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.
The Bridge Arts Festival comes to Bayonne on Saturday, September 9th for a day of culture, music, dance, and arts at the Dennis P. Collins Park.
Lightbridge Academy's new Bayonne location is slated to open later this year.
A building with 40 apartments and rooftop amenities is in the works off of Broadway in Bayonne.
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.
Bayonne is definitely booming after SilkLofts fetches $32.1 million from NYC-based real estate investment firm.
Spacious one- and two-bedroom residences, many with private balconies or terraces, are available for rent and residents also enjoy a wealth of luxury amenities.
14 acres of the former Military Ocean Terminal at Bayonne, also known as MOTBY, are now in the hands of developers.
Located at 365-371 Kennedy Boulevard, the 100 X 92.50 feet lot is ripe for development.
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.