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Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City Announces Added Parking Incentive

Trump Plaza Residences in Jersey City
Three Years Of Free Parking Offered With Any Condo Purchased From Today To Memorial Day

Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City is making an offer many will find hard to refuse at their luxurious residential tower in Jersey City, N.J. The offer includes a free pre-paid parking spot in their secured parking garage for three years to every buyer who makes a condominium purchase between now and May 31, 2010.
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Negative Absorption Trumps Increasing Leasing Activity in First Quarter of 2010 -Finds CB Richard Ellis

- CBRE's First Quarter 2010 New Jersey Office MarketView Report reveals that consolidations drove the leasing market, as availability rates continued to climb -

The New Jersey office market's availability rate continued to climb upward during the first quarter of 2010, despite increased leasing activity, as consolidations and renewals accounted for much of the leasing activity that did occur, finds CB Richard Ellis' First Quarter 2010 New Jersey Office MarketView report.
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Luxury Pool-Landscape Designer Gives 7 Vital Tips During National Pool Safety Month

Luxury pool and landscape designer Chris Cipriano, who has created some of the most elaborate outdoor spaces for suburbia’s rich and famous, has created a seven-step safety plan for homeowners in recognition of National Pool Safety Month, which occurs in May. Cipriano says that as pool areas and backyards become more extravagant, many with complicated components like volcanic fire pits or multi-dimensional underwater lighting, stone with naturally-cut edges and infinity pools, the risk of injury can rise if homeowners do not follow some basic safety measures.
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Colliers International Signs Four New Leases at 99 – 119 Cherry Hill Road

--Class A office complex draws diversity of tenants--

The New Jersey office of Colliers International has completed four lease transactions totaling 34,904 square feet at 99 – 119 Cherry Hill Road on behalf of landlord Normandy Real Estate Partners. The leasing at 99 – 119 Cherry Hill Road — a two-building, 189,000-square-foot Class A office complex in Parsippany, N.J. — continues recent activity in the Tri-State region for Colliers International, the world’s third largest commercial real estate services organization.
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June 8: Memory Walk Networking Event Scheduled at Heritage Pointe of Teaneck

Event Will Feature Informational Materials, Opportunities to Assist the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater New Jersey Chapter

Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, a full-service rental retirement community, will host a Memory Walk Networking Event in conjunction with the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater New Jersey Chapter on Tues., June 8 at 5:30 p.m. The event, which is free and open to the public, will provide participants with the opportunity to learn about area Memory Walks, including how to register and start a company or family team. Refreshments will be served, and informational materials on Alzheimer's disease and the Alzheimer’s Association will be available.
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NAI Hanson Selected as Exclusive Sales/Leasing Agent for Three Northern New Jersey Industrial Properties

- NAI Hanson brokers market 56,161-square-feet of industrial/flex space -

NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, has recently been selected as the exclusive sales and/or leasing agent for three properties totaling 56,161-square-feet in Northern New Jersey: 20,815-square-feet at 181 E. Halsey Road in Parsippany, 31,346-square-feet at 17-09 Zink Place in Fair Lawn and 4,000-square-feet at 190-192 Governor St. in Paterson.
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Address the Dress: Tips for Finding the Perfect Dress

Dresses. They're one-hit wonders. But for many of us who dress each day out of a closet brimming with separates, dresses can be intimidating. This season, however, fashion designers have addressed the dress in a whole new way by giving us instant comfort in stylish shifts, flowing maxis and elegant wraps. If you haven't shopped for dresses in a few years, it may be time to rethink your wardrobe.
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Paramus Human Services Shows its Appreciation

Paramus Human Services- Irene Maury, Director of the Paramus Department of Human Services, held an Appreciation Get-together at the Paramus Library. Mayor James Tedesco handed out the Commendations to everyone listed and took great joy in being able to thank the many people who volunteered their time, efforts and money for the Department of Human Services. Also present were Council President Cathy Bentz and Councilwoman Maureen O’Brien.
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Upcoming Fashion Show Fund-Raiser Promises Great Night Out Filled With Fashion, Entertainment And Prizes

Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club Event Will Feature Local Dignitaries as Models, Tricky Tray Items and Grand Door Prize

The Paramus Sunrise Rotary club, a division of Rotary International, will host its Second Annual Fashion Show, a fund-raising dinner event, on Friday, May 21, at 7 p.m. The affair will again be held at the IBEW Local 164 Training Center, located at 65 W. Century Road in Paramus, N.J. Tickets are $40 per person, which includes dinner with wine or beer. All proceeds will benefit Rotary’s Gift of Life International program, Community Blood Services, Paramus PBA, Paramus EMT and other local charities.
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The Complete Root Cellar Book by Steve Maxwell and Jennifer MacKenzie

Going back to basics and simple living, The Complete Root Cellar Book by Steve Maxwell and Jennifer MacKenzie has building plans for root cellars and recipes for the provender. One of the main reasons for a root cellar would be the economical environmental effect on storage of fruits, vegetables and preserves. Another would be that they last longer, stay fresher at a minimal cost.
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Democratic Statement On Gov. Christie's News Conference

Senate President Stephen Sweeney (D-Gloucester/Cumberland/Salem), Assembly Speaker Sheila Y. Oliver (D-Essex/Passaic), Senate Majority Leader Barbara Buono (D-Middlesex), Assembly Majority Leader Joseph Cryan (D-Union), Senate Budget and Appropriations Chairman Paul Sarlo (D-Bergen) and Assembly Budget Chairman Lou Greenwald (D-Camden) released the following statement Monday on Gov. Chris Christie’s proposed “tool kit” legislation: “We always welcome ideas to try to control government costs and property taxes, but we expect a reasonable, intelligent and in-depth discussion based on facts.
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Celebrating Englewood Hospital’s “Priceless” Volunteers

“Volunteers don’t get paid because they are worthless, but because they are priceless.” Words of wisdom from Malaak Compton-Rock at the launch of the Breakfast Club of Englewood Hospital and Medical Center on April 27. An excited group of 72 guests, mostly area residents, gathered at the Montammy Country Club in Alpine, NJ, to hear the international activist speak and have her sign their copies of her book, If It Takes a Village, Build One.
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Assembly Panel To Meet With Top N.J. Homeland Security Official Following Times Square Bombing Attempt

Panel Will Also Consider Bill to Tighten Airport Security Following January Breach at Newark

Assembly Homeland Security and State Preparedness Chairman Fred Scalera on Monday announced the panel on Thursday will meet with New Jersey’s homeland security director to discuss state readiness following the recent Times Square bombing attempt.“Those in the homeland security business know we can never rest easy, but the recent Times Square bombing attempt hopefully serves as a reminder to everyone that we must always be prepared the best we can to protect the public safety,” said Scalera (D-Essex/Passaic/Bergen). “I hope the hearing sheds some light onto our preparedness and what, if any, improvements need to be made.”
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NAI Hanson Promotes Jeffrey DeMagistris and Thomas Vetter to Vice President

- Both DeMagistris and Vetter rewarded for exceptional performance in 2009 -

NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of Jeffrey DeMagistris and Thomas Vetter from associate vice president to vice president. “Despite the instability of today’s real estate market, both Jeff and Tom had an exceptional year in 2009, completing almost one half million square feet of transactions valued at $25,000,000,” stated NAI Hanson President William Hanson, SIOR. “Their tireless work ethic and diligent manner has enabled them to positively contribute to this company during these tough economic times. As such, they are both a key part of our success at Hanson, and I am thrilled to promote them to this prominent role.”
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Baxter, Caplan, Cohen, and Latham Move to Jones Lang LaSalle to Lead New York Capital Markets Business

Baxter, Caplan, Cohen and Latham
Jones Lang LaSalle has announced that leading industry veterans Richard Baxter, Jon Caplan, Ron Cohen and Scott Latham will join the firm to lead its New York City Capital Markets business.

The foursome of Baxter, Caplan, Cohen and Latham are recognized as one of the most successful and highly regarded capital markets teams in the New York City real estate community.
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Get Healthy, Stay Healthy: Free Community Health Fair at Bergen Regional Medical Center

The Foundation at Bergen Regional Medical Center invites Bergen County residents to learn ways to get healthy and stay healthy during the Free Community Health Fair on May 20, 2010 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. Free health screenings for blood pressure, depression, lung volume, posture evaluation and grip strength tests will be available. Representatives from the hospital’s Outpatient Ambulatory Clinic will be on hand to answer questions about the hospital’s 21 ambulatory clinical specialty services. Information regarding healthcare coverage options for uninsured or underinsured New Jersey residents will be available.
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Top Democrats Unveil Plan To Save Seniors From Christie's Tax Relief Cuts

True ‘Millionaire’s Tax’ Would Eliminate Brutal Cuts to Elderly New Jerseyans

Top New Jersey Democrats on Monday unveiled a plan to eliminate Gov. Chris Christie’s proposals to hit senior and disabled citizens with increased prescription drug fees and slash their property tax relief.

The Democratic plan to protect New Jersey’s most vulnerable residents calls for restoring a one-year income tax surcharge on the 16,000 New Jerseyans with taxable incomes of at least $1 million. The millionaire’s tax would raise $637 million and eliminate Christie’s plans to force senior citizens to pay more for prescription drugs while slashing their property tax relief.
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Jones Lang LaSalle Announces Lease Extension at Halsey Corporate Center In Parsippany, N.J.

Halsey Corporate Center
Jones Lang LaSalle announced today the successful completion of a lease extension at Halsey Corporate Center. The strategically located three-story office building is located on Halsey Road in Parsippany, N.J., offering immediate access to numerous major thoroughfares and daily conveniences. The lease is an extension of General Chemical Corporation's former lease at the property.
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New Jersey to Receive Federal Matching Funds for Electronic Health Record Incentives Program

In another key step to further states’ role in developing a robust U.S. health information technology (HIT) infrastructure, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced today that New Jersey’s Medicaid program will receive federal matching funds for state planning activities necessary to implement the electronic health record (EHR) incentive program established by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Recovery Act). New Jersey will receive approximately $4.93 million in federal matching funds
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Architect Michael Graves Inducted Into the New Jersey Hall of Fame At Star-Studded Event

Graves Is First Architect To Be Inducted

Architect Michael Graves, FAIA, was recently inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame (NJHOF) at a star-studded induction ceremony at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, N.J. He was the first architect to be inducted. Graves was introduced by his friends, the Emmy-award winning television actress and former model Candice Bergen and the writer and humorist Fran Lebowitz, who is known for her ascerbic wit. They delivered a hilarious tribute to the Princeton-based architect, who is considered one of the most accomplished architects and designers of our time.

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