The Office – bids farewell to Hoboken

The Office – next Hoboken victim; moving to Jersey City

Well. the business “climate” in Hoboken has claimed yet another victim. This time it’s The Office over at 306 Washington Street.

The Office moves from Hoboken to Jersey City - The Office - bids farewell to Hoboken

Jersey City boasts business-friendly environment compared to Hoboken

Next month, The Office is moving to a similar-sized space smack-dab in the middle of Jersey City (Journal Square) for less than half the rent they’re paying now. Wow!

That, along with a not-so-ideal vibe here in Hoboken (Office Depot down the street, nagging customers whining about $20 invitation prints, and $0.25 copies), they made the choice to move to a locale that better suits their core business.

Gone will be the “internet cafe” which hogged precious floor space, and their focus will be primarily the business-to-business print and collateral side. They’ll still have a store-front, but without the high-overhead – low-profit offerings. It’s too bad, but as a business owner, you need to make tough decisions to maintain viability.

Doesn’t this make you sad? At this rate – Hoboken may and will become a strip-mall with some bars and restaurants, Realtors and parking enforcement officers.

The office moving to jersey city NJ from Hoboken 306 Washington Street - The Office - bids farewell to Hoboken

Description: Office services. Copies, computer facilities, Internet access, Copying & Finishing, Stationery, Computer time, Graphics work – Offset Printing, Graphic Design, Prepress, Forms, Stationery, Color, B&W, Fedex services
Address: 306 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ 07030 (Moving to “business-friendly” Jersey City – Journal Square)
Telephone: (201)222-5555, Fax: (201) 217-6637

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The demand for these kind of places is way, way down. We almost never print anything out anymore. I wouldn’t buy stock in Kinko’s either.

It happens. Tons of individual businesses in town means that some close, some open.


I’m sorry to see The Office go. I’ve used them often for a variety of projects and they were always very professional and the quality of their work is outstanding. I guess we’ll see another Realtor move into the space since it’s too small for a bar. I honestly believe that it’s only a matter of time when the kids moving into Hoboken realize that they are being fleeced and start renting or buying in other towns. Eventually every bubble will burst and I fear that the Hoboken bubble is next.


Blame it on the all-time low ratings of paper?


I went to this place about six months ago and had a good experience. I had to print a poster, scan something and make color copies. It all turned out great. The poster they printed looked awesome.