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833 Apartments for rent in Hackensack, NJ

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The Pierre
185 Prospect Ave
Hackensack, NJ
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,995
1059 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,550
1363 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:54 AM
Winner of the NJAA Garden State Awards for Best Managed Property, The Pierre is recognized for its outstanding customer service and award winning staff.
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1 Unit Available
Clinton Arms
215 Clinton Place
Hackensack, NJ
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,895
963 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:23 AM
Make Clinton Arms your home base for an easy commute to New York City via express buses or trains, both within walking distance from this Fairmount location. By car, Routes 4, 17, 95 and the Garden State Parkway are easily accessible.
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130 Units Available
The Current on River
18 East Camden Street
Hackensack, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,975
714 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,550
1075 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:10 AM
BRAND NEW luxury apartments in the heart of Hackensack, NJ. Opening early spring 2020. The Current on River is an exciting new luxury apartment complex by Hekemian Co., Inc.
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1 Unit Available
The Clark
280 Clark Street
Hackensack, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,995
890 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 12:03 AM
The Clark at Hackensack redefines your apartment experience by providing you with the best living situation in Hackensack, NJ and still being only minutes away from New York City. Our apartment homes are built with your comfort in mind.
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Prospect Place
300 Prospect Ave
Hackensack, NJ
1 Bedroom
$2,083
969 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,503
1268 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:32 PM
High-rise apartments with wall-to-wall windows and majestic views. Garden-style community ideal for pet lovers. Walk-in closets, 9-foot ceilings and in-unit washer and dryer. Community pool table.
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2 Units Available
Mary Garden
211 Mary Street
Hackensack, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,175
700 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:01 PM
We offer spacious apartments, heat and hot water and offers easy access greet at your door step and get in new York city in less 30 minutes you also have access to all major routes and nearby shopping malls neighborhood restaurants and supermarkets
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15 Units Available
Avalon Hackensack at Riverside
414 Hackensack Ave
Hackensack, NJ
Studio
$1,669
657 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,290
905 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,455
1104 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:05 PM
This green community's perfect location allows easy access to Manhattan, Riverside Square Mall and Hackensack River Park. Residents can relax in the hot tub, pool or coffee bar. Apartments feature hardwood flooring and in-unit laundry.
1 Unit Available
405 Hudson St
405 Hudson Street
Hackensack, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
Last updated December 3 at 11:14 PM
Renovated Second floor apartment in a Two Family property. This spacious apartment offers 3 nice size bedrooms, 1 Full Bathroom. Kitchen includes: Dishwasher, Fridge, Stove and Microwave. Access to backyard and 1 parking space in driveway.
1 Unit Available
208 ANDERSON ST
208 Anderson Street
Hackensack, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$2,100
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
TENANT PAYS 1MONTH REALTOR FEE, 1.5 MONTH SECURITY DEPOSIT AND FIRST MONTH RENT. NTN CREDIT CHECK & PROOF OF INCOME ARE REQUIRED....
1 Unit Available
326 PROSPECT AVE
326 Prospect Avenue
Hackensack, NJ
Studio
$2,850
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
**BRIGHT** NON-SMOKING END UNIT W/VIEWS! 1450+ SF: EAT-IN KIT, DIN.RM, LIV. RM, 2 KING-SIZE BRS **GREAT CLOSET SPC** RENT INCL: WATER, POOL,GYMS,STORAGE, 2 PKG SPACES. LUX. HIGHRISE W/FRONT DESK SEC.
1 Unit Available
365 AMERICAN LEGION DR
365 American Legion Drive
Hackensack, NJ
Studio
$2,500
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Beautiful totally renovated home. Ready to move in. All appliances included in rental. Central Air. Close to all transportation and shopping malls. Rental application, credit check, 1 month realtor fee, and 1 1/2 security. No Pets allowed.
1 Unit Available
55 CLINTON PL
55 Clinton Place
Hackensack, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$2,200
828 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Beautiful and bright southeast corner unit in Fairmount section of Hackensack, elevator mid rise building with beautiful lobby 2 bedroom 1.5 bathroom open kitchen with breakfast bar. Fireplace, terrace, laundry on the same floor ,new carpeting.
1 Unit Available
218 PROSPECT AVE
218 Prospect Avenue
Hackensack, NJ
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
991 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
NO FEE! Spacious 2 bed 1 bath, newer kitchen, hardwood floors, gym and storage in the basement, 1 car parking space included. Top floor unit. Hardwood floors, renovated kitchen and bathroom.
1 Unit Available
329 ESSEX ST
329 Essex St
Hackensack, NJ
Studio
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2 Bedrooms
$1,750
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
This ground floor, bright 2 bedroom duplex features a private entrance, eat in kitchen, H/W floors throughout with good closet space is conveniently located across the Hackensack University Medical Center.
1 Unit Available
160 Overlook Ave
160 Overlook Avenue
Hackensack, NJ
Studio
$1,495
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Available 12/05/20 Luxury studio for rent - Property Id: 430515 Perfect Place to Call Home! Stylish, fully renovated studio and FURNISHED, everything you need for comfortable, easy living. Large Windows bring in lots of light to this cheerful space.
1 Unit Available
430 Union St 11
430 Union Street
Hackensack, NJ
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$2,199
501 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
**BEATIFUL 3 BEDROOM APARTMENT** - Property Id: 419312 **BEATIFUL 3 BEDROOM APARTMENT** **NO FEE** ~APT Features~ *Heat/Hot Water Included *Granite countertops *Stainless Steel appliances *Plenty of windows *Tons of closets *Tons of
1 Unit Available
50 Anderson Street
50 Anderson Street
Hackensack, NJ
1 Bedroom
$1,595
326 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 09:45 AM
Very Large 1 Bedroom Apartment Large bedroomHuge Living RoomSpacious KitchenUpdated BathroomLots of Closets Hardwood FlooringHeat and Hot Water IncludedLaundry on Premises Elevator Buildingbr Close to NJ Transit FDU -- UniversityHackensack
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2 Units Available
Royal Court
72 Reservoir Ave
River Edge, NJ | River Edge
1 Bedroom
$1,680
825 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:33 AM
Great Location, Peaceful Setting! Royal Court Apartments is in a great location near shopping and supermarkets. The apartments at Royal Court feature an array of modern amenities and many extras for your convenience.
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5 Units Available
New Bridge Crossing
230 Kinderkamack Road
River Edge, NJ | River Edge
1 Bedroom
$2,000
701 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,900
982 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:32 PM
REDUCED DEPOSIT & $1000 RENT CREDIT IF YOU SIGN LEASE BY 12/31! Contact us to make your appointment! New Bridge Crossing provides today's most desired features, conveniences, and special touches.
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2 Units Available
Kennedy Gardens Apartments
158 Kennedy Dr
Lodi, NJ | Lodi
1 Bedroom
$1,450
640 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 10:01 PM
At Kennedy Gardens you can enjoy the convenience of our central location. We are just minutes from fine dining, shopping and transportation. We are a pet friendly community (please ask for details).
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Essex Gardens
15 Essex Ct
Maywood, NJ | Maywood
1 Bedroom
$1,525
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
Last updated December 3 at 09:08 PM
Essex Gardens is a park-like community in North Jersey featuring spacious apartments with private entrances and abundant natural light. Walk easily to local shopping and restaurants and enjoy the convenience of NYC bus line just steps from your door.
1 Unit Available
691 Suffern Road
691 Suffern Road
Bergen County, NJ
3 Bedrooms
$2,600
1120 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:46 AM
NOW AVAILABLE! Exclusively listed by Hudson Homes Management. Hurry, this home will not last long! Apply TODAY! Featuring 3 bedrooms, 1.
1 Unit Available
126 3rd St
126 3rd Street
Ridgefield Park, NJ | Ridgefield Park
3 Bedrooms
$2,400
Last updated December 3 at 11:14 PM
Gorgeous renovated unit located within walking distance to transportation and minutes to all major highways.
1 Unit Available
62 3RD PL
62 3rd Place
Bogota, NJ | Bogota
2 Bedrooms
$1,850
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
FABULOUS OPPORTUNITY TO RENT THIS HUGE 2BEDROOM 1BATH LOCATED ON THE 2ND FLOOR THAT FEATURES HARDWOOD FLOORS EATING KITCHEN. CLOSE TO NYC TRANSPORTATION AND LOCAL SHOPPING AREA.
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Apartment Rentals in Hackensack start at $1,150/month.
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While some Hackensack properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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While some Hackensack properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Hackensack. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice, American Musical and Dramatic Academy, CUNY Hunter College, Touro College, and Stella and Charles Guttman Community College.
How can I find off-campus housing in Hackensack?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Hackensack. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice, American Musical and Dramatic Academy, CUNY Hunter College, Touro College, and Stella and Charles Guttman Community College.

City Guide

Hackensack
"Who needs a house out in Hackensack?" - (Billy Joel, "Movin Out")
"Who needs a house out in Hackensack?" - (Billy Joel, "Movin Out")

Historic Hackensack dates back to the Native American Indian tribes of this region. This strategically located city was used as a headquarters for General George Washington during part of the American Revolution. Talk about historic! However, the views of the New York City skyline from Hackensack are much different today than they were in ol' George’s time. The city truly displays the diversity that is urban America. Within its boundaries are stately historic townhouses, a river, high rise buildings, industrial complexes and a picturesque nature preserve. Considered a suburb of New York City, many who live here commute for work. This northeastern community of approximately 43,000 also serves as the Bergen County seat.

Moving to Hackensack

The city prides itself on its diverse use of the land and a wide range of residents. Real estate here is more reasonably priced than in some other areas of the state. However, it is typical of this densely populated region of the country and runs higher than the national average. Hackensack residents are employed in a mixture of service related industries, technology companies and professional jobs. So don't be surprised by a higher price tag.

Whether your vision of a home for rent in Hackensack is a quaint apartment in a historic row house or a chic modern space in a high rise building, you are in luck. While there is a large quantity of rental inventory in the city, it is always wise to prepare well ahead of a move. Ensure your best chance of getting the okay from a potential landlord by having all necessary paperwork in hand. This includes proof of income, a recent credit report and references from former landlords. The city sponsors an advisory board that seeks ways to improve the quality of life for those who rent their homes so you'll be well taken care of.

Many residents utilize public transportation to get around town. There is a commuter train service that runs through Hackensack, and bus service provided by the city. Those needing to get to the regional airports including LaGuardia, Newark and Kennedy International can use the airport limo service. So if you don't fee like sitting through traffic, hop on a bus or train!

Moving to Hackensack
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The city prides itself on its diverse use of the land and a wide range of residents. Real estate here is more reasonably priced than in some other areas of the state. However, it is typical of this densely populated region of the country and runs higher than the national average. Hackensack residents are employed in a mixture of service related industries, technology companies and professional jobs. So don't be surprised by a higher price tag.

Whether your vision of a home for rent in Hackensack is a quaint apartment in a historic row house or a chic modern space in a high rise building, you are in luck. While there is a large quantity of rental inventory in the city, it is always wise to prepare well ahead of a move. Ensure your best chance of getting the okay from a potential landlord by having all necessary paperwork in hand. This includes proof of income, a recent credit report and references from former landlords. The city sponsors an advisory board that seeks ways to improve the quality of life for those who rent their homes so you'll be well taken care of.

Many residents utilize public transportation to get around town. There is a commuter train service that runs through Hackensack, and bus service provided by the city. Those needing to get to the regional airports including LaGuardia, Newark and Kennedy International can use the airport limo service. So if you don't fee like sitting through traffic, hop on a bus or train!

Neighborhoods

City Center: The largest and busiest neighborhood is City Center. Most of the residential properties within this area are renter occupied, and it is fairly easy to find available apartments here. Studios and other smaller housing options are the most numerous in this busy part of town. Instead of the usual mixture of real estate, the predominant source of housing in City Center is apartment buildings. No air-polluting car required to live here either with most residents taking the bus to work. A large portion of the structures in this walkable neighborhood were built during the "Happy Days" of the baby boomer era.

S Summit Avenue/Kaplan Avenue: Straddling the I-80 corridor on the west side of the city, this high demand area can be tough for those looking for apartments with paid utilities in Hackensack. While there are some single family homes located in the neighborhood, most of the real estate is inhabited by renters. A major employer in the area, The Hackensack University Medical Center is part of this locality.

1stStreet/Atlantic Street: This newer Hackensack neighborhood has plenty of rentals available and a variety of housing options. Apartment complexes as well as high rise units can be found in this portion of the city with renters being in the majority. Many residents utilize the bus service for their commute to work saving wear and tear on their personal vehicles.

Summit Avenue/Hamilton Place: Much of the real estate in this neighborhood consists of owner-occupied homes. The 3 bedroom and up single family residences in this well-established part of the city were built prior to the sixties. Occupancy rates in the few apartments here remains high making finding a rental problematic. If your heart is set on this Hackensack neighborhood, be prepared to wait for that perfect place to become available. College students are attracted to this part of the city, and it ranks highly as one of the top places for them to live in the state.

Passaic Street/Summit Avenue: This part of Hackensack consists of modest sized modern homes and many large apartment structures. This neighborhood attracts a substantial portion of residents who are single. Many of these young professionals commute to work on the bus line.

Main Street/Johnson Avenue: A wide range of real estate makes up the Main Street/Johnson Avenue region of the city. Row houses that are owner occupied sit alongside those available for home rentals. It is considered one of the sections of town that is very friendly towards college students.

S River Street/E Moonachie Road: This southern most Hackensack neighborhood stretches along the river and is split through the middle by I-80. It boasts two beautiful parks for residents to enjoy picnic areas, soccer fields and other outdoor fun. Outdoorsy people will fit right in here.

Central Avenue/1stStreet: This part of Hackensack consists of mostly complexes and high rises with reasonable rental fees. The age range is wide, but most people here rent their homes. Carver Park offers the residents their own little green space nature preserve for outdoor activities.

Summit Avenue/Essex Street: Nearby Hackensack University Medical Center and easy access to I-80 make this an appealing neighborhood. It may take longer to procure an apartment in this popular part of the city. Many workers leave the car parked and use the bus to get around town. Talk about convenience!

S River Street/E Broadway: The Hackensack River borders this neighborhood giving residents some beautiful views. Those who call this area home live in the older historical buildings found here. Many of them have been converted into condos for rent. A high percentage of the people who live here do not own a car. They walk to work or use the bus.

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City Center: The largest and busiest neighborhood is City Center. Most of the residential properties within this area are renter occupied, and it is fairly easy to find available apartments here. Studios and other smaller housing options are the most numerous in this busy part of town. Instead of the usual mixture of real estate, the predominant source of housing in City Center is apartment buildings. No air-polluting car required to live here either with most residents taking the bus to work. A large portion of the structures in this walkable neighborhood were built during the "Happy Days" of the baby boomer era.

S Summit Avenue/Kaplan Avenue: Straddling the I-80 corridor on the west side of the city, this high demand area can be tough for those looking for apartments with paid utilities in Hackensack. While there are some single family homes located in the neighborhood, most of the real estate is inhabited by renters. A major employer in the area, The Hackensack University Medical Center is part of this locality.

1stStreet/Atlantic Street: This newer Hackensack neighborhood has plenty of rentals available and a variety of housing options. Apartment complexes as well as high rise units can be found in this portion of the city with renters being in the majority. Many residents utilize the bus service for their commute to work saving wear and tear on their personal vehicles.

Summit Avenue/Hamilton Place: Much of the real estate in this neighborhood consists of owner-occupied homes. The 3 bedroom and up single family residences in this well-established part of the city were built prior to the sixties. Occupancy rates in the few apartments here remains high making finding a rental problematic. If your heart is set on this Hackensack neighborhood, be prepared to wait for that perfect place to become available. College students are attracted to this part of the city, and it ranks highly as one of the top places for them to live in the state.

Passaic Street/Summit Avenue: This part of Hackensack consists of modest sized modern homes and many large apartment structures. This neighborhood attracts a substantial portion of residents who are single. Many of these young professionals commute to work on the bus line.

Main Street/Johnson Avenue: A wide range of real estate makes up the Main Street/Johnson Avenue region of the city. Row houses that are owner occupied sit alongside those available for home rentals. It is considered one of the sections of town that is very friendly towards college students.

S River Street/E Moonachie Road: This southern most Hackensack neighborhood stretches along the river and is split through the middle by I-80. It boasts two beautiful parks for residents to enjoy picnic areas, soccer fields and other outdoor fun. Outdoorsy people will fit right in here.

Central Avenue/1stStreet: This part of Hackensack consists of mostly complexes and high rises with reasonable rental fees. The age range is wide, but most people here rent their homes. Carver Park offers the residents their own little green space nature preserve for outdoor activities.

Summit Avenue/Essex Street: Nearby Hackensack University Medical Center and easy access to I-80 make this an appealing neighborhood. It may take longer to procure an apartment in this popular part of the city. Many workers leave the car parked and use the bus to get around town. Talk about convenience!

S River Street/E Broadway: The Hackensack River borders this neighborhood giving residents some beautiful views. Those who call this area home live in the older historical buildings found here. Many of them have been converted into condos for rent. A high percentage of the people who live here do not own a car. They walk to work or use the bus.

Living in Hackensac

KLife in Hackensack combines the comforts of living in a smaller city with the conveniences of a major metropolitan area. Residents can enjoy plays, comedy routines and concerts right at their own Cultural Arts Center, or make the quick trip to New York City to experience a Broadway show. Natural beauty is found along the river and in the many trees that have been planted by the city.

A city treasure, that is appropriately located on the river, is the New Jersey Naval Museum. Home of the USS Ling WWII submarine, the museum offers tours and a look at the maritime history of our country. For those who embrace their inner foodie, residents can find fresh produce, flowers and craft items at the Hackensack Farmers Market throughout the summer and into fall. Dining out in the city is a cultural delight whether you are looking for fresh seafood, a classic steakhouse, italian specialties or a juicy burger at the local pub. For those looking to dance the night away there are a number of clubs and lounges in Hackensack.

If you find yourself in need of retail therapy, don't fret! Upscale shopping can be enjoyed at The Shops at Riverside, and the downtown area is also known for its boutique shops found among the landmark buildings. The Metropolitan Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University and Bergen Community College in Hackensack attract many college students to the city. This area of New Jersey has always included people from many different cultural backgrounds and that continues today.

Living in Hackensac
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KLife in Hackensack combines the comforts of living in a smaller city with the conveniences of a major metropolitan area. Residents can enjoy plays, comedy routines and concerts right at their own Cultural Arts Center, or make the quick trip to New York City to experience a Broadway show. Natural beauty is found along the river and in the many trees that have been planted by the city.

A city treasure, that is appropriately located on the river, is the New Jersey Naval Museum. Home of the USS Ling WWII submarine, the museum offers tours and a look at the maritime history of our country. For those who embrace their inner foodie, residents can find fresh produce, flowers and craft items at the Hackensack Farmers Market throughout the summer and into fall. Dining out in the city is a cultural delight whether you are looking for fresh seafood, a classic steakhouse, italian specialties or a juicy burger at the local pub. For those looking to dance the night away there are a number of clubs and lounges in Hackensack.

If you find yourself in need of retail therapy, don't fret! Upscale shopping can be enjoyed at The Shops at Riverside, and the downtown area is also known for its boutique shops found among the landmark buildings. The Metropolitan Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University and Bergen Community College in Hackensack attract many college students to the city. This area of New Jersey has always included people from many different cultural backgrounds and that continues today.

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City Guide

Hackensack
"Who needs a house out in Hackensack?" - (Billy Joel, "Movin Out")
"Who needs a house out in Hackensack?" - (Billy Joel, "Movin Out")

Historic Hackensack dates back to the Native American Indian tribes of this region. This strategically located city was used as a headquarters for General George Washington during part of the American Revolution. Talk about historic! However, the views of the New York City skyline from Hackensack are much different today than they were in ol' George’s time. The city truly displays the diversity that is urban America. Within its boundaries are stately historic townhouses, a river, high rise buildings, industrial complexes and a picturesque nature preserve. Considered a suburb of New York City, many who live here commute for work. This northeastern community of approximately 43,000 also serves as the Bergen County seat.

Moving to Hackensack

The city prides itself on its diverse use of the land and a wide range of residents. Real estate here is more reasonably priced than in some other areas of the state. However, it is typical of this densely populated region of the country and runs higher than the national average. Hackensack residents are employed in a mixture of service related industries, technology companies and professional jobs. So don't be surprised by a higher price tag.

Whether your vision of a home for rent in Hackensack is a quaint apartment in a historic row house or a chic modern space in a high rise building, you are in luck. While there is a large quantity of rental inventory in the city, it is always wise to prepare well ahead of a move. Ensure your best chance of getting the okay from a potential landlord by having all necessary paperwork in hand. This includes proof of income, a recent credit report and references from former landlords. The city sponsors an advisory board that seeks ways to improve the quality of life for those who rent their homes so you'll be well taken care of.

Many residents utilize public transportation to get around town. There is a commuter train service that runs through Hackensack, and bus service provided by the city. Those needing to get to the regional airports including LaGuardia, Newark and Kennedy International can use the airport limo service. So if you don't fee like sitting through traffic, hop on a bus or train!

Moving to Hackensack
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The city prides itself on its diverse use of the land and a wide range of residents. Real estate here is more reasonably priced than in some other areas of the state. However, it is typical of this densely populated region of the country and runs higher than the national average. Hackensack residents are employed in a mixture of service related industries, technology companies and professional jobs. So don't be surprised by a higher price tag.

Whether your vision of a home for rent in Hackensack is a quaint apartment in a historic row house or a chic modern space in a high rise building, you are in luck. While there is a large quantity of rental inventory in the city, it is always wise to prepare well ahead of a move. Ensure your best chance of getting the okay from a potential landlord by having all necessary paperwork in hand. This includes proof of income, a recent credit report and references from former landlords. The city sponsors an advisory board that seeks ways to improve the quality of life for those who rent their homes so you'll be well taken care of.

Many residents utilize public transportation to get around town. There is a commuter train service that runs through Hackensack, and bus service provided by the city. Those needing to get to the regional airports including LaGuardia, Newark and Kennedy International can use the airport limo service. So if you don't fee like sitting through traffic, hop on a bus or train!

Neighborhoods

City Center: The largest and busiest neighborhood is City Center. Most of the residential properties within this area are renter occupied, and it is fairly easy to find available apartments here. Studios and other smaller housing options are the most numerous in this busy part of town. Instead of the usual mixture of real estate, the predominant source of housing in City Center is apartment buildings. No air-polluting car required to live here either with most residents taking the bus to work. A large portion of the structures in this walkable neighborhood were built during the "Happy Days" of the baby boomer era.

S Summit Avenue/Kaplan Avenue: Straddling the I-80 corridor on the west side of the city, this high demand area can be tough for those looking for apartments with paid utilities in Hackensack. While there are some single family homes located in the neighborhood, most of the real estate is inhabited by renters. A major employer in the area, The Hackensack University Medical Center is part of this locality.

1stStreet/Atlantic Street: This newer Hackensack neighborhood has plenty of rentals available and a variety of housing options. Apartment complexes as well as high rise units can be found in this portion of the city with renters being in the majority. Many residents utilize the bus service for their commute to work saving wear and tear on their personal vehicles.

Summit Avenue/Hamilton Place: Much of the real estate in this neighborhood consists of owner-occupied homes. The 3 bedroom and up single family residences in this well-established part of the city were built prior to the sixties. Occupancy rates in the few apartments here remains high making finding a rental problematic. If your heart is set on this Hackensack neighborhood, be prepared to wait for that perfect place to become available. College students are attracted to this part of the city, and it ranks highly as one of the top places for them to live in the state.

Passaic Street/Summit Avenue: This part of Hackensack consists of modest sized modern homes and many large apartment structures. This neighborhood attracts a substantial portion of residents who are single. Many of these young professionals commute to work on the bus line.

Main Street/Johnson Avenue: A wide range of real estate makes up the Main Street/Johnson Avenue region of the city. Row houses that are owner occupied sit alongside those available for home rentals. It is considered one of the sections of town that is very friendly towards college students.

S River Street/E Moonachie Road: This southern most Hackensack neighborhood stretches along the river and is split through the middle by I-80. It boasts two beautiful parks for residents to enjoy picnic areas, soccer fields and other outdoor fun. Outdoorsy people will fit right in here.

Central Avenue/1stStreet: This part of Hackensack consists of mostly complexes and high rises with reasonable rental fees. The age range is wide, but most people here rent their homes. Carver Park offers the residents their own little green space nature preserve for outdoor activities.

Summit Avenue/Essex Street: Nearby Hackensack University Medical Center and easy access to I-80 make this an appealing neighborhood. It may take longer to procure an apartment in this popular part of the city. Many workers leave the car parked and use the bus to get around town. Talk about convenience!

S River Street/E Broadway: The Hackensack River borders this neighborhood giving residents some beautiful views. Those who call this area home live in the older historical buildings found here. Many of them have been converted into condos for rent. A high percentage of the people who live here do not own a car. They walk to work or use the bus.

Neighborhoods
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City Center: The largest and busiest neighborhood is City Center. Most of the residential properties within this area are renter occupied, and it is fairly easy to find available apartments here. Studios and other smaller housing options are the most numerous in this busy part of town. Instead of the usual mixture of real estate, the predominant source of housing in City Center is apartment buildings. No air-polluting car required to live here either with most residents taking the bus to work. A large portion of the structures in this walkable neighborhood were built during the "Happy Days" of the baby boomer era.

S Summit Avenue/Kaplan Avenue: Straddling the I-80 corridor on the west side of the city, this high demand area can be tough for those looking for apartments with paid utilities in Hackensack. While there are some single family homes located in the neighborhood, most of the real estate is inhabited by renters. A major employer in the area, The Hackensack University Medical Center is part of this locality.

1stStreet/Atlantic Street: This newer Hackensack neighborhood has plenty of rentals available and a variety of housing options. Apartment complexes as well as high rise units can be found in this portion of the city with renters being in the majority. Many residents utilize the bus service for their commute to work saving wear and tear on their personal vehicles.

Summit Avenue/Hamilton Place: Much of the real estate in this neighborhood consists of owner-occupied homes. The 3 bedroom and up single family residences in this well-established part of the city were built prior to the sixties. Occupancy rates in the few apartments here remains high making finding a rental problematic. If your heart is set on this Hackensack neighborhood, be prepared to wait for that perfect place to become available. College students are attracted to this part of the city, and it ranks highly as one of the top places for them to live in the state.

Passaic Street/Summit Avenue: This part of Hackensack consists of modest sized modern homes and many large apartment structures. This neighborhood attracts a substantial portion of residents who are single. Many of these young professionals commute to work on the bus line.

Main Street/Johnson Avenue: A wide range of real estate makes up the Main Street/Johnson Avenue region of the city. Row houses that are owner occupied sit alongside those available for home rentals. It is considered one of the sections of town that is very friendly towards college students.

S River Street/E Moonachie Road: This southern most Hackensack neighborhood stretches along the river and is split through the middle by I-80. It boasts two beautiful parks for residents to enjoy picnic areas, soccer fields and other outdoor fun. Outdoorsy people will fit right in here.

Central Avenue/1stStreet: This part of Hackensack consists of mostly complexes and high rises with reasonable rental fees. The age range is wide, but most people here rent their homes. Carver Park offers the residents their own little green space nature preserve for outdoor activities.

Summit Avenue/Essex Street: Nearby Hackensack University Medical Center and easy access to I-80 make this an appealing neighborhood. It may take longer to procure an apartment in this popular part of the city. Many workers leave the car parked and use the bus to get around town. Talk about convenience!

S River Street/E Broadway: The Hackensack River borders this neighborhood giving residents some beautiful views. Those who call this area home live in the older historical buildings found here. Many of them have been converted into condos for rent. A high percentage of the people who live here do not own a car. They walk to work or use the bus.

Living in Hackensac

KLife in Hackensack combines the comforts of living in a smaller city with the conveniences of a major metropolitan area. Residents can enjoy plays, comedy routines and concerts right at their own Cultural Arts Center, or make the quick trip to New York City to experience a Broadway show. Natural beauty is found along the river and in the many trees that have been planted by the city.

A city treasure, that is appropriately located on the river, is the New Jersey Naval Museum. Home of the USS Ling WWII submarine, the museum offers tours and a look at the maritime history of our country. For those who embrace their inner foodie, residents can find fresh produce, flowers and craft items at the Hackensack Farmers Market throughout the summer and into fall. Dining out in the city is a cultural delight whether you are looking for fresh seafood, a classic steakhouse, italian specialties or a juicy burger at the local pub. For those looking to dance the night away there are a number of clubs and lounges in Hackensack.

If you find yourself in need of retail therapy, don't fret! Upscale shopping can be enjoyed at The Shops at Riverside, and the downtown area is also known for its boutique shops found among the landmark buildings. The Metropolitan Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University and Bergen Community College in Hackensack attract many college students to the city. This area of New Jersey has always included people from many different cultural backgrounds and that continues today.

Living in Hackensac
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KLife in Hackensack combines the comforts of living in a smaller city with the conveniences of a major metropolitan area. Residents can enjoy plays, comedy routines and concerts right at their own Cultural Arts Center, or make the quick trip to New York City to experience a Broadway show. Natural beauty is found along the river and in the many trees that have been planted by the city.

A city treasure, that is appropriately located on the river, is the New Jersey Naval Museum. Home of the USS Ling WWII submarine, the museum offers tours and a look at the maritime history of our country. For those who embrace their inner foodie, residents can find fresh produce, flowers and craft items at the Hackensack Farmers Market throughout the summer and into fall. Dining out in the city is a cultural delight whether you are looking for fresh seafood, a classic steakhouse, italian specialties or a juicy burger at the local pub. For those looking to dance the night away there are a number of clubs and lounges in Hackensack.

If you find yourself in need of retail therapy, don't fret! Upscale shopping can be enjoyed at The Shops at Riverside, and the downtown area is also known for its boutique shops found among the landmark buildings. The Metropolitan Campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University and Bergen Community College in Hackensack attract many college students to the city. This area of New Jersey has always included people from many different cultural backgrounds and that continues today.