Not too busy. Not too quiet. Juuust right.

Don’t appreciate the traffic snarls, noisy nights, and sky-high prices of the city
BUT don’t want a life of suburban seclusion, too-long commutes, and nonexistent neighborhood amenities either?

Make your way to the diverse, convenient community of Old Bridge.
Here, suburban space and serenity are balanced with:

Flourishing shopping centers minutes from home

Abundant eateries and bars, just right for a casual lunch with friends

Public transportation, for when the car is not an option

And local and state parks galore

But it doesn’t end there.

With NYC 40 miles away, everything the renowned city has to offer – from jobs to bagels to photo ops – is yours for the taking.

So you get the peace of the suburbs and the perks of the city.

Within a 15 minute radius:


  • Wawa
  • Acme Shopping Center
  • Renaissance Plaza
  • Deep Run Shopping Center


  • Players Fun Zone
  • The Fun & Fit Factory
  • Carroll Indoor Sports Center
  • Off Track Art Co-operative and Gallery
  • Galley 99 – Ain’t That a Frame

Outdoor Activities

  • Phillips Open Space Preserve
  • Jamesburg Park Conservation Area
  • Etsch Farm
  • Cheesequake State Park
  • Monmouth Battlefied State Park


  • Aberdeen Matawan – Commuter Rail
  • South Amboy – Commuter Rail
  • Rte 18 at Pine Tree Blvd – Bus Stop
  • Ferry Rd at Schindler Drive N – Bus Stop


  • Middlesex County College
  • Old Bridge Township Public School
  • Asher Holmes Elementary School
  • Alan B Shephard Jr School
  • Chamberlain University College of Nursing