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Getting to Know Keasbey, NJ

The personal injury attorneys in Keasbey, NJ, at NJ Injury Guys, present the following article on the community's history and highlights.

Keasbey

Keasbey is an unincorporated community located within the center of Middlesex County, New Jersey. It is part of Woodbridge Township and is located on the western edge of Perth Amboy. The main roadways in the area include the Garden State Parkway, Smith Street, and Crows Mill Road. The Raritan River creates the southern border as Crows Mill Creek forms the western edge. 

History

The area used to be called Florida Grove due to beaches along the Raritan River and its picnic areas. However, with the increased industrial use of the area, the only memories of it are the Florida Grove Arms apartments located on Florida Grove Road. The area became well-known for its brick and clay industries and was named after one family that owned a brick factory. The Keasbey family estate was located in Morristown and is currently being used as a museum, the Macculloch Hall. 

Neighborhood

The area is home to many apartment complexes, like the Florida Grove Arms, and has a good mix of both renters and homeowners. Approximately 80.1% of the community's real estate is classified as apartment complexes. Home prices in the area average $245,719, which is less expensive than 74.5% of other neighborhoods in the state. Rent is also lower than 45% of other neighborhoods and runs approximately $2,348 per month. 

Some of the local businesses include:

  • Bayshore Recycling Corporation - located on Crows Mill Road
  • United States Postal Service - located on Smith Street
  • Woodbridge Public Works Department - located on Smith Street
  • Woodbridge Recycling Center - located on Smith Street
  • Express Container Services - located on Smith Street

Demographics

As many as 44.5% of the town's residents were born in countries other than the United States. English is the first language of only 39.2%, and others can be heard speaking Languages of India, Spanish, African languages, and Chinese. The ancestral breakdown of the area is the following:

  • 34.3% Asian
  • 8.6% Italian
  • 7.8% Irish
  • 6.0% South American 
  • 4.9% Sub-Saharan African
  • 4.8% Dominican

The area is predominantly a middle-income neighborhood. The occupational makeup of the working adults is the following:

  • 40.1% executive, management, and professional positions
  • 29.5% manufacturing and laborer occupations
  • 15.2% clerical, assistant, and technical support roles
  • 15.2% sales and service positions

For more fun reading about the area and its history: The History of Maurer, NJ

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Gabriel A. DiLeonardo, Sr., Esq.
Date Published: May 6, 2021
Gabriel DiLeonardo, Esq. is a New Jersey licensed attorney-at-law. He helps people who suffer injuries get justice through personal injury lawsuits.
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