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Experience Bayonne

Situated on a peninsula near the Kill Van Kull, Bayonne is a vibrant community that has transformed into one of Hudson County’s top towns. Though it may seem like a thriving city, it still has plenty of suburban charm that draws in families, young professionals, retirees, and everyone in between. And to top it all off, Bayonne residents can reach Manhattan in under 45 minutes!

Discover the Best of Bayonne

Located in New Jersey’s Gateway Region, Bayonne is a Hudson County community that boasts tons of charm, an ideal location just miles from Manhattan, and a vast selection of homes at every price point. Though it was once a manufacturing town, it has since evolved into an exciting place to live, work, and play in the New York Metro area.

Want to know what it’s really like to live in Bayonne? Pay your respects at the famous Teardrop Memorial, let loose at Gregg Park, or check out some of the area’s locally owned businesses—when you live in Bayonne, the options are endless!

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A Snapshot of Bayonne

64,987

Population

$449,000

Median Home Price

$63,947

Median Household Income


Selling Your Bayonne Home?

Thinking of selling your home in Bayonne? We can help! Learn more about listing your home with Trompeter Real Estate, including the tools and resources we offer our sellers, our marketing strategies, and our featured listings.


Live, Work, and Play in Bayonne

Arts & Entertainment

Though it may be just six square miles, Bayonne’s blossoming cultural scene attracts artists and performers from New York City and beyond. Locals often recommend checking out the Annual Outdoor Arts Show, which highlights work from local artisans.

Other favorites include the Bergen Point Fall Festival, the Bayonne Hometown Fair, and Frank Theatres South Cove Stadium 12. You can also catch some of the area’s best concerts and performances at the nearby Prudential Center in Newark!

Endless Outdoor Recreation

Don’t be fooled by Bayonne’s metropolitan vibe—this city is home to tons of parks, trails, and waterfront green spaces! The scenic Stephen R. Gregg Park overlooks Newark Bay, and residents love taking advantage of the on-site sports courts. Dennis P. Collins Park boasts spectacular views of the Bayonne Bridge, as well as a mini dog park and playgrounds for kids. And if you love to hit the links, try working on your swing at the Bayonne Golf Club.

Ample Employment Opportunities

Bayonne’s ideal location near New York puts it close to job opportunities in every field. Commuters can reach Manhattan via NJ Transit, the Light Rail, ferries, MTA Regional buses, or the Holland Tunnel.

Want to avoid commuting into the city? Bayonne’s Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ) has attracted more than 200 businesses since it was first established in 2002. The Bayonne Medical Center also employs around 1,200 doctors, nurses, staff, and other medical professionals.

A+ Public and Private Schools

Moving to the Bayonne area with kids in tow? Local students are served by the Bayonne School District, which operates 13 schools and has an enrollment of 9,853. The district is ranked the third best in all of Hudson County, and various institutions have won the coveted Blue Ribbon Award.

Many parents in Hudson County opt to send their children to private schools. Bayonne has quite a few religious and secular institutions from which to choose, such as All Saints Catholic Academy and Marist High.

Wondering What’s Around?

Our Favorite Local Picks

Bayonne Crossing

Walmart, Lowe’s, Michael’s, and plenty of other stores await at Bayonne Crossing, the area’s largest retail destination. You’ll also find a few restaurants, including LongHorn Steakhouse and Hook & Reel Seafood.

Bayonne Museum

Want to learn a little more about Hudson County’s unique history? Come explore the exhibits at the Bayonne Museum, a stunning Beaux-Arts-style building in the Bergen Point neighborhood.

Teardrop Memorial

The Teardrop Memorial is a 10–story sculpture by Zurab Tsereteli that honors the victims of the 9/11 Attacks. The area around the memorial also features unrivaled views of Manhattan.

El Aguila Dorada

Looking for some delicious Mexican-style fare in a casual setting? Come let loose at El Aguila Dorada, where you can sample some one-of-a-kind batidos and mouth-watering tacos.

Discover Your Bayonne Dream Home

Eager to put down roots in Bayonne? Trompeter Real Estate is here to help! As Hudson County locals, we know a thing or two about this fabulous community, and we’d love to connect you with the home of your dreams. Drop us a line whenever you’re ready to take your next steps!

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