Seven-Story Residential Development Proposed Near Newark Bay Bridge in Bayonne

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Proposed development: 1207-1211 John F. Kennedy Boulevard in Bayonne near the Newark Bay Bridge. Rendering courtesy Orestes Valella.

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.

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Site of proposed development at 1207-1211 JFK Boulevard in Bayonne, currently. Photo via Google Maps/Street View.

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.

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The planned roof deck. Rendering courtesy Orestes Valella.

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.


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