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January 21, 2023

BAYONNE, NJ - A development absorption study appears to have told city officials largely what they wanted to hear: they should continue pursuing new development in the city, after a brief pause. Concerned about the possible negative impact on the community of new development and redevelopment, the ...

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BAYONNE, NJ - Rents are on the rise in Bayonne, according to real estate website Renthop. Based on 46 current listings for rental units, Renthop reports that Bayonne rentals average from $2,000 for a studio rental to $3,300 for a four-bedroom rental. The median price of all currently available ...

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BAYONNE, NJ - Accurate is expanding its Citizen brand of residential lifestyle communities with the launch of leasing at Citizen Bayonne, a new collection of 252 studio, one- and two-bedroom rental residences on Bayonne’s fast-growing waterfront peninsula. The new community is located at 155 ...

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BAYONNE, NJ - Tails are wagging at Bay 151. The luxury rental community on the Bayonne waterfront just boosted its canine cred by officially becoming a “Bark Building,” the first of its kind in Bayonne and anywhere in New Jersey outside of Jersey City. It will now provide a wide variety of dog ...

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NEW JERSEY - While the rest of the state economy slowly returns to pre-pandemic levels, the New Jersey real estate market reportedly experienced “a year we’ve not seen before” with no immediate signs of slowing. Two state real estate experts with national credentials participated in a TAPinto ...

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TRENTON, NJ  - With the deadline extended to December 31, senior citizens still have time to apply for the Senior Freeze Program, a property tax reimbursement program for eligible seniors and disabled residents. For additional information, visit the New Jersey Division of Taxation's webpage.

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Just days left for small landlords to apply to receive COVID-relief funding for up to 4 months of missed or reduced rent between April and July 2020. TRENTON, NJ – There is still time for vulnerable tenants and landlords to benefit from the New Jersey Housing Mortgage and Finance Agency’s ...

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TRENTON, NJ – Small landlords across New Jersey have until 1:00 p.m. Wednesday to apply for funding through the Small Landlord Emergency Grant (SLEG) Program. Developed by The New Jersey Housing Mortgage and Finance Agency (NJHMFA), the program was launched to reimburse small landlords for missed ...

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NEWARK, NJ – The Bayonne Housing Authority (BHA) will receive $56,167 in federal funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as part of a total of more than $18 million secured by Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker, the pair announced Monday. The funding comes in ...

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HUDSON COUNTY, NJ - While a moratorium on evictions remains in place, Hudson County officials are taking another step to protect and support tenants adversely impacted economically by the COVID-19 global health crisis. According to Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise officials are creating a ...

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NEW JERSEY — Governor Phil Murphy announced a $25 million grant program aimed at providing COVID-19 relief to New Jersey landlords who have had to reckon with a moratorium on evictions since April. According to state officials, one of three renters in the Garden State lives in 3 to 10 unit ...

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BAYONNE, NJ - Bayonne’s newest modern luxury living opportunity was on full display July 21 as local elected officials, business leaders, realtors, and more joined developer Dimitris Vattes for a ceremonial, and socially distanced, ribbon cutting. Located at 477 Broadway, the completion of the ...

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TRENTON, NJ -- The COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program offered through the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) will provide temporary rental assistance to low- and moderate-income households that have had a substantial reduction in income or became unemployed due the COVID-19 ...

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HOBOKEN - It’s 2020—it’s completely normal to buy things like shoes, clothes or home furnishings online. While 2020 has been anything but normal, particularly for the real estate market, buying a home sight-unseen is still an extreme rarity. COVID-19 restrictions closed down the common practice ...

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BAYONNE, NJ - When Renee Condon held the oversized scissors to officially cut the ribbon on KW City Life's new office in October 2019 she said that their goal wasn't just to sell homes across Bayonne. She and her associates, she said, wanted to "be a part of it, to be a part of the fabric of the ...

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TRENTON, NJ - Even as he celebrated again that the “curve is still flat” in efforts to beat back COVID-19, Governor Phil Murphy announced the signing of a new Executive Order that allows tenants in residential properties to use their security deposit to help cover rent. Previous to the Order, ...

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BAYONNE, NJ – After the Bayonne City Council last week designated JMF Properties of Morris County as the developer of a 16-acre portion of the Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor, the former Military Ocean Terminal, the city and company have reacted to the move. “JMF Properties is proud to enter into ...

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BAYONNE, NJ – A meeting to complete the hearing about a controversial Muslim Community Center for the city’s east side has been put off for the third time. A special Zoning Board of Adjustment meeting was scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, June 28, at 6 p.m. But word came today that the meeting ...

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BAYONNE, NJ – Saying he believes that the city can come back from its current economic difficulties, Bayonne Mayor James Davis stressed during his State of the City address that attracting developers and bringing in new tax ratables is the answer for Bayonne. Davis talked about the empty lots in ...

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BAYONNE, NJ – Another development, another controversy. The Bayonne Planning Board approved a six-story, 18-unit residential project at Avenue F and East 24th Street over the objections of about two dozen neighborhood residents who attended a May 10 meeting. The application was made by MYK ...

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BAYONNE, NJ – With only weeks to go before Bayonne’s $135.5 million 2016 budget needs to be finalized, city officials are scrambling for revenues to fill a $15 million gap created when a development deal for a section of the Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor fell through. When the city could not reach ...

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BAYONNE, NJ – The city of Bayonne received a blow to its development efforts when it could not finalize an agreement with the company scheduled to build at the Harbor Station South section of the Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor. Last fall, the city had announced with great fanfare that Kate Howard ...

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BAYONNE, NJ – A developer’s plan to build five two-family houses at the former site of one of Bayonne’s most historic houses was shelved until June as Bayonne Planning Board commissioners voted unanimously that he come back with an alternate plan. The Board voted 8-0 on Tuesday, April 12 to ...

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BAYONNE, NJ – Bayonne must do its first citywide tax revaluation in more than 25 years following a decision handed down by the Hudson County Tax Board on Thursday, April 7, a city official said. The edict followed a hearing that day attended by City Law Director Jay Coffey, City Tax Assessor ...

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