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Englewood is a city in Bergen County, New Jersey. It borders on Fort Lee and Englewood Cliffs to its east, Tenafly to its north, Teaneck to its west, and Leonia to its south. Some sections of the city are quite built-up with office buildings and businesses, but it is also home to the Flat Rock Brook nature preserve (pictured below).

Get in

Englewood is quite close to Upper Manhattan. Only Fort Lee is between Englewood and the George Washington Bridge.

By car

Take the George Washington Bridge and follow signs for Route 4 West. There are several exits in Englewood from Route 4.

By bus or jitney

Jitneys that leave from the parking slots just outside the doors of the lower level of the Port Authority George Washington Bridge Bus Station ply Route 4 through Englewood and beyond. There are also NJ Transit buses that come in from the larger Port Authority Bus Terminal on W. 41 St in Midtown Manhattan.

Get around


Flat Rock Brook




  • Kennedy Fried Chicken, 75 West Palisade Avenue. Fried Chicken at a good price.




Go next

Routes through Englewood
DoverHackensack  W I-80.svg E  Fort LeeNew York City via I-95.svg
New York CityFort Lee  N I-95.svgNew Jersey Turnpike Shield.svg S  SecaucusPhiladelphia

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