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  Hoboken, New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hoboken is a densely populated city on the west bank of the Hudson River in Hudson County, New Jersey, just across from Manhattan.
Hoboken was originally an island, surrounded by the Hudson River on the east and a swamp at the foot of the New Jersey Palisades on the west.
The Hoboken waterfront is the western shore of the Hudson from Newark Street to Stevens Institute of Technology, sandwiched by the Lincoln Tunnel to the north and the Holland Tunnel to the south, directly across from Lower Manhattan's Canal Street.
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 Hoboken, New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Hoboken was originally an island, surrounded by the Hudson River on the east and a swamp at the foot of the Palisades on the west.
The new city experienced a boom in population and employment during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, as the, founded by Colonel Stevens in 1838 and managed by his heirs, laid out a regular system of streets, blocks and lots, constructed housing, and developed manufacturing sites.
Hoboken's gentrification has become relatively advanced, though a large base of native residents remains in the city and holds political power.The population of "newcomers" or "yuppies", as they are typically called in the local press, consists of college and post-graduate students, bi-nationals, older artists and, increasingly, well-to-do commuters to Manhattan.
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 Hoboken, New Jersey - Simple English Wikipedia
Hoboken is a city by the Hudson River in Hudson County, New Jersey, USA, across from Manhattan.
Hoboken was an island, by the Hudson River to the east.
By the 19th century, shipping lines were using Hoboken as a port, and the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad (later the Erie Lackawanna Railroad) had became a railroad center at the waterfront.
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 - hobokeni.com - Hoboken's Later History
In the early 1900's Hoboken was becoming important as a transportation center.
The Delaware Lackawana and Western railroad terminated in Hoboken and commuters from New Jersey to Manhattan used the Hoboken Lackawana ferries, which remained in service until the sixties.
By 1920 Italians outnumbered Germans among the foreign born and Hoboken was becoming known as an Italian City.
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 Longshoremen Attorneys Baker Garber Duffy & Pederson Hoboken New Jersey
His first office was opened in Hoboken, New Jersey so as to be near the Hudson River piers that became the center of commerce for the Eastern seaboard.
In New Jersey, he was recognized for his skill in trial advocacy and participated in many important court cases that expanded the legal rights of accident victims, such as Henningsen (products liability), Gluckoff (wrongful death), Ellis (proximate cause), O'Brien (comparative negligence) and Snyder (premises liability).
Baker is a well-known lecturer and author for the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE), the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA-NJ), the New Jersey State Bar Association and the New Jersey Law Journal on many diverse topics including trial practice, automobile insurance, arbitration and premises liability.
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 Hoboken, New Jersey at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Hoboken is a city located in Hudson County, New Jersey.
In the 1960s and 1970s Hoboken sank from its earlier incarnation as a lively port town into a severely rundown condition and was often included in lists with other New Jersey towns and cities that had seen much better days, such as Paterson, Elizabeth and Camden.
It is one of the few New Jersey towns in which the automobile has not entirely replaced foot traffic outside of business lunch hours, and its prime placement on the Hudson across from Lower Manhattan, its often elegant old townhouse architecture, and its concentration of fine eating establishments and lively bars amply reward the walker.
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Alfred Wolff, an engineer from Hoboken, New JerseyHoboken, New Jersey who is considered the forerunner in the quest to cool a working environment, helped design the new system, transferring this budding technology from textile mills to commercial buildings.
Six years later, in November 1906, she was struck broadside while trying to cross in front of the Royal Mail's Orinoco; five passengers on Kaiser Wilhelm der Gro?e were killed by the impact and a hole 21 meters (70 ft) wide by 8 meters (26 ft) high was made in her hull.
New light rail systems have since opened in many other cities, starting with the ground-breaking system in San Diego, and now including Baltimore, New YorkBuffalo, Denver, Hoboken, New JerseyHoboken, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Ottawa, Portland, Sacramento, St Louis, Salt Lake City, San Jose, and Vancouver.
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 Hoboken Hoboken, New Jersey (Cities)
Hoboken is located in Hudson County, in the Gateway Region, just east of Newark between I-78 leading to the Holland Tunnel two miles south, and I-495 leading to the Lincoln Tunnel three miles north.
It is situated in a densely populated area on the banks of the Hudson River near the Upper New York Bay, west of New York City.
Hoboken is part of the Jersey City, New Jersey metro area.
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 Hoboken New Jersey Office Space | Hoboken Business Center | Press Releases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Hoboken Business Center, located at 50 Harrison St Hoboken, NJ, is a modern office building designed to accommodate professional offices that require smaller accommodations compared to renting entire floor space.
Hoboken has come back strong supporting small businesses with new ideas in development.
When we were originally in the process of researching, we noticed that there were few new office buildings in Hoboken that had the capability to accommodate small suites the way we do.
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 Hoboken, New Jersey day trip
Hoboken is a fantastic city for New Yorkers looking for a getaway rich in culture and history.
The postcard view should give any hardened and cynical New Yorker a refreshing perspective; a reminder of why the rest of the world is stunned by the otherworldliness of one of the greatest cities in the world.
Hoboken has long served as a proving ground for bands, performers and comedians getting their practice in a less discriminating atmosphere than Manhattan.
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 village voice > nyclife > Neighborhoods by Christine Lagorio
Hoboken also boasts that it is home of the first baseball game, the first beer brewery, the Oreo Cookie, and Frank Sinatra: It is a little city with a big Napoleon complex.
Perhaps that's because the city comes across as that New Jersey brand of bland, but wants to project the truth: If you take a bite, you'll find it is frosted with sweet age.
Hangouts, Parks, Restaurants: Hoboken's beer-soaked past (aside from having what is reputed to be America's first brewery, the deal that sold Hoboken to the director of the Dutch West India Company in 1630 is said to have included a half a barrel of beer) lingers.
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 Hoboken Florist | Flower Delivery Hoboken, New Jersey (NJ) | Florists in Hoboken   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The population of Hoboken is approximately 33,397 (2000).
Hoboken is positioned 40.74 degrees north of the equator and 74.02 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Our Hoboken, New Jersey florist directory is provided through a strategic partnership with Regional Direct.com, which has established partnerships with the most reliable, customer service-driven area Hoboken florist and florists in New Jersey, including Hoboken, New Jersey.
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 Welcome to The City of Hoboken New Jersey
The Hoboken Housing Authority will sponsor a free health fair on Saturday, May 6th, from noon to 3 pm on the complex's ball field, Jackson Street, between 4th and 5th streets., followed by nutrition workshops at the Jubilee Center, 601 Jackson streets.
As Mayor of the City of Hoboken, I offer my heartfelt congratulations to our High School football team, the Hoboken Redwings, on their undefeated season that was capped off last week with their first North 2, Group 1 title victory at Giants Stadium.
The Hoboken September 11th Memorial Fund is charged with building a permanent memorial in remembrance of the Hoboken loved ones we lost on September 11.
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 hobokeni.com - Home
Early in January of 2005, Hoboken began a year-long celebration of its Sesquicentennial.
In honor of Hoboken's Birthday, one of the many events to mark this occasion has turned out to be a very bright spot in its history - the Hoboken Community Mural Project.
This will include new parks in the northern part of the city, as well as improvements to Hoboken's existing green areas.
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 Hoboken, New Jersey
Hoboken waterfront (from the promenade of Sinatra Park).
Hoboken is situated just across the Hudson River from Manhattan.
The Hoboken waterfront offers a serene view of Hudson River and a panoramic perspective of Manhattan.
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 Hoboken Real Estate at Maxwell Place on the Hudson
New condominium homes in Hoboken, NJ on the historic Hudson River waterfront.
Destined to become the area's premier address and to bring Hoboken real estate to a new level of luxury, Maxwell Place provides discriminating homeowners with the very best in convenient, elegant, urban living.
The daily excitement and convenience of Hoboken condominiums creates a thrilling alternative to New York City condominiums and Manhattan, NY real estate.
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 Welcome to the City of Hoboken New Jersey | News
–HOBOKEN, NJ, – Mayor David Roberts has been presented with the Statesman Award by the Professional Firefighters Association of New Jersey "for his commitment to the community both as Mayor and a former firefighter," said Thomas P. Canzanella, Executive Director of the association.
The award was presented at the association's Annual Valor Awards Brunch, held recently in Eatontown.
More than three dozen Hoboken firefighters attended the event which attracted 500 firefighters from around the state.
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 Hoboken New Jersey - Hoboken New Jersey Real Estate, Hoboken Real Estate
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 Food Not Bombs, Hoboken, New Jersey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
FNB Hoboken organized screening of two videos in Hoboken (Stevens Institute of Tech) by two of NYC's most important alternative media sources: Paper Tiger TV and The Independent Media Center.
Hoboken Food Not Bombs will hold sharing on Earth Day and educate people about nuclear power and alternatives as well as bring up the fact that FNB is also antinuke movement.
FNB Hoboken is in need of a stable location to carry out its activities.
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 New Jersey Real Estate -- The New York Times   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Laurence Harbor comprises mainly winterized bungalows built in the 20's and 30's, and is one of the most affordable neighborhoods in New Jersey's booming Middlesex County.
In Jersey City, three features that attract urban home buyers are square footage, parking and outdoor space.
The borough of Ringwood stands out in densely populated northern New Jersey as an oasis of water, rocky outcrops and hardwood-forested ridges.
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 Food Not Bombs, Hoboken, New Jersey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
I think they were very excited and inspired by the protest, as we are no longer allowing the issue of poverty to be ignored by the people or the city of Hoboken.
We ended the demo a little earlier than we had planned, as one of our friends became extremely ill and needed to be taken away in an ambulance.
The Tuesday meetings MAY be moved to another day if that day becomes inconvenient, but these meetings are essential for planning what to do in the park in the future.
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 Hoboken, New Jersey Web Design Services - Web Site Design Firms
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 Blimpie - Hoboken, NJ, 07030-4639 - Citysearch
Founded in 1964 in Hoboken, New Jersey, this sandwich joint has grown into a nationwide restaurant chain.
The generously sized subs are modeled on the balloon-like shape of a blimp, which also inspired this chain's name.
Satisfy your chocolate craving with a decadent cake, melt-in-your-mouth pastry or another sinful dessert at a top New York City restaurant or bakery.
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 Hoboken New Jersey Real Estate
Located between Newark, NJ and New York City, the most populated cities of both states, Hudson County is ideally suited for industry as well as commercial.
Hudson County is just 46 square miles the smallest of all 21 New Jersey Counties with the estimated one million people per day passing through.
Major highways that service Hudson County are the Garden State Parkway, New Jersey Turnpike, I-95, I-280, US Routes 1and9 and the Lincoln and Holland Tunnels to new York, along with various inter-county connections via motor and rail, including the Port
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