Nearly 85% of Brick's 75,000 residents own their homes. This may be in large part due to the historically stable opportunities afforded by the ability to commute to the greater New York area. Within the city of Brick, the local economy is largely supported by the healthcare and tourism industries. There are also employment opportunities in the areas of education, finance, and sales. New Jersey high schools rank very highly in the nation, and within the city of Brick, about 65% of childhood education is funded by taxpayers. When school is out, Brick is a popular destination for beach and watersport enthusiasts. Surf lessons are available for those with experience as well as beginners.
Multi-family homes in Brick, NJ are an excellent venue for sharing costs and combining generations in an elegant and generous living space. Named one of the Arbor Day Foundation's Tree Cities, USA, Brick defies its name by having very green, tree-lined streets. Immaculate, mid-rise, condominiums and gable-roofed townhomes lie in their shade. With its proximity to the ocean and Barnegat Bay, many homes have the additional amenity of nearby access to waterfront activities.SHOW MORE