MOTBY

AcronymDefinition
MOTBYMilitary Ocean Terminal, Bayonne
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Lincoln Logistics Center, at the MOTBY site, is located on a man-made peninsula that extends into the New York Harbor and was once used by the U.S.
MOTBY is currently undergoing redevelopment into a mixed-use area following its former use as a base for the U.S.
A former base for both the Army and the Navy, MOTBY is now being transformed into a mixed-use waterfront destination comprising residential, retail, restaurants, commercial and recreation.
The new residential development will rise steps from a planned ferry terminal at MOTBY with service to Manhattan, and will offer access to the NJ Transit Hudson Bergen Light Rail 34th Street station, which connects to the PATH system in Jersey City and Hoboken.
Previously, the waterfront parcel was part of the MOTBY, which was originally a naval base and later repurposed as an U.S.
The land, which sits on the former Military Ocean Terminal at Bayonne (MOTBY), will be redeveloped into 1.6 million square feet of industrial warehouse space.
Next will be an exclusive bus tour of the Military Ocean Terminal at Bayonne (MOTBY), the site of a massive and ambitious redevelopment project.