Town of Morristown
Since the birth of the nation, Morristown has been a crossroads of culture and commerce. Morristown National Historical Park (Washington’s Headquarters, Fort Nonsense, Jockey Hollow) was the first in the country. Morristown is the seat of Morris County and home to northwest Jersey’s only regional trauma center. Downtown wakes up with early morning exercise classes and sidewalk cafes and stays lively late into the night. Even visitors to Morristown Medical Center take advantage of the mixed-use business district, with its 141 restaurants, 20 bars, 9 coffee shops, award-winning 1,302-seat Community Theatre and upscale 10 screen cinema.
At just 2.8 square miles, Morristown’s distinct residential neighborhoods and downtown condo’s and apartments are home to 18,000 residents. All are walkable to downtown, centered on the Revolutionary-era Morristown Green. Morristown’s prime location brings some 22,000 workers and 106,000 drivers into the area each day, supporting local businesses. 96% of the town’s 1M square feet of retail space is occupied, mostly by small business entrepreneurs.