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    Living in Hudson County, NJ

    About Hudson County:

    Hudson County is home to 12 municipalities and is New Jerseys link to New York City. The smallest of New Jerseys counties, Hudson is 62 square miles in size, with approximately 47 square miles of land and 598,000 residents.

    Schools in Hudson County:

    Hudson contains 13 public high schools, including 3 county-run schools dedicated to technology education. In addition, the county is home to a number of institutions of higher learning, including Hudson County Community College, Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey City University and Saint Peters College.

    Nearby Transit & Points of Interest:

    Transit & Commuting:

    Hudson has tremendous transportation infrastructure, with light rail service along the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, low-cost subway service from Hoboken and Jersey City into Manhattan via the PATH, and extensive train service particularly via the transportation hub at Secaucus Junction, which services 7 NJ Transit train lines. In addition, the New Jersey Turnpike, the Pulaski Skyway, I-280, I-95, I-78, and US Routes 1 and 9 traverse the county. Cars can reach New York City via the Holland and Lincoln Tunnels.

    Attractions:

    Hudson’s small territory includes landmark’s, most notably Ellis Island and Liberty State Park and major cities and traveling ports, including Hoboken, Jersey City, Bayonne, and Secaucus. Shopping opportunities abound: aside from the wealth of offerings in New York City, Hudson offers Jersey City’s Hudson Mall and Newport Center, Secaucus’ Mill Creek Mall, and the bustling downtowns of the county’s individual cities. Major parks in the county include Hudson County Park, Laurel Hill, Lincoln Park, Columbus Park, and Mercer Park. Our apartments for rent in Hudson County, NJ put you in the center of it all.

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