Hudson County

Hoboken, NJ: What you need to know

In recent years, Hoboken is a city that has changed from a blue-collar community to one of condominiums and upscale shops. Hoboken Terminal is a major transportation hub for the region thanks to its rail transit, bus and ferry services, and Stevens Institute of Technology is among the oldest technological universities in the nation. Hoboken lies along the Hudson River, has eight parks and is the hometown of Frank Sinatra, with several attractions named for him.


Hoboken, NJ City Profile

Quick Facts

Population 52,452
Median Age 31
Median Household Income $114,381
Median Home Price $591,900
Walkscore 95

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Business in Hoboken, NJ

  • front shot of Stevens Institute of Technology

    Top Employers in Hoboken, NJ

    Stevens Institute, Marsh USA, other private companies lead the way

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Hoboken, NJ Demographics

Median Population in Hoboken, NJ

Median Age 31.4%
Age 18 Over 86.8%
Age 21 Over 83.6%
Age 62 Over 7.3%
Age 65 Over 5.9%

Race in Hoboken, NJ

  Ethnicity White 83.7%
  Ethnicity Black 3%
  Ethnicity Asian 8.6%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 15.2%
  Ethnicity Other 1.8%

Population By Gender in Hoboken, NJ

  Male 50%
  Female 50%

Language in Hoboken, NJ

  English Only 79.9%
  English Other 20.1%

Economics in Hoboken, NJ

  Median Household Income $114,381
  Median Home Price $591,900
  Homes Owned 68.6%
  Homes Rent 31.4%
  Median Property Rent $1,931

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Commute Types in Hoboken, NJ

  Walked 7.5%
  Worked at Home 4.2%
  Public Transportation 57.6%
  Other Means 1.2%
  Drove Alone 27.1%
  Carpooled 2.5%

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