Hoboken is located only minutes from New York City, offering an easy commute for both business and pleasure.
Aside from it's neighborhood appeal, charming cobblestone streets and rich history, Hoboken is known for its unprecedented location. Only minutes from New York City, Hoboken offers the close and convenient proximity to Manhattan for commuters and day-trippers alike via the PATH, Ferry, Bus or Light Rail.
Located only one block from the Port Authority Bus route, Edge Lofts provides access to Manhattan in minutes with proximity to NJ Transit bus routes from the Hudson Place bus terminal that includes the 22, 64, 68, 85, 87, 89 to destinations within Hudson County and 126 from the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
Only a a few blocks walking distance to the Ferry, the NY Waterway ferry service to Manhattan is available to Hoboken Terminal and 14th Street. Service to 14th Street in Hoboken is available from West 39th Street and the World Financial Center.
Multiple NJ Transit commuter rail lines go to Hoboken Terminal: Main/Bergen-Port Jervis Line, Montclair-Boonton Line, Morristown Line, North Jersey Coast Line, Pascack Valley Line, Gladstone Branch, Raritan Valley Line.
The three Hudson-Bergen Light Rail routes connect the waterfront communities of Hudson County. Stops are conveniently located at Second Street and Eighth Street as well as the Hoboken Terminal.
The Port Authority Trans Hudson (PATH) subway offers convenient connections to lower Manhattan, Midtown, Jersey City and Newark. The PATH runs 24 hours a day.