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Moving you from New York to Hoboken, New Jersey

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Experienced in moving you from NYC to Hoboken NJ

Hoboken is small in size but it’s got a big town feel, with its own suite of high rise developments along the Hudson River, standing opposite the West Village and Chelsea.

About 53,400 people call ‘Mile Square City’ home, valuing its clean, walkable qualities and short commute into downtown Manhattan.

Piece of Cake Moving & Storage has been helping New Yorkers relocate into Hoboken’s townhouses, condos, new apartment complexes and single family homes.

With parking being a definite challenge in Hoboken, it’s worth choosing a mover with local knowledge to manage your relocation here, not to mention navigating all those multi-story walk ups in the area.

Experienced in moving you from NYC to Hoboken NJ

Best NYC to Hoboken NJ movers
Hoboken is small in size but it’s got a big town feel, with its own suite of high rise developments along the Hudson River, standing opposite the West Village and Chelsea.

About 53,400 people call ‘Mile Square City’ home, valuing its clean, walkable qualities and short commute into downtown Manhattan.

Piece of Cake Moving & Storage has been helping New Yorkers relocate into Hoboken’s townhouses, condos, new apartment complexes and single family homes.

With parking being a definite challenge in Hoboken, it’s worth choosing a mover with local knowledge to manage your relocation here, not to mention navigating all those multi-story walk ups in the area.

Moving you to Hoboken, NJ and all of its popular locations

Locals often refer to Hoboken as Downtown, Midtown and Uptown, with exceptions for landmark areas including Castle Point, Hudson Tea, The Projects and Hoboken Terminal.

Popular Hoboken, New Jersey moving destinations for Piece of Cake Moving & Storage customers include:

  • Sinatra Dr / 2nd St.

  • Bloomfield St / 14th St.

  • Bloomfield St / 8th

  • Hudson St / 1st

  • Hudson St / 5th St.

  • Park Ave / 11Th St.

  • Observer Hwy / Newark St.

  • Jackson St / 3rd St.

  • Stevens Institute of Technology / Observer Hwy.

  • Hoboken City Center

Our top moving tips when moving to Hoboken NJ

Best NYC to Hoboken NJ movers

Our top moving tips when moving to Hoboken NJ

If you’re looking for a young vibe you’re in the right place. Hoboken residents have a median age of around 30 years old. Those aged over 60 make up less than 7% of the local population.

Other factors to consider when moving to Hoboken include:

  • Commuting to NYC. Between the PATH train, New Jersey transit buses and a ferry, you have multiple options for getting into your destination in Manhattan in 10-20 minutes depending on the mode you choose. Increasingly, locals are also heading into other parts of Jersey for work or study and with parking difficult, favouring public transport options. Perhaps for this reason, it’s worth noting Hoboken does not have a local Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) so you’ll need to visit Jersey City, Bayonne or another office. If you’re staying local, Hoboken has a bike share program to help you get around.
  • Outdoor activities. You’re right on the Hudson so try postcard perfect Pier 13 for options like sailing, paddle boarding and kayaking or and the Hoboken Cove Community Boathouse offers free kayaking. Also on Sinatra Drive is the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway which provides an ideal location for staying in shape and enjoying the distance between you and Manhattan, or visit Pier A park, where locals even try their hand at fishing. All these outdoor options mean it’s also a very pet friendly location. In case you haven’t guessed, Sinatra Park is indeed named after its most famous son Frank, the legendary singer who was born here.
  • Education Options. The private research university, the Stevens Institute of Technology is based in Hoboken and its campus includes 7 residence halls and other properties, lending a strong undergraduate community to the town. Hoboken also has a comprehensive public school district including multiple Charter Schools and private education options such as the Hudson School and the Hoboken Catholic Academy.
  • History. The first official game of American baseball took place at Elysian Fields in Hoboken in June 1846 between the Knickerbockers and the New York Baseball Club. For the trivia buffs, the Knickerbockers lost 23-1. Hoboken’s historic train terminal has seen its own share of firsts including Thomas Edison operating the first electric train from here to Montclair. Other inventions which began in Hoboken include the Oreo, the zipper as we know it, and the waffle cone for ice cream.
  • Nightlife. With such a young population, it goes without saying there’s an active art and music scene as well as thriving nightlife. All that entertainment means you can expect some street noise, with the city boasting more restaurants and bars per square mile than even New York City. It’s a long running tradition when you consider the first patent for a Beer Brewery was issued by Peter Stuyvesant in 1663 to an operator right here in Hoboken.
  • Culture. From the Hoboken Historical Museum to the Monroe Center for the Arts, there are more than a few historic and cultural landmarks to explore. For less formal options, try the fairs, markets and cultural festivals in Hoboken throughout the year as well as Movies Under the Stars in summer or the Bow Tie cinema all year round.
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