Ewing Township2019-01-03T11:14:47-04:00

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    Living in ewing township, NJ

    About Ewing:

    Ewing Township is a 15.3 square mile township of approximately 37,000 residents. Today, Ewing is an ethnically and socially diverse group of residents. The economy of Ewing is greatly made of up of government, light manufacturing, and education. With easy access to both Philadelphia and New York City, the township remains a viable business center. View our apartments in Ewing Township above.

    Schools in Ewing:

    This Mercer County community is home to 3 elementary schools, 1 middle school, and 2 high schools, including the Thomas J. Rubino Academy, an alternative high school for students struggling in the traditional educational environment.

    Nearby Transit & Points of Interest:

    Airports:

    • Trenton Mercer Airport

    Transit & Commuting:

    Just across the Delaware River from Pennsylvania, Ewing hosts the West Trenton Train Station, located on SEPTA’s R3 line and offering service to Philadelphia. In addition, nearby Trenton Station offers service via NJ Transit’s Northeast Corridor Line to Midtown Manhattan. By car, Ewing is accessible via Routes 29 and 31, US Route 206, and I-95.

    Attractions:

    Ewing offers a quiet yet diverse suburban living experience. Its proximity to Princeton and New Hope offers a wealth of cultural opportunities and resources while neighboring Trenton is a transportation hub. For those interested in history or the outdoors, Ewing’s Washington Victory Trail is a trekking route along a path George Washington’s army followed during the American Revolution. Other notable Ewing institutions include the Trenton-Mercer Airport and the Katzenbach School for the Deaf. For more information about events, activities, and places of interest in Ewing, NJ CLICK HERE!