The Grove Street neighborhood is rich with boutique stores and a variety of restaurants. The Grove Street PATH station connects direct to the 33rd St line into Manhattan.
A master-planned mixed use community consisting of retail, residential, office, and entertainment. Luxury high-rises dominate the skyline and residents enjoy easy access to Manhattan via Path and Ferry.
Luxury high-rises, great restaurants, gyms, historic brownstones and new development make this one of the most highly desirable areas of Hoboken. Access Manhattan by Ferry or Lincoln Tunnel.
First street is lined with pubs, cafes, boutiques and mid-rise condos, a short walk to Hoboken Terminal, light-rail and Ferry.
A quiet park with tree-lined streets, 19th century brownstones and luxury condo conversions a short walk from Newport or Grove Street Path stations.
A vibrant dichotomy of tree-lined streets where historic brownstones meet ultra luxury high-rise condos and farm-table restaurants on the banks of the Hudson river.
Marking the transformation of a once-industrial center into a modern residential and recreational hotspot, Soho West soon will see the addition of fantastic high rise residences, a top-of-the-line hotel, restaurants and retail.
A hotbed of new development and hip new amenities like the biergarten, parks, supermarkets and luxury condos. Access Manhattan by light-rail or bus.
A newly formed and quickly developing area of downtown Jersey City, the home of Liberty marina and new luxury high-rise condos and rentals. The light-rail, ferry and Path all easily accessible.
A historic warehouse district some of which have been redeveloped into luxury condos and rentals; home to Trump Plaza, the tallest residential building in New Jersey. Restaurants and galleries have started to claim this area as the new hot-spot near Grove Street Path.
Home to the historic Hoboken Terminal, a major transportation hub connecting residents to Manhattan, suburbs, mountains and beaches via train, bus, ferry and taxi. This neighborhood is home to the W Hotel, pier A park and many restaurants and pubs.
Van Vorst Park is the centerpiece of the neighborhood, an oasis of green bounded by York, Montgomery and Barrow Streets and Jersey Avenue. Within close proximity to Grove Street PATH and convenience to the best restaurants, bakeries and boutiques in the area.