Are you the New in New Jersey and are wondering where a good place to live in New Jersey is? Or perhaps this Garden State has been your home for quite some time and you are looking to re-locate to a different part of the state? Check out Central Jersey’s Middlesex County. We can tell you from first hand experience, If you like to live in luxury (as in a luxury apartment rental or town home that has worthy amenities) and if you can keep up with some fast moving, fast talking Jerseyians, this county may be for you.
One of the greatest things about living in Middlesex County is that there’s so much to do nearby. There’s golf at Tamarack Golf Course in East Brunswick and Raritan Landing Golf Course in Piscataway, just to name two local golf courses. Local parks such as Fords Park and Raritan Bay Waterfront Park offer plenty of space for biking, walking, and other outdoor sports.
- View a full listing of parks in Middlesex County.
If you want to visit a place that’s a little more scenic for a leisurely stroll there’s Rutgers Gardens. And, if these things to do are a little mellow for you, the county offers plenty of bars with live entertainment and the Stress Factory Comedy Club is popular among locals. For even more things to do in Middlesex County, check out this listing of 50 attractions. And we have to mention that with Middlesex County you can have the best of multiple worlds. Live in a quiet neighborhood but then drive a few miles and it’s city life to its fullest. The Jersey Shore, New York City, and Philadelphia are rather short drives away.
Another reason why you need to move to Middlesex County now is because of the job market. We’ve spoke with several job seekers and they all agreed that in their job search, they noticed that there seemed to be more jobs in Central and North Jersey vs. South Jersey. Companies north of the Raritan Bridge also seem to pay more than companies south of the Bridge. With New York City close by, it’s not uncommon for Middlesex County residents to work in the City. It’s often cheaper to live New Jersey vs. NYC, too. Our Middlesex County Apartment Rentals offer easy access to major highways and public transportation. As of October 2013, the unemployment rate for residents of Middlesex County was lower than most other counties in New Jersey, as noted by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Statistics:
If you have or are planning on having children, there are a ton of great schools in Middlesex County.
If we’ve convinced you to give this great county a chance, find an apartment in Middlesex County that’s right for you. We offer one, two, and three bedroom apartment rentals and townhomes at rent prices that will fit any budget.