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Hoboken, New Jersey - 150 Years and Growing

Hoboken, New Jersey -  Brownstones, Condos and TownhousesHoboken, New Jersey 

Filled with quaint specialty shops, bars & restaurants, a prominent professional  community, highly regarded college, and home for some of the NY metro area's most prominent artists, musicians and entertainers. 

Many of Hoboken's buildings were erected in the 19th Century to standards set by the Hoboken Land & Improvement Company which was created in 1838 to manage the city's development and created Hoboken's orderly street pattern, and brought a consistency, and coherence to its architecture and real estate. The City of Hoboken itself was incorporated in 1855 in Hudson County.  

Today, Hoboken is a colorful mix of cultures and home to a large and growing population identified not just by the diverse ethnic makeup, but by their education, careers, families and life choices.

Hoboken has seen its re-birth as one of the preferred places to live and buy real estate in New Jersey just minutes by PATH or Ferry from Manhattan along the Hudson River Gold Coast.  Hoboken's real estate consists of blocks of restored brownstones and a large number of recently built luxury townhouses, condominium (condo) buildings.

Hoboken is well known for its vibrant Washington Street. Lined with bistros, neighborhood pubs, old world cafes and unique boutiques, the lively street is a favorite destination. Residents also enjoy the beautiful views from Sinatra Park alongside the Hudson River facing Manhattan.  Hoboken is famous for its festivals and cultural celebrations.

Hoboken's lifestyle, amenities, stores and bars/restaurants are strongly influenced by the students and young professionals who rent and buy there.  The average resident's age in Hoboken tends to range in the middle to upper 30s.

Because of the congestion, mile-square Hoboken, by necessity, is a walking town.  Many properties do not have included parking.  On-street parking and public garage parking is very limited. 



Thinking about Buying a Condo, Townhouse, or Brownstone in Hoboken?

Contact BUYER'S ADVISORS = the only full-time Realtors exclusively working for home buyers in Hoboken.  Unlike ordinary real estate agents, we do not represent any Seller or Builder in against our home buyer clients.  We are specialists in Home Buying.

"First time" Home Buyer?  Checkout our overview of the home buying process in Hoboken at Guide to Home Buying.

Prices in Hoboken Real Estate / condos
indicate a wide range of properties are available.

  • One bedroom condos - $200,000 to over $550,000

  • Two bedroom condos - In the range $250,000 to over $1 million

  • Three bedroom condos - In the range $500,000 to over $1 million

  • Condos:

    • Newer construction condo prices tend to be in the upper half of the price ranges above. 

    • Older properties tend to be in the lower to middle of the price ranges above (unless renovated with quality materials, or with a highly desirable Hoboken location).

    • In terms of square feet, the larger the condo generally the higher the price and also the larger the maintenance fees and property taxes.

    • Condo prices are heavily influenced by location, condition, amenities, views (if any), and parking (if any).

  • Brownstones and townhouses in Hoboken range $700,000 to easily over $1 million

  • New York Times
    -  "Hoboken Weathers the Market"

    -  "Maybe Itís Time to Buy That First House"

Hoboken is a mile square and has a square street grid (see map below):

  • Streets run from East to West - starting in the South (next to Jersey City) with Observer Highway and Newark Street and then First Street north thru Fourteenth Street (the northernmost street next to Weehawken).

  • Avenues run from South to North - starting from the Hudson River to the East at River Street and proceeding West to Hudson, Washington, Bloomfield, Garden, Park, Willow Clinton, Grand, Adams, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Jackson, Harrison to Marshall Street (bordering the Jersey City Heights to the west).

  • Hoboken has two basic types of housing - small and large condo developments/buildings like those below, and older brownstones or townhouses. 

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Hoboken Condo Map

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Search for Hoboken Listed Homes ---

 real estate (even an OPEN HOUSE
a BUILDER's MODEL HOME) without us,

 we may not be able to help you buy that property.
In New Jersey, you usually have to buy using
the real estate agent who showed you the property
(even though they often work for the SELLER,
and not for you, like we do).



Condos South of 7th Street


109 Grand (Metropolitian Grand)
109 Grand Street

Ariel Square
636 5th Street

Adams Square
501 Adams Street

Cast Iron Building
610-612 Clinton Street

Citadel Building
450 7th Street

Clinton Place
82 Clinton Street

The Everard
20 Units
81-87 Jackson Street

Harrison Court
99 Harrison Street
(2005/2006 New Construction)

The Hoboken Grande
67 Units
610 Newark Street

Jefferson Trust
300 Newark Avenue

Madison Place
15 Units
84 Adams

Manhattan Place
98 Park Avenue

The Metropolitan
109 Grand Street

215 Grand Street

The Neopolitian
650 2nd Street
(2005/2006 Construction)

Observer Plaza
415 Newark Street

Observer Lofts
39 Units
602 Observer

The Oz
54 Units
70 Adams Street

Pembroke Place
34 Units
Corner of 8th & Monroe

The Sky Club
324 Units
700 1st Street

The Cliffs
10 Paterson Plank Road
New Construction

551 Observer highway

6 Units
464 Newark Street

The Summit
36 Units
84 Adams

Union Club
39 units
600 Hudson

128 units
600 Jackson Street



Condos North of 7th Street

1100 Adams
1100 Adams Street
76 Units
(2005/2006 New Construction)

800 Monroe
800 Monroe Street
New Construction
Next to 9th Street Light Rail Station

The Belmont
34 units
711 Clinton Street

Charles Court
45 Units
Between 7th & 8th on Jefferson

The Columbus
400 9th Street

The Constitution/Shipyard
170 Units
2 Constitution Way

The Crossings
1100 Clinton Street

Cypress Point
53 Units
1330 Clinton Street

Fields Crossing
830 Monroe
New Construction
Next to 9th Street Light Rail Station

Grand Clinton

1120 Clinton Street

The Hudson Tea Buildings

2005+ Rental to Condo Conversion/New Construction
1500 Hudson Street

The Huntington
110 Units
812-825 Grand Street

Maxwell Place
4 Building Complex - 2 Buildings Now Selling
1025 - 1125 Hudson Street

Metro Stop
901 Jackson
New Construction
Next to 9th Street Light Rail Station

Pembroke Place
34 Units
Corner of 8th & Monroe

Plandome Hills

113 units
901 Jackson Street

Propeller Works
1110 Clinton Street

Prospect Hill
80 Units
501 9th Street

Robert's Court
456 9th Street

St. Louis
150 14th Street
New construction

The Nicole
507 8th Street

XII Hundred Grand - Upper Grand
1200 Grand Avenue

XIII Hundred Grand - Upper Grand
1300 Grand Avenue


Hoboken Condos Map


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Hoboken, New Jersey Condos


Hoboken, New Jersey Condos - Census 2000









Male 19,654 50.9
Female 18,923 49.1
20 to 24 years 5,190 13.5
25 to 34 years 14,604 37.9
35 to 44 years 5,344 13.9
45 to 54 years 3,129 8.1
Median age (years) 30.4 (X)






Family households (families) 6,842 35.2

Married-couple family

4,619 23.8

Householder living alone

8,126 41.8
Average household size 1.92 (X)
Average family size 2.73 (X)






Owner-occupied 4,396 22.6
Renter-occupied 15,022 77.4



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Unlike ordinary real estate agents,
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For an overview of the home buying process in Hoboken,
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