An 18-mile stretch from Bayonne to Fort Lee.
Right across the Hudson from Wall Street, -- a mere three-and-a-half minutes away by PATH train the New Jersey coastline is in the midst of a dramatic makeover. New business, office, and residential communities and neighborhoods have replaced dilapidated piers, warehouses, and railroad yards. Long ago, New Jerseys eastern shore was a thriving place for longshoremen and factory workers, but not an easy place to get to. Visionaries, however, understood how precious the real estate was. In fits and starts, the land began to be slowly reclaimed. In the 80s, a clever marketer gave it a catchy nickname the Gold Coast.