Piscataway Township2018-08-06T11:28:20+00:00


    Living in Piscataway, NJ

    New Jersey’s fifth oldest township, Piscataway is a 19.1 square mile community of approximately 52,000 residents. This diverse Middlesex County community has 10 public schools, including the recently renovated Piscataway Township High School, serving approximately 2,200 students.

    Ranked America’s 23rd Best Place to Live by CNNMoney.com in 2008, Piscataway has a rich and storied history, as seen in its Road Up Raritan Historic District, a 1.2 mile stretch of houses dating back to the 18th century. In addition, East Jersey Olde Town Village, Cornelius Low House, Metlar/Bodine House Museum, and sites associated with the Fellowship Farm Cooperative Association are all windows into Piscataway’s evolution. Today, Piscataway is on the cutting edge of both knowledge and business: the municipality is home to large research universities (UMDNJ’s Robert Wood Johnson Medical School’s Piscataway Campus and Rutgers University’s Livingston Campus) and international corporations (including Colgate-Palmolive and Johnson & Johnson)—making it a regional employment center. For more information about events, activities, and places of interest in Piscataway, NJ CLICK HERE!

    Route 287 borders Piscataway, while the NJ Turnpike, Garden State Parkway and Route 1 are all convenient to the township. Moreover, Edison Train Station is located just outside of Piscataway, and provides commuter service to New York City and Trenton via NJ Transit’s Northeast Corridor Line. Browse our Piscataway apartments for rent below.