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Finding Apartments for Rent in Edison, NJ

Edison is a busy town, perfectly situated near major New Jersey business hubs like Elizabeth, NJ and Staten Island, NY, which ensures that there are lots of choices for living situations. The large volume of commuters living in the area supports a number of garden apartment-type complexes, as well as high-rise buildings closer to the city's center and near the major NJ Transit transportation hubs such as the Edison train station on Plainfield Ave. Depending on your lifestyle needs, roommate situations are also fairly common, given Edison's proximity to schools like Middlesex County College; message boards and newspapers on campus will be your best place to search for these.

Top Neighborhoods in Edison, NJ

While Edison as a whole is an excellent place to live, a handful of neighborhoods stand out as great places to settle down. The most notable of these is the Keasbey/Sand Hills area, which is one of the lowest areas for crime in Edison, as well as conveniently adjacent to Middlesex County College, the commuter-friendly New Jersey Turnpike and the Raritan River, the latter popular among water sports enthusiasts. The tiny community of Valentine, located on the East side of Edison, is another gem, boasting low crime rates and close proximity to both the Turnpike and 440, though not as robustly populated.

Cultural Attractions in Edison, NJ

The town of Edison derives its name from Thomas Alva Edison, a historical inventor credited with a number of inventions including the telephone and the electric lightbulb. The Thomas Edison Center at Menlo Park showcases the advances made by Edison, complete with original laboratory antiques and interpretive displays. In nearby New Brunswick, museum highlights include the Rutgers College-supported Zimmerli Art Museum and Rutgers Geology Museum for the science-minded.

Shopping in Edison, NJ

Edison boasts some amazing places to indulge a shopping spree, so much so that it's not uncommon to see shoppers from across New Jersey flocking to the area. The Menlo Park Mall is perhaps the most well known, with two levels of popular stores, numerous restaurants and even a movie theater tucked into over a million square feet. The nearby Woodbridge Center Mall in Woodbridge, NJ also offers two floors of "retail therapy" to peruse - these two centers along with numerous strip malls scattered around the area give shoppers plenty of options.

Transportation Options in Edison, NJ

New Jersey has an excellent and well-connected transportation network in the form of New Jersey Transit, and a business-centric town like Edison is very firmly woven into its convenient schedules. Travelers that prefer not to drive have their pick of the Edison Train Station, a system of local NJT buses, taxi services and even a Rutgers transportation system for students attending the college as options for jetting around town. If a longer trip is in order, the Long Island Railroad, or LIRR, and the New York subway and light rail systems help travelers easily ferry themselves back and forth from NJ to NY and back. Modern technology is clearly embraced in the New Jersey Transit System, with phone apps, realtime tracking and ticket sales through automated kiosks and an online site to facilitate casual and business travel alike.

Nightlife in Edison, NJ

New Jersey natives aren't known for being wallflowers, and the wide variety of nightclubs around the area reflects their party-positive attitude. The famous Roxy and Dukes, located in nearby Dunellen, NJ, frequently hosts burlesque shows and rock concerts from artists both local and national, in rocking shows that stretch until the wee hours. If sports and hanging with friends is more your style, sports-centric places like the Golden Rail Pub in New Brunswick will fit the bill. As you get closer to the college-side of Edison, you'll also have your pick of eclectic bars, tapas lounges and even karaoke bars to party the night away.

Edison reflects the best of New Jersey living - full of culture, a diverse population, great food, fantastic public transportation and shopping opportunities that are second to none. If you're considering finding an apartment in Edison, NJ, take the plunge - you're on the path to sensational living in central New Jersey.


Rent Trends

As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Edison, NJ is $862 for a studio, $1,380 for one bedroom, $1,704 for two bedrooms, and $2,056 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Edison has increased by 3.4% in the past year.

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$1,000 - 1,115 1 Bed Available 10/01/17

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