Bayonne, New Jersey
- 11th largest city in New Jersey.
Minutes from Manhattan on the Hudson River's New York Harbor.
Located at the southernmost tip of the New Jersey Hudson River Gold
facing New York City across New York Harbor.
by water on three sides - A peninsula city - on
the west Newark Bay, on the South the
Kill Van Kull, and on the east New York Harbor.
Accessible from the south from Staten Island via the Bayonne Bridge, from the west via the
New Jersey Turnpike Exit 14a, and from the north from Jersey City
or Hoboken via the New Jersey Turnpike, Route 440, or Kennedy Boulevard.
undergoing a real estate re-development boom anchored
by new or planned residential (condo and townhouse) and commercial real
estate developments on the Newark Bay and New York Harbor sides of the city.
Bayonne has received renewed interest from home buyers since the extension of the
Hudson-Bergen Light Rail
which now has four stations in Bayonne provides easy access to
Downtown Jersey City and Manhattan
Bayonne's real estate housing inventory is
predominately older one family and multi-family houses with some newer condo and townhouse
Bayonne is known for its safe, quiet, family atmosphere as compared to the more dense urban towns to the north like Jersey City, Hoboken, Weehawken, West New York, Union City, Guttenberg, Cliffside Park, Edgewater, and Fort Lee.
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condo and townhouse developments in Bayonne:
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