New York Architecture: Old and New

Jul 10, 14 New York Architecture: Old and New

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Along with New York’s burgeoning economy, there is a real estate boom. This is having a positive impact on architectures, builders and engineers alike, boosting their businesses. According to recent data from Crain’s, in 2013, thousands of jobs were added in top architecture, construction and engineering firms, marking an 8 percent...

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Brooklyn Brands Booming Big Time

Jun 29, 14 Brooklyn Brands Booming Big Time

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Brooklyn is so fab these days that wannabes are trying to copy us, so we are now taking some serious steps to prevent that from happening. Last week the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce kicked-off a “Brooklyn Made” program in order to certify the authenticity of products who dare to claim that they are actually and 100% truly “Made in...

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VitaminWater Ad Campaign Raises the Bar for Cool Advertising

Apr 28, 14 VitaminWater Ad Campaign Raises the Bar for Cool Advertising

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You may have thought VitaminWater, an energy drink formerly owned by entrepreneur Darius Bikoff, only supplied energy to humans who drink it. If you thought that, however, you would be wrong. In a clever and useful ad campaign found at bus shelters in several cities nationwide commuters can connect their mobile devices a...

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Steven P. Rosenthal – Opportunities and Balance

Apr 03, 14 Steven P. Rosenthal – Opportunities and Balance

Posted by in All, Boston, Business, Real Estate

Steven P. Rosenthal and Northland Investment Corporation utilize a large number of sources to find real estate deals. They do not hesitate to seek out brokers, title companies, local contacts and its in-house managers to find the best transactions. Rosenthal, Northland’s President and CEO, explains: “We’re going to be...

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Nothing to Sneeze At: De Blasio Signs Expanded Sick-Leave Law

Mar 24, 14 Nothing to Sneeze At: De Blasio Signs Expanded Sick-Leave Law

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Despite the objections of small businesses, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into law a more inclusive version of the paid-sick-leave mandate which was enacted last year. Last year the private sector said that business expenses would increase as a result of the expanded law and vigorously voiced their opposition. This time... blendtec coupon code | TrixTV

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Iconic Junior’s Leaving Original Premises to Make Way for High-Rise Condo

Mar 17, 14 Iconic Junior’s Leaving Original Premises to Make Way for High-Rise Condo

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Cashing-in on the sweet real estate market now engulfing Brooklyn, the Rosen family, owners of Junior’s, finally agreed to sell their two-story restaurant to a developer who plans to build a tower of unknown height. Junior’s, which first opened for business in 1950, specializes, and is famous for, it’s luscious Brooklyn cheesecake....

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