The city of Hackensack is currently undergoing a Downtown Rehabilitation meant to add business and retail space, as well as housing and parks to the downtown area. The city is located right along Routes 4, 17 and 80, three major routes that make travel around the area simple and convenient. Hackensack is also home to two NJ Transit train stations that provide frequent service to New York City. Home to Farleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey's largest private institution of higher education, the city is a melting pot of diverse neighborhoods. Downtown high-rises, old stately manors, large apartment complexes, and suburban neighborhoods make up the bulk of said neighborhoods.

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Hackensack, located in Bergen County, New Jersey, has recently seen it's median sales price for homes increase by 58.3 percent, currently standing at approximately $315,000. Single-family homes are typically slightly under that median price, and condos and apartments tend to be about half of that price, while multi-family homes are often above the median. The average listing price for homes in Hackensack is around $284,600.

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