Bound Brook – a historic borough of approximately 1.6 square miles and 10,400 residents – a great place to live, work and play.
First settled in the late 1600s, Bound Brook is located along the Raritan River, in the northeastern corner of Somerset County. It sits between two brooks – the Middlebrook to the west along its border with Bridgewater, and the Green Brook (also referred to as the Bound Brook) to the east along its border with Middlesex Borough and Middlesex County. The borough has much to offer.
Its size is optimal — small enough to retain a “small town” flavor, and with its own downtown, but within easy travel distance of all the cultural, economic and transportation resources of the Newark/New York metropolitan area. Bound Brook is conveniently located along the Raritan Valley Line passenger railroad, which runs to Newark and New York City, as well as Interstate 287, State Highway Route 22, and Route 28 /Union Avenue.