Weehawken, NJ is a township located in Hudson County that is full of history and is quickly becoming a sought after place to reside in. The area now referred to as Hamilton Park was home to many duels during the late 1700s and early 1800s – the most noted being the duel between Alexander Hamilton, for whom the park was named, and Aaron Burr.
The area boasts breathtaking views of the New York City skyline and is a commuter’s dream due to the reliable and continuous access to public transportation. The Lincoln Tunnel is conveniently located within the township’s limits, making a trip to New York City quick and hassle-free.
In regards to education, the Weehawken Public School District serves students from pre-kindergarten through the twelfth grade. Daniel Webster School serves students from pre-kindergarten through the second grade, Theodore Roosevelt School serves students from the third grade through the sixth grade, and Weehawken High School serves students from the seventh grade through the twelfth grade.
Along Park Avenue are a variety of different restaurants and locally owned shops, making it convenient for residents to grocery shop, try out new cuisines, and go shopping without having to leave town!