Where should I move to in the Philadelphia/South New Jersey area?
May 18, 2009 7:11 AM Subscribe
Where should I move to in the Philadelphia/South NJ/Moorestown area based on these requirements? I have read other questions and still need help.
posted by schroedinger to travel & transportation (6 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
I would like to move to some area in the Philadelphia/Moorestown/South New Jersey region. I have a few requirements:
1) Easy, relatively short commute by car or public transit, to Moorestown, NJ (specifically 111 West 2nd Street)
2) Has coffee shops/froo froo bakeries with job opportunities in at least in the $8-$10/hour range
3) Cheap--ideally could get a room or something somewhere for $600/month or less.
I'm moving up specifically to lift at the gym located at 111 West 2nd Street in Moorestown, so it is vitally important that it be easy to get to there regularly.
I have a pretty high tolerance for sketch. I'm OK with roommates. I have a car, but prefer not to use it. It would be great to somehow live in Philly itself since I think the city would be a better social atmosphere than the suburbs (I'm single and in my mid-twenties), but I'm also not going to have a lot of money to spend on tolls so if that means living in NJ so be it.
If there are job opportunities that pay at least $8-$10/hour outside coffee shops and all that, that's great too, those just happen to be where my job background is centered.
I don't know the area at all, so I'm flying blind here. Any help is welcome.