From Hoboken’s historic brownstones to luxury condos and loft apartments, waterside parks to hopping nightlife, small-town feel to 10-minute NYC commute… Hoboken could very well be the best place to live in the U.S. The City of Hoboken was incorporated in 1855 and today has become “The Sixth Borough” equal in style and convenience to Manhattans other neighboring cities. Hoboken is filled with small specialty shops, jiving bars and multi continental restaurants. Hoboken has a prominent professional community, highly regarded Stevens Institute of Technology, and is home for some of the NY metro area’s most prominent business professionals, artists, musicians and entertainers. Hoboken is also noted as the birth place of Frank Sinatra and Baseball. Real Estate in Hoboken is a unique mixture of feature and style. Today Hoboken’s real estate primarily consists of commercial buildings and recently built or renovated luxury condominiums. It has become a captivating alternative to Real Estate in Manhattan.