Cadmus House 14-01 Pollitt Dr, Fair Lawn, NJ07410 Built in the early 1800s, the Thomas Cadmus House is now the home of the borough museum. Adjacent to the Radburn…More Railroad Station, the stone building features exhibits that celebrate the history of Fair Lawn. To arrange a private tour, phone the Cadmus House and leave a message on the answering machine.
Rehabilitation Specialists 18-01 Pollitt Dr, Fair Lawn, NJ07410 Rehabilitation Specialists offers a variety of services to individuals who suffer traumatic brain injuries. Each…More patient is given an evaluation and a unique recovery plan, including rehabilitation in an outpatient program, community-supported apartments, group homes or the individual's house.
Midland Enterprises 299 Market St, Saddle Brook, NJ07663 This large industrial park is home to numerous business offices in Saddle Brook. Tenants include printing and publishing…More houses and building cleaning and maintenance services. Visitor sign-in and tags are required to enter the building.
K II Realty 1-24 17th St, Fair Lawn, NJ07410 This satellite branch of K II Realty -- the main office is located in Lodi -- sits in a residential house with a sign on…More the front lawn that resembles the "For Sale" signs you'd find on the homes the agency represents. Call 201-398-9088 to set up an appointment.
A planned community developed in 1929 by Clarence Stein and Henry Wright, Radburn was the first American town to be…More "constructed" rather than "founded." The idea was to build a self-sufficient entity with residential, commercial and industrial areas. It was the first community with separation of vehicular and pedestrian traffic, and every home was planned with access to park walks.
Today, about 3,100 people live in Radburn, with housing consisting of 469 single family homes, 48 townhouses, 30 two-family houses, a 93- unit apartment complex and 10 condominium units. Radburn is part of the borough of Fair Lawn, but the Radburn Association—which has nine trustees elected by residents and a paid full-time manager—oversees community property and recreation programs. Residents pay Fair Lawn taxes plus a Radburn charge for property maintenance and programs, which include adult aerobics, men's basketball, a swim team and the Radburn Players—New Jersey's oldest continuously performing theater group.
The Radburn Association site—located at 29-20 Fair Lawn Avenue—was included in the National Register of Historic Places and the New Jersey State Register in 1974.