New Brunswick, situated on the Raritan River, is a 5 square mile city and a vibrant hub of education, museums, art galleries, theatre, pubs, and restaurants.
This is one of the few cities in New Jersey that you can live in without a car. The city runs free shuttle buses throughout the city, in addition to train and bus service provided by New Jersey Transit to/from New York City.
The driving force behind the growth and culture of New Brunswick has been the cooperative effort amongst academia, and the public and private sectors. These entities include Rutgers University, the oldest state university in America and a group of prominent pharmaceutical and health care industry.
New Brunswick also has one of the most diverse mix of residents in the state with the latest census revealing that it has a resident population of over 75 different ancestries.