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.
A significant step forward was announced yesterday for the redevelopment of Military Ocean Terminal where developers broke ground on a new retail center.
The Burnett Electric property in Bayonne is expected to be replaced with a new six-story apartment building that will include a fitness center and lounge on the rooftop.
Bayonne is drawing New York and New Jersey young creatives in a manner reminiscent to that of Brooklyn’s Bushwick in the early 2000s.
In addition to Seastreak service from Bayonne, there could be ferry service to Manhattan from South Amboy and Carteret.
The request for proposals (RFP) for the “Hudson County Ferry Service Expansion Assessment” was made public at the end of last week.
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.
After first being proposed several years ago, plans appear to be advancing for a new residential development at the site of the Hi-Hat Caterers.
The new residential building will feature Manhattan views and an array of resident amenities.
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.