About South Jerseys

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South Jersey comprises the southern portions of the U.S. state of New Jersey between the lower Delaware River and the Atlantic Ocean. The designation is a colloquial one, reflecting not only geographical but perceived cultural differences from the northern part of the state, with no official definition.

New Jersey is sandwiched between two large cities: New York City in the northeast and Philadelphia in the southwest; Benjamin Franklin called the state "a barrel tapped at both ends". South Jersey may be defined geographically as the area below Interstate 195, in particular the "lower eight counties of New Jersey". Culturally, South Jersey is defined as the area in New Jersey within the influence of the Philadelphia metropolitan area (also known as the Delaware Valley).

Torah Links of South Jersey is Located in the greater Cherry Hill area.
The Township of Cherry Hill, Camden County, New Jersey, lies five miles east of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the Delaware River Valley.

Cherry Hill has long served as Southern New Jersey's commercial center. Corporate citizens include Subaru of America, Inc, TD Bank, Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories, Melitta Coffee and Pinnacle Foods Corp (makers of Vlasic, Duncan Hines).

Residential housing stock varies from pre-war to planned suburban neighborhoods, high-rise rental to custom ultra-luxury homes and gated condominium communities.

The value of a home or business in Cherry Hill is enhanced by a world-class municipal services system that includes a brand-new multi-million dollar public library and award-winning police and fire protection.

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