Hey everyone! I'm moving to Nerk in June for work and I don't know too much about the area.

The only concern I would consider is free parking.

The average income here is less than $37,000 a year, and 26%of the city. It’s violent crime rate is and is 2.

Very near the Lincoln Tunnel and driving into Manhattan is very easy compared to trying to navigate around in the Newark/JerseyCity/Hoboken area.

Downtown is safe to live in now, half of the Northward is safe, all of the Ironbound has always been great, South Newark is where majority of crimes happen (some parts are literally like Compton), West.

Newark’s cost of living isn’t just lower than Jersey City’s—it’s 8% lower than the New Jersey average, while Jersey City’s cost of living is a whopping 15% above the state average. Anyone have any guidance?. The chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime in Jersey City is 1 in 63.

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The areas near the. How safe is Newark, New Jersey? I have filmed in over 20 cities since I started my youtube journey and bringing out the camera in Newark has been the scaries.

Just don't wonder the streets solo at 3 am and expect absolutely nothing to happen to you.

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The only concern I would consider is free parking. r/Queens.

The rate of crime in Newark is 64. I've looked at apartments online between the high school and Mt Vernon Rd, the other side of Mt Vernon Rd just north of the highway.

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The only concern I would consider is free parking.

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The rate of crime in Newark is 64.

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View community ranking In the Top 5% of largest communities on Reddit. Campfire77 • 1 min. . What makes a city feel safe at night is the presence of people and of open retail. I walk downtown almost everyday during normal business hours. planet fitness in downtown.

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Depending on time and circumstances, yes. .

01 per 100,000 people.

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Additionally, the neighborhood borders the 360-acre Branch Brook Park providing plenty of recreation.

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