Cresskill offers a mix of homes from modern to historic Victorians. The Cresskill public schools serves K-5 at the Edward H. Bryan School, 6-8 at Cresskill Middle School and 9-12 at the Cresskill High School. Cresskill residents have access to great restaurants and varieties of boutiques in neighbor towns Englewood & Tenafly. There are a few popular eateries to enjoy in town, a gourmet sushi spot called Umeya, the family-friendly Hungry Peddler, Samdam middle eastern, Hanami and the cool Farmhouse Cafe amoung others. Many options of recreational sports are offered all year around in Cresskill, and an annual Fourth of July celebration is held at the community center offering pony rides, cotton candy, free ice cream and much more. It’s desirable location and proximity to the city is what draws people to this town,  The New Jersey Transit offers service to the Port Authority Bus terminal in Midtown Manhattan. Bus service to the George Washington Bridge bus terminal is provided by Rockland Coaches. Since its birth, Cresskill has provided a place for people to raise families and build a sense of community. It continues to appeal to those who seek a peaceful community near the thriving metropolis of New York.