Director of Sales Gene Cordano, & his team takes us on a tour of Hoboken, NJ. Known as the Mile Square City, this highly coveted spot is known for its views of and proximity to Manhattan, & its amazing cultural & social backdrop..
In Hudson County, New Jersey, you will find the city of Hoboken, the birthplace of baseball and Frank Sinatra. With its waterfront location and proximity to Manhattan, this area is a coveted place to call home. Additionally, a variety of transportation options - including the PATH, NJ Transit, Light Rail, and the Lincoln and Holland Tunnels - make Manhattan easily accessible to Hobokenites.
The scenic streets of Hoboken offer a variety of visual delights, including brownstones, quaint shops, art galleries, boutiques, lively bars and first-class restaurants. With a population of 40,551 and a median age of 34, Hoboken is a wonderful neighborhood to settle into.
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