About Jersey City Greenville
The Greenville neighborhood of Jersey City consist of the lower portion of Jersey City bordering Bayonne. Greenville will feature a lot of new developments as well as re-developments as well. The neighborhood will have a new $19.8 million, 45,000 square-foot city hall extension built on Martin Luther King Drive. This will enable commercial and overall economic growth in that portion of the neighborhood, with the Martin Luther King Drive station for the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail.
Greenville is also in close proximity to internationally known tourist attractions. One such attraction is Ellis Island. Ellis Island is an immigration capital. At it’s peak it was bringing in up to ten thousand immigrants to the United States through what is now the Immigration Museum. Also in close proximity to the neighborhood is the beacon of freedom itself, the Statue of Liberty., located on Liberty Island.
On the border of Greenville is Canal Cross is a 111 acre area set in Greenville, set for redevelopment. An area formerly used for industrial purposes, it will now be used for residential and commercial reasons. The complex will be home to 7,000 housing units with about ten percent of them being used for affordable housing. The complex will also be located near a proposed Caven Point Avenue light rail station, providing easy transportation.
Median Sale Price – Current $236,400
Estimated Population – 47,170
Median Age – 34.6
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