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If you’re looking to be in an up-and-coming urban environment, Jersey City is the place to be. If you are a student in one of the five colleges and universities in Jersey City, it is obvious why you should live here. If you’re looking for a place with a rich history that is currently experiencing its own renaissance, Jersey City is the place to be.Let a Keller Williams Real Estate specialist show you around. There is a lot to do in this huge city. You can go downtown to grab a bite to eat, or head to the heights for shopping of all sorts. The easy and convenient Light Rail can drop you off right at the Newport Mall or take you on an excursion to nearby towns.If you are a professional looking for somewhere to stay that is only a stones throw away from Manhattan, Jersey city has all your transportation needs covered. New Condos are being built and the amount of progress this city is making is exponential.You should live here if you want to live on the cutting edge.ople in uptown Manhattan (or anywhere else in the city for that matter). 




Bike. Car. Bus. Rail. Ferry, all for you.This city has bike lanes to ensure easy bike transportation throughout your day. You don’t have to worry about hitting a pedestrian on the sidewalk. But remember to always ride carefully.With access to the New Jersey Turnpike, highway routes 1-9, the Holland Tunnel and Lincoln Tunnel, your car will get you where you need to be. Parking is not so rare but be aware of signs posted for street cleaning.Living in Jersey City, you have your choice of paths.Speaking of paths, The PATH Train and Hudson Bergen Light Rail will get you where you need to be. The PATH goes east and west stretching from Newark to NYC. The Light Rail Runs north and south and will take you from Secaucus to Bayonne and everywhere in between.The Ferry is a fast way to get to the city, being that the average Ferry ride across the river is only 7 minutes long! Commuting? Sight seeing? With the Ferry you can do both!Buses are always running and catching one is about as easy as catching a cold in a blizzard. NJ Transit busses will take you where you need to be. You can also get on a jitney bus, which run quite frequently.


When you find a home in Jersey City, you are putting yourself in the middle of one of the largest cities in New Jersey, with one of the fastest growing economies. There is a lot to do. Visit Liberty state park or get your education on at Liberty Science Center. Cruise to the Statue of Liberty, race go-carts, or go shopping. The Highlights of this city are many. Little India, just a block away from Journal Square, is an excellent place to get your hair, nails, eyebrows, and waxing done. The Restaurants in Jersey City are also phenomenal.With four individual PATH train stops, Newport, Grove Street, Journal Square and Exchange Place, Jersey City has everything you need and more! Relax in a downtown coffee shop, shop at the Newport mall (with amazing views of New York) or take in the vibrancy of Journal Square. Also, the views of Manhattan are extraordinary!


Jersey City is a spacious city with lots to do. The potential that this city carries is easily recognizable when you see all the students attending the schools of this city. There are 5 higher education institutions including the beautiful campus of NJCU. There are over 300 schools for parents to choose from when looking for a place to educate their kids. McNair academy was ranked in the top three best schools in all of New Jersey.You can also see a house where George Washington is said to have boarded. New Jersey is a great place to learn and live; but Jersey City is a prime location for living, and learning in one metropolis.