Here’s your chance to claim a prominent piece of Bayonne history - a stately former bank building at 736 Broadway has recently hit the market.
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The city’s planning board signed off on a residential housing project that will see a historic but vacant church torn down.
A significant step forward was announced yesterday for the redevelopment of Military Ocean Terminal where developers broke ground on a new retail center.
Two developers are seeking approvals to construct two new buildings on Avenue E near the 22nd Street light rail stop. This proposal is scheduled to go before the board today, April 10.
Two 22-story high-rises with apartments, a gourmet market, and more will be built just steps from the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail at 26 North Street.
Bayonne is definitely booming after SilkLofts fetches $32.1 million from NYC-based real estate investment firm.
With updated finishes and a backyard with a deck and pool, this two-family home in Bayonne includes a total of six bedrooms and three baths.
A path for pedestrians and bicyclists stretching from the Delaware to the Hudson? The cities of Bayonne and Jersey City are working together to make it happen.
There will be 220 units, ranging from studios to three-bedrooms, just across from Rutkowski Park. Woodmont Properties and Baker Residential are the developers, with Victor Mirontschuk of EDI International as architect. Completion is expected in a year and half.