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    Living in Roselle Park, NJ

    Near the center of Union County lies the Borough of Roselle Park, a tight-knit community of 13,000 residents. At 12 square miles, Roselle Park has 3 elementary schools, all of which feed into Roselle Park Middle School and Roselle Park High School. In addition, the borough operates the John J. Adase Sr. Early Childhood Center, a pre-school for children aged 3 and 4.

    Roselle Park first developed commercially with the building of railroad lines connecting the community to Jersey City and Scranton, Pennsylvania in the 1830s. Today, Roselle Park is a small but active community, offering a combination of independent shops and well-known chainsproviding a small-town living experience with modern-day conveniences. The municipality is home to New Park Cinemas, a multiplex movie theater on Westfield Avenue, while its close proximity to Roselles Warinanco Park and Unions Galloping Hill Reservation offers easy retreat into nature. The borough also includes Childrens Specialized Medical Day Care Center, part of the Robert Wood Johnson Health System.

    Just 10 minutes from Newark Liberty International Airport, Roselle Park is accessible via Exit 138 off the Garden State Parkway, while Route 28 traverses the borough. NJ Transits Raritan Valley Line services the Roselle Park Train Station, providing direct service into New York Citys Penn Station. In addition, the 58, 94 and 113 buses offer transportation from Roselle Park to a number of New Jersey and New York destinations. Browse our Roselle Park, NJ apartments for rent below.