Paterson

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Paterson is a bustling community which is located in Passaic County. Paterson is the third largest city in New Jersey. With over 154,000 residents, Paterson was named after the Governor of New Jersey and one of the original signors of the Constitution, William Paterson. There are typically a variety of homes for sale in the Paterson and potential buyers will find the city to be conveniently located and home to a diverse community. Whether one chooses to live downtown or one of the area's many residential neighborhoods, they find there are many homes to choose from in Paterson.

As Paterson is located near several major routes, such as Interstate 80 and Routes 4, 19, and 20, residents find that public transportation, including the commuter rail and bus services, is readily available. Commuting to other parts of the county and state for work or pleasure is easy and accessible.

Paterson has an interesting history and was well known as a major source of silk production in the late 1800's. Known as Silk City, the city of Paterson was home to many immigrant laborers who came to work in the factories. Until the 1913 Paterson silk strike, immigrants found themselves working under dangerous conditions and for very low wages. These conditions resulted in the development of unions, at which point many factories began moving out of the city.

Because Paterson is the third largest city in New Jersey, there are several schools that serve the student aged children. Paterson has over thirty elementary and middle schools, as well as four high schools and several academies.