The Gardens at Birmingham apartments at a glance
Just a stone’s throw from the Delaware River, the Gardens at Birmingham apartments enable an easy ride into Pennsylvania. These large 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments are also close to Capital Health Medical Center and The College of New Jersey.
|1 Bedroom Floor Plan||1||1||650|
|2 Bedroom Floor Plan||2||1||1000|
|2 Bedroom Floor Plan||2||2||1000|
|3 Bedroom Floor Plan||3||2||1200|
|3 Bedroom Floor Plan||3||1||1300|
Price, availability and features subject to change.
|Maintenance on site||Management Available 24 Hours|
|Air conditioning||Oversized closets||Tile floors|
The Gardens at Birmingham Neighborhood Uncovered
- By Rentals Online staff
The Gardens at Birmingham Apartments in Ewing, NJ are close to a train station and only a few miles from many large employers. US 1 can get congested quickly but if you navigate during the off-peak hours you can reach world-class shopping and loads of exciting activities.
Positioned along the Route 1 Corridor, The Gardens at Birmingham are part of a busy area that includes many commercial properties along with other homes. You will have easy access to Princeton and Trenton as well as three nearby colleges.
What’s in walking distance?
There is nothing extraordinary about the neighborhood that surrounds The Gardens at Birmingham. Sidewalks here are decent and will enable you to walk to a few retailers including a few pizza shops, a diner, CVS Pharmacy and Dollar General.
One of the more popular restaurants around is Leonardo’s practically across the street. This Italian eatery is BYOB serving large portions with authentic sauces. It may be your regular spot.
Will this commute work for you?
(Distance and time from The Gardens at Birmingham Apartments)
According to the US Census, residents of this section of Ewing commute an average of 26 minutes. Your commute will hopefully be much shorter with many large corporations just up Route 1 in West Windsor and Plainsboro. Capital Health also has several medical centers in the area.
Some common commute times are:
Public Transportation Options
One of the big benefits of living at The Gardens of Birmingham is that Hamilton Station is just two miles away. The site has lots of parking and residents can take a train into New York in just over one hour. You won’t be this lucky if you have to use Princeton Junction Station.
Renters can also board NJ Transit buses 603, 613 near the front of TGOB. You can use the bus to travel between the Hamilton Marketplace and Quaker Bridge Mall.
Points of Interest near The Gardens at Birmingham
There is a small retail center up the street with an ACME Markets grocery store, nail salon, Staples and Burlington Coat Factory. An unbelievable collection of top retailers are lined up a little further north along US 1.
There are several Capital Health Medical Centers in the area. One of them is a brief ride down the street at Brunswick Ave.
If you want fresh fruits and veggies, be sure to stop in at the renowned Trenton Farmers Market. You will also find meats, donuts and all kinds of goodies.
Fitness buffs will have several great spots to run or bike ride near The Gardens at Birmingham. Colonial Lake Park has a paved path around the large lake. When you need a bit more distance, try the off road path along the Delaware and Raritan Canal Trail.
Other activities nearby include Bowling and the AMC Hamilton 24 near Clover Square market.
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This food store is located past the circle on Route 31.