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Pristine and glistening luxury high-rise towers, rich with amenities, directly across from Wall St. Exchange Place is home to such coveted buildings as 77 Hudson (one of Downtown Jersey City’s premiere residences), 25 Hudson and 105 Greene St. (Montgomery Greene). This ultra-chic neighborhood, with it’s scenic waterfront boardwalk, offers not only the most stunning views of downtown Manhattan this side of the Hudson River, but also the shortest commute to NYC from anywhere in the Tri-State area. Hop on the Exchange Place PATH for a 3 minute ride to Wall St., or treat yourself to a breathtaking 5 minute ferry ride to New York’s newest shopping paradise, Brookfield Place.

Pristine and glistening luxury high-rise towers, rich with amenities, directly across from Wall St. Exchange Place is home to such coveted buildings as 77 Hudson (one of Downtown Jersey City’s premiere residences), 25 Hudson and 105 Greene St. (Montgomery Greene). This ultra-chic neighborhood, with it’s scenic waterfront boardwalk, offers not only the most stunning views of downtown Manhattan this side of the Hudson River, but also the shortest commute to NYC from anywhere in the Tri-State area. Hop on the Exchange Place PATH for a 3 minute ride to Wall St., or treat yourself to a breathtaking 5 minute ferry ride to New York’s newest shopping paradise, Brookfield Place.

Paulus Hook

First developed by the Dutch in the early 1800’s, and the site of a revolutionary war fort, this neighborhood, rich in history later became the site of The Colgate Factory. The Colgate clock still remains perched on the waterfront on what is soon park with panoramic views of Manhattan and Liberty State Park. This charming neighborhood with tree-lined streets offers new construction condos alongside grand historic brownstones. Unique buildings, such as The Sugar House, a converted sugar factory, are abundant with character and expansive views across the Morris Canal to the Statue of Liberty, Liberty State Park and beyond. Satis Bistro, Sam A.M. and Lighthorse Tavern offer both great food and ambience. This is truly a world-class neighborhood.

First developed by the Dutch in the early 1800’s, and the site of a revolutionary war fort, this neighborhood, rich in history later became the site of The Colgate Factory. The Colgate clock still remains perched on the waterfront on what is soon park with panoramic views of Manhattan and Liberty State Park. This charming neighborhood with tree-lined streets offers new construction condos alongside grand historic brownstones. Unique buildings, such as The Sugar House, a converted sugar factory, are abundant with character and expansive views across the Morris Canal to the Statue of Liberty, Liberty State Park and beyond. Satis Bistro, Sam A.M. and Lighthorse Tavern offer both great food and ambience. This is truly a world-class neighborhood.

Van Vorst Park

A truly lush haven nestled in the heart of the City. Some of downtown Jersey City’s most architecturally sophisticated 1800’s brownstones surround this park so lovingly attended to by its surrounding residents. This urban oasis is a short walk to anything and everything the City has to offer in shops and restaurants such as Razza, Tacqueria,Broa and on and on. Just 1 block from Grove St. it is a commuters dream.

A truly lush haven nestled in the heart of the City. Some of downtown Jersey City’s most architecturally sophisticated 1800’s brownstones surround this park so lovingly attended to by its surrounding residents. This urban oasis is a short walk to anything and everything the City has to offer in shops and restaurants such as Razza, Tacqueria,Broa and on and on. Just 1 block from Grove St. it is a commuters dream.

Hamilton Park

Attracting ex-Brooklynites for years, this beautiful park is surrounded by Victorian brownstones. Bustling with activity, there is something for everyone with a basketball court, 2 tennis courts, 2 dog runs, huge children’s playground and splash pad. Picturesque in every season it explodes with colorful pear and cherry blossoms in the Spring and glistens with snow in the Winter, Hamilton Park is, by far, the number one choice of destination for young families. The quaint cobblestone Pavonia Ave. is home to Hamilton Square condos, GP’s Restaurant, Madame Claude Wine and Milk, Sugar, Love (delectable artisanal ice cream). Just a short block away are more scrumptious delights at Hamilton Inn and the newest addition, Hamilton Pork. Hamilton Square is equidistant to either the Newport or Grove St. PATH train.

Harsimus Cove/Grove St/Newark Ave

This vibrant neighborhood is quickly becoming the destination of choice for those looking for the fastest commute to NYC via the Grove St. PATH. The pedestrian walkway and Grove St. are at the center of it all, hopping with Jersey City nightlife and exploding with restaurant choices, such as Talde, Raval, Orale and Porta to name a few. Hidden gems are around every corner, such as Torico’s homemade ice cream, The Burger Eatery and Prato Bakery, essential gastronomical indulgences for any self-respecting foodie. New York has nothing on us!

This vibrant neighborhood is quickly becoming the destination of choice for those looking for the fastest commute to NYC via the Grove St. PATH. The pedestrian walkway and Grove St. are at the center of it all, hopping with Jersey City nightlife and exploding with restaurant choices, such as Talde, Raval, Orale and Porta to name a few. Hidden gems are around every corner, such as Torico’s homemade ice cream, The Burger Eatery and Prato Bakery, essential gastronomical indulgences for any self-respecting foodie. New York has nothing on us!

Powerhouse Art District

or Tribeca West. Once the home to one of the largest populations of artists in the Northeast, this hip and edgy emerging neighborhood is adorned with cobblestone streets, renovated industrial loft buildings, art galleries and quaint spots such as The Warehouse Café, Bucket and Bay artisanal ice cream and the newest night spot Transmission. Convenient to either the Grove St. or Exchange Place PATH, proposals abound for the future development of the neighborhood and the historic Powerhouse itself that include shops, galleries, restaurants and even a museum. One of the future Toll Brothers buildings will be home to a performing arts theatre. This will truly be the cultural heart of the City.

Hoboken

This uniquely walkable city has all the advantages of urban living combined with the intimate feel of a neighborhood community, and appeals to families and young professionals alike. Easy access to NYC by ferry, bus, and Path train is a desired convenience; in addition, there is the landmark HobokenTerminal which is a major transportation hub. The recently restored waterfront runs that length of the city with various walkways, bike paths, and open-space parks. From the grand brownstones along Hudson St and uptown to the many residential blocks of charming row houses, this is a town that exudes historic character. Washington St is the main thoroughfare bustling with shops and many restaurants of carried ethnic cuisine.  Numerous bars and late-night eateries provide a vibrant downtown nightlife.

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