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A Local Perspective

Newark is a major hub for all forms of transportation. A major international airport, a busy port, and numerous rail and trucking terminals make for a constant flow of traffic in and out of the city. The city has a permanent population of over 277,000, in addition to the constant visitors. It serves as a tourist as well as an industrial hub, and many people visiting New York end up flying into Newark airport before making their way into the big city.

Newark has several schools including the law and medical schools affiliated with Rutgers. Seton Hall Law School is also located in Newark. The city is also the home of the Prudential Center, where the New Jersey Devils play hockey. The Nets played there for a few seasons as well, but eventually moved into the Barclay's Center instead.

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Finding a Newark Apartment

When to search

Try shopping for an apartment in November in Newark. You won't have quite as much to choose from as in the summertime, however, you also won't have nearly as many people looking for a new apartment. It's a good time to strike a balance between availability and competition.

How to Search

Finding an apartment can be hard, especially when there are so many choices. With our filters, you can narrow your search by price, floorplan, and amenities. Looking for an apartment building with a fitness center, swimming pool, and easy access to a dog park? We've got you covered.

Staying in the know

Newark is home to some great rental units, and some that are not so great. Always get a look at an apartment and meet with the landlord in person before you sign any agreements. Otherwise, you could find yourself legally locked in to a less than ideal situation very quickly.

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Life in Newark


Newark has excellent public transportation. While a person certainly could opt to drive, the traffic makes it a very frustrating exercise. There is a bus system that can easily get you anywhere in the city, including the suburbs. Newark City Light Rail has two lines that branch off from Penn Station and can quickly get you to major areas.

Where to play

Newark Residents are passionate about the Devils, so taking in an NHL game is a great way to meet some more locals. The Prudential Center is also a major concert venue that has hosted some of the biggest acts in the world. The largest museum in the entire state is the Newark Museum. The Mills at Jersey Gardens is a huge outlet mall that is a great place to go if you like shopping for a deal.