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Edgewater, NJ: A Pristine Waterfront Community

Edgewater is a small but thriving borough located along the Hudson Waterfront north of Guttenberg and North Bergen. Though it’s barely two and half square miles, Edgewater boasts nearly four miles of undisturbed waterfront views and offers a wealth of high-rise condos and apartments overlooking the Hudson and Manhattan to the east. On its western side, Palisades Cliff rises dramatically in the background and features plenty of exciting recreational opportunities.

Edgewater may have a population of just 13,364 residents, but it's growing in popularity due to its ideal location near New York City, as well as Hudson County's other top areas. And if you're ready to make a move to this one-of-a-kind town, we'd love to show you everything it has to offer.

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Edgewater at a Glance

Quick Facts

Population: 13,364
County: Bergen
Zip Code: 07020
Median Home Value: $545,600

Travel & Commute

Newark Liberty International Airport: 31 mins
Jersey City: 34 mins
New York City: 32 mins
Major Roads: US-1, River Road

How to Live Like a Local

What You'll Love About Edgewater


Edgewater is home to three unique shopping districts: Towne Centre, Edgewater Commons, and City Place at the Promenade. Here, you’ll find everything from small boutiques and local eateries to big box retailers and chain restaurants, and even movie theaters.

To top it all off, Edgewater is also just minutes away from the country's largest retail destination: New York City!


Picture yourself enjoying a meal with a waterfront view or savoring some international cuisine. No matter what kind of flavors you love, you'll surely find something delicious right here in Edgewater.

If you really want to live like a local, you have to check out the breakfast options at Brownstone Pancake Factory. Other popular spots include Pier 115 Bar & Grill, Jack's Lobster Shack, and Haven.


Are schools a major factor in your home search? If so, Edgewater could be the community for you. Children in the area attend Edgewater Public Schools, which operates two institutions: the George Washington School and the Eleanor Van Gelder School. Students then transition to Leonia Public Schools for middle and high school.

Edgewater is also located near a variety of top-rated private schools, including Notre Dame Academy and Apple Montessori Schools.

Employment & Commute

If you work in the city, Edgewater could be a fantastic place to call home. The New York Waterway offers a dedicated ferry route just off of River Road that leads directly to Midtown.

Endless career opportunities also await in both New York City and Edgewater. If you'd rather stay closer to home, you can try snagging a position with some of Hudson County's largest employers, such as Wiley, Goldman Sachs, UBS Financial Services, or the United States Postal Service.

Ready to Make a Move?

Searching for a home for sale in Edgewater or want to learn what it's really like to live on the Hudson? We'd love to help you navigate every step of your move! Contact the Eddie Perez Group to learn more and schedule a showing of your favorite homes, or browse our buyer resources below.

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