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Q: Where is Hoboken?
A: While most people in NYC know that Hoboken is in NJ, many people still ask the question, "where is Hoboken?" Well, Hoboken, NJ is located on the Hudson River, directly across from the Chelsea and West Village neighborhoods of Manhattan. It is surrounded to the north by the towns of Weehawken and Union City, to the west by The Heights section of Jersey City, and to the south by the Downtown and Newport sections of Jersey City.
To learn more about living in the neighborhood, check out our Hoboken neighborhood page. Transportation information for the area can be found below.
Q: How do I get to Hoboken?
A: People asking "where is Hoboken" are probably also asking, "how do I get there?" Commuting to/from Manhattan is easy via a 10 minute ride on the PATH train, which takes you to the Financial District of Manhattan via one line, or the West Village, Chelsea, and Herald Square/Garment District areas on the other line. Access to Manhattan is also available via the ferry, as well as bus service to the Port Authority Bus Terminal on 42nd Street.
NJ Transit also runs buses to various NJ locations from Hoboken. In addition, all NJ Transit train lines either start/end in Hoboken, or are accessible via transfer at the Secaucus Junction Station.
For those driving, Hoboken is directly between the Holland Tunnel and the Lincoln Tunnel. Access to the NJ Turnpike is available by catching Interstate 495 in Weehawken, or Interstate 78 in Jersey City. However, parking in Hoboken can be a challenge on a good day. Unless you have a permanent parking spot/garage, we recommend taking mass transit.
We hope we have answered your questions, where is Hoboken? and how do I get there? You can see a selection of some of the no fee apartments currently available in Hoboken, under the map on the right side of the page, or search in hundreds of neighborhoods from our advanced search page.