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Victory Gardens, NJ
Borough of Victory Gardens, tucked into the northwest corner
of the state in Morris County, began as a 99 acre tract that
was set aside in 1941 as a residential center for defense
workers at Picatiinny Arsenal, Hercules Powder, and Cameron
In 1942, the Federal Housing Authority built 300 one story
houses to provide living quarters for people involved in the
war effort. Incorporated in 1952, today those 300 houses
have been joined by Brook Run, Victory Hills apartments, and
the Victory Highlands condominium on the original 99 acre
Victory Gardens, NJ has a population of 1,546 people as of
the 2000 census. The Borough is located in New Jersey's
Morris County about 19.6 miles from Paterson and 21.7 miles
from Newark, and 44.6 miles to New York City.
The Borough's population grew through the 1990's by 18%. It
has been determined in recent years that Victory Gardens'
population has been declining at less that 1% per year.
Other interesting facts about Victory Gardens include the
Household Average Size is 2.74 people, the Median income is
Income is $44,375, and the median home value as of the last
assessment was $118,200.
Victory Gardens has no public schools within the Borough.
Students are bussed to the neighboring town of Dover, New
For current shopping needs,
Randolph Township residents enjoy the convenience of
popular stores on the newly paved and reengineered Route
10, including Kmart and Pathmark, and the soon-to-open
Staples and Super A&P. Sears, Macy's, JC Penney and
Lord & Taylor are found at the nearby Rockaway
Townsquare Mall, and the Roxbury and Ledgewood malls
provide The Home Depot, Wal-Mart, The Wiz, Lines 'N'
Things, ShopRite and more.
Only minutes away is the downtown Morristown shopping district with over 200 shops, services and restaurants.
337 South Salem St
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