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Re: Metal Scrap Yard
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You will need to go to a junk yard or auto salvage yard. Most scrap yards/recyclers are in the business of buying metal, not selling it to the public.

Posted on: 2008/8/27 14:27
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Re: best time to sell?
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My condolences on your loss.

Most maintenance companies will want you to have commercial insurance if you decide to rent out both units in your building. Commercial is more expensive than traditional insurance, so it's another expense to consider if you decide to rent out the whole bldg.

I think you're probably looking at $250-350 a month for a maintenance company.

Posted on: 2007/7/18 20:09
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Re: Sawadee Thai Restaurant
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I also went last night, very good food. I thought the cost was resonable too. Thai dumplings were great.
We'll be going back soon. Had the reisling with the food, worked well with the spice.

Posted on: 2007/6/21 14:00
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Re: Rem Koolhaas to design 111 First
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NJ.com has photos and this brief on the project.


NJ.com
Famed architect unveils design for 111 First St.

One of the world's leading architects laid out his ambitious designs for the controversial 111 First St. site, prompting officials to label the proposal a turning point in the city's transformation into a internationally recognizable metropolis.

"The time has come to do a building that is less typical," said famed architect Rem Koolhaas, whose award-winning portfolio includes the Seattle Public Library, the Prada stores in New York and Los Angeles and the China Central Television Headquarters in Beijing.

Koolhaas unveiled the design this morning at the Jersey City Museum.

The radical design calls for three blocks stacked on top of each other, with each block rotating 90 degrees to give the building what one official described as a "Rubik's Cube" look.

"This is the most cutting edge piece of architecture I have seen in my career," said Bob Cotter, the city's planning czar.

In a number of ways, the unusual design can be viewed as a visual indictment of the "cookie-cutter" high-rises that are dominating the city's skyline these days, according to some city officials at the press conference.

Posted on: 2007/2/26 20:58
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Re: Developer Pay-to-Play Press Release- Steven Fulop
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This is a great step.

Posted on: 2007/1/3 21:03
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Re: Steven Fulop - Newark Avenue Update
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Thanks Steve. I like the plan. Hopefully it will keep people from parking on the sidewalk as well.

Posted on: 2006/11/20 16:53
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