PARKING FOR EVENTS
WALKING TOUR OF STEVENS
RATES AND DIRECTIONS
FROM THE NJ TURNPIKE EXIT 14C
Unless otherwise announced, parking on campus is generally not available for events.
At the first traffic light after the tollbooth, turn left on Jersey Avenue. Follow the road as it curves under the train trestle. The road becomes Newark Avenue, and then Observer Highway. When you reach the light at Washington Street, turn left. Proceed up Washington and turn right onto Ninth Street. Go two blocks, and enter the gate to the Stevens campus. Follow “once on campus” instructions below.
1. Edwin A. Stevens Building (EAS Building) – Constructed in 1870 as the main building for the campus, this federally registered landmark was designed by Richard Upjohn, whose work includes the Trinity Church in Manhattan. In celebration of Stevens' 125th anniversary, a 40-foot spire was placed atop the building and dedicated to Dr. Leo C. Cunniff '50.
If you decide to park on the street in Hoboken, pay very close attention to the signs. Parking in resident spaces, or on streets scheduled for cleaning, or parking for over the four-hour visitor limit will result in your car being booted or towed. The city of Hoboken has municipal parking garages that charge hourly rates. Each of these parking options is approximately a 10-minute walk from the Stevens campus. MUNICIPAL GARAGES
B (at Second Street, between River and Hudson) D (at 215 Hudson Street, between Second Street and Third Street)
Rates and information can be found at www.hobokennj.org/ departments/transportation-parking/municipal-parking-garages/. From each garage, go to Hudson Street and turn right. At Fourth Street, you will come to a park. Cut diagonally through the park, and you will come out in front of the Edwin A. Stevens building on Fifth Street.Walk up to Sixth Street and turn right. Proceed through the gates and walk up the hill to theWesley J. Howe Center.
FROM ROUTES 3 & 495 EAST
Follow signs to Hoboken (the sign will read “Last Exit Before Tunnel, Hoboken/Weehawken”). Turn right at the second traffic light onto Park Avenue. Follow the road over viaduct and turn left onto 14th Street. Turn right onto Washington Street. Turn left onto Ninth Street, proceed two blocks, and enter the gate to the Stevens campus. Follow “once on campus” instructions below. FROM THE LINCOLN TUNNEL
Upon exiting the tunnel, follow the signs to Hoboken. From the North tube of the tunnel, bear to the extreme right and go through the underpass marked Hoboken. From the South tube, bear to exit ramp on left. This places you Southbound on Willow Avenue. Continue over the land bridge into Hoboken and make a left at 14th Street, then turn right onto Washington Street. Make a left on Ninth Street and enter the gate to the Stevens campus. Follow “once on campus” instructions below. ONCE ON CAMPUS
After entering campus, proceed through the gates to the traffic circle in front of the Wesley J. Howe Center (13- story building). Temporary parking is permitted on the circle while obtaining a parking permit at the lobby desk.
TAKING PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SUBWAY - PATH RAPID-TRANSIT SYSTEM
http://www.panynj.gov/path FERRY - NY WATERWAY
http://www.nywaterway.com TRAIN, LIGHT RAIL, OR BUS - NJ TRANSIT
http://www.njtransit.com Once in the Hoboken South Terminal, take a local Washington Street bus, taxi, or take the 10-minute walk uptown to Sixth Street and turn right (east) to enter the Stevens campus. The Wesley J. Howe Center is the 13- story building at the top of the hill on Castle Point.
6. Babbio Center – Opened in 2006, the Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr. Center for Technology Management, a six-story, 95,000 square foot structure, is the home of the Wesley J. Howe School of Technology Management and the School of Systems and Enterprises at Stevens Institute of Technology. 13. The Gatehouse – The grand entrance for the Stevens Castle, built circa 1835. It is the only part of the original Stevens estate that is still standing. 17. Stevens Mobile – Located in the lobby of the Samuel C. Williams Library, the mobile was created by Stevens alumnus and world renowned artist, Alexander Calder '19. The Torch Bearers – Presented to the university in April 1964, it was a gift to Stevens by the noted American sculptor, Anna Hyatt Huntington. Cast in aluminum, the statue stands 16 feet high. Castle Point Lookout – Castle Point is the highest elevation in Hoboken at 100 feet. The green-veined, serpentine rock overlook was mentioned in the navigator’s log of Henry Hudson's ship Half Moon as it journeyed up the river in 1609 . Cannon – A pavilion was erected in Elysian Fields by Col. John Stevens in 1830 and later was turned into a hotel which faced the Hudson River. In 1888 when the hotel was torn down by the Stevens family, a cannon was excavated whose legend dated back to the Revolutionary War. It was believed to have been brought over from France during the Revolution. It was placed on Castle Point where the Stevens Family resided, and is still there as a protector of the Point. ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼
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BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES:
1. Edwin A. Stevens Hall and DeBaun Auditorium 2. Carnegie Laboratory 3. Lieb Building 4. Burchard Building 5. McLean Hall 6. Babbio Center 7-8-9. Morton-Peirce-Kidde Complex 10. Rocco Technology Center 11. Nicoll Environmental Laboratory
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12. Davidson Laboratory 13. Gatehouse (Campus Police) 14. Griffith Building 15. Walker Gymnasium 16. Schaefer Athletic and Recreation Center 17. Samuel C. Williams Library and Computer Center 18. Jacobus Student Center 19. Wesley J. Howe Center and Visitors Information Desk
27. Hoxie House 28. Alexander House 29. Ruesterholz Admissions Center 46. Kenneth J. Altorfer Academic Complex 47. 607-614 Hudson St. 50. 2 Ninth St. 51. Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education 52. Pond House
30. Chi Phi - 801 Hudson St. 31. Chi Psi - 804 Castle Point Terrace 32. Sigma Nu - 806 Castle Point Terrace 33. Beta Theta Pi - 812 Castle Point Terrace 34. Theta Xi - 805 Castle Point Terrace 35. Delta Tau Delta - 809 Castle Point Terrace 36. Alpha Sigma Phi - 903 Castle Point Terrace
37. Phi Sigma Kappa - 837 Hudson St. 38. Sigma Phi Epsilon - 528-530 Hudson St. 39. Lambda Upsilon Lambda - 831 Castle Point Terrace
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40. Theta Phi Alpha - 808 Castle Point Terrace 41. Phi Sigma Sigma - 835 Castle Point Terrace 49. Delta Phi Epsilon - 800 Castle Point Terrace
RESIDENCE HALLS: 20. Davis Hall 21. Hayden Hall 22. Palmer Hall 23. Humphreys Hall 24. Jonas Hall 25. Lore-El Center 26. Castle Point Hall
RIVER TERRACE SUITES:
42. 600 River Terrace 43. 602 River Terrace 44. Gibb House - 604 River Terrace 45. 606 River Terrace