Hudson Tea Building

mixed reviews

Description – Loft rentals / condominiums. Industrial conversion.
Website –
Address –
1500 Hudson St, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030
Telephone –
(201) 792-8900

But they have a great secret path around the place in the back… (see below)

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18 Comments on "Hudson Tea Building"

8 years 16 days ago

The new park (and Cingular Commerical location) on the corner of 15th and Park now has a playground.

7 years 11 months ago

I drove past here today, and maybe someone could explain why I saw two identical playgrounds right next to each other? Was I having double vision?

Enough with the playgrounds. This city needs more ballfields!

ron mexico
7 years 11 months ago

Purple – I have to ask – was that your stance when your kids were toddlers?

7 years 11 months ago

These plots of land are not big enough for ballfields. Gotta get over it, man, you live in a place with a population density roughly equivalent to Tokyo. Ballfields are for Morris County and Upstate New York. And I don’t mean Westchester, I mean places like Syracuse and Rochester.

Those playgrounds are going to get very intensive use, from sun-up to sun-down.

7 years 11 months ago

When my kids were little, they played on the playgrounds in Elysian Park and Church Square Park. Playgrounds get used for the first 4 years of a child’s life (maybe a little more). It’s great that there are so many babies and toddlers in this town, but what’s going to happen when they all grow up and there is NO place for them to play sports?

The Hoboken Youth Soccer League is already busting at the seams with the 600 Hoboken kids it accommodates each fall.

It just seems a bit short-sighted to me.

I can’t even estimate how many babies and toddlers there are in this town who are age 5 and under, but I’ve got to believe that that age group has a higher population than the 6 – 15 age group. You can’t swing a dead cat in this town without hitting a Bugaboo!

If all these people decide to stay for the long haul, they’re going to be disappointed in about 5 years when their kids are playing games and practicing late at night.

I KNOW it’s too late for my own kids, as they’ll be long out of the house before we’ll ever see 1600 Park or a Southwest Park, but maybe these parents of toddlers could think a little more into the future.

No one answered my question – Are there really two identical playground structures at the tea building? If so, that’s just lame.