Sinatra’s Home in Hoboken

Sinatra’s Home in Hoboken

That’s right, Frank Sinatra was in fact from Hoboken, New Jersey! The famous and incredibly talented singer spent his early years on Monroe Street in Hoboken, in a small, eight family apartment building. Although the building no longer exists, a bronze plaque is embedded in the sidewalk commemorating Sinatra’s birthplace. If you stop by the Hoboken Historical Museum, you can pick up the Sinatra Walking Tour Map, which provides a more in depth understanding and guide of what it was like to walk in his shoes and how the city has changed since then.

 

 

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