Addition of industry veterans Pope and Romney supports firm's growing service platform
Jones Lang LaSalle has hired two industry veterans to join its Project and Development Services (PDS) division in New Jersey. David Pope and Christopher Romney will serve as a Senior Project Managers providing project management services to both commercial real estate owners and tenants.
The High-Holidays call for a Suit that’s “100% Kosher”
Just in time for the High Holidays, Hackensack custom suit maker Mohan’s Custom Tailors located at the Shops at Riverside, has introduced the ‘Kosher Suit’ —a suit kosher enough to be worn by the city’s leading Rabbinical authorities and religious leaders, and cool enough to be worn by Jewish hipsters and fashion savvy temple-goers.
The Zoning Board of Adjustment of the Borough of Paramus will hold another public hearing on Thursday, October 14, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. at the Borough Hall, Jockish Square, Paramus, New Jersey, on the application of Shamrock Creek, LLC for a use variance, preliminary and final site plan approval and other variance relief to construct a townhouse and garden home complex consisting of 36 townhouses and 104 garden homes (condominiums) located in fifteen (15) separate buildings and clubhouse at the premises known as Block 7706, Lot 1 on the Tax Map of the Borough of Paramus and more commonly known as Soldier Hill Road, Paramus, New Jersey.
More than 40 members from area Rotary clubs and those interested in becoming members attended a recent “Meet and Greet” event hosted by The Allendale Community for Mature Living http://www.allendalecommunity.com/ and held at The Atrium, in honor of the new Allendale/Saddle River Rotary Club. Guests dined on a buffet dinner prepared by the Community’s chef while enjoying friendly conversation.
Sunday, November 21, 11 a.m., the Puffin Foundation, 20 Puffin Way, Teaneck: Join Bob McGrath, of Teaneck and Sesame Street, at the Teaneck International Film Festival’s program for children 3 – 8 years old when TIFF presents the NY International Children’s Film Festival KID FLIX MIX 2010. The 66-minute program features outstanding animated and live action shorts from around the world.
Mark Distler, that omnipresent Paramus resident mentioned that their would be a party at the Paramus Pool on Thursday evening. He asked www.ParamusPost.com to stop by. Mark is involved in so many good things that it is difficult to resist a request. He’s still deeply involved in Save Our Wetlands along with Ed Onorato. Knowing that this was for our Paramus youth provided the incentive.
In its continuing effort of providing interesting topics of discussion, the guest speaker at this past week’s Teaneck Rotary lunch meeting was Judy Distler, Fundraising/Development Director, for the Teaneck International Film Festival (TIFF).
This year will be the Film Festivals’ 5th annual event and will take place November 19-21 (the week-end before Thanksgiving) providing thought provoking and stimulating film selections.
Opening day may have been good for Tiger Woods, but was kind of a snafu day for this reporter.
Having passed up an online press application as too complicated, an invitation to Meet and Greet with Kenny Perry’s Coaching Staff at the Barclays was eagerly accepted. An offer of a Gate Pass and entry to the Media Center for credentials was forthcoming. An update about parking and transportation listed Lot # 5 at the Westfield Garden State Plaza Shopping Center.
Limited Opportunities to Buy Remain at Intimate Morris County, N.J., Enclave
With sales underway at Building 9, the final phase at Viera at Hanover Township, developer Sterling Properties has announced new, value-driven pricing for the small number of remaining homes at the exclusive active-adult community. Homes at Viera are now priced from $549,000 — an incredible value for opulent homes located in the heart of prestigious Morris County, N.J.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke today announced $1.3 million in U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) grant funds to the New York State Trade Adjustment Assistance Center (TAAC) of Binghamton, N.Y., to help the state adjust to increasing competition in the global marketplace and create jobs to bolster the local economy.
When is it too late to start “healthy aging”? According to Healthy Aging®, a national health initiative, it’s never too late. September is National Healthy Aging Month, so why not start or improve your healthy lifestyle now? There are a number of things you can do to improve your physical, mental and even social health as you age.
• Save your eyes The most important thing you can do for yourself is to get an annual eye exam. Most Americans do not know the risks and warning signs of diseases - like diabetes, glaucoma, cataracts and age-related macular degeneration - that could blind them if they don't seek timely detection and treatment, according to recent findings of the Survey of Public Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Related to Eye Health and Disease.
Colliers International has completed a long-term, 11,492-square-foot relocation on behalf of Taylor Management Company at 80 South Jefferson Road in Whippany, N.J. The Colliers International New Jersey leasing team of Doug Rowe and Leslie Meril represented Taylor Management, a leader in property management for community settings, which is relocating from 100 East Hanover Avenue in Cedar Knolls, N.J.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services expanded Medicare coverage of evidence-based tobacco cessation counseling, removing a barrier to treatment for all tobacco users covered by Medicare.
Before today’s decision, Medicare had covered tobacco counseling only for individuals diagnosed with a recognized tobacco-related disease or showed signs or symptoms of such a disease. Under the new coverage, any smoker covered by Medicare will be able to receive tobacco cessation counseling from a qualified physician or other Medicare-recognized practitioner who can work with them to help them stop using tobacco. All Medicare beneficiaries will continue to have access to smoking-cessation prescription medication through the Medicare Prescription Drug Program (Part D).
Joe DioGuardi, Conservative Party nominee and GOP candidate for the U.S. Senate, today outlined his jobs agenda while touring the Hipotronics manufacturing facility in Brewster, N.Y. "Job growth is lagging because the government has absorbed private investment capital through increased taxes and a skyrocketing national debt," said DioGuardi. "We need to allow entrepreneurs, small business owners and large companies to invest in new product lines and a new workforce. Senator Gillibrand has voted twice to raise the debt ceiling and she voted for Obama's $787 billion 'stimulus' bill. Her actions in Washington have only placed heavier financial burdens on job creators and American taxpayers. She has not put New York back to work, but as one of the Empire State's two U.S. Senators, I will."
Alfred Sanzari Enterprises, one of Northern New Jersey's oldest and most respected real estate owners and developers, has announced that Enor Corporation has signed a 52,100-square-foot lease to occupy the entirety of 10 Maple Street in Norwood, N.J. "In these challenging economic times, we are extremely pleased to have been able to accommodate the needs of Enor Corporation in its search for centrally located warehouse space that affords expedient access for both its employees and distribution services," said Frank Pratt, vice president of leasing for Alfred Sanzari Enterprises.
Area Seniors Encouraged to Register for Preventive Assessments
The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living will host a series of specialized health screenings designed to save lives and prevent debilitating strokes and cardiovascular conditions as part of its Annual Health Fair on Saturday, September 11. The screenings will be held at The Atrium, offering residential living with supportive services on the Allendale Community campus.
An expanded format, a bevy of generous supporters and a gorgeous venue are among the many highlights of this year’s Englewood Hospital Golf Classic, a signature event of Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Foundation. Golf buffs are marking their calendars for this always eagerly anticipated outing, to be held at Knickerbocker Country Club, 188 Knickerbocker Road, Tenafly, NJ, on Tuesday, September 14. This year’s Classic features two shotgun starts, 7:30 AM and 12:30 PM. Breakfast and registration will begin at 6:30 AM for the morning round, and lunch and registration will begin at 11:00 AM for the afternoon round. After a great day of sport and good company, players can look forward to cocktails and a delicious buffet at 5:30PM with the many specialties of the house.
“A Eulogy for Vincent” will be performed at Bergen Community College, September 22, 2010
A Eulogy for Vincent,” a one-act play that depicts the life of impressionist artist Vincent Van Gogh, will be performed in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre at Bergen Community College’s main campus at 400 Paramus Road in Paramus at 12:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 22, 2010. Admission is free. A question and answer session will follow both performances. The play showcases Van Gogh as a tormented genius through a series of letters he and his brother Theo wrote to one another throughout the last 20 years of their lives. The performance features a slide show of Van Gogh’s works and pictures of important people who influenced his life.