Bergenline Ave, also known as the “Miracle Mile”, is currently the longest commercial street in the state, with over 180 stores and restaurants. North Hudson residents benefit from easy access to grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, shopping and more. The “Miracle Mile” offers a heavy presence of Cuban and Latino stores as well as national and regional tenants such as (Club Monty, Santo Domingo Grocery, Luna’s, 7-Eleven, Viva Mexico, Tropical Juice Bar, Boost Mobile, Valley Bank, Boost by T-Mobile, Dunkin, USPS, Wells Fargo Bank, Bari Pizza, Centro Bar, Western Union, T-Mobile, Crown Liquors, Bank of America, Capital One Bank, PNC Bank, Metro by T-Mobile, Burger King, Kids Footlocker and CVS. Union City’s Urban Enterprise Zone covers portions of Bergenline Avenue from from 15th Street to 49th Street, and offers shoppers a reduced 3.5% sales tax rate (versus the 6.625% charged statewide) at eligible merchants. The vibrancy of Bergenline Avenue is showcased with multiple local parades, including the annual Memorial Day Parade, Cuban Day Parade, and Dominican-American Parade. At Union City's southern end, Bergenline is primarily a residential street, with the shopping district concentrated at Summit Avenue and Transfer Station, so called because it was a transfer point for buses and three trolley lines
The Bergenline shopping corridor is also a major transportation corridor, served by New Jersey Transit buses to local points and to the Port Authority Bus Terminal and George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal in Manhattan. The portion along the west side of North Hudson Park sees almost 300 buses in each direction on a normal weekday, an average of one every five minutes.
4523 Bergenline Ave is located in the heart of the New Jersey Gold Coast. Bergenline Avenue is the heart of the Gold Coast North with large scale residential projects being built alongside mixed use projects in creating one of New Jersey’s most dynamic urban neighborhoods. Nearby Palisades Cliffs is known for high-end residential properties, including rentals, condominiums, and townhomes alongside of restaurants, shops, gyms/fitness studios, entertainment, and stunning parks. The views of the Hudson River and the New York Skyline are the urban equivalent of the views from the Grand Canyon and Yosemite National Park. They are iconic!
The Gold Coast has proved to be an ideal place to live for daily commuters into Manhattan, located only 3 miles from the Lincoln Tunnel and 4 miles from the George Washington Bridge. The Port Imperial Ferry Terminal and Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Port Imperial Station is located 2.6 miles away Additionally, there are bus stops and jitney locations along Bergenline Avenue for easy commuting into Manhattan. Commuting in and out of the City from Union City via both the Lincoln Tunnel and GW Bridge is ideal. The site also has immediate access to I- 495, I-78, Route 1 & 9 and Route 3, and is close proximity to three major airports, Newark Airport, JFK & La Guardia.