Since Hudson County was established in 1840, it has long ranked as one of the most densely populated and diverse areas of New Jersey. Famous for historic buildings, iconic landmarks and an expansive waterfront, the county and its people have seen significant change over the years—many of which we’ve witnessed firsthand. From developers making way for high-rises to millennials migrating back to cities with walkable downtowns, we’re taking a closer look at Hudson County then and now.
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