Hoboken is bustling with friendly activity while sustaining a cozy and welcoming vibe.

Welcome to Hoboken

A vibrant, walkable community close to major metropolises
Nestled in Hudson County, Hoboken is bustling with friendly activity while sustaining a cozy and welcoming vibe. Rising from the banks of the Hudson River, Hoboken is expertly designed with a grid layout, making it easy to navigate and poised perfectly to make any commute short and sweet. 
Ranked first in Niche’s Best Places to Live in Hudson County, it’s no wonder Hoboken has grown from its humble, snug surroundings to a fun-spirited and lively community excited to be surrounded by like-minded people. Beginning with an artsy industrial vibe — it was once the home of Maxwell House coffee, Wonder Bread, and more — and blossoming into a trendy area that maintains a welcoming air, Hoboken’s centuries of history on the Eastern Seaboard are just one of its many draws. 
Another reason many people are drawn to Hoboken is its striking architecture. The area’s tree-lined streets are replete with stately Victorian Brownstones, as well as buildings created with architectural styles such as German Gothic, Romanesque, Art Deco, Colonial, and more. With so many options, from historic houses to luxury condos, it’s no wonder Hoboken is home to many young professionals and families seeking the perfect blend of modern amenities and community-forward living. 

Things to Love

  • A plethora of excellent green spaces
  • Friendly and welcoming neighborhoods
  • Top-tier public schools ideal for setting your kids up for success
  • Central location on the Hudson River
  • Great nightlife

Local Lifestyle

A unique city with a close-knit vibe despite its location directly west of Manhattan’s Chelsea and West Village, the unparalleled waterfront views give Hoboken a leg up on sleepy suburbs and smothering downtowns. Coupled with a small-town evironment and the extremely well-connected, walkable city, Hoboken is perfect for young professionals looking to escape the price tag of downtown New York, families seeking a community atmosphere without losing their connection to metropolises, and anyone who values great restaurants, top-tier nightlife, and friendly neighbors.

Dining, Shopping, and Entertainment

Though Hoboken is only 20 minutes from downtown Jersey City and New York, you hardly need to leave city limits to experience all the world has to offer when it comes to retail or restaurants. With delicious international cuisine, spirited bars, quaint boutiques, and modern shopping centers, Hoboken offers it all. 
Seize the day — or evening! — by making a reservation at Carpe Diem, where the friendly atmosphere is second only to the extensive beer list and a warm, crackling fireplace. Barbès Restaurant and Bistro offers traditional French brasserie fare while taking cues from the gastronomy of Morocco. 
The elevated experience waiting for you at Augustinos Kitchen and Bar, a leading Italian restaurant, is just one of the reasons locals love living in Hoboken. Of course, the Antique Bar & Bakery is home to the best of both worlds, even going so far as to win Best Cocktails in Hoboken for three years in a row!

Things to Do

Between an involved community, a notable nightlife scene, and great local festivals and events, Hoboken has more than enough to offer year-round. The “Mile Square City” truly packs a punch in just 1.25 square miles!
Showcasing Hoboken’s artistic crowd is the annual Hoboken Fall and Arts Festival, where the whole community can enjoy art, food, company, beverages, and live entertainment, complete with many great options for the kids to get involved too! Also held yearly is the finger-licking-good Hoboken Food Crawl, which gets the whole city involved in all the best restaurant’s special deals just for the occasion. From Thai to Italian to ice cream, the Food Crawl has countless options. 
You’d be remiss to forget Hoboken’s numerous green spaces. Plentiful despite the mileage of the city, a gem among them has to be Sinatra Park. Not only host to kayaking, fields, volleyball courts, and more, the park is home to a stunning outdoor amphitheater, raising summer concerts to a whole new level. The 14th Street Pier is yet another way to enjoy the sunshine and some breathtaking waterfront views of Manhattan. 


Hoboken is served by the Hoboken Public School District, home to five award-winning schools ranging from elementary to high school. Other notable schools include:
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