Although some New Jersey municipalities are continuing to conduct public meetings virtually, a number of others are once again holding meetings inside municipal buildings. For instance, a public hearing is expected to be held on Tuesday, July 13, at City Hall in Bayonne regarding an application calling for a seven-story building at two properties near the Newark Bay Bridge.
The Bayonne Planning Board is scheduled to meet at 6:00 p.m. to discuss this plan, which was submitted by Hackensack-based Adam A Enterprise, LLC and involves 1207 and 1209-1211 John F. Kennedy Boulevard near West 54th Street.
The company is looking to build a seven-story development with 42 residential units, a rooftop deck, and room for 44 cars, according to a statement released by the City of Bayonne. One-bedroom and two-bedroom units would be included in the complex.
Adam A Enterprise, LLC’s application shows that the company is seeking preliminary, final, major site plan, and minor subdivision approval. Orestes Valella is listed as the project architect.
Unlike most other developments that have been proposed recently in Bayonne, this site is not within close walking distance of a Hudson-Bergen Light Rail station. However, the surrounding neighborhood near Richard A. Rutkowski Park has seen a handful of projects recently, the largest of which is the Woodmont Bay Club.
Note to readers: The dates that applications are scheduled to be heard by the Bayonne Planning Board and other commissions are subject to change.