Borough of Madison was named after the fourth President of
the United States. Its broad tree-lined streets reflect
the colonial characteristics of its early development.
Madison, known as the Rose City, is a 108-year-old borough
known for its small-town ambiance. At the center of town
sits a Gothic train station, a town hall with a marble
portico and a shopping district.
The Borough of Madison has many high quality architecture
and historical buildings. The entire downtown commercial
district and the historic Bottle Hill district on Ridgedale
Avenue are listed on the State and National Registers of
The borough is known for its upper-middle class prosperity with neatly kept Victorian-era wood frame houses and a short stretch of stately mansions along Route 124, once known as Millionaires’ Row. The Morris County borough covers 4.1 square miles.
offers outstanding municipal services and facilities to
Madison NJ, located in Morris
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