Hoboken, NJ Apartments

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Public Transportation

Public Transportation

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Hoboken has been ranked #1 on the list of most public transportation use of any city in the United States. In fact, the state of New Jersey has commissioned a Smart Growth plan to reduce automobile travel. The Main Line, Bergen County Line, Pascack Valley Line, Montclair-Boonton Line, Morris, Essex, and Meadowlands Rail Lines all end in Hoboken. The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail also has three stations with originating lines. PATH (Port-Authority Trans-Hudson) runs 24 hours daily, with all lines originating in Hoboken, connecting to various terminals in New York City as well as Newark. Hoboken also has great options for public water travel. NY Waterway services cross the Hudson river from Hoboken Terminal as well as the 14th Street Station daily, travelling to Battery City Park Ferry Terminal, Wall Street Pier 11, and the West-Midtown Ferry Terminal in Manhattan. Bus Routes 22, 23, 64, 68, 87,126, and 22X have lines travelling into and out of Hoboken. Cabs in Hoboken charge one flat rate for transport within the city’s limits, and Zipcar services are available at the Center Parking Garage on Park Avenue. Hoboken does not have an airport, however, Newark Liberty International. LaGuardia, and John F. Kennedy Airports, and all are close and easily accessible through public transportation.

 
 
Renter Friendly

Renter Friendly

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New Jersey state consists of 63% homeowners and 32% renters, numbers which match the national average almost exactly. Hoboken consists 75% of renters, and only 23% owners, making it unusually renter friendly. However, when compared with seven surrounding cities, Hoboken’s rental rates were the second highest, behind only New York City. Rentals begin at around $1,800 for a studio, $2,200 for one bedroom, $2,800 for two bedrooms, and upward from there. These rates are high, but if you have the means, the location could be worth it. Hoboken has all of the conveniences of living in New York City, at a slightly lower cost.

 
Nightlife

Nightlife

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Nightlife in Hoboken is exciting and full of variety. If you’re looking for a fast-paced dance club, the West Five Supper Club and Room 84 are the most popular in the area. Both are nice places worth the cover and getting dressed up for. Cork City and the Living Room are both lounges, not quite a dance club, not quite a pub or sports bar, just a relaxing place to get a few drinks and relax. If a pub or sports bar is what you’re looking for, Wilton House and Carpe Diem are both excellent choices. Of course, if the selection gets old, NYC is just a short PATH ride away.

 
 
Recreation

Recreation

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The city of Hoboken sponsors many activities throughout the year to promote a sense of community as well as offer residents the opportunity for some free or inexpensive recreation. The Recreation Department offers a number of athletic programs for children including baseball, softball, basketball, cheerleading, football, flag football, karate, soccer and wrestling. They also sponsor gym activities like Tai Chi and adult basketball leagues, as well as outdoor activities. These include physical activities like yoga and general fitness, as well as movie screenings, Shakespeare performances, concerts and family fun nights. The city also advertises farmer’s markets, spaghetti dinners, block parties and much more, including holiday parades and celebrations. More information on everything to do can be found at hobokennj.org. The ‘Residents’ and ‘Visitors’ tabs are exciting and helpful; all events mentioned above can be found through the ‘Events Calendar’ link.

 
 

We Have 7,476 Hoboken, NJ Apartment Listings


 
Picture Bedrooms Rent Address Updated
thumbnail 3 Bed $4,900 625 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken, NJ October 17th
thumbnail 1 Bed $2,500 535 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken, NJ October 18th
0 Bed $1,850 167 9Th Street 3, Hoboken, NJ October 17th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,300 813 Park Avenue, Hoboken, NJ October 18th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,500 742 Park Avenue, Hoboken, NJ October 17th
thumbnail 2 Bed $4,750 1100 Maxwell Lane, Hoboken, NJ October 17th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,795 900 Garden Street, Hoboken, NJ October 18th
thumbnail 2 Bed $3,350 603 Willow Avenue, Hoboken, NJ October 18th
thumbnail 1 - 3 Bed $2,245 - $3,810 Hoboken, NJ June 13th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,850 332 Hudson Street, Hoboken, NJ October 17th
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Apartment Complexes


 
Name Bedrooms Price Range
Studio - Three $2,195 - $4,280
Two $3,000
One - Two $2,300 - $2,800
One $2,850
One $2,450 - $2,700
Studio - Three $1,895 - $4,600
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Nearby Cities & Towns


 
Name Dist. Available Apartments
Weehawken 1.6mi 7,540
Union City 1.8mi 7,544
Manhattan 2.1mi 7,515
New York 2.4mi 7,545
New York City 2.4mi 7,545
West New York 3.0mi 7,613
Jersey City 3.1mi 7,422
North Bergen 3.3mi 7,585
Guttenberg 3.5mi 7,617
Roosevelt Island 4.3mi 7,491
Kearny 4.8mi 7,422
Fairview 5.0mi 7,566

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