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Re: What's going there?
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can confirm the BBQ place at the old vespa spot - a silverman condo meeting had mentioned it.

Posted on: 2015/3/9 17:43
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Re: What's going there?
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on Erie between 3rd and 4th, the shop has a sign now.

Prato Bakery.

Posted on: 2014/10/13 13:36
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Re: Join us in Fixing the PATH (Directly reply to join)
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I'm in.

Posted on: 2014/10/2 18:59
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Re: What's going there?
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we walked by a couple weeks ago as someone was sweeping the store. Some kids were riding their bikes and asked what the shop was going to be, looking for summer work.

the guy said it was going to be a bakery.

Posted on: 2014/5/14 16:27
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Re: What's going there?
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The old Ginfi spot on Erie now has a Indian Woman poster on the window and some curtains that look south asian in there styling.

Hopefully they do a good job at it - I would like some good old indian food.

Posted on: 2014/3/20 17:15
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Re: What's going there?
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Silverman own it, they had the resident holiday party there. supposedly will still be a Pizza place by the name Barluca.

Posted on: 2014/3/2 17:16
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Re: Sophie Sophia cupcake place at Hamilton Square Park
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those of us in the building have complained that the retail space is essentially being used now as a licensed kitchen for her to use without having any actual store hours.

we want a store that is actually open that we can patronize. Also something to note, it doesn't have real ovens it has those electronic cake/cupcake baking ovens.

heard a rumor she was selling the Business - who knows for sure though.

Posted on: 2014/1/27 19:48
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Re: ADULT REC LEAGUE BASKETBALL
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Is this still active for the winter? I'd like to join up for a winter league and then summer too.

Posted on: 2014/1/2 18:26
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Re: Thirty Acres Restaurant- Jersey Avenue
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who cares about prices, the place is overrated anyway - imo.

i must not have the palette for this 'high end' stuff.

Posted on: 2013/12/6 14:40
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Re: Coming soon: Asian Fusion restaurant + Italian food
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Dale was very good in Top Chef - great news!!

Posted on: 2013/10/11 16:05
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Re: Parking in Hamilton Park...
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i also figured that the schools are back in session causing the parking to be tight. i noticed after 8pm some spots seem to open up.

I know i contribute to it, rotating 2 cars as i'm trying to sell one.

Posted on: 2013/9/30 16:32
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Re: What do we think of Hamilton Square South?
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Per our last condo meeting in the HP-North its going to start next year. No time frame yet, but just next year. Will include retail and parking from what i remember too and also said its all rentals, though Silverman will be doing paperwork for condo too - depends on demand.

Posted on: 2013/9/17 18:21
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Re: NEW OUTDOOR MARKET LAUNCHING IN DOWNTOWN JERSEY CITY!
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damn already a "recommendation" without it having started.

i for one am pumped for this and super excited something like this is coming to JC. It's outside my building, so i will definitely be there. I hope something like this stays and maybe becomes like Brooklyn Flea/Smorgasburg.

Posted on: 2013/9/10 14:56
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Re: National Cleaners on Erie St closing
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i cant believe this is true. hamilton square residents use this a lot(including me!!) has this been verified? a sign posting this?


Posted on: 2013/8/28 16:59
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Re: Brooklyn Brainery model in JC
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My wife and her friend have been very interested in starting something like this in Jersey City.

contact me - hasanbc@gmail.com

they are very motivated to do something like this here. they want to do a meetup and get a group of people to start this off.

Posted on: 2013/8/28 16:57
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Re: Boy hit by car at Hamilton Park
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first of all i hope that this boy is ok and we dont see this anytime soon.

but this addresses, imo the #1 problem in JC, which is pedestrian/biker safety. (even though popular belief on this board might think its off-leash dogs and dog poopies)

The park should have speed humps on ALL 4 sides - i live off mcwilliams and i see car blazing through the yield sign in front of GP's. I trained my dog to wait at the curb with me (she is on leash! dont worry). And i also have two cars so i drive through and around HP all the time. i always come to a full stop at the yield and all stop signs. I can SEE the anger in my rear-view mirrors as i do this. But i hope they can see the high volume of pedestrians there - plus there are schools right there plus a bus stop to take the kids to private school too. incredible amount of foot traffic that needs to be addressed.

ALSO not to put all the blame on drivers, too many people cross streets without looking - NEVER ASSUME THE CARS CAN SEE YOU.

Posted on: 2013/8/19 13:39
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Re: An open letter to the Dog Owners of DTJC (brace yourselves)
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JCbiscuit - the dog you are talking about is a pure poodle, just with an awesome haircut. and he plays solely in the dog allowed area. plus he is probably the smartest dog i ever met and the owner cleans up after it.
lastly, goldendoodles make perfect city dogs, its why you see so many in JC, hoboken, & nyc. great temperament, public parks for them to play in, no shedding. AND ADORABLE.

granted they are off leash and illegal, i have no complaints with responsible dog owners. the same goes for that black dog walking around the perimeter.

i think most responsible dog owners like myself are also upset with the people that leave their dog poo on the sidewalk. but what can you do unless you catch someone in the act. heck owners leave poop in the dog park when the park PROVIDES bags!! you are always going to have assholes.

Posted on: 2013/7/31 13:12
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Re: Construction on 5th and Manila
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not sure if its the same thing, but in HP 8th and Mcwilliams, 9th streets and Jersey have been going through some pipeline replacements.

Posted on: 2013/7/11 13:44
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Re: Future of Newport Mall
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i mean, been back here for over a year now, HP parking isnt bad. i park in front my building (Hamilton Square) so easy. we have two cars too and have no problem.

Maybe im just lucky.

Posted on: 2013/6/17 18:28
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Re: Future of Newport Mall
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i love this mall - i grew up going to it, i saw my first movie at this mall. i have no problems of its existence. I live in HP and walk here with such ease - Macy's had an awesome sale this weekend and we made out like bandits.

my only suggestion is an upgrade in stores - add a jcrew, applestore, banana republic, abercrombie, Delias, madewell, etc HECK a stretch but a Bloomingdales too. Also, some renovations in the mall and some stores, the dept stores need a facelift in layout/carpet etc. i am surprised its not there but an Old Navy would do well here.

The food court is great too, indian food is some really good stuff, opened Qdoba recently. I am big can of its convenience.

and for those who park in the deck - just park in HP and walk, literally minutes away. decks in JC will always charge.

Posted on: 2013/6/17 17:17
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Re: ADULT REC LEAGUE BASKETBALL
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i might be, though i havent played in ages, it'd be fun.

where were you thinking of playing?

Posted on: 2013/6/5 16:34
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Re: Cultural events causing congestion at Grove Path Station.
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ahhh came for entertainment was not disappointed.
Thank you JustJames.

It just takes some planning to take care of your timing.

Do i go out to Hoboken during Lepre-tard-fest? NO
Do i know ahead of time of train delays, cancellations, construction, parades, etc so i can plan my commute with ease - YES

Surely you didn't miss all the signs and posters all over JC with these amazing things the city has to offer. Even facebook, twitter, and other sites are littered with these announcements. Time to stop running to places and look around buddy, no excuse for your poor planning.

Posted on: 2013/5/3 20:16
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Re: Hamilton Park dogs
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always a good read! love when this comes back to the top of the board.

But anyway, its a public space that has amenities that seem to attract people from all over - if you live near here have to deal with the mix of people that come in and out of it. see some litter, do the service and pick it up! volunteer to do things in the park or if these "DAMN DOGS" are such a big deal organize a group and create awareness, have doggie bags in hand and pass them around, or give the dogs a treat and say something that bothers you about them being in pet free zones.

posting here the pics of "offenders" is pointless. though funny and would for entertainment not mind these posts continuing.

I dont hear much about the litter at the bball or playgrounds as much. i guess kids will be kids! damn those dogs and pooping though.

PS if you sit on the lawn anywhere something has peed and/or pooed there.

Posted on: 2013/4/9 17:05
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Re: What do we think of Hamilton Square South?
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the traffic is caused by the schools in the area. and people not knowing how to go around hamilton park to get to the highway.

i am looking forward to the building coming up - i bought in H.Square North last year and this building will/should add nice things to the neighborhood. The noise will suck, my unit faces this space now - but we bought knowing that it would come up eventually.

I hope that the lower level is all retail, i do hope some parking is added considering the space now has the parking entrance to Hamilton Sq. North, but its limited down there.

Posted on: 2013/3/11 14:37
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Re: Pulaski Skyway to close for 2 years after Super Bowl:
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http://www.state.nj.us/transportation ... udies/pulaski/survey.shtm

take the survey online - hopefully you can address your concerns there.

Posted on: 2013/1/11 16:26
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Re: Cleaning Service
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Hah i didn't bother to check this in a while and didn't notice people are being typical d-bags.

just some simple math for you. i am asking for 75 per visit every two weeks. lets assume she can fit 4 cleanings a day at $75(of course some may be more or less) and that 5 days a week that's 1500 a week or 3000 every two weeks or 6000 a month. Of course this is take home, she might have cost of course and even some prices that may be higher or lower or even work 6 days a week. Prob. this is more than you make a month. but its not a small income.

either way, my point is that is fallacious reasoning to assume that she isn't making enough money and that $10 is a big deal to her or even to assume that $10 isn't a big deal to me. (you don't know me or my situation, i could be paraplegic for all you know). And 75 is pretty competitive compared to the 85 she was asking, which is prob. inflated due to building and area of hamilton park i live in.

fyi i got her to go down $10.

Posted on: 2012/12/4 14:55
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Re: Cleaning Service
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so we are looking at local cleaning ladies and were curious - can you negotiate? we want to bring her down the charge by $10 - has any one able to bring their cleaning lady price down?

Posted on: 2012/10/28 16:05
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Re: Michael's Pizzeria - Erie Street
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i grew up in the area as a kid through the 90s - the place was pretty damn good pizza AND then they opened up a video store section too with video games. and they had arcades too.. man it was awesome. the bodega at the corner also had a couple of arcade games.

Posted on: 2012/10/3 20:40
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Re: Blue Moon Mexican Cafe
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there is one by my office in englewood, solid mexican imo.

Posted on: 2012/9/24 13:24
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Re: Greene Chutney Grill (Greene and Montgomery)
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this looks good! i have to check this out.

Posted on: 2012/8/17 13:11
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