A waterfront city across the Hudson River from New York City, Hoboken is a vibrant small city and home to a large number of young professionals who take a short commute across the river to work in New York City.
Young professionals who work in NYC are attracted to Hoboken as a less expensive housing alternative to NYC.
Hoboken is a safe city to walk around and a place with many good restaurants, pubs, attractions, festivals, and a world class view of the NYC skyline.
This is a great destination for a day/evening trip or to serve as a home base for tourists visiting NYC looking for a less expensive alternative to the more expensive hotels in NYC.
The commute to NYC is via the PATH underground train that operates 24 hours daily from Hoboken Terminal to 33rd Street and the World Trade Center in Manhattan.
There is also ferry service to NYC from the Waterway ferry station.
Excellent Restaurants, Pubs, and Night Clubs - With a large residential population of young professionals, Hoboken has a very active nightlife with many good restaurants, pubs, and night clubs
The Spring Arts & Music Festival in May, The International Film Festival in June, The St. Ann's Festival in July, and The Italian Festival in September.
Frank Sinatra Park, Pier A park with a view of the Manhattan skyline, Pier C Park also with a view of the Manhattan skyline, The Jefferson Market Garden, and the Riverview-Fisk Park, also with a view of the Manhattan skyline.
On the waterfront with scenic panoramas of the New York City skyline just minutes from Manhattan by PATH transportation and the center of Hoboken.