Hooked JC has teamed up with Chef Francis Samu, formerly of Sam A.M. and Oak on Pine, to bring fresh salads, the best burgers, and comfort food to Jersey City and Bayonne neighborhoods underserved by delivery.
Bayonne, Jersey City’s southern neighbor doesn’t get nearly the attention it deserves. From its diverse housing stock to its nearly 3.5 mile long Broadway retail corridor, the city offers a small town feel with the benefits of being a quick train ride from the big city. To illustrate this diversity, we rounded up three of Bayonne’s more unique properties.
The city’s planning board will soon hear an application that would construct a 151-unit mixed-use project along Broadway in Bayonne.
Here’s your chance to claim a prominent piece of Bayonne history - a stately former bank building at 736 Broadway has recently hit the market.
A deal for cross-river transit out of a new terminal in Bayonne could gain final approvals next month.
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.
After years of being pegged as Hudson County’s emerging market, a big quarter for appreciation and brisk sales shows momentum is gaining in the Peninsula City.
While Bayonne may regularly claim a $20 million structural deficit and has struggled with tax increases in recent years, city officials are making an...
A developer wants to construct a project with 70 residential units, a rooftop terrace, and more along Avenue E in Bayonne a few blocks away from the 8th Street stop on the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail.
A proposed development could bring nearly 50 apartments near the southernmost stop on the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail.