Holmdel township is a township and Monmouth County New Jersey. It’s located within 15 miles of the Jersey shore. Within its 18 square miles there are more than16,000 residents with a median family income of $154,360.
Living here assures an exciting convenient and active lifestyle for the residents. Widely recognized as one of the most sought after towns in the entire country. This area is perfect for buyers of all ages.
The beautiful landscape, it’s proximity to New York City and main highways, it’s award-winning public schools, the stately homes, The rich history, the PNC Bank arts Center, and the presence of many high-paying jobs within the commuting distance let the township to be ranked the number one six-figure town by money magazine and CNN for 2009
The PNC Art Center center is at 10,800 seat outdoor amphitheater concert venue is located right here. In 1977 Bruce Springsteen wrote and recorded many of his songs from his album Darkness on the Edge of town in an old farmhouse here. New Jersey monthly magazine September 2012, ranking top public high schools.
Soon residents will have an easier access to outstanding Cancer care of Memorial Sloan-Kettering. In December 2016 a new outpatient facility will be fully operational providing comprehensive care through multidisciplinary care teams solely focused on Cancer. It is located at 480 Red Hill Rd., Middletown, NJ.
Holmdel Park which is part of the Monmouth county park system is an outstanding day of adventure to be enjoyed by family and friends. Located within the park is the Longstreet farm. The farm re-creates agricultural life of the 1890s. Interpreters dress in period Costume and perform typical year round farming and domestic activites including seasonal planting and harvesting of crops and raising livestock. The farm is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There is a federal style 14 room farmhouse, Dutch born, and a collection of the 19th century farm outbuildings. Within the Park there is fishing with a permit. They are picnic areas, tennis courts, playground and 10 miles of hiking trails, ice skating and sledding on permitted when conditions are deemed safe.
The David C Shaw Arboretum is a 20 acre horticultural display which is a favorite spot for wedding parties to take incredible pictures.
When you are looking for the best that life has to offer look no further than this incredible town, here in New Jersey
Everything you need to know about the town can be found below:
There is plenty of shopping located right within Holmdel. Listed below are just a few!
Best Buy, Modell’s, Ulta, Old Navy, Pier 1, Bath and Body Works, Cheeseburger Cheeseburger, Hallmark, Best Market, Michaels, Justice, Lane Bryant, Childrens Place, Sprint Patricia’s, Cozy 1 Nail, Barnes and Noble, Turning Point, Houlihan’s, Hair Xperts, Saladworks, VItamin Shoppe, It’s Greek to me, Lenscrafters
Carters, Hobby Lobby, Buy Rite, GNC Pet Smart, Ichiban, Five Below, Holmdel Cleaners, Great Clips, Holmdel Bagel, Palumbos, AT&T, Standard Tile, DSW Shoe Warehouse, Chili’s, Texas Road House, PM Pediatrics, Alex Dee Lighting, Payless, PNC Bank
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The Township Public Schools is a comprehensive community public school district that serves students in Kindergarten through twelfth grade. It is comprised of 4 total schools (elementary, middle, and high). Village School, Indian Hill School, William R Satz, and Holmdel High School. These schools rank as some of the very best in the nation. Also, see third party ratings of the each school within the district here.
The HYAA office is located at:
Holmdel Town Hall
4 Crawfords Corner Rd.
OFFICE HOURS: M-F 10a-3p
At any of the parks in Holmdel, there are playing fields, picnic grounds, playgrounds, and abundant options to enjoy the outdoors and engage in community events. The Holmdel Swim Club offers seasonal membership to enjoy its four pools, volleyball and tennis courts and family amenities.
Bell Works is the reimagining of the historic former Bell Labs building in Holmdel, N.J. Today, the building is one-of-a-kind destination for business and culture, complete with a blossoming ecosystem of technology, traditional offices, retail, dining, hospitality, and much more. complex comprises four buildings encased in glass with a 100-foot-wide piazza about a quarter mile long. Somerset’s makeover includes 1.65 million square feet of offices, shops, restaurants, health-care and hospitality space. a substantial piece of land was purchased as a portion of the 472-acre campus, is developing about 225 homes on the property.
At Bell Works there’s always something going on—from pop-up shops in the atrium and industry events on the rooftop deck to frisbee on the turf fields and lunch hour at the café. There’s truly something for everyone—professional, community member, student and child—whether it’s browsing the shelves of the Holmdel Township Public Library, grabbing coffee for a quick pick-me-up or collaborating in the co-working space—everyone can live, work, play (and more) at Bell Works.
Take a peek for yourself and see what a truly amazing project this is!
The complex has a cafe and deli and will soon have a coffee kiosk, Mr. Zucker said. New tenants have already established a Friday-night tradition of playing soccer on the astro-turf the developers put within the complex’s large atrium.
Antonio Casola Farms a true family farm run by the husband and wife team of Antonio and Kim Weigand Casola, whose ancestors farmed in Holmdel and surrounding areas for over 200 years. They specialize in Agri-tainment and educational activities. We originated the first original Pick-your-own Pumpkin and Hayride farm!
Another famous landmark in the town is a 7,000-seat amphitheater with room for an additional 10,500 people on the lawn. Originally called the Garden State Arts Center, the PNC Arts Center hosts concerts from May through September and is ranked among the top-five venues of its kind in the nation. This year, PNC Arts Center brought back the popular “Holiday Light Spectacular” to its seasonal lineup. Concerts are from May through September featuring 45-50 different events of many types of musical styles.
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