Sylvan Jefferson Street Garage

Parking Garage

Description – Parking Garage – Monthly/Hourly parking.
Services – Indoor Parking Garage
Address – 800 Jefferson St, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030-2167
Telephone – (201) 420-1131

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6 Responses

  1. patfitz0312 says:

    What they actually did is screw the monthly customers, like me.

    They moved the monthly cars downstairs into flood central so they would have extra room in the very safe top floor for the hourly people. So, as thanks for our several hundred dollars a month, our cars were purposefully stuffed downstairs into harm’s way.

    One thing I was unclear about though, is why they chose not to move the city official’s covered car into the basement? I have some nice pictures of that which should be of interest.

    I think the mood of the people in the building (which still has no heat or hot water, BTW), ranges from sadness that someone cared so little about them as long-term customers to absolute rage — leaning more toward the latter.

    • kdarling says:

      I had the same problem with my car which is not ruined. I thought the whole point of paying to put your car in a garage was so it would be safe!! This all could have been avoided but it was more important for this garage to make a buck!! Not really sure where to go from here?!?!?[quote comment=”218031″]What they actually did is screw the monthly customers, like me.They moved the monthly cars downstairs into flood central so they would have extra room in the very safe top floor for the hourly people. So, as thanks for our several hundred dollars a month, our cars were purposefully stuffed downstairs into harm’s way.One thing I was unclear about though, is why they chose not to move the city official’s covered car into the basement? I have some nice pictures of that which should be of interest.I think the mood of the people in the building (which still has no heat or hot water, BTW), ranges from sadness that someone cared so little about them as long-term customers to absolute rage — leaning more toward the latter.[/quote]

      • kdarling says:

        I had the same problem with my car which is ruined. I thought the whole point of paying to put your car in a garage was so it would be safe!! This all could have been avoided but it was more important for this garage to make a buck!! Not really sure where to go from here?!?!?[quote comment=”218152″]I had the same problem with my car which is not ruined. I thought the whole point of paying to put your car in a garage was so it would be safe!! This all could have been avoided but it was more important for this garage to make a buck!! Not really sure where to go from here?!?!?[/quote]

      • shappers says:

        Do you still have those pics?[quote comment=”218152″]I had the same problem with my car which is not ruined. I thought the whole point of paying to put your car in a garage was so it would be safe!! This all could have been avoided but it was more important for this garage to make a buck!! Not really sure where to go from here?!?!?[/quote]

    • shappers says:

      i agree. I know of a similar situation as yourself issue and would like to discuss this further. I would like to see the pics too!

      Thanks. [quote comment=”218031″]What they actually did is screw the monthly customers, like me.They moved the monthly cars downstairs into flood central so they would have extra room in the very safe top floor for the hourly people. So, as thanks for our several hundred dollars a month, our cars were purposefully stuffed downstairs into harm’s way.One thing I was unclear about though, is why they chose not to move the city official’s covered car into the basement? I have some nice pictures of that which should be of interest.I think the mood of the people in the building (which still has no heat or hot water, BTW), ranges from sadness that someone cared so little about them as long-term customers to absolute rage — leaning more toward the latter.[/quote]

  2. hobokenhound says:

    I’ve been parking my car at this garage for 6 years. The attendants have, for the most part, been great. So, I was very unhappy to learn that my car, which I’ve been paying $250 per month to house there, was put in the lower level that everyone knows floods. I’m waiting to hear from my insurance carrier, but it sounds like my well loved car is most likely totaled.
    Before the storm came, I asked the attendants what would be done for cars that they happen to park on the lower level. (The attendants determine where the cars are parked – lower or upper level). I was told that when the storm arrives, all of the monthly cars would be moved to the upper level, because the lower level floods. They further told me that they would turn away all hourly/day rates when they have no more room on the upper level.
    I was really annoyed to learn that they did not do this and left the lower level full of monthly cars. IF what I was told by the attendants is true, they continued to take in hourly/day rates when the storm hit and placed them on the upper level. The garage owner has not returned any calls….
    Not sure what my recourse is but I’m interested to hear what other people who parked in the garage have learned/experienced.

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