With the city growing in popularity many people are asking where is Hoboken? Hoboken is located in Northeastern New Jersey along the banks of the Hudson River. Most notably, Hoboken is directly across the river to the Village and Chelesa sections of New York City. Hoboken is part of Hudson County and shares a border with Jersey City, Weehawken and Union City. Hoboken is known as the Mile Square City due to its small geography which is actually two square miles (1.3 land, 0.7 water).
Now that you know where Hoboken is, we can help you get there. One of the great things about Hoboken is its location. There are so many ways to get to Hoboken including car, ferry, bus, train and its only 20 minutes away from Newark’s Liberty International airport. New Jersey Transit has a major terminal located at the southern tip of Hoboken where you can access buses, trains, the PATH and the NJ Transit Light Rail.
Getting around Hoboken is easy. With the city being only a little more than one square mile you can walk to just about anywhere in Hoboken. There are also local buses and taxi’s that can get you to your destination in a hurry. For more information, visit getting around Hoboken.
Parking in Hoboken
Parking in Hoboken can be a challenge. If you are lucky enough to find street parking, make sure that you pay the meter and pay attention to the signs. Most of the street parking requires a permit and may have other restrictions. Metered parking has become more convenient with electronic meters that accept credit and debit cards. Hoboken has several private parking garages and municipal parking garages for residents and visitors.
Hoboken Public Parking:
|Garage “B”||28 2nd Street||829 spaces|
|Garage “D”||215 Hudson Street||488 spaces|
|Garage “G”||315 Hudson Street||488 spaces|
|Midtown||371 4th Street||730 spaces|
|Garden Street||916 Garden Street||300 spaces|
Hoboken has become a highly desirable town to live in due to its proximity to New York City and the rapid development of the city. In recent years Hoboken has become a desired destination in itself with great restaurants, shops, parks and nightlife. There are countless styles of homes to buy or rent. Visit Yaboken.com for more information on real estate in Hoboken.
If you are looking for great food, Hoboken is the place to go. With a long Italian history, Hoboken has some of the best Italian restaurants in the area. You can also find much more than just Italian in Hoboken including great Asian, Mexican, Cuban, Indian and American cuisine.Where is the Holland Tunnel Where is Carlo’s Bakery in Hoboken