The Livingston Business District, a group that seeks to promote and support business in Livingston, has developed 5 dynamic business/shopping areas known as IN TOWN LIVINGSTON. Each area is a viable and a prime commercial location:
Livingston's oldest commercial area is located at the intersection of Mt. Pleasant and Livingston Avenues. Here you can sip a cup of coffee while sitting outside, catch a movie, find everything you need for your home, or eat at one of the many fine restaurants in the area.
The Midway has lots to offer...contemporary office buildings provide a variety of space with plenty of parking, rent a movie, take-out food, shop or just enjoy the new scenery at the intersection of Belmont Drive and South Livingston Avenue.
Here you will find a clothing store for men and boys and an "old fashioned" luncheonette, both Livingston landmarks. Distinctive shopping and prime office space are located at Roosevelt Plaza. The entire Center, located at Northfield Road and South Livingston Avenue, has lots of shopping, parking and is a great place to spend an afternoon.
A two level, enclosed shopping center with 110 specialty stores anchored by Lord & Taylor, Macy's and Sears. Located off Rt. 280 at the intersection of Eisenhower Parkway and South Orange Avenue...and coming in 2001, a Bloomingdales Home Furnishings store.
Suburban shopping and office space at its best! Many national chains such as Barnes & Noble, Borders Books, Circuit City, Gateway Country, Grand Union, Houlihans, Linens 'N' Things, Old Navy, and Toys-R-Us, to name just a few, have chosen Livingston as a prime location.
Business Improvement District (BID)
The Livingston Business Improvement District uses a wide variety of programs designed to have a positive impact on the business climate of Livingston. These projects help businesses maximize their exposure in Livingston's market area. Activities Include Special Events, Beautification Projects, Marketing Promotions, Advertising Campaigns, Business Advocacy, Liaison Between Business Community and Township. Click here for more info.
Livingston is the hub of economic activity in the region, a destination where people come to take care of their shopping and professional, leisure and commercial needs. All retail, commercial and professional business in the Livingston business district draws primarily from three of the New Jersey's most economically active area. With a population of over 275,000 in our market area we can have a significant impact on your business.
Key Factors that will Help Your Business Succeed in Livingston:
- A diverse, upscale, educated population
- Households with disposable income well above the national average
- strong family units
- A talented, experienced, educated work force
- A favorable business climate supported by the mayor, town council, town manager and the Business Improvement District
- A CERP facade/signage matching funds grant program
- Convenient parking for all commercial and professional locations
- Town-wide business directory and web site
- Attractive, competitively priced commercial and professional space available for sale or rent
Suburban, Upscale...A Prime Market for Goods and Services