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Re: Residential Alarm Systems
#1
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We have brinks - but it is $34.99 a month I believe.

Posted on: 2007/11/30 18:15
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Re: Lofts in JC (starting with 150 Bay Street)
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For the amount of money you are looking to spend per month why not just buy something in that surronding area. That way you would maybe get parking as well.

Posted on: 2007/10/17 14:05
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Re: Question about condo/parking spot (owners rights)
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there is not a technical storage space. Some spots are larger than others (Hence the difference in monthly common charges and property taxes on them).

Posted on: 2007/9/14 17:19
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Question about condo/parking spot (owners rights)
#4
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I was hoping maybe someone here could help or has some guidance.

I live in a relatively new condo building where I had to purchase my parking spot. (Deeded property I pay tax and common charges on.)

Many residents use parts of their parking spaces for storage, some more neatly then others. As I have run out of space with my condo I have purchased an indoor/outdoor storage box that is in front of my automobile and is locked.

We just received a message from the management company today that states no storage of any type is allowed and any items in the garages will be disposed of in 7 days.

My questions:

1. Since I "own" the parking spot why does the management company have any say as to what I do with it?

2. Wouldn't this rule need to be in the deed/by-laws and if not be approved by the building/board?

3. What right does the management company have to come onto property I own and touch any of my belongings?

Posted on: 2007/9/14 14:32
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Re: New Condo Complex in Jersey City Sets Record for Penthouse Sales
#5
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So whats the over/under on this building? I say closings don't start till Jan 2010

Posted on: 2007/8/14 19:32
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Re: Approval sought for two towers on the Square (54 & 47 stories -- 1,034 apt & 3 levels of retail)
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Wow another two tower design. Very Jersey City original.

Posted on: 2007/8/8 13:46
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70-90 Columbus
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http://www.panepintoproperties.com/site.html

Am I the only one who is not looking forward to this complex?

Living in the area I have dealt with the constant construction for almost 3 years now and this building will only bring more noise, dust, garbage and traffic to the area. To me downtown Jersey City is just always in a state of flux with so many "ideas" and "promises" that never appear to happen.

What about the shear volume of these people on the PATH system? It is almost impossible to get on the train now and that is before the opening of 50 Columbus and Grove Pointe (Not even considering projects a few blocks away).

Anyone else feels the same or that the area is becoming overdeveloped?

Posted on: 2007/7/27 15:26
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Re: FYI...Interesting factoids about the Shore Club
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How would one find out about foreclosures?

Posted on: 2007/6/20 14:58
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Xpress Cut on Grove
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Anyone ever tried this place - Trying to find a good barber/place for mens haircut in the area

Posted on: 2007/4/27 20:38
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Re: Canco Lofts
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Is there office open yet? Is there any easy transportation options from this building?

Posted on: 2007/4/6 13:16
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Re: Jersey City needs to be more aggressive to woo Merrill Lynch's 48 story/2.3mil sq ft of office space
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Hes @ Goldman

Posted on: 2007/2/1 13:30
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Re: Can Tax abatments be extended?
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Thanks guys I really appreciate - Love to stay in JC but once my abatment is up I really can't afford 8K+ for a one bedroom.

Posted on: 2006/11/21 20:48
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Re: Can Tax abatments be extended?
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Anyother ideas?

Posted on: 2006/11/21 18:31
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Can Tax abatments be extended?
#14
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I live in a newly constructed building downtown. For some reason the building was only granted a 5 year abatement versus a 20 year one like so many other buildings. Is their any procedure for having the abatement extended?

Posted on: 2006/11/20 20:29
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Re: Liberty Harbor North
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Im not too concerned about construction as I have been in the middle of three huge projects the last 6 months - Do we have details on what type of brownfield it is/ what was done?

Posted on: 2006/11/15 20:20
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Liberty Harbor
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Has anyone gone and checked out the sales office? Opinions/thoughts/concerns etc - How are layouts/prices/amenities

Posted on: 2006/11/15 14:47

Edited by Webmaster on 2009/9/19 6:05:25
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Re: As prices flatten in popular suburban areas, prices still surge upwards in Jersey's cities.
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While the prices are more normal now I do wonder how this huge influx of apartments/condos and new developments will change prices - In the Waldo area for example there are currently a few units for resale. Even though these units maybe less expensive then up coming properties they are not getting the attention/price points What happens in 1.5 years when there are 8 condo buildings all with 2 blocks of each other competing for buyers??

Posted on: 2006/10/30 21:22
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Re: As prices flatten in popular suburban areas, prices still surge upwards in Jersey's cities.
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Hard to believe this article - Just go to any open house (even new construction - Waldo Lofts, Washington commons, A Condos) and see how much the prices have dropped. One unit i had an interest in WALDO lofts was dropped $100K

Posted on: 2006/10/30 14:04
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Trump Tower Info Release (10/3/2006)
#19
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So I had my appointment yesterday for the new Trump building. They are only building one as of now-

1 bedrooms will be $499K to upper $800K's
2 bedrooms will be Mid $700k's to over million
Didnt look at anything bigger or smaller than that. The amentities are great but common charges as said to be through the roof. Wont be ready untill mid 2008!!!!!! Same as everyone else - building going straight to contract and 10% down needed to hold anything.

Its amazing that JC has reached these prices considering resales go for nowhere near as much. (Ex - Dont see many one bedrooms on market for $600k!).

Posted on: 2006/10/4 12:37
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Re: Hoboken is going to give out more tax abatements to developers.
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Ok but heres my arguement - Who really thinks anyone moving into the "luxury buildings" of JC would ever send their kids to public school here. My building consists of 50 condo owners on a piece of land that used to be three rental houses. Not a single person in that building has any kids that go any public school in Jersey City

Posted on: 2006/4/12 16:21
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Jersey City to JFK
#21
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Whats best way to get back and forth from Downtown JC (Grove st) to JFK? Im sure this has been posted before

Posted on: 2006/2/14 13:31
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Re: History of www.187warren.com
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This is when I got in - first week of public avail

http://web.archive.org/web/2003120815 ... gi?about+morgan_pricelist

Posted on: 2006/1/12 13:44
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Re: Preservation Alert - Powerhouse Arts District Endangered
#23
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Who really cares about the PAD /WALDO thing anymore?? 111 is gone and its going to become condos - All the new buildings in the area are forced to provide the first units to so-called "artists" - Guess what - They cant get rid of them - 150 Bay extended the offer three times because not enough "qualified" artists signed up for the units. Stop wasting peoples time who want to move in the area and make it better - Everyone wants a whole foods etc and this is one of the only places left where something could go -

Posted on: 2005/11/22 19:16
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