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The History of South Orange, NJ
A main road through town, South Orange Avenue, was said to have been a native trail before the first European settlement of the area in the 17th century. The town, along with adjacent Orange, East Orange, and West Orange, was named for the ruler of England, William of Orange.
In the late nineteenth century, the town was a vacation resort for residents of New York City.
The Orange Lawn Tennis Club was founded in 1880, and in 1886 was the location of the first US national tennis championships. Major tournament events continued there throughout the grass court era, and even into the 1970s professional events would occasionally be held there.
A nationally famed hotel and recreational spa was also located in town, but was destroyed by fire sometime before World War II. A rock quarry operated until the late 1970s.
In the 1920s, Thomas Edison inagurated electric train service to Hoboken, and South Orange and other towns along the new line began their transformation into bedroom communities for New York, housing a sizeable number of commuters. This train line still operates today, and its extension directly into Manhattan's Penn Station in the late 1990s caused a surge in real estate prices as the commute time dropped from about an hour to just over twenty from platform to platform. Demand for commuter parking permits in lots adjoining the train and bus stations is quite high. Movers South Orange, NJ

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