Out in Jersey City

Twice recently I have visited Jersey City—once for work and once to visit the Jersey City Museum and some galleries. It was my first time back in the Garden State since flying out of Newark back in '07.

During work I viewed some furnished apartments located near Jersey City's waterfront and got to see a little bit of the neighborhood. These apartments have THE BEST views of Manhattan. Even the sun decks present an unrivaled sight of the Empire State Building and downtown/Battery Park City.

During a gallery tour I got to see all of the beautiful brownstones along Montgomery Street, and people watch in Van Vorst Park while on my way to the Jersey City Museum.

Jersey City is a unique place, with great views, lots of mom-and-pop establishments and definitely more fresh air than there is in the city!

Next stop, Hoboken!

View of Downtown Manhattan from inside Riverside at
of America, an apartment building at 1 River Court.

View of the Goldman Sachs Tower from the J. Owen Gundy Park.

View from the sun deck at Marbella, an apartment building
at 425 Washington Blvd.

View of Manhattan and the Empire State Building from
Jersey City's waterfront walkway

Grove Street in Jersey City, near the Grove Street PATH Station

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