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Re: Determining 2 vs 3 family
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no, there's two units above me (one on each floor) and then my basement unit.

Posted on: 2012/3/1 13:42
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Re: Determining 2 vs 3 family
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Just of curiosity I looked up the building I rent in and got this code: 2S-BT-F-D-3U-H

I rent the basement unit, so I think that's what "BT" stands for.

Posted on: 2012/2/27 1:08
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Re: 150 Bay St Construction
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my god what a terrible website

are they all rentals, or purchasable? what price ranges? what kind of sq footage? how about pictures of the roof-deck units? how about any useful information at all instead of cheesey flash fade-in/fade-out animations and pointless music.

Posted on: 2011/6/13 5:10
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Re: Landscaping (no really, in JC)
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GrovePath wrote:

Is your basement apartment Downtown?
yep

btw, thanks to the moderator who merged my new thread into this, there's great info here, I feel like an idiot for not searching first.

Looking at some of these designs (and prices) they're awesome but way more 'design'-ish than I'm looking. I'm more looking for labor with some experience.

Posted on: 2011/4/26 17:05
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Landscaping (no really, in JC)
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I have a small yard with my apartment which is in pretty rough shape. I'm interested in finding a landscaper who can just do a quick simple job on a 20x40 plot. Probably just tear out the busted walkway and re-sod, but ideally I a pro who could make sure I'm not doing anything dumb with drainage so I don't flood my basement apartment.

So anyone know landscapers who do simple small/urban plots on the cheap?

Posted on: 2011/4/25 16:09
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Re: Grocery stores in downtown JC (close to Grove PATH)?
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La Conga is about 350ft from your front door

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&sourc ... istopher+Columbus+Dr+%237,+Jersey+City,+NJ+07302-5566+(Grove+Pointe+Rentals)&daddr=352+grove+st,+jersey+city,+NJ+07302+(la+conga+supermarket)&hl=en&geocode=FfFTbQIdbDWW-yHAiwoX4JEgug%3BFQVabQIdwjKW-yktciNsslDCiTGNeU_qyVb35g&mra=ltm&dirflg=w&sll=40.719975,-74.041905&sspn=0.002008,0.004128&ie=UTF8&ll=40.720116,-74.042455&spn=0.002008,0.004128&z=19

Posted on: 2011/1/7 19:02
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Re: Will PSE&G Solar Panels be Placed in Front of your Historic Home? They are coming soon to JC!
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Hey thanks for posting this, these are awesome. Distributed solar generation with realtime two way data is a pretty epic step forward, I didn't know we were already taking it here in NJ. Honestly even if these are flat out money losing they will advance smartgrid implementation experience more than enough to make them worth it.

Kinda wish I got a BS in EE instead of IT so I could go join them.

Posted on: 2010/8/3 16:58
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Re: The Saffron - 213 Newark Avenue
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They just changed the advertising out front from listing 1 and 2br units for sale to listing 1br units for rent and 2br's for sale.

Posted on: 2010/6/15 21:45
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Re: Taxi fare - From New York City to Jersey City
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remember to have cash, when they do the $40 flat-fee thing its with the meter off so they can't take credit.

Posted on: 2010/6/1 1:20
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Re: Where is the best french toast in jersey city?
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The best is from The Little Sandwich Shop, but you can't really go there for brunch you gotta get it takeout or delivery.

The second-best is from Light Horse Tavern, but the whole meal is probably gonna cost you $50/head.

Posted on: 2010/6/1 1:15
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Re: Solar panels in Jersey City--has anyone gone through the process with the city?
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New2JCHeights just a personal request, *please* share with us how it goes.

Posted on: 2010/4/10 18:32
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Re: Electromagnetic fields: New, giant power-line towers will soon dot northern New Jersey & Jersey
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I love how many words its jammed with to show what basically one to-scale example picture and one map-route picture could have shown. Can't do that though, we're newspaper reporters.

That plus the scaremonger anecdotal evidence both before and after the qualified professional quote. No attempt at all to address any possible health, efficiency, or economic difference between the new and old design.

Oh well, problems gonna solve itself when they're out of biz in a few years.

Posted on: 2010/3/30 2:56
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Re: does anyone know anything about the building called The Wave?
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I live on the opposite-diagonal corner. One thing to be wary of is the firetrucks and ambulances headed into the rest of jersey city come up monmouth and go west on newark at all hours with their sirens blaring. Its quite loud, I don't even think twice about pausing my DVR and waiting the ~10 seconds for them to pass. If you're a light sleeper it'll be tourture.

Posted on: 2010/3/18 13:05
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