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Hoboken is located in the northeastern part of the state of New Jersey and a city in Hudson County that is adjoined by Jersey City and Union City and sits along the Hudson River that is situated opposite of Manhattan and New York City and is being connected via train, ferry, highway, tunnel, and the subway. The area where the present-day Hoboken was inhabited by the Delaware Indians and was purchased by the Dutch in 1630. The Delaware Indians smoked carved stone pipes and named it as Hobocan after the Delaware Indian term Hobocan Hackingh or the “Land of the Tobacco Pipe.” In 1642, the first brewery in the United States and beer was then later on brewed in significant quantities by the German immigrants who dominated the Hoboken culturally from the middle of the 19th century up to the 1920s.

Home Prices

1,023,660 +10%
817,050 +9%

Relative Price (per sqft.)

689 +1%


484 +65%
260 +48%

Market Duration

35 -4%
Population 52,575 (35.80%)
House Size (sqft.) 979 (10.02%)