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Apartments for Rent in Hoboken, NJ

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615 Monroe St #9

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Apartment Unit For Rent

$1,990
3 beds

Madison St

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Apartment Unit For Rent

$2,200
3 beds
$1,950
2 beds
$1,499
1 bed

603 Adams St #2S

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Apartment Unit For Rent

$2,100
3 beds
$2,450+
2 to 3 beds
$3,200
3 beds

305 Monroe St #1R

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Apartment Unit For Rent

$1,600
1 bed

161 14th St

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Apartment Unit For Rent

$1,600
1 bed

323 Grand St #1R

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Apartment Unit For Rent

$1,600
1 bed

817 Park Ave #10

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Apartment Unit For Rent

$2,000
2 beds

Harlow

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Apartments For Rent

$2,900+
1 to 3 beds
$2,050
2 beds
New! 3d ago

Willow Ave

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Apartment Unit For Rent

$2,800
3 beds

Washington St

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Apartment Unit For Rent

$2,950
3 beds
$1,600
1 bed
$3,095+
1 to 3 beds
$2,100+
2 beds

Washington St

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Apartment Unit For Rent

$3,000
3 beds

1140 Garden St #3

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Apartment Unit For Rent

$3,400
3 beds

Hoboken Facts and Demographics

Square Miles1 square miles
Population Density39,189 people per square mile
Total Population50k people
Per-capita Income$71,026
Median Household Income$104,789
Median Age31 years old
Percent Renters66%

Hoboken Apartments for Rent Popularity

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Median Rent for Hoboken Apartments for Rent

$1624
or 23% of monthly income.

About Hoboken

Thinking of moving to Hoboken? Here’s what you need to know.

Hoboken may be just over a square-mile in size, but it offers a big-city appeal. Strategically positioned on the western banks of the Hudson River, directly across from lower Manhattan, the city boasts beautiful waterside walkways and a quick commute the Big Apple for work or play. Its close proximity to Jersey Shore beaches, the Catskill Mountains and the Lower Hudson Valley make Hoboken popular with a growing young, professional population, and it is generally more affordable than the Big Apple.

Who’s There?

Of its approximately 53,000 residents, about 96 percent of HobokenHoboken residents have been cited among the most frequent, and commuters to NYC can either use the rail system or a high-speed ferry.

What’s Around Hoboken?

Due in part to its small size, Hoboken is known as a “walking town” that offers beautiful waterfront paths. The pedestrian-friendly city mixes small-town socializing with big-city cultural offerings, such as the annual Hoboken Italian Festival. Bustling Washington Street is home to unique boutiques, hip restaurants and music venues. Frank Sinatra may be Hoboken’s most famous son—his legacy and love of sweets lives on through the city’s numerous eateries and bars. Carlo’s Bakery, featured on the hit TV show Cake Boss, is located on Washington Street and is a major draw. Hoboken is also home to the Stevens Institute of Technology, one of the oldest technological universities in the U.S.

What Do You Do In Hoboken?

There are plenty of outdoor activities in Hoboken, including free kayaking down the Hudson River. Pier A Park offers postcard-worthy views of downtown Manhattan and hosts “Movies Under the Stars” every Wednesday night during the summer. The city’s Maxwell Place Park has access to a rocky beach, and Frank Sinatra Park features an outdoor amphitheater in honor of Ol’ Blue Eyes.