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Hackensack is just 7 miles west of Manhattan with a population of approximately 43,000 residents. The city is located near many major roadways including Interstate 80, Route 17, and Route 4. It offers many sweeping views of Manhattan.

The city is home to numerous businesses, shops, restaurants and professional services, making it a popular destination for both Hackensack residents and others from throughout Bergen County. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the plentiful shopping and dining options along Main Street, as well as the Riverside Square Shopping Mall located at the intersection of Hackensack Avenue and Route 4.

The Hackensack Public School District is considered excellent. The District consists of five elementary schools, one middle school and a regional high school. Hackensack is also home to Farleigh Dickinson University and several private and parochial schools.

Hackensack has an extensive parks and recreation department, and residents enjoy fifteen public parks, numerous playgrounds and programs for children throughout the summer. Children and adults alike utilize the city’s many playing fields,basketball and tennis courts and ice-skating rinks. Residents look forward to the annual 4th of July celebration at Foschini Park,a recreation center that offers residents over twenty five acres of land,numerous ball fields, a newly updated field house and trails and walkways.

With many homes for sale, numerous shopping, dining and cultural activities,plus the city’s close proximity to New York City, Hackensack real estate has something to offer almost everyone looking for real estate in Bergen County.

Remembering where their journeys had begun, the Manhattan Dutchmen who crossed the Hudson to establish a trading post on a lesser river about 4 miles west called their site New Barbados. For 274 years, the name, as well as the architecture of some buildings and institutions retained the Dutch stamp. Not until 1921, in an act traded euphony for a city charter, did New Barbados become Hackensack an Indian term meaning "Place of Sharp Ground." One of the major 20th century projects in the vicinity was the draining of the tidal marshes known as the Meadowlands, which covered 30 square miles South of Hackensack.


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