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Crossroads Bourbon Whiskey

Crossroads Bourbon Whiskey


Jersey Spirits Distilling Company
Like This Page · January 3 · Edited ·

Starting to bottle our double barrel Crossroads Bourbon Whiskey collaboration with Alementary Brewing Co today. One of a kind run second barreled in a barrel we gave Alementary to age their Figgy Pudding beer. Stay tuned as this was a 10 gallon barrel and it will be a limited release later this month.


News Posted Mon, Jan 8th, 2018 By Jersey Spirits Distilling Company

Make Sure you are Prepared for Winter Storm Grayson

Bobcat of North Jersey

Frigid Weather is Here and Snow is on the Way....

 

Please Start and Run your Bobcats to Make Sure they are Ready

 

Check your Batteries

 

Check your Fluids

 

Have back up Fuel Filters and Fuel Conditioner

 

Make sure your Wiper Blades are working and NOT Frozen to the windshield

 

Don't wait until its too late to call for Maintenance or replacement Parts


News Posted Wed, Jan 3rd, 2018 By www.NJBobcat.com

Will home prices plummet in 2018 due to the new tax law?

Hello and Happy New Year.

Real estate sales in 2017 were nothing short of phenomenal – led decisively by Millennials purchasing homes – a trend that will continue to drive home sales going forward. But the year ended with a big question about home prices. What really will happen to NJ home values in 2018, now that the new tax plan has become law and real estate related deductions are limited?

Due to a surge of questions about exactly this, I will be taking a class on January 9th from the largest home appraiser in NJ for answers on how the new tax law will specifically affect our home values. We all know by now how it will affect our taxes but “will it cause home prices to drop” is the question everyone wants answered. Expect a response in a few weeks.

And as always, thank you for your wonderful testimonials and referrals in 2017. I really love bringing buyers and sellers together and always appreciate your help doing it.

Wishing you a very happy and healthy New Year. All the best in 2018.


News Posted Wed, Jan 3rd, 2018 By Adrienne Francis

Preparing for Old Man Winter

Perpare for Winter

Winter's cold temperatures, heavy snow and wind can cause damage to poles, wires and substations, requiring crews to make repairs in difficult conditions. To prepare for winter, JCP&L is performing inspections and maintenance on weather-sensitive equipment. Doing this work now can help keep your power on when the season is at its worst.


News Posted Tue, Dec 19th, 2017 By PSE&G

Tech Giants Leading the Charge Toward Smart Cities

Smart Cities

There is a lot of talk about smart cities that are being built, or in the works, and it could spell big changes for the commercial real estate industry.


Just as Amazon is changing the face of CRE with its purchase of Whole Foods and its expansion into other areas of physical retail real estate, as well as planning a second headquarters that will likely have smart-city elements, certain firms and organizations are now rethinking how an entire community can be built from scratch.

If they have a successful hunch, it could drastically change how offices and shopping/entertainment environments are developed in the future, and the players being mentioned for these prospects are not small names.


News Posted Fri, Dec 1st, 2017 By IAN RITTER

New BOMA Standard: What Size is Your Office Building Really?

Office Building

Need more proof that the way millennials work is impacting office real estate? Just take a look at how demand for outdoor spaces to attract young talent is changing how buildings are being measured.

Popular outdoor amenities like balconies, covered galleries and finished rooftop terraces that are for exclusive use by a tenant may now be included in the rentable square footage calculation of an office building. 

This is one of the significant changes that the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International has made in its latest update to its floor measurement standard for office buildings. The guide, released in October, is called the BOMA 2017 For Office Buildings: Standard Methods of Measurement. BOMA has been the go-to source in floor measurement standards since 1915.

The last time the standard was updated was in 2010 and obviously the way tenants use space has changed dramatically since then. Previously, rentable square footage calculations didn’t adequately account for these outdoor spaces. This update should lead to an increase in a building’s rentable area


“The 2017 standard really reflects the changes that are happening in the marketplace,” BOMA International Chair Rob Brierley told VTS. He’s also an executive vice president at Colliers Boston. “There has been such an increasing demand for well-appointed exterior amenities like balconies, covered galleries and finished rooftop terraces. If the tenant is taking advantage of it, the rationality is they should also now include it as part of the rentable square footage… It’s a more clear and accurate representation of how tenants are actually using space.”


News Posted Mon, Nov 6th, 2017 By LIZ WOLF
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