Spring Lake is the place for your business. It is a small town with a big reputation and draw. While measuring only 1.31 square miles and populated by fewer than 3,600 people, it is a mecca for those seeking to kick back in style. It is handy to the Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Transit North Jersey Coast rail line and situated in the midst of affluent Monmouth County. "Monmouth County has become one of the nation's most desirable locations. It's home to world-class corporations, innovative start-ups, vibrant health, plus world-class tourism, entertainment and retail enterprises."1
Spring Lake's median household income of $104,660 reflects is near the top for Monmouth County Communties, but reflects that affuence and spending power of the neighboring communities. "The 2005 American Community Survey shows that New Jersey has the highest household income among the states. For the 236 counties with at least 250,000 persons, Monmouth County ranks eighth with a median household income of $77,223. This is 6% higher than Fairfield County, Connecticut and 10% higher than Westchester County, New York. For high-income households in 2004, 15.0% of Monmouth County households had incomes above $150,000 per year versus 11.0% for New Jersey and 5.5% for the United States."2
The exceptional draw and ambiance of Spring Lake cannot be captured in statistics, though they do reflect on the bottom line of its businesses. Spring Lake features a well managed and exceptionally attractive traditional downtown business district nestled among tree-lined streets and splendid residential neighborhoods that are a tourist attraction in themselves. The primary business district is only two blocks from some of the finest ocean beaches in New Jersey. And this is all withing just over an hours drive of New York City and Philadelphia.
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