New Brunswick is the county seat of Middlesex County and it sits on the banks of the Raritan River. It is home to Rutgers Unitversity's largest campus, Johnson & Johnson's corporate headquarters, both Robert Wood Johnson & St. Peter's hospitals, the State Theater and Bristol Meyers Squibb also has a campus here. It will also soon be home to the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, which is currently under construction
This dynamic city has been undergoing a massive redevelopment project for the past several decades and those efforts continue today. With investments from the city and some of the major players in town, entire city blocks have been rebuilt to enhance quality of life, economic growth and beautification. Rutgers is building quickly throughout the fabric of our city, while new residential condo and apartment towers are popping up everywhere. Critical infrastructure has also been enhanced with new grocery stores, theaters and even the redesign of Route 18 which runs thru the city and the waterfront where someday it could provide ferry service to NYC.
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NJ Transit's Northeast Corridor line makes it convenient to go to NYC or Philadelphia, PA
Boyd Park runs along the Raritan River and it has a stage for musical events or it makes for a great spot to watch fireworks.
New Brunswick is home to New Jersey's largest state university which offers many fields of study including medicine, health, liberal arts, theological & sports.
There are many excellent restaurants in New Brunswick featuring a wide variety of menus and price ranges. You'll love dining here.
The State Theater has been entertaining crowds for decades. Along with the new NBPAC facility (opening soon), they will bring a whole new level of theatrical entertainment.
There is a wide variety of venues to escape to for some fun including Pearle (dance club), Stress Factory (comedy club) or bars and taverns like Harvest Moon or Clydes.
Boyd Park sits on the banks of the Raritan River which flows through New Brunswick. It's a fun place to relax in the sun or take in some music at the stage.
There are many sporting events in and around New Brunswick up to and including Rutgers football games at the nearby stadium
The largest state university in New Jersey, consisting of 5 campuses in and around New Brunswick, Livingston, Busch, College Ave, Douglas & Cook,
Johnson & Johnson's corporate headquarters is located in downtown New Brunswick
Replacing the GeorgeStreet Playhouse & Crossroads theaters, the new New Brunswick Performing Arts Center (NBPAC) is expected to be a huge addition to the city's culture.
Robert Wood Johnson is a teaching hospital now affiliated with St. Barnabas and it has close ties to Rutgers University and their medical programs .
For nearly a century, this theater has been offering fantastic events for our community, even throughout the holidays.
New Brunswick is the county seat for Middlesex County, so many of the administrative and judicial buildings are located here .
While education and health are two primary components of this city, it is also filled with culture and entertainment. There are numerous restaurants and other eateries, coffee shops, stores, hotels, bars, taverns and clubs which make living here so pleasant.