North Brunswick Township2018-08-06T11:22:00+00:00


    Living in North Brunswick, NJ

    Near the heart of New Jersey, North Brunswick is a steadily growing community of almost 40,000 residents spread over 12.3 square miles. North Brunswick has 4 elementary schools, 1 middle school and 1 high school, which has been named a Blue Ribbon school, the highest designation for public schools in the state of New Jersey.

    North Brunswick is a quiet community with ample open space. North Brunswick offers multiple communities with one-, two-, and three bedroom apartment rentals in Middlesex County. The town claims 22 parks and nature reserves, including the North Brunswick Community Park, a 105-acre nature area open since 2007—complete with 4 baseball fields, 6 soccer fields, a dog park, and a 2.2-mile path for walking and running. In addition, the Farrington Lake Open Space and Conservation Area is a 146-acre plot of land along the Farrington Lake Shoreline, marking the border between North Brunswick and its neighbor East Brunswick. North Brunswick’s idyllic rural setting is complemented by its neighbor to the North, New Brunswick, a lively hub for arts and culture and home to Rutgers University. Moreover, within North Brunswick itself, there are an array of shopping centers, including the Shoppes at North Brunswick, a mid-range shopping complex with a wide variety of retail stores and restaurants. For more information about events, activities, and places of interest in North Brunswick, NJ CLICK HERE!

    NJ Transit’s Jersey Avenue station in North Brunswick offers commuter service to Midtown Manhattan via the Northeast Corridor train line. Moreover, US Route 1 traverses the township, and is accessible via exit 130 off of the Garden State Parkway and exit 9 off of the NJ Turnpike. Alternatively, US Route 130 runs through North Brunswick. Browse our North Brunswick apartments for rent below.