Spectacular East Brunswick Location
The Township of East Brunswick offers its residents access to a myriad of shopping, dining, entertainment and cultural activities. In addition, the area’s transportation options can get you nearly anywhere quickly and, with a highly rated public school district and quick access to Rutgers University, a quality education is easily accessible.
- Dining: From American to Mediterranean, Italian, Asian, seafood and beyond, the East Brunswick area offers cuisine to fit every taste. Nearby local favorite, Gusto Grill offers a variety of classic and modern American Fare, while Casablanca Restaurant serves Moroccan, Mediterranean dishes and Taqueria Maria cooks classic Mexican dishes from scratch. Jersey Shore BBQ, meanwhile, offers an experience that will make you think you’ve been transported to Texas. The nearby City of New Brunswick Bars offers even more, wide-ranging options, from the highly acclaimed Frog and The Peach to the classic Clydz, which is hailed as one of the state’s pre-eminent cocktail bars.
- Shopping: Several major retail corridors are immediately accessible from Kensington Place, including Route 18 and Route 1. From high-end retailers, such as Nordstrom and Macy’s to outlet shopping to more convenience-oriented destinations like grocery stores, pharmacies and big-box retailers, everything can be found within a short distance.
- Entertainment: The area immediately surrounding Kensington Place offers a variety of entertainment options, including Topgolf, a sprawling venue with high-tech golf range and swanky lounge, and an AMC dine-in theater. In nearby New Brunswick, you will find a myriad of world-class entertainment options. The State Theater offers a diverse calendar of performances from international orchestras to Broadway, comedy and family events. George Street Playhouse annually presents a highly acclaimed mainstage season of plays while also providing an artistic home for emerging artists. The Crossroads Theater Company is widely acknowledged as the nation’s premier African American Theater. The Stress Factory Comedy Club has become a stop for both established and up-and-coming comedians.
- Transportation: Although Kensington Place’s environs are quiet and serene, major roadways and mass transit are nearby. Route 18, one of Middlesex County’s main thoroughfares, is just to the West of the property and provides access to I-95/The New Jersey Turnpike and Route 1. Adjacent to Kensington Place to the North, you will find East Brunswick’s Transportation and Commerce Center, where continuous rush hour services brings commuters to New York’s Port Authority Bus Terminal and downtown Manhattan via bus. If you prefer traveling by Train, two NJ Transit stations are within 10 minutes of the property. Whether traveling for work or pleasure, Kensington Place’s residents have plenty of options.
- Recreation: For outdoor activities, your options include a quick trip to one of the Jersey Shore’s famous beaches or boardwalks, or to Cheesequake State Park, where you take in saltwater and freshwater marshes, camp, or swim, fish or go boating in Hooks Creek Lake.
Kensington Place’s residents find a variety of shopping, dining, entertainment and recreational options just outside our beautiful property. To learn more about the area, visit our leasing office or contact us today to schedule a tour of the property.