154 Apartments for rent in New Brunswick, NJ

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Starting at $1,958
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Plaza Square Apartments
1 Richmond St
New Brunswick, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,958
2 Bedrooms
$2,295
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Prime location close to upscale restaurants, cafes, nightlife and retail shops. Apartments feature stainless steel appliances, vinyl plank flooring, walk-in closets and washer/dryer in each unit. Swimming pool and fitness studio!
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Starting at $1,965
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The Vue
110 Somerset St
New Brunswick, NJ
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1 Bedroom
$1,965
2 Bedrooms
$2,512
New Brunswick apartments close to major employers and cultural attractions. These homes have stainless steel appliances and washers and dryers. Friendly community with on-site management and package receiving services.
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Starting at $1,740
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The Quincy
120 Neilson St
New Brunswick, NJ
Studio
$1,740
1 Bedroom
$1,910
2 Bedrooms
$2,865
Luxurious interiors with granite countertops and updated appliances. Pet-friendly community with a state-of-the-art fitness center and private club room. Minutes from Amtrak NJ Transit and Route 18.
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Starting at $1,299
Updated 18 hrs ago
Livingston Terrace
434 Livingston Ave #613
New Brunswick, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,299
2 Bedrooms
$1,399
A modern and upgraded place to live, this complex offers spacious floor plans, on-site management, large closets, semi-private entrances and easy access to public transportation.
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Starting at $1,500
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Riverside Towers
10 Commercial Ave
New Brunswick, NJ
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1 Bedroom
$1,500
2 Bedrooms
$1,973
In the heart of New Brunswick, near Boyd Park, in a very walkable neighborhood. Close to Route 1, Route 18 and the NY Turnpike. Rutgers University and NJ Transit are a short walk away.
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Starting at $2,500
Updated 3 hrs ago
110 Somerset St 2111
110 Somerset St 2111
New Brunswick, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
Starting at $1,450
Updated 3 hrs ago
39 THROOP Avenue
39 THROOP Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,450
Starting at $2,150
Updated 3 hrs ago
385 GEORGE Street
385 GEORGE Street
New Brunswick, NJ
1 Bedroom
$2,150
Starting at $2,800
Updated 15 hrs ago
212 Hamilton Street
212 Hamilton Street
New Brunswick, NJ
4 Bedrooms
$2,800
Starting at $3,800
Updated 15 hrs ago
1 Guilden Street
1 Guilden Street
New Brunswick, NJ
5 Bedrooms
$3,800
Starting at $1,750
Updated 19 hrs ago
634 Edpas Road
634 Edpas Road
New Brunswick, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,750
Starting at $2,650
Updated 2 days ago
283 Hamilton Street
283 Hamilton Street
New Brunswick, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,650
Starting at $2,000
Updated 2 days ago
1128 Fernwood Court
1128 Fernwood Court
New Brunswick, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
Starting at $1,650
Updated 2 days ago
631 Edpas Road
631 Edpas Road
New Brunswick, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
Starting at $1,950
Updated 2 days ago
110 Somerset Street
110 Somerset Street
New Brunswick, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,950
Starting at $800
Updated 7 days ago
212 George St
212 George St
New Brunswick, NJ
1 Bedroom
$800
Starting at $4,000
Updated 12 days ago
114 Guilden St
114 Guilden St
New Brunswick, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$4,000
Starting at $2,000
Updated 13 days ago
1017 Dogwood Ct Court
1017 Dogwood Ct Court
New Brunswick, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
Starting at $2,800
Updated 13 days ago
105 Harvey St
105 Harvey St
New Brunswick, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,800
Starting at $1,500
Updated 16 days ago
70 Mine Street
70 Mine Street
New Brunswick, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
Starting at $1,750
Updated 22 days ago
39 THROOP Avenue
39 THROOP Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,750
Starting at $2,550
Updated 24 days ago
1 Delafield Street
1 Delafield Street
New Brunswick, NJ
4 Bedrooms
$2,550
Starting at $1,675
Updated 2 months ago
75 Delafield Street
75 Delafield Street
New Brunswick, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,675
Starting at $2,100
Updated 2 months ago
36 Handy Street
36 Handy Street
New Brunswick, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,100

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City GuideNew Brunswick

The world headquarters of Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceuticals and many other medical care facilities and companies, including Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and the New Jersey Cancer Institute, are located in New Brunswick, NJ. No wonder its been dubbed The Health Care City.

An energetic city of just over 55,000 residents, New Brunswick, New Jersey often seems busier in the daytime, with corporate and medical employees, and college students and college staff bustling around town. With a popular cultural arts center, stellar medical facilities, and prestigious institutes of higher learning within its boundaries, New Brunswick has plenty to offer its residents in its culturally diverse, vibrant neighborhoods.

Moving to New Brunswick

With so many colleges in town, be sure to keep track of semester breaks when you look for a place to live. Rentals will be harder to come by in the fall, than the summer. Start your apartment search early.Public transportation is excellent both in town and getting out of town. You may not need a car at all living here.

Looking for a town with a substantial corporate and medical job growth, excellent medical care, and significant cultural activities? New Brunswick is your place. And, its conveniently located midway between the cultural megalopolis of New York City and the urban oasis of Philadelphia. Hop on the train and the entire Eastern Seaboard is yours.

Neighborhoods

New Brunswick City Center:Reasonably priced and located close to many major employers, City Centers properties range from small apartment complexes to three bedroom houses for rent. Many of the properties are renter occupied, with the age of buildings ranging from historic time periods prior to 1940, up to 1970. Over sixty percent of residents here do not own a car, and twenty percent actually walk to work. Youll find many residents here employed in manufacturing and labor as well as in management and sales positions.$

Westons Mills / Edgebrook:This middle income community has a dense urban feel, with apartment homes in medium sized single family homes and high rise apartments. Properties range in age from 1940 up to 1999. A low vacancy rate here means the rental market is tight, so if you choose this neighborhood for your apartment rental, be prepared to look early. Many residents drive to work, with a commute time of fifteen minutes. $$

Jersey Ave / How Lane:Also urban in density, this middle income community offers a variety of apartment rental choices from single family homes to complexes. There are also many attractive row houses and town homes. A solid group - 24% - of people who carpool to work live here. This community features a significant Hispanic population, and is family oriented. $$

Raritan Gardens:Residences here range from small apartment buildings to high rises complexes. Many buildings are older, having been built between 1940 and 1999. Many residents are college students - 53%, in fact. If youre looking for a student-centric neighborhood, this is your spot. Cafes, bars, and shops all cater to the student life. $$

Living in New Brunswick

New Brunswick began by Royal charter in 1730, incorporated as a city in 1784. Because of its central location between New York City and Philadelphia, New Brunswick was a major travel and trade hub. Rutgers University, then Queens College, was founded in 1766.Along with Rutgers, which has three campuses in the city, the town hosts the New Brunswick Theological Seminary, the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and a campus of Middlesex County College.

New Brunswick houses many well known American companies and colleges. In fact, the town hosts medical giant Johnson & Johnsons world headquarters, corporate giant Bristol-Myers Squibb, the countrys largest medical school, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and the Robert Wood Johnson University hospital, and Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey.

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The Hungarian Heritage Center located in New Brunswick is the only facility of its kind in the U.S. With a museum, library, and archives, the role of those with Hungarian heritage in the U.S. is documented and preserved throughout American history. The archival and museum collectionsbegin with colonial days in this premier exhibit space. In the 1930s, one quarter of the Hungarian population of New Jersey resided in the city - one out of three city residents were Hungarian. Today, youll find no shortage of Hungarian bakeries and goulash recipes in town. The Hungarian Heritage Festival is held the first Saturday in June, annually.

Along with the citys substantial Hungarian population, about 50% of the city is Hispanic, including those with Puerto Rican and Dominican ancestry. Housing and businesses are diverse too: major employers formed a development company to gentrify the downtown area, and consolidate the business community in a central, downtown area. Gateway Tower, a high rise redevelopment project next to the train station, houses apartments, condos, and parking, and is connected to the station via a bridge walkway. Most of New Brunswick's retail businesses are within this designated Urban Enterprise Zone.

New Brunswick residents can take New Jersey Transit and Amtrak trains into Manhattan, Trenton, Newark, and Philadelphia. Local bus service and long distance busses are also easily accessed. With plenty of commuter parking, the town embraces the concept of easy access in and out of the city.And if you must drive, the city is less than a mile from I-95, the New Jersey Turnpike, as well as state routes including the Garden State Parkway.

Get Cultured in New Brunswick

New Brunswick has a little bit of New Yorks Times Square in its veins, with three professional theatrical venues occupying space downtown. The George Street Playhouse, the State Theater which is home to the American Repertory Ballet, and the award winning Crossroads Theater.In addition, Rutgers offers sophisticated student productions. Music is also well patronized - local bars and clubs have spawned national acts like Bon Jovi.

Art and dining dont receive short shrift either. The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University, Albus Cavus, and the Rutgers University Geology Museum showcase world class exhibitions; New Brunswick itself was known from the 1950's through the 70's as a home to avant garde art sometimes called the "New Brunswick School of Painting."

With Italian, Middle Eastern, Ethopian, Hungarian, Thai and Peruvian among the distinctive cuisines in town, residents have plenty of dining options. In a hurry? Check out the Food Trucks at Rutgers University's College Avenue campus. Nicknamed "Grease Trucks" these rolling restaurants serve up a local speciality: "Fat Sandwiches," or subs with multiple ingredients.

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