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Wednesday, June 01, 2005


Once only for thirty year old Fraternity brothers and sorority sisters, Hoboken is becoming a family friendly city. Rents are now just as much as many hot spots in Manhattan, and strollers clog the streets. However, Hoboken still has a great nightlife. Bars are open until 3am, but be warned, after 2am, the doors are locked to outsiders.

Parking is a serious problem in Hoboken, and if you live there, you are going to have plunk down as much a month as you would in Manhattan or risk parking in Jersey City heights. But you can’t beat the fact that nearly every store front is filled with something fun to buy, eat or drink.


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