The Montrose Park neighborhood has been a designated historic site since 1997 and is listed in the National and New…More Jersey State Registries of Historic Places. The Montrose Park Historic District includes parts of Centre Street, Vose Avenue, Warwick Avenue and South Orange Avenue and features about 550 residential properties that illustrate 19th and early 20th-century architectural styles including Victorian, Colonial Revival, Queen Anne, Tudor and Shingle Style homes. The Montrose Park Historic District Association (MPHDA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 1994 in order to raise funds for the preservation and beautification of the district.
Montrose in May House Tours of historic properties are run every other May and lectures are held regarding topics such as researching historic homes, historic landscaping and gardening practices and more. The Association also holds the responsibility of installing Montrose Park street signs and banners to distinguish the historic district and highlight it's unique features.
Salazar Landscaping 170 Montrose Ave, South Orange, NJ07079 Salazar Landscaping is a South Orange-based firm with an office on Montrose Avenue. The company offers landscape design,…More construction and maintenance services for residential clients. Call Salazar Landscaping during regular business hours to schedule an appointment.
Montrose Alternative High School 365 Clark St, South Orange, NJ07079 The Montrose School (formerly an elementary school) houses Columbia High School's alternative program for students at…More risk of not graduating. It's currently undergoing renovations for roof and masonry repairs.
Mountain Station 449 Vose Ave, South Orange, NJ07079 Located in the Montrose area, Mountain Station has direct service to Hoboken. Commuters can apply to the Parking…More Authority for a permit to park in one of the two lots, which have a combined 91 spaces (including one handicapped space). There are no ticket machines or ticket agents. There is a bike rack too.
Applications for permits for resident daytime and nighttime parking, businesses and Seton Hall students are…More available. They can also be obtained online. The Parking Authority also runs commuter jitneys to the South Orange train station from Montrose/Tuxedo Park, Newstead/Wyoming Avenue and Irvington Avenue/Prospect Street/Valley Street. It's $150 for a yearly pass. Mark Hartwyk is the executive director.
Waiting list applications for commuter lots at South Orange Station and Mountain Station can also be obtained at the Parking Authority.