Englewood Cliffs is a borough in south-eastern Bergen County and was incorporated in 1894 from portions of the now-gone Englewood Township and Palisades Township. Englewood Cliffs is headquarters to some of the biggest conglomerates in the world, including Head Quarters of CNBC, North America Head Quarters of LG, North American head Quarters of Unilever, North American headquarters of Ferrari and North American head Quarters of Maserati. In 2006, Englewood Cliffs was ranked the 78th most expensive zip code in the USA by Forbes – with a median house price of $1.1M.
Englewood Cliffs is an affluent bedroom community of New York City – being just 3 miles from the George Washington Bridge and 12 miles to New York City. Residents and businesses alike are attracted by the low property tax’s (some of the lowest in the state) and accessability to both New York City and many major NJ highways.
Englewood Cliffs has a high ranking school system for PK-8th grade. At the High School level (9th-12th grade), residents get an option to send their children to the Dwight Morrow High School in Englewood or use any of the various private school options.
Englewood Cliffs is served by New Jersey Transit route 156 via Lincoln Tunnel, running to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan. New Jersey Transit also offers route 186, running over the George Washington Bridge to the George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal in North Manhattan. Route 9W, Palisade Parkway and County Route 505 travel through the town, while Route 80, 95 and 4 border the town to the south.