Highland Park is a suburb of New York City with a population of 14,245. Highland Park is in Middlesex County and is one of the best places to live in New Jersey. Living in Highland Park offers residents an urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Highland Park there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Highland Park and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Highland Park are highly rated.
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Highland Park Reviews
Highland Park consistently tries to improve and takes advantage of a strong volunteer community. It is ethnically, racially and economically diverse, resulting in a rich community culture. It is very walkable and continually adds to it walking and biking infrastructure, and neighborhoods are within 1/2-1 mile of the New Brunswick train station. It has very good public schools supported by a high school district tax and little state aid. It has a nice and improving downtown, good restaurants, a growing arts sector and many community activities. It's proximity to New Brunswick also provides many very high quality arts, entertainment and eating opportunities.
Highland park is a perfect location for college students! Within this suburb are many dine in and take out restaurants, affordable housing, and many convenient stores. As a Rutgers undergraduate AND graduate student, I could not think of living anywhere else during my college years! :)
Highland Park, NJ is a very quiet town. The residents tend to be a tad prejudice. This may be due to the lack of diversity in this suburb. Typically people don't like what the don't understand or aren't accustomed to. Unfortunately, this outward prejudice is no secret it is widely spoken about in the local store front establishments. Aside from that blemish, the town is cute and quaint. There is a heavy police presence so you tend to feel safe and at ease. The religious community is predominantly Jewish. There are a small number of open fields and parks. Conclusively, Highland Park is the essential family town.