Be the first person to move into your newly renovated apartment today! * All apartments at Mariner's Landing are being renovated with brand new kitchens featuring new granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, custom cabinets and ceramic tile floors. You have a choice of spacious one and two bedroom apartment homes in a variety of unique floor plans, many including lofts with soaring ceilings and skylights. Each controlled access building is located amongst gorgeous landscaped grounds including a heated swimming pool with direct access to the Hudson River Walk and spectacular Manhattan views. Leave your car in your private garage as shopping and the NY Waterway ferries are within walking distance. Contact us to arrange for a personal tour today! * Apartments in Edgewater, NJ 07020 * Apartments for rent in Edgewater, NJ 07020 are nestled quietly in Bergen County between the Hudson River and a narrow island of forest atop Palisades Cliff, which runs south and slightly west from Palisades Park Recreation Area. The river itself forms the sleepy, pastoral town's eastern boundary. River Road bisects the narrow strip of land, connecting Edgewater to the New Jersey Turnpike (U.S. Interstate 95) and George Washington Bridge to the north and the Lincoln Tunnel toward the south. Accordingly, Edgewater, NJ, has the peace and tranquility of an isolated riverside community when it wants to and the convenience of the big city whenever the citizens deem necessary. * As of the 2010 Census, the town had 11,513 people and a population density of 12,312 per square mile. By comparison, New York City, visible across the river, had a population density of 27,550 per square mile, more than double what it is in Edgewater. The town boasts its own medical center, shopping mall and multiplex cinema. These are clustered at the southern end of the town. * Toward the north end of the town are the Edgewater Marina and the Grand Cove Marina, roughly 100 feet apart, with Edgewater Ferry Landing extending into the river at the shoreline. Not far from the marinas is the Edgewater Community Center, boasting ample playing fields, tennis courts and an extensive riverside park area. Quite a lot of historical significance is crammed into this tiny area that is less than two square miles in size. The Binghamton Ferry, Borough Hall and public library are all listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. * Binghamton Ferry * The Binghamton is a retired ferry boat that transported passengers back and forth across the Hudson River between Hoboken and New York City from 1905 to 1967. Recommissioned as a floating restaurant until 2007, the Binghamton, possibly the last surviving steam ferry to serve the Hudson, is awaiting new instructions. * Lehigh Valley No. 79 * One of less than a dozen surviving covered railroad barges, Lehigh Valley No. 79 remains in excellent condition as the only surviving example of an all-wooden Hudson River Railroad Barge. She now serves as a waterfront museum. * Hollywood has taken notice of the town as well. The 1997 feature film "Cop Land," starring Silvester Stallone and Robert Di Niro, was filmed in Edgewater.