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Re: Citi Bike
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In the Heights, we have a big problem with people riding to public transportation, etc, then the racks being empty for long periods of time so no one else can ride. Citibike is supposed to 'rebalance,' bringing more bikes, but they are often slow to do this (if they do it at all). I'd imagine this problem is even worse in other areas. Yes, it is an expense for Citibike, but if the city is allowing stations on public land with the intention of improving transportation for the city, they need to push to make sure it happens.

We were in danger of losing our stations last year but ended up keeping many of them. However, there are still often no bikes mid-day.

Posted on: 4/24 10:02

Edited by rscott on 2018/4/24 10:30:19
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Re: Logistics of 2 Family Home in the Heights
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No outside management company needed, association pays bills (has a bank account).

Posted on: 4/10 14:16
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Re: Logistics of 2 Family Home in the Heights
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It can go either way - I'm in a 2 unit condo association and it's fine, while those in the other unit had terrible experiences with the association in their previous (large) building. It just depends on who the other owners are!

Posted on: 4/10 9:19
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Re: 3bd/2ba Right on Palisade Ave In Heights - $2860/month
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It IS a bit high for that area; however, I've seen similar units go for $2000-$2500 (and get rented quickly!).

Sure, it's not as close to downtown, but it does benefit from lots of transportation options. Lightrail, kind of a long but doable walk to Hoboken PATH, 123 to NYC goes down Palisade Ave, etc.

Posted on: 2017/10/3 9:03
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Re: New Eatery in Heights
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I had empanadas and coffee - both very good. They also have sandwiches / wraps and other things.

Posted on: 2017/5/11 12:31
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Re: 3D Printing in New Jersey?
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Hoboken Public Library has one. You don't need to be a resident. They have open 'maker space' hours on Mondays. There is just a small fee for materials.

Posted on: 2017/4/12 22:23
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Re: Newport Mall
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Unless they've changed it recently, it's ALL reserved seats - if you just buy a ticket there you pick your seats from a screen. Buying in advance online has the usual fees; I can't remember offhand, but probably around $1 a ticket. You can use the AMC theaters website or app.

Posted on: 2017/3/14 7:59
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