Popular Neighborhoods

Jersey City

A waterfront community well served by transportation links to New York City, Newport is a master-planned mixed use community in Jersey City consisting of business towers, retail shops, parks and condo housing. Many residents live in luxury, high-rise towers that offer breathtaking views of NYC’s skyline.

A focus of redevelopment and a planned arts district, this 11-block historic warehouse section in downtown Jersey City features converted loft apartments, studios and eateries that are popular among an artistic crowd.

Situated across from Lower Manhattan, this downtown Jersey City office district, sometimes referred to as “Wall Street West” due to a large concentration of financial businesses, features many high-rise and residential buildings along redeveloped waterfronts. The Hudson River Walkway crosses Exchange, offering eexpansive water and NYC skyline views.

At the heart of the Exchange Place office district sits the Colgate Center, a 20-acre mixed-use community on the Hudson River in Jersey City - once headquarters to Colgate-Palmolive and now home to companies including Merrill Lynch & Company and Lehman Brothers, Inc., and a growing number of rental units and retail space.

A community on the Hudson located one mile across the river from Manhattan, Paulus Hook mixes original brownstones with new townhouse and apartment complexes, each vying for a view of NYC skyline. The area features notable restaurants, art spots, outdoor entertainment areas as well as the state’s tallest building at its waterfront.

The birthplace of crooner Frank Sinatra, walkable downtown Hoboken features architecturally distinct prewar buildings, panoramic pier views, as well as numerous bars, restaurants and clubs in a compact area. The district is popular as a bedroom community for twenty-something professionals who work across the river in New York City.

Centered around a scenic park of the same name, this historic downtown features tree-lined streets with rows of Victorian brownstones, various shops, restaurants as well as many transportation options into New York City. Its five-acre neighborhood park offers skyline views of Manhattan, dog runs, playgrounds, recreational courts as well as free WiFi.