It’s Not Just Single-Family Demand Surging, COVID-Flight Drove Record Interest to These N.J. Communities
Most headlines about the COVID migration have focused on city-dwellers ditching apartments for single-family homes. However, there’s also been a surge in activity at lower-density, commuter-friendly communities.
A court ruling allows Hudson Regional Hospital to acquire the property that hosts the medical center and the company is also hoping to strike a deal to purchase the operation rights at the building.
100 West 39th Street is four stories and features a private backyard, single-car garage, and a sweet front porch near the park and public transportation.
A developer wants to construct a project with 70 residential units, a rooftop terrace, and more along Avenue E in Bayonne a few blocks away from the 8th Street stop on the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail.
The City of Bayonne wants to remove the East 25th Street pedestrian bridge over the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail in order to construct a new bridge.
A developer wants to build a five-story development along Prospect Avenue in Bayonne near the East 25th Street pedestrian bridge.
Spacious one- and two-bedroom residences, many with private balconies or terraces, are available for rent and residents also enjoy a wealth of luxury amenities.
A company called Bayonne Luxury Waterwalk acquired a tract on West 5th Street. Development could be in store for the property.
Improvements to Bayonne’s aging water supply infrastructure could be forthcoming.
Two developments could bring more than 550 apartments to a block of Mechanic Street in Bayonne.