Welcome to Livingston

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Trade Area Facts


Over 275, 000


Median Age: 42

55% Of The Population Is In The Prime Demographics Age Range Of 25-54—The Major Consumer Range For Goods And Services


45% - Managerial, Professional

36% - Technical, Sales, Administrative

7% - Service, Labor


27.5% of the total population has four years of college and beyond


The average income for the trade area: $146,000


Caucasian 75%

Asian 12%

African-American 8%

Hispanic 4%

Trade Area

Primary Market 1-Mile Radius


Secondary Market 3-Mile Radius

East Hanover, Essex Fells, Maplewood, Millburn, Roseland, South Orange, West Orange, Whippany

Tertiary Market 5-Mile Radius

Caldwell, Chatham, Florham Park, Hanover Township, Spring Field, Summit, West Caldwell


90% of housing units are owner-occupied.

Median value of residential real estate: $240,000


Renowned public school system with 5 neighborhood elementary schools, 2 middle schools, and a Blue Ribbon high school, a prestigious private school and other specialty schools that serve the community.


West Essex Tribune, Star-Ledger, NJ Monthly, New York Times and other national and regional media outlets.


Livingston is a suburban community conveniently reached by car or bus. An easy commute to either New York City, Newark, or Morristown, Livingston is serviced by the Community Coach Bus Line. Approximately 45 minutes to New York City and a 20-minute car ride to downtown Newark or Morristown. The Garden State Parkway, the New Jersey Turnpike, Routes 280, 10, 46, 80, 24/78, and 287 all contribute to Livingston's accessibility. Park and Ride facilities will be available.


Community is much more than belonging to something;   it's about doing something together that makes belonging matter.               

Contact Us

  • 250 South Livingston Ave
    Livingston, NJ 07039
  • Phone (973) 992-8080