Not that Jersey City needs any more hype, but it’s grown into New York’s sixth borough, and there’s more to come.
SPACIOUS LIVING, URBAN CONVENIENCE
Downtown is an area of Jersey City, New Jersey, United States, which includes the Historic Downtown and the Waterfront. Historic Downtown can be further broken down into the neighborhoods of Harsimus Cove, The Village, Van Vorst Park, Grove Street, Hamilton Park and Boyle Plaza. The Waterfront includes the Powerhouse Arts District/WALDO, Newport, the Harborside Financial Center and Paulus Hook (including Exchange Place). Historic Downtown is the area west of Marin Boulevard, while the Waterfront lies to the east.
AND SURROUNDING AREAS
Multiple Bus Lines: Under 20 Min to NYC
Connections to PATH & Downtown JC
Lincoln Harbor Terminal: 7 Min to NYC
THE COMMUNITY AND VIBE
ART, CULTURE, HISTORY
Renowned as the NJ Gold Coast’s cultural hub, Jersey City attracts a diverse community based on inclusion. Art, food, culture, and music play a significant role in the fabric of the community. Downtown is a melting pot of corporate professionals, entrepreneurs and artists brought together by the city’s bustling arts and music scene. Local favorites include galleries like Mana Contemporary and historic music venues like the newly restored White Eagle Hall.
Jersey City has an eclectic dining and shopping scene, with new restaurants and outlets opening all the time. Downtown has an increasingly Brooklyn look with many successful eateries opening Jersey City Outposts, mixed among local favorites like the Archer, a rustic cocktail bar; Razza, an intimate pizzeria in the old Italian Village; and Cellar 335, a global Tiki-inspired spot. For fancier occasions, try 15 Fox Place, a reservation-only Italian eatery in a private house with a multi-course prix fixe menu.
Jersey City has a big-city feel, with lots of nightlife, events, and restaurant options. Downtown is bustling and increasingly family-friendly. The historic areas, like Paulus Hook and the Village, have more mom-and-pop shops and boutique buildings. The density of commercial development gives Journal Square a vibrant urban beat. The Heights has more of an artsy vibe, and the farther-flung neighborhoods have a friendly, family-oriented residential feel.