Seven-Story Building with Pool and Rooftop Terrace Proposed for Bayonne

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90 102 Avenue E Bayonne
Site of proposed development: Bayonne Stainless Products and 90-102 Avenue E. Photo via Google Maps/Street View.

The results of a meeting this week could determine whether or not a proposal to construct a seven-story building along Avenue E in Bayonne will be allowed to advance.

The project in question, a planned 70-unit residential development, is the subject of an application for Preliminary and Final Major Site Plan approval and a variance related to fencing by developer EOM 90 Ave E Urban Renewal, LLC. On Tuesday, February 11, at 6:00 p.m., the Bayonne Planning Board is scheduled to discuss the matter, which involves the Bayonne Stainless Products property and a multi-family house 90-100 and 100.5-102 Avenue E near East 14th and East 15th Streets. EOM 90 Ave E Urban Renewal became the designated redeveloper of the two tracts back in 2018.

If approved, the building would rise nearly 85 feet over Avenue E and include 70 parking spaces on the premises, bicycle storage, a rooftop terrace, a fitness center, a pool, saunas, and a lobby, according to a legal notice, which mentioned that a “landscaped outdoor recreation center” is also envisioned.

The “EOM” name has become a somewhat common sight when it comes to municipal documents involving Bayonne development. Last year, EOM 554 Broadway Urban Renewal, LLC proposed a seven-story building on Broadway while EOM 462 Broadway LLC previously applied for approvals in connection with a 12-unit development plan near Library Court.

Both 90-100 and 100.5-102 Avenue E were sold in 2019 for over $2 million combined to a company called HLKT 1846 Main Corp. The firm is registered out of an address on Sedgwick Avenue in the Bronx that is associated with several other “EOM” companies and a business run by Noah Friedman called EOM Realty.

Note to readers: The dates that applications are scheduled to be heard by the Bayonne Planning Board and other commissions are subject to change.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. hope it doesn’t happen. last thing the quiet neighborhood needs is an unnecessary high rise that will have difficulty being filled (like most of Bayonne’s new developments)

  2. I don’t know but let’s see what happens and what all these developments will lead to. Let’s see Bayonne mayor’s future vision will come to more affluent future for this city or it will lead to real collapse…..

    I mean, as a resident over here, development is necessary but honestly there are too many things going on now
    What mayor needs to do now is to improve public school system then definite Bayonne will be great in the future

  3. 70 parking spaces for 70 units on avenue E, are you freaking crazy.? In a hard to park area you’re telling me only 1 parking space per unit, with no extra parking places! Be real or be gone!

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