Proposed Mixed-Use Development Coming to 281-289 Broadway in Bayonne, New Jersey

281-289 Broadway. Rendering courtesy of Melamed Architect281-289 Broadway. Rendering courtesy of Melamed Architect

A ten-story mixed-use building has been proposed for Bayonne, New Jersey. Designed by Melamed Architect, the structure will comprise 100 residential units, approximately 2,420 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and 102 parking spaces within a stacked parking system. Bayonne Equities BII Urban Renewal, LLC is responsible for the 145-foot-tall development that will be built on four adjacent lots at 281-289 Broadway and 9-11 West 12th Street along a commercial corridor.

281-289 Broadway. Rendering courtesy of Melamed Architect

281-289 Broadway. Rendering courtesy of Melamed Architect

As reported by Jersey Digs, Bayonne Equities BII Urban Renewal, LLC is seeking preliminary and final major site plan approval with a bulk height variance.

Proposals for the development will go before the Bayonne planning board on November 9.

281-289 Broadway. Rendering courtesy of Melamed Architect

281-289 Broadway. Rendering courtesy of Melamed Architect

The amenity package includes an outdoor terrace, 1,557-square-foot fitness center with a pool, a spa, a business center, a playroom for children, a lounge, and a kitchenette.

The site is a short walk from the 8th Street stop on the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail. The site currently holds a parking lot and two low-rise buildings with six residential units. No construction timeline or completion date have been announced.

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2 Comments on "Proposed Mixed-Use Development Coming to 281-289 Broadway in Bayonne, New Jersey"

  1. There is too much luxury construction going on all over Bayonne. There should be more affordable buildings going up. A studio starting between $1500-1700 is a crazy price for a small

  2. This is absolutely astounding that the Council is proposing another high rise , luxury, high rent building in a neighborhood made up of one & 2 level homes & businesses. Do they realize there is a recession with extremely high unemployment ? People are desperate for jobs.
    NYCity has over a 10% rate of empty apartments as does San Francisco. We’re in the middle of a pandemic with scientists telling us it will get worse with the Flu season upon us. This administration has destroyed the culture of Bayonne. It’s not the same , safe place for families to raise their children. This is worse than a financial Depression; it is a time of anxiety, apprehension & fear of the future. This constant building of high rise , high rental buildings must stop right now. It’s not the right time for it nor the right place. Stop it before it’s too late.

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