Bayonne is finally drawing mainstream attention with a residential construction boom well underway and a major redevelopment along the harborfront that could bring ferry service for commuters to Manhattan.
After the city’s zoning board denied an application for a mosque, the group behind the plans filed suit over the rejection, and clues from a similar recent case provide some insight as to what might happen next.
Staten Island has secured $4 million in the MTA’s budget to find out if a light rail connecting the NYC borough to New Jersey is feasible.
A new residential building devoted entirely to lower income residents and developmentally disabled individuals will be completed by next year.
Changes could be coming to the Dennis P. Collins Park along the Kill Van Kull.
A major redevelopment of South Cove Commons that includes a brand-new hotel was approved by a unanimous City Council vote.
The tavern, which opened for drinks in March, will soon serve breakfast, lunch and dinner to residents of the Peninsula City.
One of the region's most popular gas station/convenience store chains has preliminary plans to open in Jersey City, near the Bayonne border.
Hudson county’s southernmost city is joining the development party, and a recent groundbreaking is the latest sign that transit-oriented growth is finally coming to fruition in Bayonne.
Bayonne is drawing New York and New Jersey young creatives in a manner reminiscent to that of Brooklyn’s Bushwick in the early 2000s.