Why Millburn-Short Hills

Why Millburn-Short Hills

A welcoming, charming, and sophisticated town in Essex County, Millburn-Short Hills is the perfect place to savor life, for residents and visitors alike. There’s a small-town, yet upscale feeling, with a distinctive blend of shops, dining, entertainment, and professional services right in the community. The town is a popular destination for shopping and dining, and many people make a day of it.

Millburn Township was named for the paper mills that were the foundation of the economy in the 18th and 19th centuries. A beautiful residential community, Millburn-Short Hills is home to approximately 20,000 residents. The area is easily reached by car – convenient to routes 24 and 78, and just a few miles from both NJ Turnpike and Garden State Parkway – as well as by the Midtown Direct line and bus lines of NJ Transit.  Often recognized for its highly-ranked school system, the town also boasts excellence in unique specialty shops, worldwide cuisine, green spaces, the award-winning Paper Mill Playhouse, and more.

Today, the community continues to grow with new construction of residential and commercial units, large-scale community improvement plans and the development of dedicated business expansion efforts such as the Special Improvement District. Millburn-Short Hills has frequently been cited as one of the best places to live in the United States and continues to attract new residents as one of New Jersey’s highest-income communities, which is an excellent economic indicator for business growth and investment.

To learn more, visit the Township of Millburn website.

From restaurants, education, cultural destinations, and entrepreneurs to small batch manufacturers, creative new retailers, professional services, tech businesses, corporate satellite offices and more, we encourage you to open your business in Millburn-Short Hills.  We’re here to help you every step of the way – please see the Millburn-Short Hills Business Success Kit that we’ve developed to help get you started.

Check out the exciting new businesses opening soon!

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