Popular Neighborhoods

Jersey Shore

Situated along the beautiful Navesink River and five miles from the Atlantic Ocean, Red Bank is a noted social and commercial destination, filled with eclectic restaurants, trendy stores, coffee shops and nightlife that rivals Greenwich Village. The area is also home to several large financial companies including Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, Fidelity, and Charles Schwab.

Established in 1693, Middletown Township is one of the oldest original settlements in New Jersey. Voted one of the top 100 Best places to live in CNNMoney.com business site for 2006, 2008 and 2010 it offers several designated historic districts, residential neighborhoods and the natural beauty of the Raritan Bay shore coastline.

A recent redevelopment program revitalized the housing, restaurant venue and boardwalk of this historic shore town famous for its music scene. In addition to offering one of the best beaches in New Jersey, area neighborhoods showcase a diverse architecture of Queen Anne, Craftsman bungalow, Art Deco, Moderne, and Seashore colonial styles.

A popular resort town where many New Yorkers vacation or settle, Long Branch offers cutting-edge beachside condos, premium shops, upscale restaurants and nightclubs, making it a trendy spot for both young and old. The town features several distinct neighborhoods as well as a 38-acre oceanfront park with beaches, fishing, boating, plus a boardwalk.

A short distance to New York City and the beaches, this close-knit town, just 2.3 square miles in size, offers an excellent transportation network, wealth of natural resources and an urban setting. With several distinct neighborhoods defined by its two lakes, properties include lake-front homes, large colonials, smaller capes and ranches.

Close to New York City transportation lines and just a half hour ride to beaches, this 5.4 square mile township offers quality living to city commuters who desire a more natural setting. Family ambiance, a comprehensive park system and rural areas with lakes offer a small-town feel in a progressive setting.

A forty-minute ferry ride to New York’s Wall Street area, this seaside village sits high on the hill overlooking the ocean, offering condo living with spectacular views of NY Harbor, Manhatten as well the beautiful barrier island of Sandy Hook. Woodland trails, fine dining and a historical lighthouse also distinguish this small town.

Charming single-family homes, lush parks, historic sites, excellent schools, a quaint historic shopping district and an annual Fireman’s Fair that attracts musicians from around the world characterize this small water community located on the southern banks of the Navesink River and just 26 miles south of New York City.

An 11 square mile suburban community that prides itself on social diversity, the Township of Ocean offers close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean beaches, an expansive park system, well-established senior housing communities and outstanding public school system among its amenities that make it popular among both young families and retirees.

Close proximity to the beaches and the Garden State Parkway make this community- oriented town popular among commuters traveling to northern New Jersey. In addition to affordable housing and a large retirement community, the municipality is rich in natural resources, with many parks and the highest waterfall along the Atlantic Coastal Plain.