Bayonne, NJ: Big City Feel with a Small-Town Vibe August 20, 2020
Welcome to Bayonne
Vibrant neighborhoods, plentiful eateries, boutiques, scenic parks, and an abundance of entertainment options are only a few of the reasons why so many choose to call Bayonne, New Jersey home.
Often referred to as “Peninsula City”, Bayonne is ideally situated on a 3-mile peninsula south of Jersey City and across from the northern part of Staten Island in Hudson County, NJ. The modest town of approximately 65,000 residents offers the best of both worlds with convenient access to New York City as well as a peaceful community separated from the hustle and bustle of big city life.
Many families and young professionals choose to live in Bayonne because of its proximity to New York City without the high cost of city living. Residents can get to NYC from Bayonne by one of the many public transportation options, including the NJ Transit bus, the Hudson Bergen Light Rail, the PATH train, or by ferry. Taxis and ride-sharing services are also available or you can use your own vehicle for a quick trip over the bridge.
Abundant Green Space
The city is home to more than 25 parks with countless activities and amenities for residents to enjoy including fishing, exercise areas, sports fields, dog parks, playgrounds, and trails. Dennis P. Collins Park offers a state-of-the-art skate park with a concrete skate course full of multiple rails, ramps, ledges, and walls. If you’re looking for pet-friendly affordable luxury apartments in Bayonne, you’ll be pleased to learn that several dog parks are located throughout the neighborhood, so you can spend time outside with your pup. Since Bayonne is surrounded by water on three sides, you can take advantage of waterfront views while outdoors.
A Reputable School District
When moving your family to a new city, one of the most important considerations is the strength of the academic institutions. Bayonne’s school district is a reputable public school system that ranks above average, according to Niche.com. The city has 13 public schools, 11 of which are elementary schools that serve students through eighth grade, one middle school, and one high school.
The Vibrant Downtown
Perhaps what makes this city so desirable is its downtown area. Located on Broadway, the three-and-a-half-mile commercial strip is lined with restaurants and cafes, museums, boutiques and shops, and more. The food scene is reason enough to live here. The diverse restaurants along the strip satisfy every type of food craving. For those looking for a meatless munching, there are plenty of vegan and vegetarian restaurants. And since New Jerseyans love diners, the Broadway Diner, which boasts to have the world’s best pancakes, is, of course, a must-go.
For those looking to spend the day shopping, the Broadway Shopping District in the Bayonne Town Center has an impressive selection of clothing and shoe stores, antique shops, book stores, florists, and more.
If you enjoy art, the Bayonne Community Museum is not just a shining example of Beaux-Arts architecture, it's also a great venue to host art shows and exhibits. Throughout the year, artists display their work, including paintings, oils, sculptures, photographs, jewelry, and more. For exhibition dates, visit Bayonnenj.org.
Head over to the Bayonne Fire Department Museum to explore artifacts owned by the local Exempt Firemen’s Association chapter. The building served as a firehouse from 1875 until 1928 when it was converted into a museum. Throughout the unique museum, visitors can learn about the heroic acts of the city's firefighters, the evolution of equipment, tools and memorabilia .
The Bayonne Public Library is the city’s free library where you can indulge in a plethora of books and digital offerings in their computer labs. The library also presents performing and visual arts, interactive events, and cultural programs.
Come Home to Bayonne
Packed with personality and character, it’s easy to see why the housing market is exploding with increasing demand as people flock to Bayonne. While you’re hunting for your next home, be sure to stop by 19 East. This brand new premium rental community offers remarkable amenities and stylish features at affordable rents.
Find your perfect living space with a variety of floorplans to fit your lifestyle. 19 East's luxury features include sleek stainless steel kitchen appliances, stunning hardwood flooring, designer lighting, walk-in closets, washers and dryers, islands or breakfast bars, LED lighting and energy-efficient finishes.
On-site amenity highlights include multiple business centers for remote working, a fitness center and yoga studio, lounge, game room, garage parking, storage, and an outdoor terrace with grills, fire pits, and game tables. The pet-friendly community provides residents with easy access to the building via keyless entry and on-site management to cater to your needs. You’ll have outstanding views of New York City to relish in from this six-story building and being only a block from the light rail, you'll have convenient access to transit as well.
Enjoy all of these features in the heart of vibrant Downtown Bayonne with unbeatable specials, including up to two months free, zero amenity fees, free storage for a year and up to 3 months free parking (while inventory lasts). Specials subject to lease terms and availability.
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