Prospect Crossing, Bayonne’s newest multifamily luxury midrise, to launch leasing

Prospect Crossing, a five-story residential building in Bayonne, is undergoing finishing touches and nearing its leasing debut, according to a Monday announcement from Vida Capital, an emerging commercial real estate development, leasing and property management company specializing in Class A multifamily assets.

Located at 117-121 Prospect Ave., at the corner of Prospect and E. 25th Street, the 44 upscale studio and one- and two-bedroom layouts atop a gated-entry ground-floor parking garage range from 459 square feet to 1,210 square feet, some of which include dens. Notably, the entire building, which was a former warehouse, has been constructed utilizing gypsum concrete, known for its sound-reduction properties.

“Prospect Crossing is an example of how Vida Capital is altering the built landscape by replacing conventional, underperforming properties with design-forward apartment-rental living experiences that respect the city’s rich industrial-era history,” Shirley DelRosario, managing partner, said. “As a company and as local residents ourselves, we hail from Bayonne and are committed to leveraging its greatest asset — transit and highway connectivity — to mirror neighboring Hudson County communities such as West New York and Union City that have undergone their own renaissance, while retaining its unique identity.”

Unit amenities include open-concept floorplans with breakfast bar; LVT flooring throughout; oversized European windows offering abundant natural light; high-end kitchens with granite countertops, subway tile backsplashes and stainless-steel appliances; and bathrooms with designer vanities and luxury shower/tub combos.

Rounding out Prospect Crossing’s on-premises amenities is a 725-square-foot fitness center, lounge and club rooms, 700 square feet of office space and a 1,200-square-foot outdoor patio mezzanine offering 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline. The architect for the building is Minervini Vandermark Melia Kelly of Hoboken.

“As a lifelong resident of Bayonne myself, I find great excitement in witnessing and contributing to its development and growth,” Maria Alba, the exclusive leasing agent with Costanza Realtors, said. “At Prospect Crossing, luxury living is redefined with a unique twist that blends Bayonne’s style and all of its nearby conveniences. It’s a privilege to share the hidden treasures of Bayonne with newcomers.”

Prospect Crossing is a four-minute walk to the 22nd Street Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Station, which offers a 35-minute commute into Manhattan. Its exceptional locale is also a 15-minute drive to Newark Liberty International Airport.