Union City, NJ Apartments

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Restaurants

Restaurants

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There are a great number of quality restaurants in Union City. None that would be considered five star, no $40 plates to be found, but quality for sure. For a nice, cloth napkin kind of experience, Five Stars Thai Cuisine, Beyti Turkish Restaurant, or Casa Di Napoli (Italian), are all great choices. The ambience of all places is free, considering the fair prices for a great experience. For some quicker and cheaper fare that wouldn’t be considered fast food, Pan Con Todo is an excellent choice for Cuban, Flaming Burrito for Mexican, and Park Avenue Bar and Grill are all great options. Many places in Union City, as well as the rest of New Jersey, are BYOB, so make sure to call ahead if you’re looking for some cocktails to pad the low bill.

 
 
Apartment Costs

Apartment Costs

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When compared with seven surrounding cities, Union City proved to have the least expensive rental rates in the area. On average, a one bedroom apartment or studio will each cost around $1,100 monthly. Two bedroom apartments go for around $1,600 monthly and three bedrooms for around $2,400. Expectedly, due to the low rental rates and ideal position regarding many large cities in the area, renters make up around 80% of the population of Union City.

 
Schools & Education

Schools & Education

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Public schools in Union City are operated by the Union City Board of Education. However, the district is one of 31 Abbott Schools in New Jersey, also known as SDA Schools (NJ Schools Development Authority). This refers to the state’s required involvement in covering all building and renovation costs. These requirements are based on students’ grade averages and test scores, and are part of a plan to ensure that children in poor areas of the country receive adequate schooling. Union City specifically has repeatedly reported high rates of violence in schools when compared to other districts of its size and population. Eugenio Maria de Hostos Center for Early Childhood Education provides schooling for pre-k and kindergarten students, followed by eight elementary schools of various grade requirements: Thomas A.Edison and Robert Waters (prek-6), Sara M. Gilmore (k-5), Hudson and Veteran’s Memorial (prek-5), Jefferson (prek-4), Roosevelt and Washington (k-6), and Woodrow Wilson (1-8).The city has two middle schools; Emerson (6-8) and Union Hill (7-8), Jose Martin Freshman Academy (9), and Union City High School (9-12). Union City High School is celebrated for the rooftop athletic field atop the two-story building. The North Hudson Higher Education Center, part of Hudson County Community College, is located in Union City. The seven-story building prides itself for promoting studies relating to “green” energy-conserving lifestyles.There are five public schools in Union City: Miftaahul Uloom Academy, Mother Seton Interparochial, Rising Star Academy, St.Augustine’s, and St.Francis Academy, as well as Union City Daycare Program.

 
 
Weather

Weather

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Based on a national weather index with 100 representing the most desirable, Union City was given a rating of 69. This takes into account severe weather risks, precipitation and average temperatures. On an index of 100 being the most likely to occur, Union City was given a rate of 43 regarding chances of hail, 74 for tornadoes, and 109 for hurricanes. The high hurricane risk probably accounts for the mediocre weather rating. As far as precipitation, Union City receives approximately 22 inches of snow annually, and 47 total inches of precipitation. The yearly low temperature, usually occurring in January, is 25 degrees, while the average high, in July, is 84 degrees.

 
 

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Picture Bedrooms Rent Address Updated
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,800 3312 Hudson Avenue, Union City, NJ April 21st
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,250 3401 Park Avenue -, Union City, NJ April 23rd
thumbnail 3 Bed $1,700 2124-2126 New York Avenue, Union City, NJ April 21st
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,600 312 21St Street, Union City, NJ April 23rd
thumbnail 3 Bed $1,750 1311 27Th Street, Union City, NJ April 22nd
1 Bed $1,100 4101 Park Avenue, Union City, NJ April 21st
2 Bed $2,150 809 22Nd Street, Union City, NJ April 21st
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,685 314 19Th Street, Union City, NJ April 23rd
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,400 19Th St/New York Ave, Union City, NJ April 22nd
2 Bed $2,050 125 43Rd Street, Union City, NJ April 21st
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
Three $2,500
Studio $1,500
One $1,450
Two $3,892
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Nearby Cities & Towns


 
Name Dist. Available Apartments
Weehawken 0.5mi 9,182
West New York 1.5mi 9,265
North Bergen 1.5mi 9,261
Hoboken 1.8mi 9,122
Guttenberg 1.9mi 9,277
New York City 2.4mi 9,197
New York 2.4mi 9,197
Manhattan 2.6mi 9,164
Fairview 3.3mi 9,211
Cliffside Park 4.1mi 9,176
East Rutherford 4.1mi 9,033
Roosevelt Island 4.2mi 9,147

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