The article praises the township's proximity to major pharmaceutical factories and to New York City, its growing restaurant scene and the easy access to Watchung Reservation and its outdoor activities. Berkeley Heights is also lauded for having a "neighborly feel."
Money Magazine did have a couple of criticisms. It noted the "few major retailers" in the township and called the area housing market potentially "daunting."
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