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Re: Gulls Cove Light rail side
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Thanks all. We decided not to go forward. The lady at the sales office was quite a piece of work. I had my own buyers agent, which is probably why she was very cold and unwilling to work with us so as not to split the commission. Not a good experience and will avoid working with KW/ Sutherlin group from now on. Will also warn everyone I know of them too.

Posted on: 2017/4/8 0:52
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Gulls Cove Light rail side
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Anyone live by the light rail side of Gulls Cove? Do you hear the horns and announcements of the train constantly? We have an infant so want to be sure you can't hear the noise before we make a decision to live here.

Posted on: 2017/4/3 22:40
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Re: FSBO 1Bd @ GullsCove South Facing
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You sound like you work for the sales office! Just to present another side to this, there's a new building in Southwest hoboken that's going for $720 per sq ft including parking. It's a 10 min walk from the Path. Yes it's in a flood zone and the area is still developing. But comparably, it'll have a higher appreciation rate than GC.

Posted on: 2017/3/31 15:36
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Re: FSBO 1Bd @ GullsCove South Facing
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I'm looking at Gulls Cove 2 and the prices are $970/ sqft when you factor in parking. This really is crazy! I'm having a hard time justifying the price for purchase. I can't imagine the price for Gulls Cove 2 to appreciate much higher than this though. Is the value at its max? Thoughts anyone?

Posted on: 2017/3/31 1:34
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Gulls Cove 2
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What does everyone think about Gulls Cove 2? The building is 61% sold. Not sure is they're keeping some for rentals? Anyone live at Gulls Cove 1? How is it? Is the structure and management good? Looking into buying there but hesistant because of all the things I've read about the developer.

Posted on: 2017/3/12 11:54
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Free/ Cheap Parking nearest to Grove St. Path
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There are many zoned parking spots near the Grove St. Path with 2 hour limits. I cannot get a zoned permit because I live in a building with a parking garage but do not wish to pay for the monthly $250 fee. If I want to park between Mon-Fri, where is the nearest free parking? I don't mind walking 10 minutes. Also, are the zoned parking areas okay to park for Sat-Sun it seems? The parking signs seem to imply it is but wanted to confirm. Thanks in advance.

Posted on: 2016/4/24 21:05
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Downtown JC ObGyn
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Has anyone used the following OBs? I'm 32 weeks but currently have an OB in NYC. Thinking about switching to someone who delivers at Jersey City Medical Center since it's so close. But I can't find many reviews on the doctors. Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks.

Michael Bimonte
Zaheda Muhammad
Ahmed Yousry
Lily Gonzalez
Carol Gagliardi
Elisheva Cohn
Patricia Chau
Cheryl Carter
Long-Gue Hu

Posted on: 2016/3/28 15:25
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Movers for in building moves (no truck needed)
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Anyone know of a good moving company for in building moves? I'm moving between 2 apts in an elevator building. I'm assuming this would cost much less than a regular mover. Thanks.

Posted on: 2016/2/6 12:13
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Re: Obgyn for pregnancy
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Thanks everyone!

Posted on: 2015/10/1 0:44
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Obgyn for pregnancy
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Does anyone have recommendation for obgyn in the area? Where do people go for hospitals and doctors if you're pregnant and living in Downtown? There don't appear to be a lot of choices around. Do people go over to downtown Manhattan?

Posted on: 2015/9/30 23:11
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Re: Is Jersey City Real Estate in a bubble?
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What do you guys think of the Downtown Jersey City home prices given all these new rentals opening up? I recall seeing a 1 bedroom apt last year that was asking for $480k. Now a comparable apt is asking for $550k. Seems like the prices will have to go down when all the rentals open up since residents will have more options to choose from? Thoughts?

Posted on: 2015/7/13 0:53
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Where are all the food trucks parked now?
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Does anyone know where the food trucks are parked now, now that they can't be near the Path station? I only see the Sahara Grill & Pita by Marin and Christopher I weekdays. Help!

Posted on: 2015/6/12 0:51
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Re: Ahris Kitchen: Korean food in downtown Jersey City
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Had the Galbi and the veggie ramen. Both were delicious! I have to agree that the price is on the higher end. None the less, great addition to the neighborhood.

Posted on: 2015/5/15 2:33
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Jersey City Must Eats
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I'm trying to come up with a list of must try restaurants/ cafes in Jersey City that I have not been to. I walked by 2 places today that I want to try out. Anyone else have any suggestions?

Rustique Pizza
Nine Bar Cafe

Posted on: 2015/1/5 1:01
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Re: Taqueria on Grove & Bay Street
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I walked by last weekend and thought it was closed w a sign up front saying Coming December. Good to know they're open now for take out. Thanks!

Posted on: 2014/10/1 1:58
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Re: Broker's fee
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Thanks for the suggestion brewster and thanks everyone for your feedback!

Posted on: 2014/1/14 3:22
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No Broker Fee Apartment Search
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I'm trying to search for apartments in the DTJC area without having to pay a broker fee. Any suggestions on how to do this? I've tried going directly to the condo websites but most of those are out of our budget. I've tried Craigslist but a lot of them require broker fees.

Posted on: 2014/1/13 0:30
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Re: Union Republic -- Impressive New Place on Newark Ave @ Third Street
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I've been to this place twice so far. The first time I had the Nose to Tail, it was DELICIOUS. The 2nd time I got the Hen Full. It was very bland and the chicken meatballs did not taste all that great. My husband got the vegetarian ramen and that was somewhat bland too. I will try the Fish Mazemen next time.

Posted on: 2013/12/17 2:59
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Re: Korean restaurant
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Another vote for Korean food in downtown! I was just thinking today how great it would be if I didn't have to trek to ktown for food.

Posted on: 2013/11/1 0:52
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Re: Shanghai Best on Montgomery
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Their website seems too wordy and showcases American Chinese food. I hope their food is better! Can't wait to try this place once it opens.

Posted on: 2013/9/11 3:51
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Re: Greenpoint's WORD Bookstore coming to Jersey City
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This is exciting. There are too many empty storefronts around Grove Street area. Hopefully there will be more stores to come!

Posted on: 2013/6/4 3:18
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Re: This old factory: Buying in Downtown Jersey City's Dixon Mills
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Thanks for all the replies. The community definitely sounds great. But I'm a chicken when it comes to pests so that's a big factor for me. Do you guys have an idea which buildings have this issue? Also, can I change out the washer dryer for something else?

Posted on: 2013/6/4 2:00
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Dixon Mills
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I'm considering buying a condo at Dixon Mills. Can anyone give some details about the place and the neighborhood? I've toured the complex and my impression is that the area is a little out of the way but the amenities seem nice (especially the gym classes). It is cheaper than the other condos near the path so that's attractive. But the buildings seem old even tho it was renovated recently. Any input is appreciated!

Posted on: 2013/6/2 1:22
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Re: Bike JC's 4th Annual Jersey City Ward Tour + Festival
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Does anyone know of a way of getting bikes for this tour? Rentals around the area run around $50 per bike and I'm looking for 2 so seeing if there are any other options. Thanks!

Posted on: 2013/5/29 0:51
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Break lease clause properties
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Anyone know of a rental around Jersey City where I can ask for a break lease clause in the contract? I'm thinking most rentals posted by owners are probably this way. But anything outside of that? Also, where do people look for rentals besides craigslist?

Posted on: 2013/2/21 3:44
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Re: Tell me where to get Sushi please...
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Wild Fusion has surprisingly good sushi. I tried the Chinese food first since it's run by Chinese but that was disappointing.

Posted on: 2013/2/20 4:24
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Re: Rent in Jersey City
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Thanks for all the helpful and colorful replies. @user1111, there are a lot of different people in Jersey City looking for whatever accommodation fit their needs. Just because I happen to be looking for something out of your range doesn't make me a DB.

Posted on: 2013/1/29 3:53
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Rent in Jersey City
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I just got my lease renewal from the landlord and my rent went up 7% for a 1 bd/ 1 bth to $2300 in the building by the Grove path. Anyone know of a similar building nearby charging less for a 1bd/ 1 bth? Or any buildings offering free month when signing? I've looked at apartments near Newport but the Newport stop is just not as convenient as the Grove stop. Thanks in advance.

Posted on: 2013/1/24 3:01
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Re: getting to newark airport
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Is there a lot of outside time between the 1) Penn Station PATH and the bus and 2) between the terminal bus drop off and getting to the terminal? Just trying to plan for when it's raining (weather forecast says it's a rainy Friday!).

Posted on: 2012/12/18 12:51
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Getting to EWR by PATH and Bus 62
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I've been doing some research on public transport to EWR and the general consensus on the cheapest fare seems to be this route:

PATH to Newark Penn Station
NJT Bus 62 to EWR terminal

Has anyone taken this and is it a pain to switch to the bus at Newark Penn? I've never been to the Newark Penn Station so not sure how far the walk may be from where the PATH drops off and the bus lane. Same with the bus drop off at EWR?

Thanks!

Posted on: 2012/12/16 23:15
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