Hackensack is located in northeastern New Jersey about six miles west of Manhattan. The seat of Bergen County, it is a center of government, business, finance, and retail services. It is also home to many industries. Hackensack was settled by the Dutch in 1639. The name is derived from the Leni Lenape language and means \"confluence of waters\" (refering to the juncture of Overpeck Creek in the Hackensack River). Dutch influence is still felt in the area. In 1776, George Washington made Hackensack his headquarters after the retreat from New York City. The current area of the community was established in 1872, with incorporation as a city coming in 1921. The skyline consists mostly of apartment towers.

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The Devonshire25built1974
Prospect Towers18built(1)
The Bristol House18built1973
Oakwood Excelsior II21built
The Ivanhoe20built1973(1)
Baridge House17built1972
Eiffel Tower Co-op19built1973
The Sherbrooke18built1971
Oakwood Excelsior I18built
The Blair House15built1974
The Pierre17built1971
World Plaza South12built
World Plaza12built
Continental Plaza III12built
Patient Pavilion11built
Stratford House17built1970
Carlyle Apartments14built1972
Whitehall Co-op11built1960(1)
Executive House12built1963(1)
210 Main11built1927(1)
Widnall Towers12built1974
Continental Plaza II10built1968
Continental Plaza I10built1972
The Frontenac11built1955
Berkie Gardens10built1967