Get the scoop on moving and living in Red Bank with the New York Times article written by By Jill P. Capuzzo.
When Cassie Murphy, a 31-year-old lawyer, got a new job in Red Bank, N.J., in 2014, she and her husband, Kellen, who were living in Hoboken, began to think about moving.
“We knew we wanted to get a little closer to her work,” said Mr. Murphy, 33, also a lawyer, who works in Morristown, N.J.
They wound up in Red Bank, very close to her office — a three-minute drive or a 10-minute walk. (Ms. Murphy usually drives because she carries a lot of paperwork.) Mr. Murphy’s 70-minute commute to his law firm is now a little longer than it was before. They had considered moving somewhere in between her job and his, but “when we saw Red Bank, we were 100 percent set on being in Red Bank proper,” Mr. Murphy said…