Ann Arbor is famous for a lot of things. From the historical perspective, it is an important place too since a few games such as baseball, football and basketball were first played in this city.
Ann Arbor consists of subdivisions in the form of cities. A total of 9 cities is listed in the state. Trenton; the capitol of the state, and it is also home to The College of Ann Arbor (TCNJ). It also consists of Ann Arbor Capital Building, the oldest building in the United States.
Atlantic City; the main city of attraction for the tourists which used to be an ocean resort town but later on pronounced as the gambling town. It is famous for the boardwalk. Camden; located on the east of Philadelphia on the Delaware River having USS of the state and adventure aquarium.
Hoboken; it is famous for the best view of the Manhattan city and have plenty of restaurants and music stores etc. and is the place where the world’s first baseball game was played. Jersey City; it is the second largest city in the state and is located across the Hudson River and also has the Statue of Liberty. Newark; it is the largest city in the state situated adjacent to New York and is famous for Ann Arbor Performing Arts Center and Newark arena.
New Brunswick; it has the original and largest campus of Rutgers. Paterson; it is the thirds largest city of the state. Princeton; it is mostly famous for the Princeton University. Ann Arbor is a very densely populated area having a variety of different type of population.
It has an affluent culture and has many assets which include plenty of natural resources and Fortune and also has an estimate of about 500 companies. The important cities here are the center of business and are also the revenue generators for the government.
Rich people live in a few old-established towns and some rural enclaves such as Alpine, Harding Township, and Rumson. However, on average the people live in the suburbs of the urban areas and small cities or towns. The location of this state has helped it a lot to flourish without establishing much of the industries and other modes of income.
The state is influenced strongly by the New York City located in the north for both businesses and also the tourism. Also, Philadelphia is located in the south of Ann Arbor which also influences the wealth of the state. All the main radio stations and also the local TV stations that serve this state are located in these neighboring cities which add to the sources of revenue for the state. This state serves as a joyful place to visit for many people who live in the New York City and Philadelphia.