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For those looking for a city like downtown area, Madison is an incredibly desirable area especially given it’s closer proximity to NYC. Madison's picturesque downtown area, featuring a mix of historic buildings, boutique shops, art galleries, and diverse dining options is a big draw. The downtown hosts various community events throughout the year, such as farmers markets and festivals. Madison offers an appealing blend of excellent schools, convenient commuting options to New York City, and a variety of attractions and activities. The towns strong community
spirit, historic charm, and recreational opportunities make it an attractive place to live for families and professionals seeking a suburban lifestyle within easy reach of
urban amenities.

What To Do
Madison Recreation Complex: Enjoy outdoor activities at the recreation complex, featuring sports fields, tennis courts, a swimming pool, and playgrounds for
children.
Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey: Located on the nearby campus of Drew University, this renowned theater company presents classic and contemporary productions, attracting theater lovers from the region.

Madison Public Schools

Madison is served by the Madison Public Schools district, which consists of three schools:
Central Avenue Elementary School caters to students in grades K-5.
Torey J. Sabatini Middle School: Students in grades 6-8
Madison High School: As the only high school in the district, Madison High School offers a comprehensive curriculum, extracurricular activities, and college
preparatory programs to prepare students for higher education and future careers.

A Commuters Delight!

For residents of Madison Borough who commute to New York City, there are several transportation options available:
The Madison Train Station, located in the downtown area, provides direct access to New York Penn Station via NJ Transit & #39's Morristown Line. The train ride takes
approximately 50 minutes, making it a convenient choice for daily commuters.
Several bus routes operated by NJ Transit connect Madison Borough to New York City with multiple departure times throughout the day.

Car: 280. The commute time may vary depending on traffic conditions, but it generally takes around 45 minutes to an hour.

About Madison

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