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An unparalleled history as the nation's "Golden Door," Jersey City is fittingly nestled in the shadows of the historic Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty, and is one of the nation's most diverse cities, comprised of over 265,000 residents. Located between the Hudson and Hackensack Rivers, Jersey City covers nearly 15 square miles of land at the center of the New York City metropolitan region. Once a city driven by immigrants working in the shipping and manufacturing industries, Jersey City has transformed into a modern urban community. Old factories have been repurposed and reborn into office buildings and housing units, abandoned rail yards are now landscaped parks. Jersey City’s vibrant culture and diversity and commitment to collaboration and innovation, create an unparalleled quality of life for residents and businesses. Some cities are known for their landmark attractions, for their action-packed nightlife, or simply for the unmatched quality of their community. All of these elements and more define the City of Jersey City. From the Greenville neighborhood to the bustling Downtown area, the Heights to the West Side, in Bergen-Lafayette, India Square and Journal Square, everywhere you turn you’re surrounded by diversity and growth.
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Jersey City
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An unparalleled history as the nation's "Golden Door," Jersey City is fittingly nestled in the shadows of the historic Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty, and is one of the nation's most diverse cities, comprised of over 265,000 residents. Located between the Hudson and Hackensack Rivers, Jersey City covers nearly 15 square miles of land at the center of the New York City metropolitan region. Once a city driven by immigrants working in the shipping and manufacturing industries, Jersey City has transformed into a modern urban community. Old factories have been repurposed and reborn into office buildings and housing units, abandoned rail yards are now landscaped parks. Jersey City’s vibrant culture and diversity and commitment to collaboration and innovation, create an unparalleled quality of life for residents and businesses. Some cities are known for their landmark attractions, for their action-packed nightlife, or simply for the unmatched quality of their community. All of these elements and more define the City of Jersey City. From the Greenville neighborhood to the bustling Downtown area, the Heights to the West Side, in Bergen-Lafayette, India Square and Journal Square, everywhere you turn you’re surrounded by diversity and growth.
Hamilton Park is a neighborhood in Historic Downtown Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, centered on a park with the same name. The Victorian age park is located between Eighth Street and Ninth Street and Hamilton Place on the west and McWilliams Place on the East. Like the Van Vorst Park neighborhood to the south, this quiet park is surrounded by nineteenth century brownstones. The park produces several events throughout the year, some of which include: A Shakespeare in the Park series by the Hudson Shakespeare Company. The professional company produces one Shakespeare or classical show for each summer month. This is paid for by the Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association and is free to watch. Movies in the Park, a series of outdoor screening of 4 to 5 movies in the months of June or July thru October, paid for by the Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association and is free to watch. Hamilton Park Festival – Takes place usually in early June of each year and is paid for by the Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association. Youth Festival – Takes place usually in June Weekly Farmers Market – Takes place every Wednesday, produced by the Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association Easter Egg Hunt - Takes place in April
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ハミルトン・パーク
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Hamilton Park is a neighborhood in Historic Downtown Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, centered on a park with the same name. The Victorian age park is located between Eighth Street and Ninth Street and Hamilton Place on the west and McWilliams Place on the East. Like the Van Vorst Park neighborhood to the south, this quiet park is surrounded by nineteenth century brownstones. The park produces several events throughout the year, some of which include: A Shakespeare in the Park series by the Hudson Shakespeare Company. The professional company produces one Shakespeare or classical show for each summer month. This is paid for by the Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association and is free to watch. Movies in the Park, a series of outdoor screening of 4 to 5 movies in the months of June or July thru October, paid for by the Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association and is free to watch. Hamilton Park Festival – Takes place usually in early June of each year and is paid for by the Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association. Youth Festival – Takes place usually in June Weekly Farmers Market – Takes place every Wednesday, produced by the Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association Easter Egg Hunt - Takes place in April
Newport is a 600-acre (2.4 km2) master-planned, mixed-use community in Downtown Jersey City, New Jersey, consisting of retail, residential, office, and entertainment facilities. The neighborhood is situated on the Hudson Waterfront on what had been the yards of Erie Railroad's Pavonia Terminal, located opposite Lower Manhattan and the neighborhood of Tribeca in New York City. Redevelopment of the neighborhood began in 1986 as a $10 billion project led by real-estate tycoon Samuel J. LeFrak and his firm The LeFrak Organization. The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail's Newport station and the PATH's Newport station are located in Newport. The area is also served by several New Jersey Transit bus lines, A&C Bus Corporation as well as other private bus lines. Interstate 78 is nearby and connects to the Holland Tunnel, which provides vehicle access to lower Manhattan, as well as to the New Jersey Turnpike Extension. Part of the Newport community is the Newport Centre Mall, a large traditional indoor shopping complex anchored by Macy's, JCPenney, Sears, Kohl's, H&M, and ZARA. Outside the mall and around the Newport area are a variety of primarily neighborhood oriented restaurants (known collectively as "The Restaurants at Newport") and retail stores (known collectively as "The Newport River Market") including a number of notables such as a Target store which opened in 2004, Staples and Best Buy.
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Newport
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Newport is a 600-acre (2.4 km2) master-planned, mixed-use community in Downtown Jersey City, New Jersey, consisting of retail, residential, office, and entertainment facilities. The neighborhood is situated on the Hudson Waterfront on what had been the yards of Erie Railroad's Pavonia Terminal, located opposite Lower Manhattan and the neighborhood of Tribeca in New York City. Redevelopment of the neighborhood began in 1986 as a $10 billion project led by real-estate tycoon Samuel J. LeFrak and his firm The LeFrak Organization. The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail's Newport station and the PATH's Newport station are located in Newport. The area is also served by several New Jersey Transit bus lines, A&C Bus Corporation as well as other private bus lines. Interstate 78 is nearby and connects to the Holland Tunnel, which provides vehicle access to lower Manhattan, as well as to the New Jersey Turnpike Extension. Part of the Newport community is the Newport Centre Mall, a large traditional indoor shopping complex anchored by Macy's, JCPenney, Sears, Kohl's, H&M, and ZARA. Outside the mall and around the Newport area are a variety of primarily neighborhood oriented restaurants (known collectively as "The Restaurants at Newport") and retail stores (known collectively as "The Newport River Market") including a number of notables such as a Target store which opened in 2004, Staples and Best Buy.
Food scene
Breakfast Restaurant 231 8th St, Jersey City, NJ 07302, United States +1 201-656-5900 weekdays: 7AM - 6PM weekends: 7AM - 5PM
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Basic Coffee and Deli
231 8th Street
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Breakfast Restaurant 231 8th St, Jersey City, NJ 07302, United States +1 201-656-5900 weekdays: 7AM - 6PM weekends: 7AM - 5PM
485 Marin Blvd, Jersey City, NJ 07302, United States +1 201-533-4440 Open: 9AM - 2PM Highlights: Fast service, Great coffee, Outdoor seating Popular for: Breakfast, Lunch, Solo dining Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible entrance/seating/toilet Offerings: Coffee, Quick bite, Small plates Atmosphere: Casual
Café Esmé
485 Marin Boulevard
485 Marin Blvd, Jersey City, NJ 07302, United States +1 201-533-4440 Open: 9AM - 2PM Highlights: Fast service, Great coffee, Outdoor seating Popular for: Breakfast, Lunch, Solo dining Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible entrance/seating/toilet Offerings: Coffee, Quick bite, Small plates Atmosphere: Casual
Small shop for gourmet ice cream, rotating flavors & baked treats made from organic ingredients. 19 McWilliams Pl, Jersey City, NJ 07302, United States +1 201-984-0530 Open 11AM - 9PM
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Milk Sugar Love Creamery & Bakeshop
19 McWilliams Place
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Small shop for gourmet ice cream, rotating flavors & baked treats made from organic ingredients. 19 McWilliams Pl, Jersey City, NJ 07302, United States +1 201-984-0530 Open 11AM - 9PM
Pizza restaurant 301 8th St, Jersey City, NJ 07302, United States +1 201-659-4045 Weekdays: 6AM - 9PM Weekends: 8AM - 8PM
Christo's Mini Mart & Pizzeria‎
301 8th St
Pizza restaurant 301 8th St, Jersey City, NJ 07302, United States +1 201-659-4045 Weekdays: 6AM - 9PM Weekends: 8AM - 8PM
Comfy, brick-walled space serving brick-oven pizzas, salads & Italian entrees such as veal marsala. 611 Jersey Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07302, United States +1 201-222-6886 Monday: closed Tue-Fri: 11AM - 10PM Sat: 12PM - 11PM Sun: 12PM - 10AM
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Rustique Pizza
611 Jersey Avenue
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Comfy, brick-walled space serving brick-oven pizzas, salads & Italian entrees such as veal marsala. 611 Jersey Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07302, United States +1 201-222-6886 Monday: closed Tue-Fri: 11AM - 10PM Sat: 12PM - 11PM Sun: 12PM - 10AM

街のお役立ち情報

交通アクセス
PATH train is the fastest way to get around.
There are two PATH train stations near the property. Grove Street Station, 9 min walk. And Newport PATH, 12 min walk, right by the Newport Center.