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.
Construction is now underway on the second phase of Bay 151, a multi-building residential complex in Bayonne, New Jersey. Located at 151 Centre Street, the three-phase development will introduce over 600 rentals, 15,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity space, and 10,000 square feet of retail space.
Developer Kushner Real Estate Group has successfully secured $45 million in construction financing for a new residential community in Bayonne, New Jersey. The project, which broke ground in 2018, is known as Harbor Station North and will comprise three distinct buildings. Components within include 200 rental apartments, 10,000 square feet of retail, and associated parking.
Last month, the City of Bayonne’s Planning Board approved plans for a five-story, 65-unit residential project at 676-688 Avenue E, located near East 43rd Street in Bayonne, N.J. The new building will rise 69 feet and contain a mix of one-, two-, and loft-style apartments, Jersey Digs reported. Amenities will include a fitness center, a roof deck, a lounge and a 71-car parking garage. The development site is currently occupied by two single-story commercial buildings. A construction timeline has not been revealed, although the developer, Art Kheyman, stated construction would begin “soon after” final approvals were granted.
An anonymous Bayonne, N.J.-based LLC has proposed a five-story, 33-unit residential building at 662 Avenue C, located on the corner of West 30th Street in central Bayonne, Hudson County, just south of Jersey City. The project was approved by the city’s Planning Board back in October, Jersey Digs reported, although significant infrastructure work is required. The 10,000-square-foot property, acquired for $150,000 in 2013, is vacant. A construction timeline has not been released.