Grace Mancini

Four Generation Weehawken Resident
& Platinum Realtor Presents:

10 Reason's Why Weehawken
is a Great Place to Live!
  • 1. Short Commute- Plenty of Options

Weehawken is strategically located opposite Midtown Manhattan with the Lincoln Tunnel in the heart of the Township. Because of the location it has multiple transportation options to New York City and New Jersey.

Serviced by the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, service to Midtown and Lower Manhattan, it is adjacent the entrance to the Lincoln Tunnel and has an NJ Transit bus stop with frequent service to Manhattan.

The NY Waterway ferry commute across the river to Midtown is located at Port Imperial and Lincoln Harbor and takes only eight minutes to cross the Hudson River into Midtown.
  • 2. Low Taxes- Lowered from 2.23% to 1.49%

Weehawken's taxes were at 2.23% prior to the revaluation and waterfront boom. Now the tax rate is 1.49% making it very desirable for home ownership.
For this reason and many others Weehawken is one of the most desirable towns to live in NJ or anywhere else in the US.
  • 3. Low Density Real Estate

Famous for its history, the town has preserved its character and only allowed developers to construct mid-rise- non obstructive luxury waterfront buildings for sale or rent.
  • 4. Spectacular Unobstructed NYC Skyline Views
(A Picture Says a Thousand Words)

  • 5. Amenity Rich Housing Features

24 hour- house attended lobbies, fitness centers w/spin and yoga rooms, pool decks w/ BBQ's, movie screens, fire pits, viewing areas, children's playrooms & game rooms, exclusive lounge rooms, storage, bike rooms, and onsite pet grooming highlight most new waterfront sale and rental buildings.
  • 6. Weehawken Water-Front Park & 911 Memorial

The Weehawken Waterfront Park offers amazing views of the NYC skyline with running and biking trails, tennis court, dog park, soccer, and softball field.
In December, Mayor Turner announced a major expansion of Weehawken Recreational Park along Port Imperial Drive, it consists of several ball fields, running track tennis courts, playgrounds and other facilities ( spread throughout 12 acres). The 3.5 acre expansion will include a recreational pool with a slide and whirlpool area, and adjacent 6-lane lap pool and an infant splash pool.

The swimming section will also feature changing rooms, a guard house, ticket areas, and tables with umbrellas, as well as a publicly-accessible waterfront walkway. Rounding out the expansion will be a basketball court, sand volleyball court, and a multi-purpose pavilion that will be utilized as an ice skating rink seasonally. There will also be a “Great Lawn” which will slope towards the Hudson River, showcasing the dramatic New York City views. The pool portion of the complex is slated to be open by summer next year, while the entire facility is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.

9/11 Memorial

The emotionally powerful  9/11 Memorial consists of two trident-shaped beams which were supports for the twin towers and were salvaged from the World Trade Center site. Those beams were two of the 13 that survived the attacks. They stand eight feet wide, 30 feet long, and weigh 50,000 pounds each. The Memorial also includes a lawn, infinity pool and fountain.
  • 7. 365 by Whole Foods Opening Fall 2018 at Lincoln Harbor

A Whole Foods 365 currently under construction will provide convenience to locals for fine healthy groceries.
The anticipated Opening is September 2018.
  • 8. Great Restaurants & Yacht Club

Sitting at Lincoln Harbor are the Chart House, Ruth Chris Steakhouse, Houlihan's, Jack Austin's, and overlooking the skyline on top of the cliff is Charrito's.

Lincoln Harbor also boosts a 250 slip marina.
  • 9. Hallowed Grounds- Hamilton Park

T he famous duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr in 1804 at the top of Weehawken's Palisades overlooks and provides the most spectacular view of the NYC skyline. Many other unknown duels between men have occurred defending their honor.
  • 10. Coming Soon

1500 Harbor Blvd. by Hartz Mountain includes 234 luxury rental units located on a 700 ft pier with a unit mix of 25% Studios, 50% 1 Bedrooms, and 25% 2 Bedrooms. This iconic structure is making Weehawken the place to live for young and old alike.
Contact Grace
Direct: (201) 566-8999
Office: (201) 886-0800