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Weehawken, New Jersey, 07086
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,950 - $2,590
2 Bedrooms$3,560 - $4,735
New York, New York, 10069
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2 Bedrooms$5,950 - $7,335
New York, New York, 10019
Studio/1 Bedroom$2,870 - $4,155
2 Bedrooms$5,425 - $5,800
New York, New York, 10001
Studio/1 Bedroom$3,460 - $5,550
2 Bedrooms$7,265 - $10,805
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Weehawken is a nice town in which to find your new place - you can find delightful park views or cat friendly apartments available in a good number of different neighborhoods all over the city. Soon you will have no trouble at all getting around like a local in Weehawken, your new city!
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Welcome to Weehawken! This township is in Hudson County, New Jersey, and has one of the best names in the nation. Weehawken is right on the Hudson River and is a part of the New York metropolitan area, making it easy to head into the Big Apple whenever you'd like.
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The Weehawken Way
Weehawken is a great place to live because this town has easy access to both New York City and plenty of beautiful outdoor spaces. Many of the parks around town will even bring you face to face with nature without taking you away from that dramatic Manhattan skyline. What could be cooler? The Weehawken Waterfront Park and Recreation Center is one of the most popular in town so be sure to check it out. You'll also be just across the river from Central Park, where even more dramatic beauty awaits.
For renters in Weehawken, some of the biggest draws are the incredible views. We'd say that many of the apartments have million dollar views, but you won't have to pay nearly that much for them! Take it in. It's just like being in a Woody Allen movie or a Gershwin tune. Just look: isn't it gorgeous?
A Wee Bit of History
Do you like learning about local history? Be sure to check out the Weehawken Historical Society. The society is housed in the beautiful public library and is currently setting up a historical museum. Looking for even more history? The Weehawken Water Tower is a great place to visit. The tower, which was designed by Frederick Clarke Withers, was built in the late 1800s and looks like something out of Medieval Europe.
Public transportation in Weehawken is so well-organized that you can easily get by without a car. There are bus lines all around town and a ferry that will take you across the river. If you do have a car, just drive through the Lincoln Tunnel and you’re right in Manhattan. How easy is that? Speaking of Manhattan, since Weehawken is right across the Hudson, you’re basically living in the Big Apple. This means that you'll have endless opportunities for fun, food, and finding new friends. This is the city that never sleeps, after all. With museums, theaters, parks, shops, restaurants, and concerts, you'll have it all when you rent a place in Weehawken.
Sure, you can easily head to Manhattan for arts, culture and entertainment, but Weehawken has some offerings, too. Check out the Hudson Riverfront Performing Arts Center for a variety of concerts and events throughout the year. This is an absolutely stunning venue that you should be sure to check out.
Making the Move
Move into a new apartment in Weehawken and start living it up! You’ll enjoy this active township for its fun-loving people and easy access to New York City. Ready for your fun fact? Fred Astaire lived here. So did Jerome Robbins. There are some dancing shoes that have tapped through this town!
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How far is the airport from downtown Weehawken and can I get there easily and cheaply?
There are many airports close to Weehawken. Both located in New York, New York, LaGuardia Airport (LGA) is 8 miles from downtown Weehawken and John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is 15 miles from the city center. Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) has international and domestic flights from Newark, New Jersey and is 10 miles from Weehawken. With domestic flights from White Plains, New York, Westchester County Airport (HPN) is 26 miles from downtown Weehawken. Most airports are accessible via some type of public transportation.
How much are utilities in Weehawken?
The cost of utilities in Weehawken, New Jersey is 16 percent higher than the average cost of utilities in the United States. Because the weather varies, this number may change drastically from season to season. The gas bill will run highest in the winter, when low temperatures require the use of the heat. The electric bill, on the other hand, will be highest in summer when it's necessary to use a cooling system (unless, of course, air conditing isn't used). Although other factors also influence the cost of utilities, including the size and age of your house, the number of members in your family, and how hot and cold you like to keep your house, a family of five should expect to pay a monthly average of about $300 for gas and electric combined.
What kinds of job opportunities are available in Weehawken?
As part of Union City, New Jersey, Weehawken's job opportunities are similar to that of the city's. As Union City leans toward blue-collar types of occupations, so does Weehawken. However, it's a mix of sales and office workers, service providers, and production and manufacturing workers. The top industries in town are manufacturing (18 percent), retail (11 percent), transportation (9 percent), accommodation (8 percent), healthcare (8 percent), wholesale (8 percent), education (5.74 percent), construction (5 percent), finance (5 percent), administration (4 percent), professional, scientific, and technical services (4 percent), and information technology (3 percent).