Views of the Kill van Kull Waterway from the front door of this incredible location in Bayonne, New Jersey! Excellent opportunity awaits your new or existing business in a primarily residential, quickly-developing area. Capture the attention of visitors walking waterside trails in the park across the street, or the many residents that live nearby.
Bayonne Hudson County
Area 5.6 sq. miles 47 sq. miles
Population 63,024 634,266
Density 10,992 per sq. mile 12,807 per sq. mile
# Households 26,826 230,546
In 2006 approximately 83% of Bayonne’s properties were residential in nature; somewhat of a shortage of commercial options have been available for this population, with only 10% of properties offering goods or services. Consequently, new businesses are sure to be the talk of the town, so let the buzz surround yours!
Bayonne is accessible via many major New Jersey routes and transportation services. Most convenient is Route 440, accessed less than a mile away from this property and crossing the Kill van Kull as the Bayonne Bridge. The bridge connects Staten Island and is the fourth longest steel arch bridge in the world, and in 2003 averaged 20,000 vehicles daily. At sunset, red, white, and blue lights shine from the bridge to offer a spectacular view for you and your patrons.
The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail has stops throughout Bayonne, specifically at 45th, 34th, 22nd, and 8th Streets. This system provides access to and from cities north including Jersey City, Hoboken, Union City, North Bergen, and Weehawken. Newark, downtown Manhattan, and Harrison can be easily accessed as well, with commuters transferring at Exchange Place less than 10 miles north.
Two miles north of this location is the area’s largest employer, Bayonne Medical Center, which has approximately 1,200 employees. Also close by is the Cape Liberty Cruise Port, which is the seasonal homeport of Royal Caribbean’s “Voyage of the Seas”. Some years have seen more than 300,000 passengers traveling through the port.
Pedestrians are encouraged to walk this street in particular, with Mayor Dennis P. Collins Park directly across, where trails, ball fields, and views of the Bayonne Bridge and Staten Island are prevalent.
- Highly visible four-story mixed-use brick building
- Waterfront on Krum van Kill
- Pedestrian friendly, ample street parking
- Three units, ranging from 370 to 520 square feet
- Restrooms and sprinklers in each
- Security system
- Located in densely-populated residential area
Bayonne has been growing and expanding its residential, commercial, and retail competence with the recent development of many new projects, including:
- Bayonne Crossing, a shopping area spanning 30 acres on Rt. 440, has just opened in December 2010 and offers commercial giants Lowe’s, Wal-Mart, Michael’s, and many others. Restaurants such as Five Guys and Longhorn Steakhouse have recently opened their doors as well. Many more retail and food establishments are to come.
- Bayonne waterfront and its surrounding areas have recently been transformed into The Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor, a fresh vision for six distinct districts including new housing units, recreation options, office space, and employment opportunities. Much progress has been made already, much more to be anticipated, and an estimated 1500 new employment opportunities expected.
This is a very exciting time for Bayonne, especially for the waterfront district, with its intensive development and redevelopment currently in progress. This area promises success, so reserve your space today!