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Seven-Story Residential Development Proposed Near Newark Bay Bridge in Bayonne
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A complex with more than 40 residential units is envisioned for two properties along John F. Kennedy Boulevard in Bayonne. The post Seven-Story Residential Development Proposed Near Newark Bay Bridge in Bayonne appeared first on Jersey Digs.

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Bayonne Plans to Add New Pedestrian Bridge Along Hudson River
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City officials are looking to bridge South Cove Commons to the Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor to better connect Bayonne’s fragmented waterfront. The post Bayonne Plans to Add New Pedestrian Bridge Along Hudson River appeared first on Jersey Digs.

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This Historic NJ Estate is Fit for a Wedding with a Stone Bridge, Barn Reception Venue and Even Alpacas
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Cross the arched stone bridge to enter this historic 46-acre “Stonehouse Country Estate” and follow the private, tree-lined driveway into a fairytale setting. The post This Historic NJ Estate is Fit for a Wedding with a Stone Bridge, Barn Reception Venue and Even Alpacas appeared first on Jersey Digs.

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Bayonne Plans to Replace East 25th Street Pedestrian Bridge Over Light Rail
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The City of Bayonne wants to remove the East 25th Street pedestrian bridge over the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail in order to construct a new bridge. The post Bayonne Plans to Replace East 25th Street Pedestrian Bridge Over Light Rail appeared first on Jersey Digs.

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Newark Officials Support Replacing the Bridge Street Bridge
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The Bridge Street Bridge connects Newark with Harrison and is often used by drivers traveling to and from Jersey City. Now, after more than 100 years serving Essex and Hudson Counties, the bridge could potentially be replaced. The post Newark Officials Support Replacing the Bridge Street Bridge appeared first on Jersey Digs.

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Point-No-Point Railroad Bridge from 1901 Could Be Replaced
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A bridge over the Passaic River between Newark and Kearny that has been in use for well over 100 years could be torn down. The post Point-No-Point Railroad Bridge from 1901 Could Be Replaced appeared first on Jersey Digs.

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