Cherry Hill, is a township in Camden County, New Jersey, with a population of 71,045 (2010 census), and is considered an edge city of Philadelphia which is just eight miles away. Cherry Hill is a white-collar town as most of its ethnically diverse workforce are professionals employed in management occupations, computers and sales. It also has a very high rate (51%) of adults having earned at least a four-year college degree.
Garden State Park was a popular harness and throughbred race track located here, but is now the site of a high-end mixed-use town center that includes a transit stop, stores, restaurants, townhomes, apartments and condominiums. The Cherry Hill Mall is one of the first malls developed on the East Coast in 1961, and today is a super-regional shopping center. Camden County Community College is also located here and offers degrees in several fields along with certificate and training programs. Picture of Cherry Hill's Transit Station courtesy of Wikipedia and Adam Moss; photo of the Main Building of the Camden County College Cherry Hill Campus courtesy of Wikipedia and Profgennari; photo of the Community Park sign courtesy of Wikipedia and Tinton5.