A nine-building portfolio spread across northern New Jersey was recently sold to multiple buyers.
The UPS facility is part of Lincoln Equities Group’s revitalization of the 153-acre former Military Ocean Terminal site in Bayonne.
The home boasts seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, private outdoor space, and a two-car garage.
With updated finishes and a backyard with a deck and pool, this two-family home in Bayonne includes a total of six bedrooms and three baths.
The German chain of supermarkets, which recently announced that it would be opening in Weehawken, is planning a second Hudson County store in Bayonne.
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.
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.
Two developers are seeking approvals to construct two new buildings on Avenue E near the 22nd Street light rail stop. This proposal is scheduled to go before the board today, April 10.
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.
The new residential building will feature Manhattan views and an array of resident amenities.