Minchau Homes For Sale – Minchau Real Estate Foreclosures

12 January, 2011

A song For A Fallen Brother. RIP

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Downtown Homes For Sale – Downtown Real Estate Foreclosures

11 January, 2011

CPA Near Downtown Houston, TX – Accountants Near Downtown Houston, Texas

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Downtown Homes For Sale – Downtown Real Estate Foreclosures

09 January, 2011

Downtown Los Angeles has undergone a major transformation during the last decade. Following the passage of the Adaptive Reuse Ordinance in 1999, a swell of ground-up and historic rehabilitation projects kicked off and gained momentum through the last decade. Downtown L.A. now has over 40,000 permanent residents and a daytime population of over 500,000, spread throughout several communities and neighborhoods. But this wave of revitalization unfortunately has not resulted in public transit options that can effectively circulate these residents and workers throughout the day and night.

To fill this transportation void, a modern streetcar system is being proposed as the ideal medium to connect Downtown’s abundance of cultural and entertainment destinations, residential and office buildings, and future developments. Streetcars are major urban and economic development tools because they provide investors, developers, and potential renters/buyers assurance that their offices, properties, and projects will have permanent access to public transit. In addition, a streetcar system in Downtown L.A. will close the geographic and “travel distance” gap between the area’s neighborhoods. Currently it is simply too arduous to walk across Downtown from its edges, and parking multiple times throughout the course of a day can be expensive, cumbersome, and time-consuming.

 

Larger than a bus, but smaller than a light-rail vehicle, streetcars run on fixed rails embedded in public streets, moving with the flow of traffic. They have proven to be serious economic development tools, spurring substantial investment and community development in numerous U.S. cities – such as Portland, OR, Seattle, WA, and Tampa, FL. Streetcar systems have proven to be economic development tools because they deliver pedestrian traffic that assures developers, investors, and cities that their projects will have high levels of street-front and ground floor activity – which are critical criteria for commercial and retail tenants. These investments are targeted to capture increased foot traffic sales, and take advantage of increases in location desirability and connectivity to transit networks. Modern streetcars are designed to integrate with existing urban environments and street corridors, and do not require dedicated rights-of-way.

 

Downtown L.A.’s current transportation system does not provide the “last mile” of transit connections needed to support and stimulate extensive pedestrian activity. Downtown has many transit options, but they do not provide efficient service between major destinations and transit networks and this has created a gap in that “last mile” of service. Transit challenges arise when people attend many events or venues and try to circulate between them. Despite Downtown’s compact size, it’s difficult to have dinner in South Park or at L.A. LIVE and then attend a performance at the Walt Disney Concert Hall without driving or taking a taxi. More simple things, like buying groceries at Downtown’s only major grocery store, Ralph’s, and then getting them to a loft in the Historic Core is difficult to accomplish without an automobile. As a result, people continue to use their cars to get around Downtown L.A.

 

In 2009, Downtown Los Angeles property owners, businesses leaders, and civic stakeholders founded , and the “goLAstreetcar” initiative with the shared vision of designing, planning and operating a modern streetcar system in Downtown Los Angeles. Los Angeles Streetcar, Inc., is modeled after the successful public/private partnerships that built modern streetcar systems in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington. This initiative has been generating steady support for the project, including embarking on a formal environmental review process. A strong argument in favor of a Downtown L.A. streetcar system is the area’s integration with existing and future regional transit connections. Over 100 bus lines, at least five existing and future rail connections, and a number of freeways all converge on the downtown area. And within downtown, the streetcar has the potential to increase urban circulation, connect neighborhoods, and make access to cultural, entertainment, and recreational sites much easier. Despite the preconception many may hold, modern streetcars are clean, quiet, and sustainable modes of transportation. They are powered by electricity, emit zero local-source emissions, and produce minimal noise during operation. Other cities that have implemented modern streetcar systems have experienced significant system-wide ridership increases, as streetcars increase the urban connectivity of regional transit networks.

 

While the current economic climate presents many challenges for development projects, the streetcar can be seen as a catalyst to stimulate long-term investment and growth. Current cost projections estimate the system will cost 0-5 million to build and between – million annually to operate. Many community members and leaders believe the streetcar will be the critical element needed to foster a vibrant, walkable urban core.

Construction of streetcar systems are not technically challenging, yet Downtown L.A. has an aging infrastructure of utility lines, roadways, pipes, and other underground-infrastructure that will require significant preparation. Other cities have faced this challenge by designing tracks to fit into shallow trenches (roughly 12 to 18 inches deep) that minimally disturb the ground and existing utilities. Design, engineering, and construction of modern streetcar systems typically take 2-3 years to complete.

The big challenge is finding an effective balance of public/private dollars. With an estimated cost of 0-5 million, a blend of public and private funding is being identified to find the best compromise and partnership between all stakeholders. Contributions from private partners cannot be so high that it no longer incentivizes their involvement, effectively stalling the progress of the project. The costs to property owners, tenants, and residents needs to be negotiated effectively to ensure the partnership can move ahead with the remaining funds coming from federal, state, and local sources.

Federal funding for streetcar initiatives nationwide has dramatically increased with the change in administrations – over 4 million was allocated to streetcars via federal stimulus dollars (TIGER Grants), with another 5 million being made available through the Federal Transportation Agency’s Section 5309 Exempt Grant program. To compete for these and future funds, the Downtown L.A. streetcar project has formed partnerships with several L.A. City Departments, the Community Redevelopment Agency, METRO, State and Congressional representatives, and numerous civic and business organizations. With this level of support, the is making progress to bring a streetcar system to Downtown within a few short years.

For more information about Los Angeles Streetcar, Inc., please visit www.golastreetcar.org.

 

The author, Eric Metz, is an Associate at Urban One, a boutique Los Angeles Development and Project Management firm that manages the streetcar initiative. Urban One specializes Development Management, Construction Management, & Investment Management in the arenas of Real Estate, Infrastructure, and Transit. Let Urban One help plan your next development project. Visit us for a free consultation at www.urbanone.com.

 

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Jasper Ave. Homes For Sale – Jasper Ave. Real Estate Foreclosures

08 January, 2011

Childhood

Andy Warhol was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was the fourth child of Ondrej Warhola and Ulja, whose first child was born in their homeland and died before their migration to the U.S. His parents were working-class immigrants from Mik (now called Mikov), in northeastern Slovakia, then part of Austro-Hungarian Empire. Warhol’s father immigrated to the US in 1914, and his mother joined him in 1921, after the death of Andy Warhol’s grandparents. Warhol’s father worked in a coal mine. The family lived at 55 Beelen Street and later at 3252 Dawson Street in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The family was Byzantine Catholic and attended St. John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic Church. Andy Warhol had two older brothers, Jn and Pavol, who were born in today’s Slovakia. Pavol’s son, James Warhola, became a successful children’s book illustrator.

In third grade, Warhol had chorea, a nervous system disease that causes involuntary movements of the extremities, which is believed to be a complication of scarlet fever and causes skin pigmentation blotchiness. He became a hypochondriac, developing a fear of hospitals and doctors. Often bed-ridden as a child, he became an outcast among his school-mates and bonded strongly with his mother. At times when he was confined to bed, he drew, listened to the radio and collected pictures of movie stars around his bed. Warhol later described this period as very important in the development of his personality, skill-set and preferences.

Early career

Warhol showed early artistic talent and studied commercial art at the School of Fine Arts at Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (now Carnegie Mellon University). In 1949, he moved to New York City and began a successful career in magazine illustration and advertising. During the 1950s, he gained fame for his whimsical ink drawings of shoe advertisements. These were done in a loose, blotted-ink style, and figured in some of his earliest showings at the Bodley Gallery in New York. With the concurrent rapid expansion of the record industry and the introduction of the vinyl record, Hi-Fi, and stereophonic recordings, RCA Records hired Warhol, along with another freelance artist, Sid Maurer, to design album covers and promotional materials.

Campbell’s Soup I (1968)

1960s

His first one-man art-gallery exhibition as a fine artist was on July 9, 1962, in the Ferus Gallery of Los Angeles. The exhibition marked the West Coast debut of pop art. Andy Warhol’s first New York solo Pop exhibit was hosted at Eleanor Ward’s Stable Gallery November 6-24, 1962. The exhibit included the works Marilyn Diptych, 100 Soup Cans, 100 Coke Bottles and 100 Dollar Bills. At the Stable Gallery exhibit, the artist met for the first time John Giorno who would star in Warhol’s first film, Sleep, in 1963.[citation needed]

It was during the 1960s that Warhol began to make paintings of iconic American products such as Campbell’s Soup Cans and Coca-Cola bottles, as well as paintings of celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Troy Donahue, Muhammad Ali and Elizabeth Taylor. He founded “The Factory”, his studio during these years, and gathered around himself a wide range of artists, writers, musicians, and underground celebrities. He began producing prints using the silkscreen method. His work became popular and controversial.

Among the imagery tackled by Warhol were dollar bills, celebrities and brand name products. He also used as imagery for his paintings newspaper headlines or photographs of mushroom clouds, electric chairs, and police dogs attacking civil rights protesters. Warhol also used Coca Cola bottles as subject matter for paintings. He had this to say about Coca Cola:

What’s great about this country is that America started the tradition where the richest consumers buy essentially the same things as the poorest. You can be watching TV and see Coca Cola, and you know that the President drinks Coca Cola, Liz Taylor drinks Coca Cola, and just think, you can drink Coca Cola, too. A coke is a coke and no amount of money can get you a better coke than the one the bum on the corner is drinking. All the cokes are the same and all the cokes are good. Liz Taylor knows it, the President knows it, the bum knows it, and you know it.

New York’s Museum of Modern Art hosted a Symposium on pop art in December 1962 during which artists like Warhol were attacked for “capitulating” to consumerism. Critics were scandalized by Warhol’s open embrace of market culture. This symposium set the tone for Warhol’s reception. Throughout the decade it became more and more clear that there had been a profound change in the culture of the art world, and that Warhol was at the center of that shift.[citation needed]

Campbell’s Tomato Juice Box (1964)

A pivotal event was the 1964 exhibit The American Supermarket, a show held in Paul Bianchini’s Upper East Side gallery. The show was presented as a typical U.S. small supermarket environment, except that everything in it from the produce, canned goods, meat, posters on the wall, etc. was created by six prominent pop artists of the time, among them the controversial (and like-minded) Billy Apple, Mary Inman, and Robert Watts. Warhol’s painting of a can of Campbell’s soup cost ,500 while each autographed can sold for . The exhibit was one of the first mass events that directly confronted the general public with both pop art and the perennial question of what art is (or of what is art and what is not).[citation needed]

As an advertisement illustrator in the 1950s, Warhol used assistants to increase his productivity. Collaboration would remain a defining (and controversial) aspect of his working methods throughout his career; in the 1960s, however, this was particularly true. One of the most important collaborators during this period was Gerard Malanga. Malanga assisted the artist with producing silkscreens, films, sculpture, and other works at “The Factory”, Warhol’s aluminum foil-and-silver-paint-lined studio on 47th Street (later moved to Broadway). Other members of Warhol’s Factory crowd included Freddie Herko, Ondine, Ronald Tavel, Mary Woronov, Billy Name, and Brigid Berlin (from whom he apparently got the idea to tape-record his phone conversations).

During the ’60s, Warhol also groomed a retinue of bohemian eccentrics upon whom he bestowed the designation “Superstars”, including Edie Sedgwick, Viva, Ultra Violet, and Candy Darling. These people all participated in the Factory films, and some like Berlin remained friends with Warhol until his death. Important figures in the New York underground art/cinema world, such as writer John Giorno and film-maker Jack Smith, also appear in Warhol films of the 1960s, revealing Warhol’s connections to a diverse range of artistic scenes during this period.

Attempted assassination

On June 3, 1968, Valerie Solanas shot Warhol and art critic and curator Mario Amaya at Warhol’s studio. Before the shooting, Solanas had been a marginal figure in the Factory scene. She founded a “group” called S.C.U.M. (Society for Cutting Up Men) and authored the S.C.U.M. Manifesto, a separatist feminist attack on patriarchy. Over the years, Solanas’ manifesto has found a following. Solanas appears in the 1968 Warhol film I, A Man. Earlier on the day of the attack, Solanas had been turned away from the Factory after asking for the return of a script she had given to Warhol. The script, apparently, had been misplaced.

Amaya received only minor injuries and was released from the hospital later the same day. Warhol however, was seriously wounded by the attack and barely survived (surgeons opened his chest and massaged his heart to help stimulate its movement again). He suffered physical effects for the rest of his life. The shooting had a profound effect on Warhol’s life and art.

Solanas was arrested the day after the assault. By way of explanation, she said that “He had too much control over my life,” following which she was eventually sentenced to three years under the control of the department of corrections. After the shooting, the Factory scene became much more tightly controlled, and for many this event brought the “Factory 60s” to an end. The shooting was mostly overshadowed in the media due to the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy two days later.

Warhol had this to say about the attack: “Before I was shot, I always thought that I was more half-there than all-there  I always suspected that I was watching TV instead of living life. People sometimes say that the way things happen in movies is unreal, but actually it’s the way things happen in life that’s unreal. The movies make emotions look so strong and real, whereas when things really do happen to you, it’s like watching television  you don’t feel anything. Right when I was being shot and ever since, I knew that I was watching television. The channels switch, but it’s all television.”

1970s

Andy Warhol and Jimmy Carter in 1977

Compared to the success and scandal of Warhol’s work in the 1960s, the 1970s proved a much quieter decade, as Warhol became more entrepreneurial. According to Bob Colacello, Warhol devoted much of his time to rounding up new, rich patrons for portrait commissions including Shah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, his wife Empress Farah Pahlavi, his sister Princess

Douglas Homes For Sale – Douglas Real Estate Foreclosures

07 January, 2011

Since 1946, Hunter Douglas has led the industry in making the highest quality, ingenious window coverings for your Highlands Ranch, Colorado home. New View Blinds & Shutters provides a complete selection of reduced cost Hunter Douglas window treatments. From made to order window shadings and sheers to louvers, shades, blinds and shutters, Hunter Douglas window treatments are custom made expressly for your Highlands Ranch, Colorado windows and constructed according to the top standards of quality for our high altitude enviroment.

Here are the many window treatments by Hunter Douglas that New View Blinds and Shutters offers:

Shadings, Sheers, Louvers & Panels

Silhouette window shadings- Multifaceted Silhouette window shadings, with the Signature S-Vane, suspend fabric vanes between two sheer fabric facings and offer a broad selection of appealing fabrics and optional features.

Nantucket window shadings- Nantucket window shadings suspend fabric vanes amid two sheer fabric facings that obstruct Highlands Ranch, Colorado’s ruinous ultraviolet rays and alter the light entering the room into a warm glow.

Pirouette window shadings- Pirouette window shadings join the individuality of a classic fabric shade with the skill to command Highlands Ranch, Colorado’s sun in an fully new way.

Luminette Privacy Sheers- Luminette Privacy Sheers from Hunter Douglas unite the beauty of sheers with the privacy of flowing draperies.

Park Lane Privacy Sheers- Introducing Park Lane Privacy Sheers – affordable luxury for the Highlands Ranch, Colorado home owner who wants the greatest features of sheers, draperies and vertical blinds in one streamlined product.

Skyline Gliding Window Panels- From in fashion to traditional, Skyline Gliding Window Panels set a new standard in contemporary window fashions offering a sophisticated appearance to match Highlands Ranch, Colorado’s urban design influence.

Honeycomb Shades

Duette honeycomb shades- The well-known brand that began the cellular shade category, Hunter Douglas Duette honeycomb shades come in sheer, semi-sheer, semi-opaque and opaque fabrics to give you an mixture in light control and insulate from Highlands Ranch, Colorado’s harsh enviroment.

Applause honeycomb shades- Applause honeycomb shades come in two opacity options and colors ranging from subtle earth hues to dramatic jewel tones.

Traditional Shades

Vignette Modern Roman Shades- Sleek and sophisticated, Vignette Modern Roman Shades always present a clean, well-kept appearance. Vignettes are designed front and back without gathers, cords or grommets, so they look better form the outside and the inside of your Highlands Ranch, Colorado home. The smooth overlapping fabric folds give them their distinctively Roman Shade styling.

Provenance woven wood shades- Made from selected natural woods, with reeds, bamboos and grasses, Provenance woven wood shades are distinctively textured, adding homey good looks to any room.

Designer Screen Shades- Designer Screen Shades are an originative combination of sheer attraction and useful technology offering visibility of the outdoors while safeguarding valuable furnishings from destructive high altitude Highlands Ranch, Colorado UV rays indoors.

Brilliance pleated shades- Brilliance pleated shades feature crisp, pleated fabrics in an far-reaching selection of colors and styles, including weaves, patterns and textures.

Designer Roller Shades- Designer Roller Shades provide a diverse selection of custom-made fabrics grouped into three clean categories: Traditional, Natural and Soft.

Wood Blinds

Country Woods Genuine Woods blinds- Precision crafted from the most desirable North American hardwoods, including genuine oak and cherry, Country Woods Genuine Woods venetian blinds exude tradition and individuality.

Country Woods Expose blinds- Featuring an enticing array of distressed and glazed finishes, Hunter Douglas Country Woods Expose venetian blinds are distinguished by a warm, rich, antique styling.

Country Woods Select blinds- Country Woods Select venetian blinds not simply capture the natural out-of-doors but complement any Highlands Ranch, Colorado decor.

Country Woods Reflections blinds- Hunter Douglas Country Woods Reflections venetian blinds feature generously sized beveled slats in an mixture of colors.

Country Woods Classics blinds- The traditionally designed basswood slats of Hunter Douglas Country Woods Classics venetian blinds come stained or painted in more than two dozen colors, and 3 different slat sizes: 1″, 1 3/8″ and 2″.

Chalet Woods wood blinds- manufactured from 100% Basswood, Chalet Woods wood venetian blinds are offered in a flexible color collection in 2″ and 2 1/2″ slat sizes, designed for consumers who incline toward Hunter Douglas quality at an inexpensive price point.

Faux Wood Blinds

Everwood X-tra blinds- The look of a shutter with all the perks of a horizontal blind, these large 2 1/2″ beveled slats are available in 20 shades of white and TruGrain finishes – the most realistic look in alternative wood.

EverWood 2″ blinds- The premium selection in alternative wood, 2″ EverWood blinds offer the widest array of whites and realistic TruGrain finishes – plus a lot of upgrades to select from.

WoodMates blinds- The value leader in 2″ faux wood blinds, WoodMates venetian blinds come standard with a 3″ valance and is a sensible choice for rooms exposed to excessive humidity and the Highlands Ranch, Colorado sun.

Aluminum Blinds

Reveal with MagnaView- Reveal with MagnaView provides you twice the view through the slats when tilted open than customary venetian blinds, great for maintaining your view of Highlands Ranch, Colorado’s outdoors.

Lightlines blinds- Lightlines are routless venetian blinds that hide the cord holes to block out added incoming light and have a more finished appearance.

Macro 2″ blinds- Hunter Douglas’ Macro 2″ blinds provide a large view-through and are the top choice for a more dramatic appearance on broad windows.

Decor blinds- Decor blinds, Hunter Douglas’ premium 1″ slat model, offers thicker.008 gauge slats and a slick contoured headrail for a timeless look that not in any way goes out of style.

Celebrity blinds- Celebrity blinds, Hunter Douglas’ standard model, provides an economical, attractive, window treatments answer, constructed with Hunter Douglas quality.

Vertical Blinds

Somner Collection- The Somner Collection raises vertical blinds to a new level of Highlands Ranch, Colorado home fashion by featuring a broad choice of vinyl, fabric and aluminum styles with colors, textures and patterns to add to any decor.

Crosswinds wood vertical blinds- Crosswinds wooden vertical blinds, the perfect comrade to the ever-popular Country Woods wood blind collection.

Cadence Soft Vertical Blinds- Hunter Douglas Cadence Soft Vertical Blinds call attention to soft vertical vanes, providing beautiful styling, outstanding sound absorption and translucency.

M3T Textured Vinyl Verticals- Hunter Douglas M3T Textured Vinyl Verticals come in a dozen handsomely textured vinyl varieties.

Vertical Solutions- An economical choice, Hunter Douglas Vertical Solutions line offers dozens of fashionable styles and colors.

Shutters

Heritance Hardwood shutters- Capturing the shapely attraction of real wood, Heritance hardwood shutters are built from premium hardwood and feature the centuries-old craft tradition of exceptional dovetail joinery integrated with an leading-edge multiple-coat finish that holds up well to Highlands Ranch, Colorado’s sun.

Palm Beach Polysatin shutters- constructed of specially formulated ultraviolet resistant poly-satin compounds, are guaranteed not ever to warp, fade, chip or peel, regardless of high heat from Highlands Ranch, Colorado’s extreme climate conditions.

NewStyle Hybrid shutters- Marking an evolutionary trend in shutters, NewStyle hybrid shutters merge the superior style of wood with the strength, steadfastness and straightness of leading-edge modern day materials.

As you can see there is a window products assembled by Hunter Douglas to suit any interior design in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.
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Capilano Homes For Sale – Capilano Real Estate Foreclosures

05 January, 2011

The Vancouver Capilanos (taking their name after a former Western International League team) are a new men’s junior baseball team playing out of Hillcrest Park in Vancouver, British Columbia.

In conjunction with Vancouver Community Baseball, The Vancouver Capilanos will be the newest team to enter the 2010 Mens Junior League. The age range is 19 to 24 and the schedule is  one game a week with home games at Hillcrest park. A mid week practise will be held weekly. Travel is solely in the Lower Mainland. All games scheduled are weekends with the Capilanos home games most likely on Sunday afternoons. Cost to play will be 0.00 for a 12 to 15 game schedule plus play offs. This is a wooden bat league.

The completion is above average and we will carry 12 to 18 players. Tryouts will commence in the spring and the games will begin mid April. Please contact Hank Gourlay if you have serious interest. Players should either have played AAA Midget baseball or Premier League.

To learn more about the or if you are interested in trying out for this team, please click here to visit the team’s official website.

The British Columbia Minor Baseball Association was organized in the fall of 1963 at a meeting in New Westminster, British Columbia. Ninety interested baseball enthusiasts were present at this first meeting. The new organization grew out of a desire to develop a provincial association that could determine its own policies and affiliation guidelines to deal with local interests and concerns. The Vancouver Capilanos are proud to be playing in a league with such longstanding history.

Lessard Homes For Sale – Lessard Real Estate Foreclosures

02 January, 2011

The deemed design firm DeLessard consider an office project that include unique products from Veser’s Antique Woods.

Turning a new design project for the offices of a law firm, the firm of designers Delessard explores a concept that will incorporate recycled antique wood. The announced wedding promises unparalleled contrasts between the sleek and ultra contemporary De Lessard style and the particularly strong character of antique woods reclaimed by Veser’s Antique Woods.

Asked about what, in the first place, catched his attention, Jean De Lessard noted: “The old hand hewn beams have great potential, and the unique character of antique wood floors can certainly lead to creations as original and interesting.

With projects that have turned all around the world – China, Spain, Korea, Brazil, Poland, Italy and Russia – recently published on the deemed site coolhunter.com, DeLessard is THE interior designer firm of the moment in Canada.

Especially in demand this year, approached to serve major and prestigious customers, Jean Lessard has won two awards, the “International Property Awards” given in association by the “Bloomberg Television” from London and the “New York Times”, in the category “Best Interior Design in America” for the projects: “Kazumi Sushi Lounge” and “Upperkut’s Office.”

Known for ideas not only original but brilliant, known for its contemporary, colorful, and dynamic style, always willing to explore new ways, DeLessard accept to work on residential projects, but prefer to work on concepts for restaurants, offices, shops and hotels.

Asked, Ralf Veser expressed: “We are honored to have been able to attract the attention of a designer such as Jean Delessard. The benefits are not only for Veser’s Antique Woods, but for all the recycled antique wood industry in Quebec. “

We can see the portfolio of the DeLessard at www.delessard.com and have an overview of antique woods distributed by Veser,s Antique Woods on the website: www.reclaimedantiquewoods.com.

 

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Mill Woods – Lakewood Homes For Sale – Mill Woods – Lakewood Real Estate Foreclosures

31 December, 2010

This is the ETS Route 66, Between Millgate to Lakewood. Note: Sorry for the camera angle.

Bellevue Homes For Sale – Bellevue Real Estate Foreclosures

30 December, 2010

A condo can give you the best of both worlds—a home and a profitable mode of investment. If you are in the lookout for suitable Bellevue condos that can serve both the purposes, here is good news for you! The city of Bellevue is currently experiencing spray in condo construction and you are sure to find the condo of your dream that will be ideal for living and profitable as an investment.  

Here are the descriptions of top five Bellevue condos that are grand to live and also make good long term investment.

This condo property is a new addition to Bellevue skyline. The high rise Bellevue condo is packed with high tech features such as Direct TV and internet access and dual Cat-5 wiring to each home. The property claims to offer you the finest condo living. The property has a large business center, beautiful garden, state of the art fitness center and secure parking. Most of the units come with private decks. Each unit is provided with GE appliances and Kohler plumbing fixtures.

Spread over 10 acres of land in Ashwood district, this Bellevue condo has been developed by Wasatch. The project started with a 5 year plan of building 5 residential towers. The property has a 200-room boutique hotel, a world-class spa and fitness center. 110,000sq.ft. Area is dedicated to retail and restaurants. This world class Bellevue condo also offers medical facilities. In addition of the secure garage parking, some of the units are provided with private interior garages.

Located near Bellevue Galleria, this Bellevue condo has been developed as a green project and is LEED certified. The property has two twin towers, which are 42 and 43 stories tall respectively. The condominium will be built with an eco-friendly materials. An interesting feature of the property is its fifth floor eco-landscaped garden. Other features are secure private underground parking, fitness center and spa, two screening rooms and a reading room.

Developed by world famous realtor, Neiman Marcus, Braven is patterned after Manhattan’s 5th Avenue and Beverly Hills Rodeo Drive. In addition of the residential condos, the property also has retail and lifestyle services, restaurants and office spaces. This Bellevue condo is surely meant for those who look for class and sophistication in their homes.

Designed by Kemper Freeman, this upscale condominium is located at the top of the Westin, Bellevue’s most prestigious hotel. The condo offers grand view of mountain and lake. Connected with Bellevue Square through the Bellevue Way sky bridge, this high end property offers such luxury amenities as swimming pool and sunbathing deck, hot tub, spa, gym with locker room, ball room, full room service provided by the Westin. Valet parking, private garage and 24-hour concierge service are also available.

The above mentioned properties are some of the most prestigious in Bellevue. All these Bellevue condos are going to redefine the skyline of the city as well as the entire real estate market. If you want to enjoy unparallel urban living and still want to treat your home as investment, you can safely choose from one of these Bellevue condos.

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Norwood Homes For Sale – Norwood Real Estate Foreclosures

29 December, 2010

NORWOOD, M.A. – MA Nissan dealership Clay Nissan of Norwood wants its customers to know that Clay Nissan of Norwood is where customers can expect quality, service and a comfortable, family atmosphere. The dealership also offers competitive prices and leasing options with its focus on the complete satisfaction of each customer who takes the time to visit.

“Customers have been our priority since our family of dealerships began 60 years ago,” said Clay Nissan of Norwood owner Scott Clay. “It is important to us to offer our customers an experience they will never forget. Buying a car shouldn’t have to be a stressful event. We make it easy for our customers to find the vehicles they want at the best prices we can offer.”

MA Nissan shoppers have been visiting Clay Family dealerships like Clay Nissan of Norwood for six decades and have come to expect a higher level service. The associates at Clay Nissan of Norwood hold themselves to higher standard. Each staff member wants to be able to offer that amazing experience to each customer as they deserve.

Clay Nissan of Norwood wants to serve its many shoppers with competitive pricing as well. Clay Nissan of Norwood is proud to continue serving MA Nissan customers. With its pledge to serve, customers may enjoy shopping at Clay Nissan of Norwood for years to come.

Clay Nissan is a member of the Clay Family dealerships and is currently celebrating 60 years in business, proudly serving Boston Nissan Dealers customers. The Clay Family Dealerships is a company about pride, passion, achievement, respect, responsibility, family, discipline and courage. The Clay Family Dealerships believes that its strength, continued success, future growth, depend on building trusting relationships with its employees, customers and industry partners.

Clay Nissan of Norwood is a great dealership that makes sure to always serve its customers and get them what they need. There are many dealerships that serve their customers well, but the main focus at Clay Nissan of Norwood is always the customers and their satisfaction. The Clay dealerships have been around for over 60 years and will continue to serve their customers as well as they can.

 

For more information on the promotions available at Clay Nissan of Norwood, visithttp://www.claynissannorwood.com or for more information about any vehicles or services, call 866-979-0087.

Clay Nissan is conveniently located at 525 Providence Highway, On the Automile, in Norwood, MA, 02062.