Welcome to Jersey City

Located along the Hudson River and close to New York City, Jersey City, NJ has it all. From landmark attractions to action-packed nightlife and close-knit communities, there’s something for everyone. When you move to Jersey City, you get a wide range of lifestyles and luxury condos and get to live amongst one of the most diverse populations in the country.

Find Your Home in Sixth Borough

Because of its proximity to NYC, Jersey City is affectionately known as the Sixth Borough. Located in the heart of Hudson County, you’ll be close to the action and everything the city has to offer. Some of the area’s best neighborhoods are in Jersey City, and you’ll find a mix of old-world charm and luxurious new condo buildings with incredible views of the skyline.

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A Snapshot of Jersey City

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Hudson

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261,940

Population

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$575,935

Median Home Price

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$70,752

Median Household Income

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Selling Your Jersey City Condo?

Thinking of selling your home or condo in the Jersey City area? We can help! Learn more about listing with the Living on the Hudson Team, including the tools and resources we offer our sellers, our marketing strategies, and our featured listings.

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Live, Work, and Play in Jersey City

Live in Diverse Neighborhoods

Jersey City is home to substantial communities of Jewish, Cuban, Italian, Polish, Indian, Irish, Polish, Puerto Rican, Dominican, African, Arab, and Asian ancestry. The city is also home to the historic Ellis Island, so it’s not surprising this spot is well known for its diversity. You open the door to many attractions, events, and culture by moving to Jersey City, all within minutes of your luxury New Jersey property. This mix of cultures means you’ll be surrounded by an eclectic mix of museums, art, food, and entertainment.

Homes Near Jersey City Parks

For anyone loving the great outdoors, Jersey City has 60 beautiful parks that offer everything from biking, walking, running, relaxing, fishing, crabbing, and sightseeing along the Hudson River Walkway. The largest park, Liberty State Park, is a sanctuary for various birds and is a significant migratory and nesting stop for many, including the Great Snowy Owl. Some of the parks have historical battle markers or offer the perfect path for viewing some of Jersey City’s amazing historic architectural buildings.

Public Transportation

Looking for a home that’s close to public transportation? Look no further. Jersey City is known for having some of the best public transportation in the country. The local subway system, PATH, provides regular service to Manhattan and other nearby cities. Locals also have access to the daily ferry between Newport and Manhattan. And with regular buses, the Light Rail Service, and an airport 20 minutes away, you’ll always have an easy way to get to where you need to be.

Incredible Economic Opportunities

Jersey City is full of incredible career opportunities. It’s home to some of the country’s largest companies, including American Express, Goldman, Sachs, and Jackson Hewitt. Plus, its location beside New York City allows residents an easy community to careers in the big city. The city is also a major manufacturing and distribution hub for the northeast.

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Find Your Perfect Condo

Eager to put down roots in a luxurious Jersey City condo? Let the Living on the Hudson Team guide you throughout every step of your move. We have all the details you need to know about life in Jersey City, and we'd be happy to help you navigate your real estate journey from start to finish.

Condo Buildings

10 Provost
$510,000 – $1,700,000
563 – 1,300 sqft
700 Grove
$430,000 – $800,000
600 – 1,500 sqft
77 Hudson
$510,000 – $3,000,000
560 – 2,500 sqft
88 Morgan
$500,000 – $2,900,000
758 – 1,600 sqft
99 Hudson
$580,000 – $4,200,000
473 – 2,473 sqft
Canco Lofts
$325,000 – $650,000
800 – 1,650 sqft
Clermont Cove
$390,000 – $1,200,000
640 – 1,754 sqft
Cooke Lofts
$310,000 – $1,300,000
945 – 1,890 sqft
Crystal Point
$750,000 – $2,600,000
800 – 1,750 sqft
Dixon Mills
$330,000 – $760,000
464 – 1,600 sqft
Fulton's Landing
$580,000 – $1,400,000
700 – 2,000 sqft
Grove Pointe
$370,000 – $990,000
750 – 1,290 sqft
Gull's Cove
$390,000 – $2,100,000
596 – 1,674 sqft
Hamilton Square
$590,000 – $980,000
780 – 1,857 sqft
Liberty Harbor
$450,000 – $1,500,000
600 – 1,750 sqft
Liberty Pointe
$400,000 – $1,200,000
1,051 – 1,598 sqft
Liberty Terrace
$575,000 – $1,600,000
798 – 1,440 sqft
M650 Flats
$400,000 – $850,000
708 – 1,407 sqft
Mandalay on the Hudson
$330,000 – $1,500,000
600 – 1,456 sqft
Montgomery Greene
$120,000 – $1,500,000
550 – 1,753 sqft
Park and Shore
$590,000 – $2,630,000
519 – 1,808 sqft
Park Hamilton
$440,000 – $1,100,000
600 – 2,100 sqft
Pier House
$310,000 – $1,700,000
740 – 1,600 sqft
Portofino
$250,000 – $1,500,000
645 – 1,420 sqft
Shore Club
$600,000 – $1,400,000
800 – 2,335 sqft
Sugar House
$975,000 – $3,000,000
1,045 – 1,854 sqft
The A Condominiums
$280,000 – $1,500,000
566 – 1,366 sqft
The Beacon
$250,000 – $550,000
685 – 1,369 sqft
The Emerald
$385,000 – $1,200,000
568 – 1,902 sqft
The Oakman
$590,000 – $1,200,000
557 – 1,463 sqft

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