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Weehawken, NJ: Where the Past Meets the Present

Weehawken may seem like just another suburb of Jersey City and Manhattan, but this historic community might just surprise you with its fantastic features and residences. Located in the northern part of Hudson County, Weehawken offers exciting outdoor recreation at the Palisades, tons of shopping and dining hotspots, stunning condos, and proximity to the city. This makes it an ideal spot for just about everyone to settle down and embrace a luxurious waterfront lifestyle.

Despite growing by nearly 20% over the last decade, Weehawken has managed to preserve that small-town feel and allure that so many residents love. So if you're ready to experience the best of the city and the suburbs, we'd love to show you around one of Hudson County's most popular communities.

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Weehawken at a Glance

Quick Facts

Population: 14,638
County: Hudson
Zip Code: 07086 & 07087
Median Home Value: $782,000

Travel & Commute

Newark Liberty International Airport: 20 mins
Jersey City: 23 mins
New York City: 23 mins
Major Roads: I-95, US-1, Highway 495, Lincoln Tunnel

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What You'll Love About Weehawken


Weehawken might be close to one of the largest retail destinations in the world, but it still has plenty of shops and malls of its own that are worth exploring.

The Shops at Lincoln Harbor offer a variety of chain stores and restaurants, as well as a ferry service and yacht club. Other popular spots include Tower Plaza, which has its own Acme and many other chain retailers, and the Weehawken Pet Shop, which is locally owned and operated.


Whether you're craving a slice of New York-style pizza, unique international cuisine, or just some traditional favorites, you'll find plenty of delicious eateries right here in Weehawken.

Chart House is a local chain that specializes in seafood and steakhouse fare with a waterfront view—it's also one of the highest-rated restaurants in town! For a more casual meal, try sampling the guacamole and Mexican dishes at Charrito's or order a unique sushi roll from Robongi.


Even if you don't have children of your own, it's still worth factoring local schools into your home search. Luckily, Weehawken's younger population can choose between a wide variety of public and private institutions.

The city is primarily served by the Weehawken School District, which consists of three schools and serves just under 1,500 students. Nearby private schools include the Hoboken Catholic School, Mother Seton School, and the Stevens Cooperative School.

Employment & Commute

Weehawken is truly a commuter's paradise, especially for those who work in New York City. You can easily access the city via the Lincoln or Holland Tunnels, and there are also countless ferry and public transit routes nearby.

Although many career opportunities await across the Hudson, you don't have to travel far to find a fantastic job. Hanover Direct, UBS Financial Services, and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey are just a few of Weehawken's top employers. 

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