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Re: window replacement - historic district
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Hasn't Steve Nuding retired.


Seems like it. I called the number I could find on google but got no answer. Left a voicemail a few days ago. If anyone knows who has "taken over" for him please let me know.


SMFH maybe read Ryan Vincent's reply below?!


Yes, I saw that. Was looking for confirmation.

Posted on: 7/14 13:09
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Re: window replacement - historic district
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K-Lo2 wrote:
Hasn't Steve Nuding retired.


Seems like it. I called the number I could find on google but got no answer. Left a voicemail a few days ago. If anyone knows who has "taken over" for him please let me know.

Posted on: 7/14 9:09
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Re: window replacement - historic district
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Thank you very much. Stephen is the guy I keep hearing about.

Posted on: 7/12 16:31
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window replacement - historic district
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Hi all,

I am interested in replacing the old inefficient windows in my unit that face the street. This is in Hamilton Park where there are obviously historic district rules regarding stuff that faces the public. As long as the windows are the same style as the others in the building I am assuming I am ok? Also, any recommended contractors that would specialize in these types of old buildings? Thanks

Posted on: 7/11 15:46
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Re: 2017 Reval ~ Property Inspections
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Hoboken did a reval just a few years ago. The market did not soften. Don't count on it.

Posted on: 6/30 11:03
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Re: 5 Shootings in 15 Hour in Jersey City
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It was a warm day out. There's a strong correlation between weather and number of shootings. Nice weather brings characters out, characters get into scuffles. Guns go off. Some pretty interesting articles on the phenomenon in Chicago.

Posted on: 2/9 17:42
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Re: Gentrification spreads west to Newark
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Real estate price high? In the NYC metro area? What fresh hell is this?!? .


If all these neighborhoods and municipalities are clamoring for the same economic cohort and collectively bringing 5,000+ units to market every year, just makes me wonder whether rental supply at these price points is going to eclipse renter demand at the coming years.

I've no dog in the fight either way, but when even humble Newark is trying to get in on the action, just makes me think that the situation may be heading for something of a tipping point.


We already are. Curbed NYC Rental Market

And with thousands more units coming online this year it will only increase. And the price decreases are also masked by increasing concessions like 2 months free rent, etc.

Posted on: 2/6 17:16
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Re: Vote NO to Jersey City Question No. 2
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If there's one tax I am happy to put into, it's for green spaces and for the expansion and protection of those spaces. I'm definitely voting YES.

Posted on: 2016/11/8 12:08
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Re: What’s going there? (Journal Square edition)
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It says it in the article: "allowed to build taller high-rises than zoning allows in exchange for creating spaces for theaters, art galleries and studios, museums, libraries and more."

Newark did this with NJPAC and it has been a great improvement to the area. Go to the area around military park and you'll notice the transformation happening. I think that serves as a good example of this working.

Posted on: 2016/10/26 12:16
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Re: What’s going there? (Journal Square edition)
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This is within the 2060 Journal Square Plan where buildings this size are in fact allowed by zoning. Although the lack of a sidewalk is a bit odd.....

Posted on: 2016/10/4 16:53
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Re: Chic Pea
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If you want horrible shit like this to go away then stop clicking on these awful sites and giving them traffic. It's called voting with your click.

Posted on: 2016/5/31 16:03
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Re: Third Floor Walk up Condo non-elevator building
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Definitely not a good time to buy in Jersey city. With the reval, and demand is probably going to level off. If you're an investor you're going to be competing with an oversupply of rentals and you will be slashing your rents to try to fill those apartments. Just look at how many rentals are being built downtown. There is going to be major oversupply.

Posted on: 2016/5/3 9:48
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Re: Spectra Gas Pipeline -- (like the one Downtown) -- Explosion Cuts Flows to Eastern U.S.
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I'd like to note that a pipeline that is in the middle of nowhere like the one that blew up is treated MUCH less stringently than one that is in a populated area like Jersey City. There are MUCH stricter regulations, inspection requirements, etc that come with being able to have a pipeline go through a populated area.

Posted on: 2016/4/29 16:08
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Re: What’s going there? (Journal Square edition)
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It's a shame that so much of this development is just rentals. We could really use more condos in the area.

Posted on: 2016/4/11 13:02
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Re: Jersey City Realtor
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kimmy, out of curiosity, what neighborhood?

Posted on: 2016/3/30 16:06
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Re: The gentrification of ward A & F... The newbies vs the old timers.
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A shul coming to MLK Drive


They seem to populate every day, I use to see 4 or 5 walking down Ocean or MLK now I am seeing 12-15 smh


User - I thought you said earlier in the thread that you were excited to see the Hassidim move to GV. What's changed?


I am still excited and very thrilled to get some new blood... I just did not expect it to be so rapid.


Don't you mean you didn't expect it to be so rabbid? Cause you know, Jewish, Rabbis....

I'll see myself out.

Posted on: 2016/3/30 10:36
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Re: Jersey City Realtor
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I am shopping for a home right now too. How has everyones experience been competition wise? Are you getting into bidding wars? Are investors coming with all cash? I have a measly 10% down payment, hope this isn't going to be too stressful.

Posted on: 2016/3/26 18:47
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Re: We need your help in the village!
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When you buy a property next to an empty lot and the balcony is right up against the property line, how can you be surprised when this happens? smh

Posted on: 2016/3/24 23:54
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Re: NJTV News on JC gentrification
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Newark, specifically near Penn Station, is undergoing it's own revitalization/gentrification. The fact that a whole foods and starbucks are opening nearby is a stereotypical telling of that.

Posted on: 2016/3/22 22:09
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Re: Comparing JSQ condos
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I've started to look at condos in JC as a first time homebuyer. I was actually supposed to view this specific unit in St. Johns and then my realtor told me it was already bought all cash. I have a feeling it's going to be a very frustrating process to find a home to live in with all these investors scooping up places all cash...

Posted on: 2016/3/22 21:46
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