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  • Alfredo Vastola Jr.
    RE/MAX Real Estate Limited
    Hartz Mountain has recently broken ground at the site for what will soon be a nearly 33,000 square foot, 365 by Whole Foods Store. The developer wants to create a premier area that offers many attractive public amenities to serve surrounding residential projects.This is exciting news as we continue to see growth throughout all the towns comprising the New Jersey Gold Coast. Adding more retail options like 365 is an important aspect of giving Weehawken residents more options over making the commute to Hoboken for their grocery needs. We look forward to the opening of Whole Foods in Fall 2018.
  • Sean Del
    RE/MAX Infinity
    The Hudson Riverfront Performing Arts Center presents a free lunchtime concert on Wednesday February 17th at 12:30 pm. It will be in the Atrium at 1000 Harbor Boulevard, Lincoln Harbor in Weehawken. The Verona Quartet will perform. For further information, call 201-716-4540
  • Soha Fontaine
    RE/MAX On The Hudson
    Weehawken, which was established in 1859, is a town that has every transportation system you could ever need to get to NYC, as well as explore its surroundings. Because this city lives off of the river that separates us from the Big Apple, it offers free waterfront shuttles, NY water ferries, and NJ Transit buses to Port Authority. Experience relaxing walks besides the Hudson River with the lovely parks including The Hudson River Walk, and The Old Glory Park which features small landscaped area with benches. Experience Weehawken for your next destination.
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    Weehawken, NJ
    Spring is a great time to take in recreational softball and baseball in the local parks. Enjoy unobstructed NYC views on Boulevard East, relax, take a picture of the sunset or enjoy an evening stroll. Excellent restaurants to catch a quick bite after the games. This town is filled with outdoor activities and parks for our beautiful spring weather.
  • Did you know that the duel between Burr and Hamilton took place on July 11, 1804?
    The duel was held in Weehawken. Vice President Aaron Burr fatally shot his long-time political antagonist Alexander Hamilton. Hamilton, a leading Federalist and the chief architect of America's political economy, died the following day.
  • The Township of Weehawken is a culturally diverse community with a strong history dating back to the 1800’s. Beautiful homes with old world charm, modern homes, local activities for families, parks, ball fields, excellent school district (Weehawken High School is ranked 29th within New Jersey) and top-quality municipal services. Weehawken is settled on top of the Hudson River with stunning views of the Manhattan skyline.
  • The Township of Weehawken is a culturally diverse community steeped with over 105 years of rich history. Beautiful parks and ball fields, diverse restaurants, and excellent schools. US News even reported that Weehawken High School is ranked 29th within New Jersey.

    Weehawken overlooks the Hudson River and offers superb views of the Manhattan skyline. Take a romantic evening stroll on Boulevard East taking in the view of New York. Weehawken is centrally located for easy access to the Lincoln Tunnel, waterway ferry or to Hoboken. Visit the link below for more information on our great schools.
  • There is great architecture in Weehawken, NJ. One example is the historic Weehawken water tower. Built in 1883 & designed by Frederick Clarke Withers, the tower was modeled after the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, Italy. It’s capable of holding 165,000 gallons of water and stands 175 feet high. The site where the tower stands was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. In 2000, the town of Weehawken took over the property and restoration on the site's exteriors began in September 2004, with slate replaced on the roof, stonework fixed at the base and windows replaced. New steel supports and wood floors were installed in the interior, and space was left to accommodate an elevator and fire staircase. In October 2005, a public park was created at the base of the tower. In 2010, as part of the town's 150th anniversary, interior brickwork was cleaned while maintaining its historical appearance.

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