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Bracing for the storm of 2015 what you need to Know

26. January 2015

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The meteorologist are forecasting a textbook nor’easter takes shape over the next 48 hours. STRONG WINDS CAN BE EXPECTED THROUGH MUCH OF THE DAY. WIND GUSTS OF 40 TO 45 MPH ARE POSSIBLE FROM TIME TO TIME… ESPECIALLY THIS MORNING. THE WIND GUSTS MAY BRING DOWN SMALL TREE LIMBS AND MAY BLOW AROUND OUTDOOR OBJECTS […]

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Redevelopment links several neighboring cities with a collective plan

22. January 2015

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The mayors of three neighboring cities are expected to speak later this month about how changes to the areas surrounding train stations could potentially help bolster some of the state’s struggling neighborhoods. The Urban Essex Coalition for Smart Growth formed in 2013 as a result of the Together North Jersey initiative, which is working to […]

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The Saving of Saint Michaels Hospital

15. January 2015

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Yesterday, In a crowded auditorium, community members came out in large numbers to discuss the savings of St. Michael Hospital, one of Newark oldest hospitals, and hear about the current proposed purchase agreement with Prime healthcare.  The impromptu meeting was organized by the principals of both St. Michael’s hospital and Prime healthcare and the local […]

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PATH Train scheduled to move on without cutbacks in service

13. January 2015

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Gov. Christie’s head of transportation, Jamie Fox, (not the actor/comedian) said Monday he is against any cutbacks in PATH service between New Jersey and Manhattan, opposing a report commissioned by his boss and Gov. Cuomo that suggested eliminating overnight service to save the Port Authority millions of dollars each year. “This is not the way […]

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Panama Canal and Newark what is the connection?

17. December 2014

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So what does the Panama Canal some 2,154 miles away effect Newark?  Well the commission of of Newark Environment believes there is a direct correlation. The Panama Canal expansion project (also called the Third Set of Locks Project) is the largest project at the Canal since its original construction, intended to double the capacity of the Panama […]

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Real Estate in North Jersey Executive see more opportunities beyond luxury Properties

13. November 2014

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Real estate execs see more opportunity beyond luxury properties Real estate executives remain bullish on the market for apartment dwellings in North Jersey next year, however, some predicted that rent increases could stabilize and the best opportunities could be in older buildings to be upgraded, rather than building more new luxury properties. “Multifamily remains the darling […]

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Newark apartments refinanced with $30M Investors loan

3. November 2014

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By Eric Strauss Investors Bank, based in Short Hills, announced Wednesday that its commercial real estate lending group has provided $30 million in refinancing for an apartment building in Newark. The $30 million, fixed-rate loan will enable the owners of the Colonnades Apartments to refinance their commercial mortgage, Investors said in a news release. The […]

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Newark Auction schedule for November 6th

20. October 2014

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In case you missed our October sale, here is another opportunity to purchase property from the City of Newark!  Attached, please find preliminary information for the City of Newark’s upcoming Public Real Estate Auction  CITY OF NEWARK Department of Economic and Housing Development Division of Housing and Real Estate PUBLIC REAL ESTATE AUCTION – THURSDAY, NOVEMBER […]

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Is Harrison the new Hoboken? Ground breaking of apartment complex suggest Harrison is on the Move

16. October 2014

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Will Harrison become the new Hoboken? Mayor Raymond McDonough would like to think so. Eighteen years ago, and now three years after taking office, he initiated a redevelopment plan to transform the Hudson County town’s blighted industrial section into a gentrified neighborhood of condos, rental apartments and hotels, all coalescing around a renovated PATH station. […]

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It now Official Military Park Open to the public

17. June 2014

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    Although some might say that the fences around Military Park were lifted several weeks ago, Friday marked it’s official opening.  Trees were moved closer to the street on either side of the triangular park to create more open space. Permanent benches were replaced with movable outdoor furniture and fences around the monuments, including the […]

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