Holiday City – Silver Ridge is an unincorporated Master-planned community located within Berkeley Township in Ocean County, New Jersey, United States, near Toms River. The entire community has a total population of 21,631 in five separate census-designated places according to the 2000 United States Census. The subdivision is divided into four sections: Holiday City-Berkeley (2000 population of 13,884), Holiday City South (4,047), Holiday Heights (2,389) and Silver Ridge Park (1,211). The community consists of many strip malls, a mini mall containing over 20 stores, doctors offices, real estate offices, banks and a hospital. The main roadways are Mule Road and Jamaica Boulevard.
The development is an age-restricted adult community and is located off of Route 37 just west of the Garden State Parkway.
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... In the Silver Ridge Communities, homes are single-story detached on a crawl space, each with attached garage, and situated on 60-by-100-foot (18 by 30 m) lots ... The adult communities of Silver Ridge Park consist of four separate areas, each with its own homeowners association and amenities ... These are Silver Ridge Park (East) Silver Ridge Park West Silver Ridge Park - Westerly Extension Silver Ridge Park North ...
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