Haddon Heights was the top ranking town in Camden County to make New Jersey Monthly's list of Best Places to Live in New Jersey.
Haddon Heights has it all - a high performing school system; diverse housing stock; safe, wide, and walkable streets; thriving commercial and business corridors, and a progressive outlook on the future.
Everyone, from singles to families to seniors, enjoys the small town feel that can be found in Haddon Heights. The Haddon Heights Library is open six days a week and serves as the heart of town, providing enrichment through a number of social and community events.
An effective school system that includes three grade schools, a high school, and three private schools, strengthens the community. Children often walk to school. Additionally, eight churches provide worship opportunities for a wide variety of faiths, while offering a range of community programs and day care options.
From Colonial through Cape Cod to modern condominiums, all types of housing options can be found in Haddon Heights. Prices range from $150,000 to upwards of a million, and residential rents begin at $800 for a one-bedroom apartment.