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Jersey City

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Jersey City, NJ: New York City's Sixth Borough

Tucked between the Hudson and Hackensack Rivers, Jersey City is the second largest city in New Jersey—and there's a reason why it's known as the sixth borough of New York City! Although Jersey City may be just minutes away from Manhattan, it offers an inexplicable sense of local charm, plenty of exciting attractions, and a unique atmosphere of its own. As if that isn't enough, this one-of-a-kind metropolis also boasts some of the most opulent condos around, which makes it a stellar place to call home.

Want to know what's around Jersey City? Well, just about everything—plenty of shops and restaurants, tranquil parks, and even views of national landmarks like the Statue of Liberty! If you're ready to make a move to Jersey City, here are a few more details you want to know before starting your home search.

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Jersey City at a Glance

Quick Facts

Population: 262,075
County: Hudson
Zip Code: 07097, 07302 - 07308, 07310 - 07311
Median Home Value: $485,000

Travel & Commute

Newark Liberty International Airport: 20 mins
Staten Island, NY: 20 mins
New York City: 19 mins
Major Roads: I-78, US-1, Holland Tunnel

How to Live Like a Local

What You'll Love About Jersey City


You won't have to drive into the city to experience some of the area's top shopping destinations! Jersey City has plenty of retail hotspots that have everything you could ever want or need.

Newport Centre, Hudson Mall, and Newport Plaza are just a few of Jersey City's largest malls. If you'd rather support some locally-owned shops, just head to Kanibal & Co., Love Locked, WORD, or Grove Street Bicycles.


Jersey City is known as a melting pot for all different kinds of cuisines, which means there are plenty of places around town to sample local flavors from across the world!

Porta is one of Jersey City's top-rated restaurants, and you can never go wrong with their old world Italian fare. Other local favorites include Taqueria Downtown, Orale Mexican Kitchen, Left Bank Burger Bar, and Just BeClaws.


Even if you don't have children, it's always a good idea to factor local schools into your home search. Students living in Jersey City have the option to choose between plenty of public and private institutions.

The city is primarily served by Jersey City Public Schools, which operates 38 schools and serves over 30,000 students. If you'd rather send your child to a private school, Our Lady of Czestochowa School and the Hamilton Park Montessori Schools are just a few popular choices.

Employment & Commute

Many commuters choose to settle down in Jersey City due to its ideal location between Newark and Manhattan. You can easily traverse into the city via the Holland Tunnel or take a ferry line offered by the New York Waterway.

Unsurprisingly, Jersey City is also a hub for employment. Some of the area's top employers include Jackson Hewitt, American Express, Bel Fuse, Pershing, Goldman Sachs, Jersey City Medical Center, and Hudson County. 

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Neighborhoods and Condo Buildings

126 Delaware on the Park
$350,000 – $900,000
741 – 2,400 sqft
700 Grove (700 Grove Street)
$425,000 – $1,000,000
600 – 1,700 sqft
Enjoy absolutely breathtaking views from floor-to-ceiling windows.
77 Hudson
$600,000 – $3,000,000
500 – 2,500 sqft
99 Hudson Street
$565,000 – $4,200,000
473 – 2,473 sqft
Altariva Condo
650 – 1,710 sqft
Canco Lofts (50 Dey Street)
$325,000 – $750,000
642 – 1,700 sqft
Crescent Court
Crystal Point (2 2nd Street)
$800,000 – $2,750,000
800 – 1,750 sqft
Dixon Mills
$250,000 – $850,000
400 – 1,500 sqft
Live in the heart of Jersey City at Grand View.
Grand View (61 Grand St)
478 – 1,800 sqft
Grove Pointe
$370,000 – $990,000
750 – 1,290 sqft
Gull's Cove (201 Marin Blvd)
$390,000 – $2,100,000
596 – 1,674 sqft
Liberty Harbor (109-123 Liberty View Dr & 102-116 River Street)
$450,000 – $1,500,000
600 – 1,750 sqft
Liberty Terrace
$575,000 – $1,600,000
798 – 1,440 sqft
Liberty View
$639,000 – $1,150,000
600 – 1,500 sqft
M650 Flats
$400,000 – $850,000
708 – 1,407 sqft
Mandalay on the Hudson
$330,000 – $1,500,000
600 – 1,456 sqft
Manelli Luxury Condos
Montgomery Greene is conveniently located just 1 block from Exchange Place public transit options.
Montgomery Greene
$120,000 – $1,500,000
550 – 1,753 sqft
Park and Shore (75 Park Lane)
$400,000 – $2,000,000
500 – 2,000 sqft
Park Hamilton (205 10th Street)
$470,000 – $1,625,000
600 – 2,500 sqft
Pier House (15 Warren Street)
$620,000 – $1,700,000
740 – 1,600 sqft
Stunning elegance of a Portofino penthouse.
Portofino (65 2nd Street)
$500,000 – $15,000,000
Principia Court
Shore Club North (1 Shore Lane)
$800,000 – $3,000,000
840 – 1,400 sqft
Shore Club South (20 Newport Parkway)
$650,000 – $1,500,000
800 – 2,350 sqft
Sugar House (174 Washington St)
$1,000,000 – $2,000,000
1,000 – 2,000 sqft
The Beacon
The Flats (327 3rd Street)
$400,000 – $800,000
900 – 2,000 sqft
The Gannon
The Gannon