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Re: Do you recommend particular Roofer?
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S&S just completed a completed removal (4 layers!) and replacement of my flat roof and did a really incredible job. They worked with tremendous attention to detail and their price was 25% less than capitol. I'm not easy to work for but he was great. Highly recommended.

Posted on: 2014/7/4 2:48
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Re: Moving to Journal/McGinley Square
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I also live in McGinley Square and really enjoy it. Welcome to the neighborhood!

Posted on: 2013/12/26 0:02
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Re: Wood-siding in Heights
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Rutgers Painting is the standard in northern Jersey for exterior wood restoration. I've worked on multiple projects that they've been a part of. Really good stuff.

Rutgers Painting

Posted on: 2012/10/23 13:29
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Re: Determining 2 vs 3 family
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I'm experiencing the same situation with a house I'm considering purchasing. City hall and my lender are each telling me the house is zoned differently and it's impacting the type of mortgage I'll need. Can anyone tell me how to read this code: 3S-B-C-2U-NH ?

Posted on: 2012/2/12 18:56
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Re: Bergen Lafayette?
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sweet...which specific areas/streets are a better bet?

Posted on: 2011/6/24 4:03
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Re: Bergen Lafayette?
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I'm absolutely giving this area strong consideration for purchasing a house. This is a great conversation, additional input from owners would be great.

Posted on: 2011/6/22 20:45
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Re: Bergen Lafayette?
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I want to like this area and consider it when buying, but after driving through over the last couple of days, I'm not really seeing nor feeling it. There definitely are some pretty brownstones, but I didn't see much more. Maybe I'm not passing through the right streets/neighborhoods.

Any specific street and neighborhood suggestions are appreciated!

Posted on: 2011/3/30 2:05
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Re: ox restaurant
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I wonder how long the space will sit vacant? I don't think it's in a bad location, it may not be on Grove but it's insulated by enough solid neighborhoods to support a decent restaurant.

Posted on: 2010/4/10 14:01
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Re: bored with JC restaurants
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I find myself going to the same restaurants. There are not a ton on choices and I don't exactly understand why. I think they're are enough people around to support more restaurants/bars. Maybe the exodus of people to Manhattan during the day limits lunchtime business?

I often wonder why Grove Street isn't more like Park Slope.

Posted on: 2010/4/10 13:27
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Re: Best pizza in JC????
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I'm generally not thrilled with the pizza around town. While I till think average pizza tastes good, it's hard for me to compare JC pizza to real wood fired pizza spots in across the river (Company, Motorino, etc). To me, the options here are about average for "slices joints", but not much beyond that.

Posted on: 2010/4/10 13:20
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