Piscataway is a township in Middlesex County, New Jersey with a name derived from the area’s original, Native American residents. Known for the Rutgers University and the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, this community was ranked 27 th out of “the top 50 places to live in America” by Money magazine in 2014. Close to Interstate 287, you’ll find Fortune 500 companies here including Telcordia Technologies, Colgate Palmolive Technology Center, and Johnson & Johnson Health Systems.
Celebrating its 350 th anniversary in 2016, Piscataway has a rich history with preserved, 18th and 19th century structures including the Indian Queen Tavern, where patriots met during the Revolutionary War. Piscataway prides itself on having a diverse community with a warm, friendly atmosphere.
The Housing Market in Piscataway
Below, you can examine current trends in housing prices in Piscataway, NJ, see the Walk Score® for any address in Piscataway, and check out the ratings of local schools.
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Fun Fact: Jeremy Crayton, Seattle Seahawks NFL football player, was born here.