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147 Apartments for rent in Bloomingdale, NJ

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Avalon Bloomingdale
267 Union Ave
Bloomingdale, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,830
804 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,365
1165 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 01:05 PM
Ideally situated near Riverdale, Butler and Pompton Lakes. Also just 30 miles outside of Manhattan. Each apartment features a gourmet kitchen. On-site clubhouse, fitness center and swimming pool. Garage car parking available.
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4 Units Available
Treetop Apartments
117 Treetop Ct
Bloomingdale, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,425
654 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 02:01 AM
Enjoy such amenities as High Speed Internet, ceiling fans, and window coverings. Our on-site management will meet your needs in a friendly and efficient manner.
1 Unit Available
29 OAK ST
29 Oak Street
Bloomingdale, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,195
700 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
This newly renovated apartment is located at the 2nd floor facing backyard in a three-family house on a very quite street. This newly renovated apartment is located at the 2nd floor facing backyard in a three-family house on a very quite street.
Results within 1 mile of Bloomingdale
1 Unit Available
11 Brook Street
11 Brook Street
Wanaque, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
1371 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:42 AM
NOW AVAILABLE! Exclusively listed by Hudson Homes Management.
1 Unit Available
21 Lakeside Ave
21 Lakeside Ave
Pompton Lakes, NJ | Pompton Lakes
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,750
691 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 11:27 AM
GREAT LOCATION 1 BEDROOM APT *NO BROKER FEE* - Property Id: 417441 Lakeside Residence is a new construction building located in the heart of Pompton Lakes' downtown.
1 Unit Available
442 MACOPIN RD
442 Macopin Road
Passaic County, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,675
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
Well taken care of 2 bed 1 bath unit in the heart of West Milford. Perfect spot for commuters as it is close to route 23 and 287. Close to shopping and restaurants. This apartment also features large bedrooms and hardwood flooring throughout.
1 Unit Available
9 LAFAYETTE AVE
9 Lafayette Avenue
Butler, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,350
Last updated May 4 at 07:22 PM
Inviting and impeccably maintained, this meticulous Cape Cod with 1 car detached garage features 3 BR's and 2 Full BA's with bright rooms and plenty of natural sunlight.
Results within 5 miles of Bloomingdale
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16 Units Available
Reserve at Riverdale
6000 Riverdale Rd
Riverdale, NJ | Riverdale
1 Bedroom
$1,874
858 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,206
1162 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:04 AM
Spacious inside and out, these 1- and 2-bedroom apartments have stylish kitchens and living areas. There are several parks in the neighborhood, including beautiful Mountainside Park, situated by I-287.
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4 Units Available
Pompton Hills
615 Hamburg Tpke
Pompton Lakes, NJ | Pompton Lakes
1 Bedroom
$1,595
730 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,895
925 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 08:04 AM
Pompton Hills feels like a small town where everything you need is close by. Routes 280, 80, 46, 3 and 4 are all nearby. An express bus to New York City stops in front of the building and a train station is just minutes away.
1 Unit Available
752 Shore Drive west B
752 West Shore Drive
Kinnelon, NJ
5 Bedrooms
$5,500
7000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
Kinnelon NJ Property - Gated Community. Walk to the Beach, all NEW bathrooms, quiet location, Great Kinnelon Schools.
1 Unit Available
46 LAKEVIEW AVE
46 Lakeview Ave
Ringwood, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,950
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
Adorable 2 bedroom home rental located in the heart of Erskine Lakes. Full Bath, Galley Kitchen, Dining Room and Living Room. Located across the street from the lake. Lake Privileges at an additional fee.
1 Unit Available
49 Harrison Road, 2nd Floor
49 Harrison Street
Riverdale, NJ | Riverdale
1 Bedroom
$1,800
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
FANTASTIC 2nd floor apartment! 1 Bedroom and bonus small bedroom or office! Beautiful Updated Kitchen, Living Room, Bathroom.
1 Unit Available
30 NEW ST
30 New Street
Morris County, NJ
Studio
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3 Bedrooms
$2,650
1548 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
Meticulously maintained expanded ranch! Eat In Kitchen sits between large family room and Living room with walk out to trex deck w/nice size private yard - perfect for entertainment! 3 nice size bedrooms, full bath w/separate shower, private office
1 Unit Available
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7 Decker Terrace
Kinnelon, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$3,300
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
Move right into this beautifully renovated ranch style home; built on 1 acre of park like property. This home features an open floor plan with crown molding and hard wood floors throughout.
1 Unit Available
574 Newark-Pompton Tpk - 02
574 Newark-Pompton Turnpike
Morris County, NJ
Studio
$2,600
960 sqft
Last updated August 4 at 01:02 PM
Approximately 1440 sq. ft. of retail or office space available in established neighborhood shopping center in Pompton Plains, NJ. Ample Parking.
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Wayne Village
27 Lancaster Ct Apt. B
Franklin Lakes, NJ | North Haledon
1 Bedroom
$1,625
705 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,995
904 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:09 PM
This pet-friendly community offers a large dog park, on-site fitness center, and pool area. Colonial-style community. Apartments offer hardwood floors and updated appliances. About 20 miles from Manhattan.
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29 Units Available
Mountain View Crossing
650 NJ-23
Singac, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,877
875 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,376
1116 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 07:31 AM
Excellent location close to Fayette Avenue Park and North Cove Park. Units feature laundry, patios or balconies, stainless steel appliances, and walk-in closets. Community offers basketball, tennis, pool, gym and dog park.
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2 Units Available
Cedar Village
14 Montclair Ave
Essex County, NJ | Singac
1 Bedroom
$1,880
675 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,145
715 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 07:31 AM
Because You Deserve The Best! Amenities, convenience, service and more - Cedar Village has it all. Every unit features first class finishes, a washer and dryer, your own entrance and even your own back door.
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35 Units Available
Avalon Boonton
1 Avalon Way
Boonton, NJ
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$2,030
963 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,300
1273 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:05 PM
Avalon Boonton is just a half mile from New Jersey Transit and offers studio, one, two, and three bedroom apartment homes for lease.
1 Unit Available
401 Diamond Spring Road
401 Diamond Spring Road
Morris County, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$2,400
1079 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:42 AM
NOW AVAILABLE! Exclusively listed by Hudson Homes Management.
1 Unit Available
357 W Clinton St 1
357 Clinton Street
Haledon, NJ | Haledon
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
Last updated December 4 at 11:27 AM
Renovated Apartment With Outdoor Space - Property Id: 427255 Updated 3 Bedroom apartment, located on the 1st floor of a two-family house. The location is 3 min walking distance to Belmont ave which has various stores, restaurants.
1 Unit Available
47 Grove St
47 Grove Street
Singac, NJ | Singac
4 Bedrooms
$3,975
6000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 11:27 AM
LEASE TO OWN this amazing high-quality home in Little Falls, NJ. Beautiful Brick with brick design accents. Professional landscaping that perfectly displays the brick u-shaped driveway.
1 Unit Available
6 Lorraine Terrace
6 Lorraine Terrace
Boonton, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,050
Last updated December 4 at 11:27 AM
3 Bedroom Second Floor Unit - Property Id: 400594 Spacious 3 bedroom unit located in Boonton minutes from shopping, restaurants and the train. Large rooms with wood floors throughout.
1 Unit Available
11 MADISON HTS
11 Madison Heights
Bergen County, NJ
Studio
$6,000
Last updated December 4 at 11:23 AM
COLONIAL FOR RENT ON A QUIET STREET IN ONE OF THE TOP 5 TOWNS TO LIVE IN NJ! ALL NEW CONSTRUCTION ON EXISTING FOUNDATION HAS 3 BEDROOMS, 2.5 BATH WITH CENTRAL A/C AND FIRST FLOOR LAUNDRY.
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How much is rent in Bloomingdale?
Apartment Rentals in Bloomingdale start at $1,400/month.
How much is rent in Bloomingdale?
Apartment Rentals in Bloomingdale start at $1,400/month.
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You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Bloomingdale apartments that allow pets.
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You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Bloomingdale apartments that allow pets.
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While some Bloomingdale properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Bloomingdale properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Bloomingdale. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include New Jersey Institute of Technology, Essex County College, Rutgers University-Newark, Fairleigh Dickinson University-Florham Campus, and College of Saint Elizabeth.
How can I find off-campus housing in Bloomingdale?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Bloomingdale. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include New Jersey Institute of Technology, Essex County College, Rutgers University-Newark, Fairleigh Dickinson University-Florham Campus, and College of Saint Elizabeth.

City Guide

Bloomingdale
Throughout pristine lake communities and tree-lined roads, discover Bloomingdale, a flourishing town incorporated in 1918. Among the things that still link the past to Bloomingdale are two churches, a school, and a band that is surprisingly older than the school.
Throughout pristine lake communities and tree-lined roads, discover Bloomingdale, a flourishing town incorporated in 1918. Among the things that still link the past to Bloomingdale are two churches, a school, and a band that is surprisingly older than the school.

With a population of 7,656 residents, Bloomingdale strives to offer its inhabitants a peaceful life. Bloomingdale is not really a town, but rather a borough in Passaic County, New Jersey. If you ever decide to live here, you hopefully don't have a problem with the humid climate, meaning hot summers and cold winters. Bloomingdale might not be a cutting edge city, but living on a land of 7.2 squares miles from which 1.8 square miles are water, it offers enough tranquility and views to pull you away from the TV.

Moving to Bloomingdale

Useful Tips

If you're looking to rent in Bloomingdale, be aware that winters can be a bit harsh, although it is the quietest season and the best time to find lower rents. Start to search for apartments at the beginning of the spring, if you want to avoid the bitter cold and like feeling your fingers! Another thing to consider is the commuting time. Locals spend about 33 minutes commuting and there's a greater percentage that carpool. Living in Bloomingdale is quite expensive, but don't let this discourage you. Maybe you won't find one bedroom apartments with paid utilities, but if you lower your expectations, chances are you can find something with partially paid utilities.

Allow yourself a week or maybe two to find something that suits your needs. Apartment rental in Bloomingdale can be stressful, especially when some of them aren't available on the spot.

Signing the Lease

Finally, that day has arrived. Before you sign, make sure you have the money for one month's rent, the deposit, concise rental history and a proof of your income. If you decide on a condo located in a complex, be aware that staff usually performs a credit and a background check. Individual landlords could not care less about that so long as you pay your rent on time. But still, it's better to be prepared with all the necessary documents.

Bringing Your Pet

If you search long enough, chances are you will find a couple of pet friendly apartments. Usually, homeowners are skeptical when it comes to dogs and cats, because they can do more damage to their homes than a fish. As a warning, if you have a dog, you will need to take him outside, so don't forget the bag waste at home, unless you want a citation in your mailbox. But if you have a parrot or a hamster, the landlord could even ditch the additional rent payable for pets.

Moving to Bloomingdale
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Useful Tips

If you're looking to rent in Bloomingdale, be aware that winters can be a bit harsh, although it is the quietest season and the best time to find lower rents. Start to search for apartments at the beginning of the spring, if you want to avoid the bitter cold and like feeling your fingers! Another thing to consider is the commuting time. Locals spend about 33 minutes commuting and there's a greater percentage that carpool. Living in Bloomingdale is quite expensive, but don't let this discourage you. Maybe you won't find one bedroom apartments with paid utilities, but if you lower your expectations, chances are you can find something with partially paid utilities.

Allow yourself a week or maybe two to find something that suits your needs. Apartment rental in Bloomingdale can be stressful, especially when some of them aren't available on the spot.

Signing the Lease

Finally, that day has arrived. Before you sign, make sure you have the money for one month's rent, the deposit, concise rental history and a proof of your income. If you decide on a condo located in a complex, be aware that staff usually performs a credit and a background check. Individual landlords could not care less about that so long as you pay your rent on time. But still, it's better to be prepared with all the necessary documents.

Bringing Your Pet

If you search long enough, chances are you will find a couple of pet friendly apartments. Usually, homeowners are skeptical when it comes to dogs and cats, because they can do more damage to their homes than a fish. As a warning, if you have a dog, you will need to take him outside, so don't forget the bag waste at home, unless you want a citation in your mailbox. But if you have a parrot or a hamster, the landlord could even ditch the additional rent payable for pets.

Bloomingdale Neighborhoods

Bloomingdale is an exceptionally livable community with a high income per capita, stable housing market, safe and plenty of local amenities. There are many amenities around the town center that can be reached by foot. If you would prefer to ride your bike instead of your car, then you should know that are no dedicated lanes or trails for cycling.

City Center: There's plenty to do and see here. You can dine at Lina's, an Italian restaurant, or at Ting's, a Chinese restaurant. You can shop at one of supermarkets along the Main Street as an option, too. You also have good connections with Pequannock River or Friendship Park. Here, there's an array of houses and apartments to rent.

Glenwild Avenue: This is the busiest avenue in the city. You can rent a house near one of the parks or maybe you want something with a view over the lake.

Union Avenue: There are lots of nearby amenities mixed with house rentals and a park to keep you in shape in this neighborhood. At the end of the avenue there are also two lakes, Twilinger and Morse, if you want to go for a swim.

Bloomingdale Neighborhoods
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Bloomingdale is an exceptionally livable community with a high income per capita, stable housing market, safe and plenty of local amenities. There are many amenities around the town center that can be reached by foot. If you would prefer to ride your bike instead of your car, then you should know that are no dedicated lanes or trails for cycling.

City Center: There's plenty to do and see here. You can dine at Lina's, an Italian restaurant, or at Ting's, a Chinese restaurant. You can shop at one of supermarkets along the Main Street as an option, too. You also have good connections with Pequannock River or Friendship Park. Here, there's an array of houses and apartments to rent.

Glenwild Avenue: This is the busiest avenue in the city. You can rent a house near one of the parks or maybe you want something with a view over the lake.

Union Avenue: There are lots of nearby amenities mixed with house rentals and a park to keep you in shape in this neighborhood. At the end of the avenue there are also two lakes, Twilinger and Morse, if you want to go for a swim.

Living in Bloomingdale

Outdoor Activities

From a wide range of parks, lakes, and preserved areas, Bloomingdale has a lot to choose from when it comes to outdoor recreation. Undoubtedly, the most outstanding one of all is the Norvin Green State Forest with the Torne Mountain. The forest features the largest concentrations of trails in New Jersey, many of which date back to the 1920's. Believe or not, the rocks you might find during your hike are 10,000 years old, dating back to the Wisconsin Glacier's earliest days. Aside from the multitude of trails, the most important being the Torne and Blue Blazed Hewitt-Butler Trails, a must see is the Stone Living Room. These man-made "chairs" and "sofas" offer dazzling views over the forest.

Within the city, you can spend your time in Friendship Park, D. Crockett Park, or Butler Forest Reserve. If you are up for some swimming or other water activities, then take your swimming suit and take a pick from the various lakes that flood the city. Whether you choose the Star Lake, Glen Wild Lake, or North Twin Lake; you will have the time of your life. Don't forget to bring your fishing gear.

Eating and Drinking

After an exhausting day, the thought of sitting in the kitchen will be long forgotten. The good news is that there are plenty of restaurants within the city's limits, so your only worry will be what to choose to eat. Try the local pizza spot, or maybe you're craving Asian food? There are also plenty of other restaurants that serve delicious Italian, Mexican, or European dishes. For those hot, summer nights, don't forget the ice cream, too.

Shopping

You can find everything you need in Bloomingdale. Between malls, flea market, supermarkets filled with fresh fruits and vegetables, and chic boutiques, everything you need can be found within a couple of miles from the city center.

Living in Bloomingdale
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Outdoor Activities

From a wide range of parks, lakes, and preserved areas, Bloomingdale has a lot to choose from when it comes to outdoor recreation. Undoubtedly, the most outstanding one of all is the Norvin Green State Forest with the Torne Mountain. The forest features the largest concentrations of trails in New Jersey, many of which date back to the 1920's. Believe or not, the rocks you might find during your hike are 10,000 years old, dating back to the Wisconsin Glacier's earliest days. Aside from the multitude of trails, the most important being the Torne and Blue Blazed Hewitt-Butler Trails, a must see is the Stone Living Room. These man-made "chairs" and "sofas" offer dazzling views over the forest.

Within the city, you can spend your time in Friendship Park, D. Crockett Park, or Butler Forest Reserve. If you are up for some swimming or other water activities, then take your swimming suit and take a pick from the various lakes that flood the city. Whether you choose the Star Lake, Glen Wild Lake, or North Twin Lake; you will have the time of your life. Don't forget to bring your fishing gear.

Eating and Drinking

After an exhausting day, the thought of sitting in the kitchen will be long forgotten. The good news is that there are plenty of restaurants within the city's limits, so your only worry will be what to choose to eat. Try the local pizza spot, or maybe you're craving Asian food? There are also plenty of other restaurants that serve delicious Italian, Mexican, or European dishes. For those hot, summer nights, don't forget the ice cream, too.

Shopping

You can find everything you need in Bloomingdale. Between malls, flea market, supermarkets filled with fresh fruits and vegetables, and chic boutiques, everything you need can be found within a couple of miles from the city center.

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City Guide

Bloomingdale
Throughout pristine lake communities and tree-lined roads, discover Bloomingdale, a flourishing town incorporated in 1918. Among the things that still link the past to Bloomingdale are two churches, a school, and a band that is surprisingly older than the school.
Throughout pristine lake communities and tree-lined roads, discover Bloomingdale, a flourishing town incorporated in 1918. Among the things that still link the past to Bloomingdale are two churches, a school, and a band that is surprisingly older than the school.

With a population of 7,656 residents, Bloomingdale strives to offer its inhabitants a peaceful life. Bloomingdale is not really a town, but rather a borough in Passaic County, New Jersey. If you ever decide to live here, you hopefully don't have a problem with the humid climate, meaning hot summers and cold winters. Bloomingdale might not be a cutting edge city, but living on a land of 7.2 squares miles from which 1.8 square miles are water, it offers enough tranquility and views to pull you away from the TV.

Moving to Bloomingdale

Useful Tips

If you're looking to rent in Bloomingdale, be aware that winters can be a bit harsh, although it is the quietest season and the best time to find lower rents. Start to search for apartments at the beginning of the spring, if you want to avoid the bitter cold and like feeling your fingers! Another thing to consider is the commuting time. Locals spend about 33 minutes commuting and there's a greater percentage that carpool. Living in Bloomingdale is quite expensive, but don't let this discourage you. Maybe you won't find one bedroom apartments with paid utilities, but if you lower your expectations, chances are you can find something with partially paid utilities.

Allow yourself a week or maybe two to find something that suits your needs. Apartment rental in Bloomingdale can be stressful, especially when some of them aren't available on the spot.

Signing the Lease

Finally, that day has arrived. Before you sign, make sure you have the money for one month's rent, the deposit, concise rental history and a proof of your income. If you decide on a condo located in a complex, be aware that staff usually performs a credit and a background check. Individual landlords could not care less about that so long as you pay your rent on time. But still, it's better to be prepared with all the necessary documents.

Bringing Your Pet

If you search long enough, chances are you will find a couple of pet friendly apartments. Usually, homeowners are skeptical when it comes to dogs and cats, because they can do more damage to their homes than a fish. As a warning, if you have a dog, you will need to take him outside, so don't forget the bag waste at home, unless you want a citation in your mailbox. But if you have a parrot or a hamster, the landlord could even ditch the additional rent payable for pets.

Moving to Bloomingdale
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Useful Tips

If you're looking to rent in Bloomingdale, be aware that winters can be a bit harsh, although it is the quietest season and the best time to find lower rents. Start to search for apartments at the beginning of the spring, if you want to avoid the bitter cold and like feeling your fingers! Another thing to consider is the commuting time. Locals spend about 33 minutes commuting and there's a greater percentage that carpool. Living in Bloomingdale is quite expensive, but don't let this discourage you. Maybe you won't find one bedroom apartments with paid utilities, but if you lower your expectations, chances are you can find something with partially paid utilities.

Allow yourself a week or maybe two to find something that suits your needs. Apartment rental in Bloomingdale can be stressful, especially when some of them aren't available on the spot.

Signing the Lease

Finally, that day has arrived. Before you sign, make sure you have the money for one month's rent, the deposit, concise rental history and a proof of your income. If you decide on a condo located in a complex, be aware that staff usually performs a credit and a background check. Individual landlords could not care less about that so long as you pay your rent on time. But still, it's better to be prepared with all the necessary documents.

Bringing Your Pet

If you search long enough, chances are you will find a couple of pet friendly apartments. Usually, homeowners are skeptical when it comes to dogs and cats, because they can do more damage to their homes than a fish. As a warning, if you have a dog, you will need to take him outside, so don't forget the bag waste at home, unless you want a citation in your mailbox. But if you have a parrot or a hamster, the landlord could even ditch the additional rent payable for pets.

Bloomingdale Neighborhoods

Bloomingdale is an exceptionally livable community with a high income per capita, stable housing market, safe and plenty of local amenities. There are many amenities around the town center that can be reached by foot. If you would prefer to ride your bike instead of your car, then you should know that are no dedicated lanes or trails for cycling.

City Center: There's plenty to do and see here. You can dine at Lina's, an Italian restaurant, or at Ting's, a Chinese restaurant. You can shop at one of supermarkets along the Main Street as an option, too. You also have good connections with Pequannock River or Friendship Park. Here, there's an array of houses and apartments to rent.

Glenwild Avenue: This is the busiest avenue in the city. You can rent a house near one of the parks or maybe you want something with a view over the lake.

Union Avenue: There are lots of nearby amenities mixed with house rentals and a park to keep you in shape in this neighborhood. At the end of the avenue there are also two lakes, Twilinger and Morse, if you want to go for a swim.

Bloomingdale Neighborhoods
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Bloomingdale is an exceptionally livable community with a high income per capita, stable housing market, safe and plenty of local amenities. There are many amenities around the town center that can be reached by foot. If you would prefer to ride your bike instead of your car, then you should know that are no dedicated lanes or trails for cycling.

City Center: There's plenty to do and see here. You can dine at Lina's, an Italian restaurant, or at Ting's, a Chinese restaurant. You can shop at one of supermarkets along the Main Street as an option, too. You also have good connections with Pequannock River or Friendship Park. Here, there's an array of houses and apartments to rent.

Glenwild Avenue: This is the busiest avenue in the city. You can rent a house near one of the parks or maybe you want something with a view over the lake.

Union Avenue: There are lots of nearby amenities mixed with house rentals and a park to keep you in shape in this neighborhood. At the end of the avenue there are also two lakes, Twilinger and Morse, if you want to go for a swim.

Living in Bloomingdale

Outdoor Activities

From a wide range of parks, lakes, and preserved areas, Bloomingdale has a lot to choose from when it comes to outdoor recreation. Undoubtedly, the most outstanding one of all is the Norvin Green State Forest with the Torne Mountain. The forest features the largest concentrations of trails in New Jersey, many of which date back to the 1920's. Believe or not, the rocks you might find during your hike are 10,000 years old, dating back to the Wisconsin Glacier's earliest days. Aside from the multitude of trails, the most important being the Torne and Blue Blazed Hewitt-Butler Trails, a must see is the Stone Living Room. These man-made "chairs" and "sofas" offer dazzling views over the forest.

Within the city, you can spend your time in Friendship Park, D. Crockett Park, or Butler Forest Reserve. If you are up for some swimming or other water activities, then take your swimming suit and take a pick from the various lakes that flood the city. Whether you choose the Star Lake, Glen Wild Lake, or North Twin Lake; you will have the time of your life. Don't forget to bring your fishing gear.

Eating and Drinking

After an exhausting day, the thought of sitting in the kitchen will be long forgotten. The good news is that there are plenty of restaurants within the city's limits, so your only worry will be what to choose to eat. Try the local pizza spot, or maybe you're craving Asian food? There are also plenty of other restaurants that serve delicious Italian, Mexican, or European dishes. For those hot, summer nights, don't forget the ice cream, too.

Shopping

You can find everything you need in Bloomingdale. Between malls, flea market, supermarkets filled with fresh fruits and vegetables, and chic boutiques, everything you need can be found within a couple of miles from the city center.

Living in Bloomingdale
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Outdoor Activities

From a wide range of parks, lakes, and preserved areas, Bloomingdale has a lot to choose from when it comes to outdoor recreation. Undoubtedly, the most outstanding one of all is the Norvin Green State Forest with the Torne Mountain. The forest features the largest concentrations of trails in New Jersey, many of which date back to the 1920's. Believe or not, the rocks you might find during your hike are 10,000 years old, dating back to the Wisconsin Glacier's earliest days. Aside from the multitude of trails, the most important being the Torne and Blue Blazed Hewitt-Butler Trails, a must see is the Stone Living Room. These man-made "chairs" and "sofas" offer dazzling views over the forest.

Within the city, you can spend your time in Friendship Park, D. Crockett Park, or Butler Forest Reserve. If you are up for some swimming or other water activities, then take your swimming suit and take a pick from the various lakes that flood the city. Whether you choose the Star Lake, Glen Wild Lake, or North Twin Lake; you will have the time of your life. Don't forget to bring your fishing gear.

Eating and Drinking

After an exhausting day, the thought of sitting in the kitchen will be long forgotten. The good news is that there are plenty of restaurants within the city's limits, so your only worry will be what to choose to eat. Try the local pizza spot, or maybe you're craving Asian food? There are also plenty of other restaurants that serve delicious Italian, Mexican, or European dishes. For those hot, summer nights, don't forget the ice cream, too.

Shopping

You can find everything you need in Bloomingdale. Between malls, flea market, supermarkets filled with fresh fruits and vegetables, and chic boutiques, everything you need can be found within a couple of miles from the city center.