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History Teaneck was created on February 19, 1895 by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature from portions of Englewood Township and Ridgefield Township, both of which are now defunct (despite existing municipalities with similar names), along with portions of Bogota and Leonia.[25] Independence followed the result of a referendum held on January 14, 1895, in which voters favored incorporation by a 46–7 margin.[26] To address the concerns of Englewood Township's leaders, the new municipality was formed as a township, rather than succumbing to the borough craze sweeping across Bergen County at the time.[26] On May 3, 1921, and June 1, 1926, portions of what had been Teaneck were transferred to Overpeck Township.[27] Teaneck lies at the junction of Interstate 95 and the eastern terminus of Interstate 80.[28] The township is bisected into north and south portions by Route 4 and east and west by the CSX Transportation River Subdivision. Commercial development is concentrated in four main shopping areas, on Cedar Lane, Teaneck Road, DeGraw Avenue, West Englewood Avenue and Queen Anne Road, more commonly known as "The Plaza".[29] Teaneck's location at the crossroads of river, road, train and other geographical features has made it a site of many momentous events across the centuries. After the American defeat at the Battle of Fort Washington, George Washington and the troops of the Continental Army retreated across New Jersey from the British Army, traveling through Teaneck and crossing the Hackensack River at New Bridge Landing, which has since been turned into a state park and historic site commemorating the events of 1776 and of early colonial life. In 1965, Teaneck voluntarily desegregated its public schools, after the Board of Education approved a plan to do so by a 7–2 vote on May 13, 1964.[30][31] Teaneck has a diverse population, with large Jewish and African American communities, and growing numbers of Hispanic and Asian residents.[32]

Schools

Teaneck is a diverse community, located a short distance from New York City. Our students enjoy both the vast resources of the city and the advantages of living in a park-filled suburban setting.. Teanecks School Link

Shopping

The Shops at Riverside® link 390 Hackensack Ave, Hackensack, NJ 07601-6310 GARDEN STATE PLAZA link 1 Garden State Plz Paramus NJ 07652 Paramus Park link 700 Paramus Park Paramus, New Jersey 07652-3509

PublicTransport

New Jersey Transit bus service is available in Teaneck, with frequent service on Teaneck Road, Route 4 and Cedar Lane, and less-frequent service on other main streets. NJTransit bus service is offered to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan

Hospitals

Holy Name Medical Center is a fully accredited, not-for-profit community hospital. Founded and sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace in 1925, the hospital has grown to become a comprehensive 361-bed medical center. Affiliation with NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System.
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630 Wyndham Teaneck, New Jersey

History Teaneck was created on February 19, 1895 by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature from portions of Englewood Township and Ridgefield Township, both of which are now defunct (despite existing municipalities with similar names), along with portions of Bogota and Leonia.[25] Independence followed the result of a referendum held on January 14, 1895, in which voters favored incorporation by a 46–7 margin.[26] To address the concerns of Englewood Township's leaders, the new municipality was formed as a township, rather than succumbing to the borough craze sweeping across Bergen County at the time.[26] On May 3, 1921, and June 1, 1926, portions of what had been Teaneck were transferred to Overpeck Township.[27] Teaneck lies at the junction of Interstate 95 and the eastern terminus of Interstate 80.[28] The township is bisected into north and south portions by Route 4 and east and west by the CSX Transportation River Subdivision. Commercial development is concentrated in four main shopping areas, on Cedar Lane, Teaneck Road, DeGraw Avenue, West Englewood Avenue and Queen Anne Road, more commonly known as "The Plaza".[29] Teaneck's location at the crossroads of river, road, train and other geographical features has made it a site of many momentous events across the centuries. After the American defeat at the Battle of Fort Washington, George Washington and the troops of the Continental Army retreated across New Jersey from the British Army, traveling through Teaneck and crossing the Hackensack River at New Bridge Landing, which has since been turned into a state park and historic site commemorating the events of 1776 and of early colonial life. In 1965, Teaneck voluntarily desegregated its public schools, after the Board of Education approved a plan to do so by a 7–2 vote on May 13, 1964.[30][31] Teaneck has a diverse population, with large Jewish and African American communities, and growing numbers of Hispanic and Asian residents.[32]

Schools

Teaneck is a diverse community, located a short distance from New York City. Our students enjoy both the vast resources of the city and the advantages of living in a park-filled suburban setting.. Teanecks School Link

Shopping

The Shops at Riverside® link 390 Hackensack Ave, Hackensack, NJ 07601-6310 GARDEN STATE PLAZA link 1 Garden State Plz Paramus NJ 07652 Paramus Park link 700 Paramus Park Paramus, New Jersey 07652-3509

PublicTransport

New Jersey Transit bus service is available in Teaneck, with frequent service on Teaneck Road, Route 4 and Cedar Lane, and less-frequent service on other main streets. NJTransit bus service is offered to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan

Hospitals

Holy Name Medical Center is a fully accredited, not-for-profit community hospital. Founded and sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace in 1925, the hospital has grown to become a comprehensive 361-bed medical center. Affiliation with NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System.
Area Services
 If your home is currently listed with a real estate broker, this message is not intended to be a solicitation of the listing.  Each WEICHERT franchised office is independently owned and operated.  Weichert is a federally registered trademark owned by Weichert Co.  All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.  REALTOR is a federally registered collective membership mark which identifies a real estate professional who is a member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS and subscribes to its strict Code Of Ethics. Any information or tools on the web site are provided for educational and illustrative purposes only. The accuracy of the calculations and their applicability to your circumstances are not guaranteed. For personal advice regarding your financial situation, please consult with a financial advisor.  It important for each user of this site verify for themselves all assertions and information provided and it is a condition of use of this site. * All dimensions and sizes noted on this site are estimates only and not guaranteed, purchaser and/or purchasers’ agent/broker shall bear the responsibility to confirm all calculations used regarding this home listing prior to purchasing.
 Weichert Realtors Wyckoff 391 Franklin Ave., Wyckoff NJ 07481 Main Office Phone 201-891-3490  Office Fax 201-891-6873
 I am excited to help you in your search of homes for sale in the neighborhoods of Bergen County including: Allendale, Franklin Lakes, Glen Rock, Hawthorne, Mahwah, Midland Park, Oakland, Ramsey, Ridgewood, Saddle River, Teaneck, Upper Saddle River, Waldwick, and Wyckoff

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