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Frequently Asked Questions


Is there public transportation in the area?

Horizon House is easily accessible by car, bus and ferry. One mile south of the George Washington Bridge, Horizon makes it a breeze to get in and out of Manhattan.


To Port Authority Bus Terminal, 42nd Street, via Lincoln Tunnel

NJ Transit 156


To Port Authority Bus Station, 175th Street, via GWB

NJ Transit 181


NY Waterway


How are the schools?

Fort Lee has four elementary schools for K–6, the Lewis F. Cole Middle School and Fort Lee High School, as well as private and parochial schools in town and nearby. 


Shops and restaurants?


There are a variety of specialty shops on Main Street with high-end stores scheduled to come following the new construction near the bridge.


Dining & Food

Nearby you will find American, Chinese, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mexican and Thai restaurants for eat-in, take-out or delivery. Two large supermarkets in Fort Lee, plus one specialty market that rivals any in Manhattan. An easy drive to Edgewater brings you to Trader Joe's or Whole Foods.


What about those famous NJ shopping malls?

Get ready for some retail therapy! Paramus is just a few miles west of Fort Lee and easy access to the highways means a quick trip to the Outlets is a breeze.


Want to know more about Fort Lee?

Check out the official web site for Fort Lee and get all the latest info on what's happening in town.


Want to know more about life at Horizon House?

Check out our newsletter, HorizoNews.

Current Issue:

Click here for the Summer 2022 issue of HorizoNews (pdf format)

Back Issues:

Click here for the Autumn 2021 issue of HorizoNews Special Mini Edition (pdf format)

Click here for the Spring 2021 HorizoNews Mini Edition (pdf format)

Click here for the Autumn 2020 Special Mini HorizoNews (pdf format)



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