|Buildings:||19 rental buildings|
6 condo buildings
Character: Sprinkled with parks and a picturesque waterfront area (complete with beautiful Manhattan views), Hoboken is a slightly slower-paced alternative to The Big Apple that's only a stone's throw away. Itself comprised of an “uptown” and a “downtown”, the community is made up of tree-lined streets, quaint shops and upscale residences. Overall, Hoboken has a preppy/clean-cut feel, with the uptown area being a bit more posh and refined, while the downtown area centers around local nightlife and the younger crowd. Hoboken serves as a great transition to the New York area for suburbanites, providing a more residential area with the city roughly 12 minutes away by train. One can find a variety of restaurants on the main drag of Washing Street, but most notably are the handful of Zagat-rated sushi restaurants, as well as many bar and grills.
A large proportion of the housing in Hoboken, particularly in newer, larger buildings is considered luxury and features amenities like doormen, although the older housing stock still has plenty of "regular" apartments.
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|rental statistics as of 02/Mar/2015.|
See all Hoboken Rental Apartment Buildings (19 buildings)
|$2,645||Studio, 631 sq ft||77 Park Avenue||02/Mar/2015||30/Apr/2015|
|$2,632||1-Bedroom, 583 sq ft||Observer Park||01/Mar/2015||01/Mar/2015|
|$3,025||2-Bedroom||101 Clinton Street||26/Feb/2015||01/Apr/2015|
See all Hoboken No-Fee Rental Apartments (30 total)
See all Hoboken Condo Apartment Buildings (6 buildings)
Downtown Hoboken is populated by mostly post-college 20-somethings, either working in the city or continuing education. Being only a few minutes away from New York's Financial District and Wall Street, uptown Hoboken has been settled by many financial professionals and their families.
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