the L). Not in the center of fun, but a short walk to the fun part of 2nd and 3rd ave. Also a short cab ride to Soho/EV.
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UNC
Park Ave in Hoboken
I loved that I was surrounded my recent college graduates and it was a easy walking distance to bars, restaurants and great nightlife. I I also appreciated that the bus stop was close by and ran frequently. The PATH was a good 14 block or 40 minute walk. The blocks are a lot longer then they are in the City, so that was a little disappointing because I was looking for something that would give me more then one way of getting into the city. The only thing I disliked was how far away the PATH was. In the Craigslist ad, it said walking distance to the PATH. It was a good 15 block-or 40 minute-walk and I didn't have the time or energy in the am to make that long trek. The blocks are a lot lengthier in Hoboken then in NYC, don't let the posts fool you.
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UPenn
Good location for those out of school
Great access to work if your office is in Midtown but has a lot going on compared to Murray Hill.
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great location
Lived here for two years - really miss it. Right in the heart of the west village and all its great restaurants and bars. Washington Square Park is only a few blocks away - maybe my favorite place in the city. Subway with express trains to midtown is one block away. Can't beat this neighborhood.
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Silver Towers
Great building, friendly staff and wonderful amenities. Also, the view is breathtaking! Published rent tends to be high, but try negotiating to get 2-3 extra months. The are itself is developing. As usual in Manhattan, lots of good restaurants and bars within walking distance (The Pony Bar is our favorite). Took a star off since the subway is rather far (10-15 minutes walk).
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Columbia
Alright neighborhood
Lived here for a year. Good social scene for right after college, but restaurants aren't great and it's tough to get across town without a long walk or a cab.
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Columbia
Love this neighborhood
Great restaurants and social life, really pretty and relatively quite / calm area. Easy walk to Union Square to get around by subway. Highly recommended.
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Columbia
Good access to rest of city, okay neighborhood.
Great access via subway to the rest of the city, perfect if you work in midtown and want to go downtown for social events. Neighborhood itself is pretty nice, especially to the south and east (Madison Square Park / Flatiron), but north is pretty run down.
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Harvard, Stanford
Great spot to live at
Great neighborhood just a bit of a walk from the subway.
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Brown, McKinsey & Company, Stanford
Awesome area!
The LES is such a cool area with so many amazing bars, restaurants, and shops. It's also convenient to public transportation if you don't mind the FJ line. Try Clinton St. Baking Company. Don't be fooled by how this neighborhood looks by day. At night, this place is amazingly fun and hip and worth the rent you're going to have to shell out.
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UVA
Is the park worth it?
Loved (LOVED) the proximity to the park, ease of getting to any subway line, and the walk to work (even though it was through Times Square). However, the lack of "neighborhood charm" - e.g. non-Starbucks coffee shops, fun places to go out, and the fact that I had to take cabs every time I wanted to meet up with my downtown-living friends ultimately drove me to SoHo.
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Harvard, McKinsey & Company, Stanford
West Village rocks!
The West Village is amazing if you love quiet, narrow streets, low-rises and lots of cute cafes and restaurants. But you pay a price for it! Rents are high, apartments are small and often walk-ups.
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VEVO, NYU, Universal Music Group, Stanford
Fun but very busy and crowded
Thompson st. is relatively quiet compared to the rest of Soho, but you'll still have hordes of tourists walking around on the weekends. There's a neat old Italian community in this area. When you walk around, look up and you'll see old ladies sitting on their fire escapes next to Italian flags. Apartments are small and typically old. Soho is fun but I much prefer the East Village.
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VEVO, NYU, Universal Music Group, Stanford
East Village? Go farther East!
I lived here for two years and it was by far my favorite spot in Manhattan. You're a little further from the subway but the apts are bigger. You're right next to the river which is a great place to run. Ave C is totally safe (seriously, I did the research and more crimes occur in the middle of the village).
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One of Harlem's hot spots
One of Marcus Samuelsson's (Iron Chef, Top Chef Masters) restaurants. The New York Times calls it "culinary mosaic of Southern, Swedish and Ethiopian comforts." Wonderful ambiance. A bit pricey. One of the "cool" new places to go in Harlem.
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UCLA
Nice entry to Manhattan
This is a great place to live if you're new to NYC because it feels sort of like a smaller community and is surrounded by acres of parkland. Yeah, the subway access isn't the greatest but the apartments are huge!
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Living Near B'Way has its Pros & Cons
Pros - I lived here on the corner of Broadway & 102nd. The location is super convenient. Businesses and restaurants are literally feet away and the subway stop was less than half a block. Also, all else equal, rents are cheaper the closer you are to broadway (vs apts west of broadway) Cons - Broadway is loud. The farther west you go the more quiet it is. This means that having your windows up while watching tv will require you turn the volume up loud on your tv.
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UCLA
Central hub for NYC access
I loved living in this area because you have incredible access to so many subway lines, especially if you live on the southern end of Tribeca. My commute to midtown was 20 minutes, I could be at Columbia in 30 minutes, or Brooklyn in 15.
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Best Chinese Food in New York
Tang Pavillion - an upscale Chinese restaurant. Hands down the best Chinese in NYC (maybe in all of the USA) -- they deliver pretty fast also
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If you can help it, live Near the express subway stops
Gentrification in Harlem happens near the Express subway (A, D) stops. In West Harlem, that means 125th & 145th streets. This is where you'll most of the new residential buildings and most of the newere business and restaurants. Also, If you live anywhere downtown, living near an express stop cuts your commute time significantly. All else equal its better to go farther uptown if it means living near an express stop (145th St > 135th St)
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Harvard
friends live here. good spot - easy metro access to most of the city.
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Harvard
a friend lives here. seems like a good spot
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