(718) 930-7999
540 Court Street Brooklyn, New York 11231
Union City 1 Bedroom No Fee!
Bergenline Avenue and 39th Street ,
New Jersey, NY 07087
ID# 130727.3
Availability: ASAP Price $1,599
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom Bathrooms: 1
Rooms: 3 Parking: No
Appx. Sq. Feet: 600 Outdoor Space: No
Laundry: No Dishwasher: No
Pet Policy: No Pets

This is a 1 Bedroom in the Union City area of New Jersey. The Apartment Features an Eat-in-Kitchen, Lots of Closet Space including a Large Double Door Closet, Microwave, Range / Oven, Refrigerator, Hardwood Floors, Living Room, Tile Flooring, Intercom, and Ceiling Fan. Tenant only Pays Electricity -- Heat and Hot Water, and Sewer Charges Included!

Great Location Near Houses of Worship, Shopping and Local Dining Establishments on Bergenline and New York Aves. 20 Minutes to Midtown via Public Transit or Car!

  • Dining Area 6x8.5
  • Kitchen 15.5x8.5
  • Bedroom 9x12.5
  • Large Double Closet in Bedroom 9x2
  • Living Room 15x9.5


The Vibe
The soul of the city can be found along Bergenline Avenue, a bustling commercial strip where many of the area’s residents come to shop, dine and meet up with old friends. Just across John Fitzgerald Kennedy Boulevard, in North Bergen, another mall offers big-box stores, an LA Fitness gym, a ShopRite and a multiplex movie theater, while the many restaurants of Hoboken and Jersey City are within walking distance or a short cab or jitney ride away.

Despite its compact size, Union City boasts a number of parks, three with water features, including Firefighter’s Memorial Park on Palisade Avenue, which has an Olympic-size pool. Washington Park, where the city borders Jersey City Heights, has a dog run, tennis and basketball courts and baseball fields.

The NJ Transit 123 buses make five stops in Union City, with travel times of between 10 and 30 minutes to the Port Authority in New York.

Other options include traveling to Hoboken or Jersey City to catch the PATH train; taking an eight-minute ferry from Weehawken to 39th Street; or taking a seven-minute ferry from Hoboken to Wall Street.

For travel to Jersey City and New York, many residents rely on the jitney buses that run along several of Union City’s north-south arteries.