The Hamilton Township area, which includes Hamilton Square, Yardville, Bromley, and Whitehorse, has developed into New Jersey’s ninth largest municipality with a population of just below 90,000. Set between the major business centers of New York and Philadelphia, Hamilton has a prime map location for commuters. Hamilton Station, one of New Jersey Transit's newest built stations, opened in 1999 and has become one of the finest transportation hubs on the entire northeast corridor in a few short years.
Homes range from one-bedroom condos to six-bedroom colonials/farmettes. Hamilton features many historic sites, a Civil-war era underground railroad site, Mercer County Park and College, Veteran’s Park, Grounds for Sculpture, and Quakerbridge and Independence malls. Thirty percent of Hamilton is undeveloped with many acres consisting of farmland, preservation areas and parks.
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