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Weehawken, NJ Offers a Great Quality of Life to Residents

What are you looking for in your next New Jersey community? Maybe you’re hoping to live near all of the action of New York City without having to be in the center of it all. Maybe you’re looking for a quality public school system for your young children. Or maybe you want to live in a place that has managed to preserve that small-town feel and allure throughout the years. If this is what you seek, Weehawken just might be the place for you; this quaint 1.477-square-mile community offers the best of NYC living in a city of just 13,000 residents.

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Key Residential Features of Weehawken

Things to Do

So much to do and explore in Weehawken! Home to several sites of historical, aesthetic, and engineering importance, Weehawken offers a literal wealth of opportunities. The historic district of King’s Bluff offers beautiful and varied architectural styles. Residents and visitors alike pay respects at the 9/11 Memorial on the Hudson River Walk, and the Hamilton Memorial offers an interesting tribute to the famous Revolutionary War duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. Other points of interest include The Horseshoe on Shippen Street, The Atrium, and The Weehawken Public Library.

Parks and Recreation

Open green spaces, walking paths, dog parks, community events, picnic areas, playgrounds, and more! The parks of Weehawken are a large source of pride in community; these parks are beautifully-maintained and offer a true wealth of amenities and events to even further enhance the top-notch lifestyle of Weehawken. Head to Garden Park for lush and tranquil landscaping or to Gregory Park for a playground with NYC views. The Weehawken Stadium offers a full-size football and baseball turf field, while Hamilton Park features a stunning New York skyline view as well as beautiful green lawns. The Hudson River Walk provides scenic walking along the Hudson.

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History

Named for a word in the Algonquian language interpreted to mean, “rocks that look like trees” or “at the end” of the Palisades, the community of Weehawken was formed as a township by an act of state legislature on March 15, 1859. Since then, it has prospered thanks to its prime location on the Hudson across from NYC.

Education

Weehawken is served by Weehawken Township School District, which educates over 1200 students in three high-achieving schools, including Daniel Webster School, Theodore Roosevelt School, and Weehawken High School.

Public Transportation

You’re never far from all the shopping, dining, entertainment, and employment opportunities of the surrounding communities! A sophisticated network of roads and public transportation offer major thoroughfares such as Route 495, Route 3,and US-1/9, as well as public transport by bus, ferry, and light rail.

Weehawken Real Estate

Doesn’t this sound like a lovely place to live? If you agree, then please take a moment to contact me, Edward Perez, and my team of Hudson County real estate experts, today. We would love to assist you by answering any questions you might have as well as providing you some valuable resources like our relocation package or our buying guide.

Condo Buildings

$470,000 - $1,645,900
Sq Ft: 855 - 3,020
Breathtaking modern luxury awaits in The Avenue Collection.
$750,000 - $4,000,000
Sq Ft: 17+
$1,595,000 - $2,960,000
Sq Ft: 2,600 - 4,000

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