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Weehawken Real Estate

Experience Weehawken

Brand-new condos, a Light Rail train, and an ideal location just eight minutes from Manhattan make Weehawken more than just a great place to live. This upscale Hudson County community truly offers something for everyone, especially if you’re looking for a place that blends plenty of modern amenities with a dash of historic charm.

Discover the Best of Weehawken

Nestled near the western terminus of the Lincoln Tunnel, Weehawken was originally known as the place where Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton held their fatal duel. Today, this vibrant community has transformed into an upscale spot for anyone looking to shorten their commute into the city. Weehawken also has the best views of Manhattan in all of Hudson County, as well as a decidedly less urban locale compared to other nearby cities.

Want to know what it’s really like to live in Weehawken? Take a stroll in Hamilton Park, enjoy a lavish meal at Chart House, or catch a game at the Weehawken Stadium. Here, the options really are endless.


A Snapshot of Weehawken

14,638

Population

$800,000

Median Home Price

$101,449

Median Household Income


Selling Your Weehawken Home?

Thinking of selling your home in Weehawken? We can help! Learn more about listing your home with Trompeter Real Estate, including the tools and resources we offer our sellers, our marketing strategies, and our featured listings.


Live, Work and Play in Weehawken

Arts & Entertainment

Weehawken might be a smaller town compared to other Hudson County communities, but it still has a thriving arts scene that’s worth scoping out. Try catching a show at the Hudson Theatre Works, Weehawken’s premier theatre company. Locals also love browsing art galleries or attending performances at the Park Performing Arts Center in nearby Union City.

Looking for more things to do? Weehawken hosts plenty of annual events throughout the year, including Diwali, the July 4th Fireworks Cruise, the Hamilton-Burr Duel Anniversary, and Weehawken Day at the Waterfront Park.

Verdant Outdoor Recreation

If you love spending time in the great outdoors, then it’s time to explore Weehawken’s spectacular waterfront views, lush parks, and miles of walkways. Hamilton Park is the most popular spot in town thanks to its uninterrupted panoramas of Manhattan. However, it also serves as a hub for summer concerts and community gatherings throughout the year. Other favorites include Waterfront Park, Louisa Park, and the Hudson Riverfront Walkway.

Top-Notch Employment Opportunities

Don’t be fooled by Weehawken’s suburban atmosphere—it’s actually just an eight minute ferry ride from Manhattan. Commuters can also reach New York City via NJ Transit, the Light Rail, ferries, or the Lincoln Tunnel.

Want to work locally? Weehawken’s business district at Lincoln Harbor is home to a variety of international companies, such as UBS, Swatch Group USA, Hartz Mountain, and Telx Technologies.

A+ education

Local students are served by the Weehawken School District, which operates three schools and has an enrollment of 1,458. In 2017, the International Center for Leadership in Education named Weehawken one of the twelve most innovative districts in the nation.

Many parents in Hudson County opt to send their children to private schools. Weehawken has quite a few religious and secular institutions from which to choose, such as Bright Horizons at Lincoln Harbor and Mother Seton School in Union City.

Wondering What’s Around?

Our Favorite Local Picks

Waterfront Park and Recreation Center

Situated right on the banks of the Hudson, Weehawken’s Waterfront Park and Rec Center boasts softball stadiums, turf soccer fields, and uninterrupted Hudson River views.

Hamilton Memorial

Want to learn a little more about Weehawken’s history? Come view the site of Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr’s infamous duel.

Molos

Upscale Mediterranean fare and market-fresh seafood await at Molos, one of Weehawken’s most popular riverfront eateries.

Chart House

Fresh-caught seafood and mouthwatering steak draw diners near and far to Chart House, located on Weehawken’s picturesque waterfront.

Find Home in Weehawken

Eager to put down roots in Weehawken? Trompeter Real Estate is here to help! As Hudson County locals, we know a thing or two about this fabulous community, and we’d love to connect you with the home of your dreams. Drop us a line whenever you’re ready to take your next steps!

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