Holmdel has it all… and it’s not giving it up. “Money Magazine” ranked it the #1 “Six-Figure Town” in 2009, highlighting the number of high-paying jobs within commuting distance and the town’s attractive real estate market, and Holmdel High School has topped the list as the best in the county. Within its 18-square miles, there are 10 parks, including the 565-acre Holmdel Park and the historic 1890s Longstreet Farm. And the Garden State Parkway landmark, the PNC Bank Arts Center, is one of the most successful amphitheaters in the country. Bell Labs was a cornerstone in the community for the last half a century as Holmdel realized its tremendous growth and success. The two-million square-foot research complex housed more than 6,000 of the nation’s top minds, including five Nobel Prize winners. Closed since 2007, it’s the largest empty office building in the world. Holmdel recently approved plans for the site’s redevelopment – including 40 luxury homes and 185 age-restricted townhouses. The existing main building, designed by Eero Saarinen and considered to be an architectural landmark, will be a multi-use facility with medical and professional offices, retail, and hospitality space. The township plans to bring in $103 million over the next 30 years through a tax-abatement agreement on the property and put Holmdel back on the map as a leader in an innovative economy.
Village School (K-3) (PK-3 and PK-4 are tuition-based; half-day kindergarten)
Indian Hill School (4-6)
William R. Satz School (7-8)
Holmdel High School (9-12)
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