Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed this week. This week, Jersey City is a 'Boomtown', Matsikoudis lays groundwork for JC Mayoral bid, Hoboken's hill people, more
The long planned development of Bayonne's former Military Ocean Terminal moved one step closer this week when the city council chose Whippany, NJ based JMF Properties as the developer of a 16-acre portion of the planned Harbor Station South project.
Jersey News: Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed this week. Popular this week, A Hasidic Jewish development in Bayonne, Hoboken's Newark Street plaza opens, Mana Contemporary model heads to Miami, and more
In May, Bayonne’s planning board approved a new development project at 172 Avenue F. Now the developer behind it has listed the fully approved project is for sale. The turnkey development site comes with plans for a six-story, 18-unit residential building at the corner of Avenue F and East 24th Street.
With a price tag of over $1.3 Billion, The Navigational Clearance Project is one of the largest public works projects in the NYC metro area. Known locally as the Bayonne Bridge raising, the project hasn’t garnered the attention that it deserves.
Jersey City isn’t the only area experiencing a building boom. Bayonne is getting their fair share now too. Just last week the Bayonne City Council approved plans for a 10-story building at the corner of Broadway and 46th Street.
While Bayonne may regularly claim a $20 million structural deficit and has struggled with tax increases in recent years, city officials are making an effort to encourage significant redevelopment, some on sites that have been dormant for decades. The city, a narrow peninsula sometimes criticized as an afterthought of Hudson County’s real estate boom, is now home to Park Bayonne,...
As reported by the Hudson County View, Bayonne resident Baer Hanusz-Rajkowsi is concerned about the increasing trend of demolishing historical properties in the city. So much so that he personally gathered 700 signatures to petition the city to halt the demolition of the Emmett Smith house at 124 5th Street at John F. Kennedy Boulevard. The 19th century home built...