The city where tough guys Frank Sinatra and G. Gordon Liddy grew up has voted to replace the gritty docks featured in the movie "On the Waterfront" with condominiums and offices.

By a nearly 2-1 ratio Tuesday, voters in the one square-mile city rejected a referendum that would have converted the 31-acre Hudson River waterfront tract into a park with a tremendous view of the Manhattan skyline."The vote shows the concern of the city about being rational in the proportion of parklands," said Councilman Steve Cappiello, one of the leaders against the referendum. "I think the area is located so that it would not have too much impact on the city of Hoboken."