About Port Imperial
Port Imperial is located perfectly where you have access to the Ferry which brings you to Midtown West, Brookfield Place Terminal (Battery Park City) and Pier 11 (Wall Street) in as little as 8 minutes. You also have access to the Light Rail that can bring you to Lincoln Harbor, Union City, Hoboken and even as far as Jersey City! Port Imperial also has the well known 159R NJTransit Bus that brings you directly to the Port Authority Bus Station located at 8th Avenue and 42nd Street! As corny as it sounds, from Port Imperial, the City is YOUR Oyster.View Communities
Peter Stuyvesant, Dutch Governor of Manhattan, purchased the land between the Hackensack and the Hudson Rivers from the Lenni Lenape Indian Tribe in 1658, who had called the marshy area “Hopoghan Hackingh”-“Land of the Tobacco Pipe”. The city we now call Hoboken was shaped largely by Colonel John Stevens, who transformed the waterfront in 1820 into a sprawling community with beautiful parks, a riverfront walk, a ferry service, and more. The City of Hoboken was incorporated on March 28, 1855, and began growing rapidly as America’s gateway for immigrants from all over Europe. Today, Hoboken remains a bustling community made up of a plethora of different people and is home to Hoboken Terminal, a major transportation hub in the Greater New York City area.View Communities
The Waterfront of the Hudson River in Hudson and Bergen County is a very popular place for New York City Workers to commute from. The following towns are considered apart of the Waterfront, Jersey City, Hoboken, Weehawken, Union City, West New York, Guttenberg, North Bergen, Cliffside Park, Edgewater and Fort Lee.
Comprised of these towns you have many different modes of transport to Manhattan. You have the Ferry that brings you to Manhattan’s Midtown Ferry Terminal and their Two Downtown Terminals. These Ferry’s leave from Jersey City, Hoboken, Weehawken and Edgewater but are accessible from all of these waterfront towns. There is also the New Jersey Transit Bus option which all of the main roadways in these several towns will have. The well-known bus routes are the 126, 128, 154, 156, 158, 159, 165, 166 and the 168. There is also of course the PATH trains that leave from Jersey City and Hoboken. In Jersey City the Path Trains leave from Journal Square, Grove Street, Exchange Place and Newport! In Hoboken the Path Trains leave from the Southern Hoboken Piers. These Trains can bring you to the World Trade Center or up to 33rd Street with stops at Christopher Street, 9th Street, 14th Street, 23rd Street and 33rd Street.
In the Waterfront area we have Apartments (Rental Buildings), Condominiums, Townhouse Communities and even though they are very rare, we have Single Family Homes as well!
As an Industry Professional and a Local, I will represent you in all of these communities with my market knowledge and help you find YOUR dream home!View Communities
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