Centuries ago, Native Americans and early traders came to the South Jersey region and recognized it as a premium location to settle and engage in commerce. Over time, and with careful planning, the area has grown and prospered through each century. With its burgeoning housing and eclectic choices for shopping, employment and business, the region enters the Millennium as an exciting, vibrant and preferred area for the established residents as well as newcomers.
Transportation is a key to growth and success. National highways present convenient travel via I-295 and I-95 as well as the New Jersey Turnpike, the Atlantic City Expressway and the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The Philadelphia International Airport and the Atlantic City International Airport are nearby. NJ Transit provides train and bus service and the PATCO high-speed rail line with convenient stations in South Jersey whisks commuters into Philadelphia. The region is actually no more than a two-hour drive to an array of destinations for work, theater, sports and entertainment ... New York, Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Philadelphia, Lancaster County's Amish farms, Atlantic City and the Pocono Mountains.
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