Jersey City “the golden door to America”
Jersey City is divided into the following neighborhoods: Newport, Bergen-Lafayette, Downtown, Greenville, Hackensack Riverfront, Journal Square, Liberty Park, Lincoln Park, McGinley Square, The Heights, and West Side.
Jersey City is in northeastern New Jersey. Its eastern waterfront faces the Hudson River where it meets Upper New York Bay. Liberty State Park has panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, the former immigrant gateway. The park’s Liberty Science Center features interactive exhibits, live animals and an IMAX Dome theater. Bars and ethnic eateries line downtown’s Grove Street.
Journal Square is a business district, residential area, and transportation hub in Jersey City, New Jersey, which takes its name from the newspaper Jersey Journal whose headquarters were located there from 1911 to 2013. The “square” itself is at the intersection of Kennedy Boulevard and Bergen Avenue