Harbor View Marketplace & Harbor Station
This vast waterfront landmark, an asset that sat dormant for 30 years and Bayonne’s last undeveloped waterfront property, is a game-changing development for the city. By transforming an under-utilized site into a true seaport village environment, this visionary project has initiated state funding for Bayonne’s highly anticipated ferry terminal and pedestrian connection to the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, and has helped activate the City of Bayonne as a multi-modal transportation hub able to support future corporate and residential development throughout the peninsula.
Soon to be the home of 651 rental residences interlaced with green space and Manhattan waterfront views, with retail shopping anchored by Costco among other big-name retailers, Harbor View Marketplace and Harbor Station South have spurred renewed local investment in connecting infrastructure and paved the way for Bayonne’s redevelopment renaissance.
- Mixed-use complex. Commercial component: 260,000 LSF retail; Residential component: 651 rental residences with extensive amenities and New York Harbor views.
- Anchor Tenants: Costco, LA Fitness, Lidl Supermarket, Starbucks, Posh Nails & Beauty Lounge
- Former Military Ocean Terminal at Bayonne (MOTBY), a man-made peninsula site with waterfront access, now located in an Urban Enterprise Zone. JMF designated by the city of Bayonne to be the developer of a 16-acre portion of the site.
- Located on Route 440 near I-78, with new pedestrian access to the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, and the high-speed ferry to downtown Manhattan. Across the street from the scenic 18-mile long Hudson River Waterfront Walkway path.
- Project triggered state funding to construct significant transportation infrastructure improvements, expanding mass transportation options for local residents. Highlights are new ferry service to Manhattan from the site, a waterfront esplanade, and a pedestrian bridge spanning Route 440, connecting tbe Hudson-Bergen Light Rail’s 34th Street station and the New York Waterway ferry terminal.
- Focus on improving long-term quality of life with the inclusion of two city parks with playgrounds, open fields and walking trails.