Cherry Hill is the second largest township in Camden County, New Jersey. It is conveniently located in the Delaware Valley and in close proximity to some of the best cities in the country. The town is approximately 25 minutes from Philadelphia, 35 minutes from Trenton which is the state's capital, and just over an hour's drive to New York City. Aside from its excellent location, Cherry Hill also prides itself on the safety, affordability, and high-quality healthcare and education that it offers its residents.
Population and Neighborhood
According to the recent estimates of the U.S. Census Bureau, the town’s population now reaches 71,245. With its 15 constituent neighborhoods, Cherry Hill Mall is the most populous with its 14,171 inhabitants. Greentree is the second most populous neighborhood with a number of 11,367 inhabitants. The neighborhoods of Ellisburg, Charleston East / Deer Park, Brookfield / Haddon Towne, and Willowdale are a haven to medium-sized families who prefer a three to five-bedroom home. Fox Hollow Woods and Kings Hwy / Chapel Ave W are the neighborhoods preferred by the working population who are employed in executive and higher-level management positions. The inhabitants of Cherry Hill can enjoy the abundance of job opportunities offered by the numerous big companies that chose to build their headquarters in this historic town. Labor is offered at a rate that is higher than average and there are no local income taxes imposed in the municipal government. With this, residents will be able to afford the shopping and recreational activities abound in this ever-growing township of Cherry Hill.
The racial composition of Cherry Hill is 70.6% white, 13.6% Asian, 6.7% Hispanic, 6.3% African American, and 2.8% other races. Cherry Hill has an average household income of $111,190 with a median home value of $277,300 and an average monthly rental cost of $1,420. The town has something to offer to everyone which is evident in its 17.3% foreign-born residents who decided to relocate and settle in this beautiful town. From shopping, dining, recreation, to art, Cherry Hill will provide you an endless opportunity for fun and enjoyment while enjoying its rich culture and heritage.
Cherry Hill is one of the best townships to live in New Jersey. It is where you can enjoy significant rain showers even in the driest month. Sunny days are within average which is at 205 sunny days per year. The snowfall is 15 inches below the national average which is 28 inches per year. July Is the town’s hottest month with a temperature that averages 88 degrees. It is also the best month to visit a few of the 51 large town parks and numerous farms that typically offer special seasonal activities for both locals and tourists. January is Cherry Hill’s coldest month with a temperature that averages to 25 degrees. The township of Cherry Hill is reputed as one of the best suburbs in Philadelphia and is ranked as one of the top 50 best small cities in the country. Its location is ideal for commuters and travelers who want to escape the crowded cities and enjoy a fun and relaxing weekend getaway.