"For Manhattan-style luxury with New York City views, Hoboken's condominiums are an excellent choice."
— Walter Burns
Part of the New York metropolitan area, Hoboken is located along the west bank of the breathtaking Hudson River, north of Jersey City and right across from Manhattan, New York City's West Village. If you want to search all Hoboken condos for sale in Hudson County and live in an area with a wide variety of fine dining, upscale shopping, family friend entertainment and endless activities, then the Hoboken, NJ area is the place for you.
Getting around Hoboken can be as simple as driving your car or catching the bus, but, working outside of the Hoboken area presents some additional travel options that you can also take advantage of. The Hoboken Terminal, The NJ Transit buses, and the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail offer some wonderful and time-saving choices for residents. A slew of other options include The PATH 24 subway to Manhattan, ZipCar car pooling, Uber, and many more.
The Hudson River waterfront provides a vibrant backdrop to beautiful Hoboken, NJ which is the base for landmarks like The Sky Club, Hudson Tea, and the incomparable W Hoboken. Garden Street Lofts, 1450 Washington Condos, and 2 Constitution Court also lovingly call Hoboken home. Prices range from $300K to $5M and floorplans are from 700 square feet up to 3,000 square feet. Contact Walter today for your personal tour of these incredible Hudson River, NJ condos.
- Population in 2012:
(100% urban, 0% rural) 52,034
- Population change since 2000: +34.9%
- Males: 25,931 (46.8%)
- Females: 26,103 (50.2%)
- Median resident age: 31.2 years
- New Jersey median age: 41.5 years
- Estimated median household income in 2012: $106,802 (it was $62,550 in 2000)
- Hoboken: $106,802
- New Jersey: $69,667
- Hoboken zip codes: 07030
Cafes. Wine and cheese shops. Fine dining. Ethnic restaurants. Taverns and pubs. Elegant cocktail lounges. Night clubs. Hoboken has them all… and so much more. You’ll find tons of unique and delicious options throughout the city.
Whether you’re looking to stock up at the grocery store or craving a retail fix, Hoboken has plenty of options. Downtown Hoboken and the Hudson waterfront are filled with retail, from unique shops to designer boutiques to cozy bookstores.
There’s always something happening in Hoboken—from regular events like the Hoboken Farmers Market and Movies Under the Stars to special cultural festivities like the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade or the Hoboken Arts and Music Festival.