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    Hoboken Real Estate

    Experience Hoboken

    Also known as the “Square Mile City,” Hoboken is home to the first recorded baseball game and one of the oldest tech universities in the country, and is the birthplace of legendary crooner Frank Sinatra. Today, the city has garnered a reputation for its festivals—including spaghetti dinner block parties and music celebrations—as well as its bustling small-business scene.

    Discover the Best of Hoboken

    Though it was once an industrial port and even a quaint resort town, Hoboken is now a 21st-century city that’s known for its local businesses, ideal location near Manhattan, and prime waterfront views.

    Don’t be fooled by Hoboken’s metropolitan locale or proximity to NYC. Believe it or not, this blossoming community still retains a great deal of its historic charm—and many residents consider it to be an upscale oasis in the heart of Hudson County. If you’re thinking about calling Hoboken home, we’d love to show you around!


    A Snapshot of Hoboken

    52,677

    Population

    $719,000

    Median Home Price

    $147,620

    Median Household Income


    Selling Your Hoboken Home?

    Thinking of selling your home in Hoboken? We can help! Learn more about listing your home with Trompeter Real Estate, including the tools and resources we offer our sellers, our marketing strategies, and our featured listings.


    Live, Work and Play in Hoboken

    Arts & Entertainment

    Hoboken may be small, but this little city has one of the biggest personalities in all of New Jersey! If you want a taste of Hoboken’s art scene, try attending a performance by the Hudson Shakespeare Company or checking out the famous Barksy Gallery.

    The community also hosts a variety of cultural events throughout the year, including the Frank Sinatra Idol Contest, the Hoboken Comedy Festival, the Hoboken International Film Festival, the Hoboken Studio Tour, and the Hoboken Arts and Music Festival.

    Parks and Recreation

    Residents of Hoboken love spending time in the great outdoors, and it’s easy to see why. Here, you can relish in Pier C Park’s spectacular Hudson River panoramas or view the Manhattan skyline at Maxwell Place Park. Sinatra Park serves as Hoboken’s main gathering place, and it even has its own kayak launch, soccer field, and amphitheater. And if you really want to live like a local, go scope out the famous gazebo at Columbus Square Park!

    Unbeatable Employment Opportunities

    Because Hoboken is just minutes away from Manhattan, you’ll have no trouble finding a job in just about any field. Commuters can reach New York City via NJ Transit, the PATH, or the New York Waterway.

    Although many Hoboken residents commute elsewhere, the city still has plenty of employment opportunities of its own. The Stevens Institute of Technology contributes a whopping $117 million to the local economy every year. Other top employers include Wiley, NICE, and Newell Brands.

    Top-Rated Education

    Local students in the Hoboken area attend Hoboken Public Schools, which operates six schools and educates 2,575 total children. The district is known for its low 13:1 student-to-teacher ratio, as well as its high test scores and 92% graduation rate.

    Many parents in Hudson County opt to send their children to private schools. Hoboken has quite a few religious and secular institutions from which to choose, such as The Hudson School, All Saint’s Episcopal Day School, Hoboken Catholic Academy (Blue Ribbon School), and Stevens Cooperative School.

    Wondering What’s Around?

    Our Favorite Local Picks

    Washington Street

    Dubbed one of the Top Ten Greatest Streets in America, Washington Street serves as Hoboken’s primary retail and culinary destination. Come explore local businesses or just take a leisurely stroll along this tree-lined thoroughfare!

    Carlo’s Bakery

    Come take a cake decorating class at Carlo’s Bake Shop, a family-owned bakery featured on the Food Network’s “Cake Boss” series.

    Hoboken Museum

    Originally founded in 1986, the Hoboken Museum presents rotating exhibitions that showcase the community’s history, culture, and diversity.

    Farmers Market

    Hoboken hosts two annual farmers markets during the summer and fall months, and they’re perfect for anyone looking to support local farmers and artisans.

    Ready to Explore Hoboken?

    Eager to put down roots in Hoboken? Trompeter Real Estate is here to help! As Hudson County locals, we know a thing or two about this fabulous community, and we’d love to connect you with the home of your dreams. Drop us a line whenever you’re ready to take your next steps!

    Need to sell a home in Hoboken? We can certainly help with that, too.