Located in Jersey City along Kennedy Boulevard, MLK Drive, Old Bergen Road, and Danforth Avenue, it is the southernmost neighborhood and generally defined as between the West Side Branch of the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail and Bayonne. Once a high society suburb of New York City in the 19th century, Greenville transitioned in the 20th century to a working-class neighborhood. It has not seen the same influx of capital and development as other neighborhoods, but between Bergen-Lafayette and Bayonne, Greenville can’t help but be up-and-coming. The housing stock is primarily one- and two-family homes and low-rise apartment buildings, and Port Liberte is a planned gated community, offering modern new construction, amenities, and gorgeous views of New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty, and Manhattan. Nearby are the Caven Point section of Liberty State Park and portions of the historic Morris Canal, completed in Jersey City circa 1836, that moved coal and iron ore until the 1920s. The neighborhood also boasts beautiful parks: Columbia Park stretches out in the southern section, Audubon Park is a square of green in the heart of Greenville, and Bayside Park sits in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty. Greenville is a great value and real Jersey City pride permeates this neighborhood with plenty of room to grow.