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1.Gebroe-Hammer Racks Up $1.38 B in YTD Sales with 93 Deals / 9,232 Units through Q3
Latest centers of trading activity are North and Central Jersey and Philadelphia Metro Livingston, N.J., October 23, 2019 – Multi-family continued to flex its muscle over office and retail investment property sales in Q3 2019 thanks to an extended rent-growth run and unquenched appetite among investors for both value-add and ...
by Post on 10/23 02:41PM - Story - 253 Hits
The Green, Electric Shuttle System Provides Free Rides to Commuter Launched in West Village and Williamsburg this July New York City (July, 2018) With, by far, the highest rate of mass transit usage and the longest mean travel time in the country, New York City’s complex network of transportation systems ...
by Post on 07/26 04:10PM - Story - 570 Hits
3.New Jersey Industrial Market Reaches Century Highs in Asking Rents, Developments as Demand for Quality Space Remains Unabated
Reports Cushman & Wakefield   EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J., October 3, 2017 – The appetite for modern warehouse space in Northern and Central New Jersey remains strong as the industrial market continues to reach historic levels, according to Cushman & Wakefield. At the end of the third quarter asking rents and ...
by Post on 10/03 11:08AM - Story - 919 Hits
4.Stroopies to make a debut at the Summer Fancy Food Show 2017
Lancaster, PA  June 16, 2017 - The Stroopie Co. is making a name for itself locally and across the United States by producing a high-quality Dutch cinnamon waffle cookie (traditionally known as the stroopwafel) and by providing meaningful employment for refugee women resettling in the local area.
by Post on 06/16 11:16AM - Story - 596 Hits
5.Colliers International Named Exclusive Agents Markets NICE Systems’ 35,000-sf Paramus Sublease
-- Class A space in heart of Bergen County; ideal for attracting a 21st century workforce -- Parsippany , NJ, March 23, 2016 – Colliers International is marketing a 35,000-square-foot office space at 461 From Road in Paramus, New Jersey on behalf of NICE Systems, which is consolidating its Paramus ...
by Post on 03/23 05:15PM - Story - 1,310 Hits
6.Valley Medical Group Selected to Join Best Practices Heart Failure Collaborative
PARAMUS, NJ, October 14, 2015 –Valley Medical Group’s Heart Failure Outpatient Transitional Care program, led by Cardiologist Kariann Abbate, M.D., has been selected to participate in the American Medical Group Association’s (AMGA) “Best Practices in Managing Patients with Heart Failure” Collaborative.  Valley’s practice was one of only 12 heart failure ...
by Post on 10/14 07:12PM - Story - 1,204 Hits
7.Yoga Classes Help Caregivers Cope with Stress
Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Offering Free Monthly Classes (Englewood, NJ)  - Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (EHMC) is offering free monthly yoga classes to caregivers. The classes include therapeutic yoga, breath work, and meditation and are designed for family members or medical professionals caring for loved ones or patients ...
by Post on 02/05 06:29PM - Story - 1,345 Hits
8.Pic’s Promising Pace Goes Unrewarded After Trying Silverstone Weekend
Arthur Pic was unable to capitalise on a strong display of race pace during 2014’s fifth GP2 Series round at Silverstone last weekend (July 4-6). The Frenchman narrowly missed out on points with 11th on Saturday, while a late-race collision on Sunday ensured he failed to finish for the first ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/07 03:04PM - Story - 1,371 Hits
9.MSPC Letter on Demand Letters
Wednesday, May 21, 2014   The Honorable Lee Terry Chairman, Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade Committee on Energy and Commerce United States House of Representatives Washington, D.C. 20515
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/22 09:53AM - Story - 985 Hits
10.Bergen Performing Arts Center New Show On Sale On Sale Friday, December 20, 2013 at 11AM 3 DOORS DOWN -Acoustic
Bergen Performing Arts Center located at 30 North Van Brunt Street in Englewood New Jersey announces exciting new show on sale Friday, December 20th- Just Announced 3 Doors Down, Tuesday, February 11th, NBC’s The Sing Off-Tour comes to bergenPAC on Tuesday, February 25th at 8PM and Don’t miss Cassandra Wilson ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/16 04:13PM - Story - 1,294 Hits
11.NRF: Retail Industry Adds 13,500 Jobs in November
The National Retail Federation today issued the following statements from NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay and Chief Economist Jack Kleinhenz on the November jobs report: “Today’s solid jobs report is welcome news that the economy is continuing to shake off the recession and adding jobs,” NRF President and CEO ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/06 03:44PM - Story - 1,049 Hits
12.New Poll: Asian American Voters Not Tied to Political Party in Key States
According to the results of an exit poll in Virginia, New Jersey, and New York, Asian American voters are open to candidates of both political parties in key states. The nonpartisan multilingual exit poll of 2,290 Asian American voters was conducted by the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/08 04:49PM - Story - 3,593 Hits
13.Retail Industry Adds 37,600 Jobs in October Gains Seen in Most Retail Sectors
... National Retail Federation today issued the following statement from NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay and Chief Economist Jack Kleinhenz on the October jobs report: “The latest jobs report, which came in stronger than anticipated, provides some positive indication that the economy and employment situation are steadily improving,” Shay said
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/08 04:36PM - Story - 1,254 Hits
14.Strong Headline Growth Masks Weak Consumer
Initial jobless claims fell 9k from 345k to 336k in the week ending November 2nd. The prior week’s claims were revised up 5k from 340k to 345k. The four-week moving average dropped from 357k to 348k. Continuing claims rose slightly from 2.86M to 2.87M in the week ending October 26th. ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/07 05:37PM - Story - 991 Hits
15.Seniors’ Home Equity Increases For Fifth Straight Quarter
Americans 62 years old and older now have more equity in their homes than at any time since mid-2008, according to data released today by the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association. The new information comes from the NRMLA/RiskSpan Reverse Mortgage Market Index (RMMI), which analyzes trends in the home values, ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/21 06:07PM - Story - 997 Hits
16.Debit Card Swipe Fee Reform Lowered Prices
Study Finds Cutting Debit Fees Put $5.8 Billion in Consumers’ Hands in 2012 & Supported the Creation of 37,501 New Jobs Annually A new economic report released today by the Merchants Payments Coalition shows that debit card swipe fee reform saved consumers and merchants billions of dollars in 2012, as ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/01 04:29PM - Story - 824 Hits
17.Alice Walker Joins 'Thank You, Ed Snowden' Campaign Pulitzer Prize Winner Sends Message: 'I Admire Your Courage'
Alice Walker Author Alice Walker has joined the PCJF's 'Thank You, Ed Snowden' campaign, which has quickly been joined by thousands of people over the last two weeks. The campaign is well on its way to 10,000 signatures and the initiative is taking off to put large "Thank You, Ed ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 09/13 04:30PM - Story - 1,531 Hits
18.Public Polling Update: Right Direction Wrong Direction
The Fairleigh Dickinson poll results released September 3rd, 2013 underline Governor Chris Christie’s fading popularity. Christie’s approval rating mirrors the “direction of the state”; voters who feel that the state is heading in the wrong direction also disapprove of the Governor. A plurality of voters felt that New Jersey was ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 09/06 01:00PM - Story - 793 Hits
19.MOTHER, MOTHER by Koren Zailckas
... who spends too much time at the office and the remaining hours with a bottle of scotch; and Josephine, whose subtle manipulations are slowly but steadily driving her family to the brink of disaster. And key to uncovering Josephine’s motives is Rose, the daughter who got away but whose presence ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/31 02:24PM - Story - 955 Hits
20.Education Goals of the March on Washington Not Yet Met:
Proposals That Ignore Segregation and Inequality Are Doomed to Fail The goal of racially integrated schools of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom has yet to be met. As a result, national efforts to raise the achievement of the most disadvantaged African American students have been impeded. In ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/28 04:39PM - Story - 1,019 Hits
21.Learning the Lessons of Boom and Bust in the UAE
... the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the Persian Gulf share much in common especially when it comes to real estate. For optimism has been growing steadily in both countries over the last few months as the world economy finally begins to emerge from the financial crisis which began criss-crossing the ...
by Angela Sanders on 08/19 03:38AM - Story - 1,679 Hits
22.Bergen Community College to Hold 44th Commencement Exercises at Izod Center Thursday, May 16, 2013
Bergen Community College’s 2,308 candidates for commencement The College will celebrate its 44th commencement exercises, with Bergen President Dr. B. Kaye Walter as the keynote speaker. The class of 2013 includes graduates from August 2012, December 2012 and May 2013. As of May 7, 2013, excluding those candidates receiving certificate ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/15 05:49PM - Story - 2,996 Hits
23.Unaware Of Tsarnaev Warnings, Boston Counterterror Unit Tracked Protesters By Michael Isikoff
Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis testifies before a House committee on the marathon bombings. (Photo: NBC News) In the fall of 2011, a key Boston police counterterror intelligence unit -- funded with millions of dollars in U.S. homeland security grants -- was closely monitoring anti-Wall Street demonstrations, including tracking the ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/10 02:38PM - Story - 956 Hits
24.National Review Online: “Cataloguing the Bush Years”
Last week’s tragic terrorist attack on the Boston marathon was a grim reminder that, while our homeland is safer today than it was before the attacks of September 11, 2001, Americans cannot take that safety for granted. The fact that we have not suffered such an attack in nearly eleven ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/24 11:42AM - Story - 816 Hits
According to the Consumer Electronics Association, the average household spent $1,555 on electronics last year, a figure that has steadily risen from the $350 annual expenditure when the association started collecting data in 1975. CNS Photo. Read the story
by Paramus Post on 09/07 07:34PM - Media Gallery - 1,140 Hits
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