Living in Morristown

Living in Morristown

Morristown, NJ, was recently highlighted in money.com and Livability’s annual ranking of “Best Places to Live in the U.S. in 2022.” Ranking 30th out of 100 communities across the country, Morristown is centered around its historic Green, with a bustling downtown full of retail shops, great restaurants, and a rich arts scene including the nearby Mayo Performing Arts Center. A vibrant community which values the arts and celebrates diversity, Morristown is also home to many historic sites such as Jockey Hollow National Park, Morristown National Historic Park, and Fosterfields Living Historical Farm. The MBS Campus is adjacent to Morris County’s Frelinghuysen Arboretum, where many school classes and athletic practices take place and walks with colleagues are always a welcome way to end the workday. 
 
Morristown is conveniently located 30 miles from New York City and 18 miles from Newark International Airport. The Morristown train station provides direct access to Hoboken and a 60-minute ride to New York Penn Station.
   
Morristown (and its surrounding areas) is a great place to live.