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A Deeper Look Into the Town of Cross Key, NJ

The slip and fall lawyers in Cross Key, NJ, at NJ Injury Guys, have gathered some interesting details about the area for your reading enjoyment.

Cross Key

The unincorporated community is situated in Monroe Township in Gloucester County, New Jersey. Williamstown is to its south and Turnersville to the north. Tuckahoe Road runs north and south through the heart of the neighborhood along with Main Street. The Atlantic City Expressway is on the outer eastern border. 

History

Originally the area belonged in the Washington Township and was part of Camden County. It was not until 1871 that it shifted over to Gloucester County. In 1959 it was formally recognized as the Monroe Township, named after President James Monroe. Monroe was the United States' fifth President that served from 1817 to 1825 and was considered one of the country's founding fathers. 

Neighborhood

The area is home to many shopping and retail plazas. Cross Keys Place is located on Tuckahoe Road and offers some of the following vendors:

  • Petco
  • Bed Bath & Beyond
  • A. C. Moore Arts & Crafts
  • Old Navy

Not too far away is another shopping plaza, Cross Keys Commons, on American Boulevard. Some of the vendors located in the plaza include:

  • Ross Dress for Less
  • Rainbow Shops
  • Sally Beauty Supply 
  • Famous Footwear Shoe Store

Demographics

In addition to the other communities that make up the Monroe Township, the population was 36,129 according to the 2010 census. This included 12,815 households and 9,445 families. This was an increase of 24.7% since the count in 2000 that included 28,967 people. The racial breakdown of the township was the following: 

  • 84.83% white
  • 11.15% African American
  • 2.71% Hispanic or Latino
  • 1.23% Asian
  • 0.25% Native American
  • 0.03% Pacific Islander
  • 0.99% other races
  • 1.52% two or more races

As many as 89.9% of the population speak English, and the remaining can speak Polish, Chinese, or Spanish. The ancestral makeup of the residents in Cross Key was the following:

  • 33.3% Italian
  • 25.7% Irish
  • 19.5% German
  • 6.8% English
  • 6.1% Polish

The average household income was $66,761 in 2010, an increase from $56,810 in 2000. The occupational breakdown of the employed residents is the following:

  • 45.7% executive, management, and professional occupations
  • 27.3% sales and service jobs
  • 14.8% manufacturing and laborer occupations
  • 12.2% clerical, assistant, and tech support occupations

To continue learning about the nearby communities: Get to Know the Town of Erial, NJ

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Date Published: May 28, 2021
Gabriel DiLeonardo, Esq. is a New Jersey licensed attorney-at-law. He helps people who suffer injuries get justice through personal injury lawsuits.
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