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Two neighborhoods in this New Jersey city called ‘sanctuaries of sleep’

Our days in the Garden State can be stressful, we have a lot going on.

After a busy day, we all just want a good night’s sleep, but where are the best places to get it in New Jersey?

Amerisleep recently surveyed 3,000 people to identify the most coveted sleep havens in the U.S.

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Basically, hidden gems where residents can not only take advantage of the hustle and bustle of city life, but also enjoy a good rest.

Of the top 250 “sanctuaries,” two New Jersey cities made the list.

At number 218 was…

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View of the lake, Paterson

Lakeview is approximately 3 miles from downtown and features parks, schools and quiet residential streets.

The neighborhood’s suburban feel and low levels of traffic contribute to its serenity.

Breaking into the top 100, peaking at number 88 on the list…

Riverside, Paterson

Located along the Passaic River, this area offers residents tranquil river views, lush green spaces, and a variety of outdoor activities.

Its proximity to downtown Paterson ensures easy access to city amenities and cultural attractions.

Totowa Avenue is particularly notable, with charming homes and easy access to local parks, reflecting the neighborhood’s perfect blend of tranquility and convenience.

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You can read the full list of Amerisleep sleep sanctuaries here.

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The above post reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5’s Kylie Moore. The opinions expressed are Kylie’s own. You can follow Kylie on Instagram.
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