Another new project is planned in Bayonne as development in the city continues to pick up. A report published by The Jersey Journal states that an 180-unit building is planned for 162-170 Avenue F, between 23rd and 24th Street, in the city's 2nd Ward.
On September 24th, Cheryl and Christopher Mack unveiled the grand opening of Bayonne based The Bridge Art Gallery, showcasing local work from Bayonne and Montclair artists.
Homes at Park Bayonne are in high demand and just a few apartments remain available at the development, which is proving to be a great success story for the Peninsula City. Those looking for larger units will be impressed with the value they get at Park Bayonne.
Progress is being made for Bayonne’s latest health center - a three-story, 80,000 square-foot medical facility in the heart of Bayonne. Officials are optimistic that the project will bring “quality healthcare, jobs, and economic revitalization” to the city.
Transportation between Manhattan, New Jersey, and Staten Island are one of the highest frustrations for commuters and residents alike. However, the Staten Island Economic Development Corporation’s latest project development may have the solution.
The former site of Resnick’s hardware store at the corner of 46th Street and Broadway in Bayonne will soon be home to a new 10-story mixed-use project.
A new rental project is in the works for a parcel just steps from the 22nd Street Light Rail station in Bayonne. Madison Hill Properties, a Passaic-based developer, is behind the 70-unit building slated for 222 Ave. E. If all goes as planned, they hope to complete the project by 2018.
A quality product for a good price. It seems so simple, but in Hudson County’s competitive real estate environment, a great apartment without an eye-popping price tag can be hard to find. Park Bayonne hopes to fill a void in the market with high-quality units at an affordable price.