Madison, New Jersey is a borough in Morris County. It is known as "The Rose City" and was named in honor of President James Madison. The once thriving rose industry and the large estates in the area attracted working-class people of all kinds. As a result, Madison developed a diverse population very early, both in terms of socioeconomic status and ethnic background.
Madison offers the perfect combination of small-town feel with the cosmopolitan draw that only a community near NYC would have.
Here you’ll find the internationally renowned club Shanghai Jazz, the New Jersey Shakespeare Theatre, the Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, the Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey and a historical downtown district with 52 buildings registered with the National Register of Historic Places.
This pedestrian-friendly town is well
endowed with parklands and has strong recreation and seniors programs. Madison has a wide range of housing opportunities, from garden apartments, affordable housing and starter homes to large residences. Residential areas exhibit many positive attributes, with neighborhood parks and tree lined streets which reflect the historical development of neighborhoods.
New Jersey Transit
Midtown direct line of NJ Transit - service from Madison to Penn Station, Manhattan is 50 minutes express / 55-65 minutes local.