With The L Train’s Pending Shutdown, Will Brooklyn Hipsters Trade Bushwick For 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.
More Ferries Could Connect New Jersey and New York
In addition to Seastreak service from Bayonne, there could be ferry service to Manhattan from South Amboy and Carteret.
Jersey City, Bayonne, Kearny May Get Ferries Around Hackensack and Passaic Rivers
The request for proposals (RFP) for the “Hudson County Ferry Service Expansion Assessment” was made public at the end of last week.
Seven-Story Residential Development Proposed Near Newark Bay Bridge in Bayonne
A complex with more than 40 residential units is envisioned for two properties along John F. Kennedy Boulevard in Bayonne.
Approved Bayonne Development Sells for $9.9 Million
An approved multifamily development in Bayonne, New Jersey, recently sold for $9.9 million.
Bayonne’s SilkLofts Celebrates Its History
The hulking, four-building industrial complex at 154 Avenue E was converted into the SilkLofts rental complex in 2014. But before that, the building facilitated the manufacturing of everything from the modern bra to military parachutes and carrier pigeon vests. Last night, a homecoming of sorts was held to commemorate the building's history.
New Developer and Details Emerge for 7th Street Project Near Bayonne Bridge
MonGroup Properties will be constructing a new sustainably-designed residential building at the intersection of 7th Street and Kennedy Boulevard.
477 Broadway Tops Out in Bayonne
The new residential building will feature Manhattan views and an array of resident amenities.
Bayonne Plans to Replace East 25th Street Pedestrian Bridge Over 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.
PHOTOS: Construction Wrapping Up on ‘Skye Lofts North’ in Bayonne
The new six-story Bayonne development is situated across the street from the steps to the 22nd Street light rail stop.