Kearny Uplands

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The Uplands district of Kearny, New Jersey is the residential area in the northwestern portion of town, on a the ridge between the Kearny Meadows and the Passaic River. along which runs Riverbank Park. Some sections are graced with fine Victorian and manor homes; others have homes indicative of a suburban community. A number of multi-family dwellings are scattered throughout the residential area, and the town maintains a fair amount of two (2) family homes. Single-family units account for 32.5% of the total housing stock, while 57.2% consists of multi-family structures fewer than 10 units in size. 10.2% of the housing units are multi-family apartment buildings. A part of the area is Arlington, the name of the railroad station on New Jersey Transit, which was discontinued with the opening of Montclair Connection and Secaucus Junction. The Bergen County town of North Arlington takes its name in relation to this neighborhood, which it borders. Arlington Memorial Park cemetery is located on Schuyler Avenue.[1][2]

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Coordinates: 40°46′32″N 74°08′59″W / 40.77560°N 74.14964°W / 40.77560; -74.14964