East Brunswick is a township in Middlesex County, New Jersey on the southern shores of the Raritan River, that is a suburb of New York City and Center City, Philadelphia. According to the 2010 United States Census, the township population was 47,512.
The Two Tower Center complex includes two 23-story office towers, a 15-story Hilton Hotel and a Holiday Inn Express hotel, located near the intersection of the New Jersey Turnpike and Route 18. The two towers are among the tallest structures in Central Jersey, and can be seen for several miles up and down the Turnpike and U.S. Route 1 and 18.
Playhouse 22, East Brunswick's Community Theatre and Performing Arts Center, resides in the multi-purpose Community Arts Center at Heavenly Park, East Brunswick's newest park. Recognized in 2000, as Community Theatre of the Year in New Jersey, Playhouse 22 has staged many hit musicals, dramas, comedies and original works.
The town also has a public golf course (Tamarack), operated by the Middlesex County Improvement Authority; as well as the Giarmese Farm, and Lake-View Day Camp.
The County Fair Grounds, located on Cranbury Road (County Route 535), is where the Middlesex County Fair is held every August for seven days, providing festivities and food for families not only in Middlesex County but throughout Central Jersey.