Annual Hoboken House Tour – 2007

10/27/2007:

Reminder- Hoboken House Tour tomorrow!

10/23/2007:

Again we have the annual fundraiser for the Hoboken Historical Museum that let’s you get a glimpse of some of Hoboken’s finer residences.

See last years Hoboken House Tour recap here. While we enjoyed it, and support the Museum, we wished that there were less developer “sales pitches”, and more homes to visit. This year there are only nine.

From the Museum:

“The Hoboken Historical Museum’s House Tour is your ticket to enter some of the most distinctive homes in Hoboken.

This year’s tour offers a peek inside nine homes, from recently remodeled older homes to a showplace for an art-collecting family to a condo in one of the newest buildings on the waterfront. Several homes were decorated by noted interior designers, including Lucretia Moroni, whose handpainted fabrics, wall treatments and floor coverings can be seen at www.fatto-a-mano.com.

The 2007 Hoboken House Tour takes place Sunday October 28th, rain or shine.

Advance purchase ticket vouchers are now available for the 2007 tour.

You can buy them at the Museum, or:

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19 Comments on "Annual Hoboken House Tour – 2007"

new2hoboken
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new2hoboken

ya – is there a recap like last year?

oceanbloo
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oceanbloo

Did anyone here go on the tour this year?

earthbound
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earthbound

“Every year you see something different. Where else can you get a glimpse into people’s homes like this in Hoboken! I love seeing how people have decorated, their layout design, and use of space. It gives me so many great ideas. And, it’s fun. I highly recommend going.” 😆

tubes
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tubes

I have friends that come in from the suburbs just for this. They love to see what some money and good contractors can get you.

darklord
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darklord

The corp sponsored units provide some of Hoboken’s best celebrity spotting opportunities. I shared an elevator ride with Gov. Corzine and his lady friend (and no it wasn’t Carla Katz!) on my way to see Toll Brother’s corporate pad in the Tea Building last year. Very nice pad and I left some choice comments in the unit’s guest book.

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