Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink “The transaction had several complex issues that we had to resolve over a several-month period,” said Scott Davidovic of Kislak, who, along with Justin Lupo, handled the transaction.ADVERTISEMENTKislak’s Scott Davidovic and Justin LupoThe timing may have been a challenge: Construction of the 15-story building finished — and leasing began — in the midst of the pandemic last year. The property is now about 70 percent leased.Financing of the purchase was provided by MF1 Global and arranged by David Singer of Calloway Capital. Richard Barnhart of Pennrose signed for the seller, 69 Main Street Fort Lee Urban Renewal, which shares Pennrose’s address.The building offers a mix of studios and one-, two-, and three-bedroom units, with amenities such as gourmet kitchens, hardwood floors and a lounge. Many units have sweeping views of New York City, according to Kislak.Contact Akiko Matsuda Tags A rendering of The Pinnacle (Kislak)A new luxury apartment complex in Fort Lee has been sold for $55 million.The Pinnacle, a 142-unit rental building at 69 Main Street along the Palisades, was developed by Philadelphia-based Pennrose.The complex was sold to a joint venture between Blue Diamond Equities and Skywood Properties, according to the Kislak Company, a commercial real estate brokerage firm based in Woodbridge, New Jersey. The sale price works out to just shy of $390,000 per unit.Read moreNeighbors ask Jersey City to change LeFrak’s five-tower projectBloomfield, NJ office complex sells for $52MMack-Cali sells Short Hills, NJ office portfolio for $255M Message* Email Address* Share via Shortlink Full Name* Commercial Real EstateInvestment SalesMultifamily MarketNew Jerseytri-state weekly
 Recently, Robinson et al.  presented a brief report on the artificial generation of ULF waves by high power ionospheric modification and their subsequent detection by the Fast Auroral Snapshot ( FAST) spacecraft. The radio frequency “heating” facility at Tromso was employed to impose a 3-Hz modulation on the current system that constitutes the auroral electrojet, resulting in the injection of field-guided ULF waves into the magnetosphere. The electric and magnetic field signatures of the waves were detected directly by the FAST spacecraft. Furthermore, a signature in the downgoing field-aligned electron flux, also observed by the satellite, was postulated to have resulted from the interaction of the ULF waves with the upper boundary of the ionospheric Alfven resonator. This paper evaluates these results in the context of the prevailing ionospheric conditions during the experiment and discusses the significance of the substorm activity, which occurred during this interval. The technique of artificial ULF wave injection, which can be used to “tag” narrow flux tubes, could play an important part in overcoming mapping issues between ground-based and space-based observations of phenomena that couple the ionosphere and magnetosphere.
Home » News » More calls to scrap Stamp Duty previous nextRegulation & LawMore calls to scrap Stamp Duty“SDLT isn’t a Stamp, it’s not a duty and its not based on land! It’s just a tax,” says Chairman of The Society of Licensed Conveyancers.The Negotiator8th August 20160752 Views The Society of Licensed Conveyancers (SLC) has endorsed the Taxpayers Alliance call for Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) to be scrapped. The SLC said that there are additional benefits to those propounded by the Alliance which give even greater reason for the Government to give serious consideration to the proposal.Simon Law (left), Chairman of SLC said, “Stamp Duty Land Tax is perhaps the most inaccurately named tax in existence. There is no stamp involved, it is not a duty, and it is on assessed property values rather than land. In fact the only word that is in any way accurate is ‘tax’. In reality SDLT is a direct property transaction tax.”SLC believes that SDLT has become unwieldy and ridiculously complicated due to rushed legislation which appears to be having the opposite effect for which it was intended. Conveyancing lawyers are now expected to help their clients navigate around the very poorly drafted regulations that govern the tax and this causes delays and at times causes transaction failure.Law added ‘it is ironic that the Government is engaged in a review to improve the home buying process when it has introduced legislation that actually makes the process more complicated and tortuous. It is an insult on top of this that HMRC looks to Conveyancing lawyers to act as tax collectors!’The Society believes that scrapping SDLT would not only create a more buoyant and vibrant property market, with a marked hike in investment and building of new homes, but also a much more straight forward and quicker home being and selling process.SLC Society of Licensed Conveyancers stamp duty The Taxpayers Alliance TPA August 8, 2016The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
The University of Florida, Department of Health Outcomes andBiomedical Informatics (HOBI) in the College of Medicine isrecruiting a tenure track Assistant Professor. Areas of particularinterest include a research emphasis in learning health systems,clinical research informatics, clinical decision support,population health informatics, and/or the intersection ofinformatics and health services research.With mentorship and collaboration from senior faculty members,candidates are expected to develop and ultimately lead their ownresearch program. The ideal candidate will be well-positioned todevelop a research program that contributes to biomedicalinformatics knowledge, fosters interdisciplinary team science, andcollaborates closely with the UF Health system’s clinical andinformation technology teams.Biomedical informatics is a strategic area of growth for theUniversity and for the UF Health System. Within the HOBIDepartment, the Division of Biomedical Informatics has eightfaculty members and established certificate, Masters, and PhDprograms. Biomedical Informatics faculty members work closely withfaculty members in the Health Outcomes and Implementation Sciencedivision, who have expertise in implementation science, healtheconomics, biostatistics, health policy, and health servicesresearch. In addition, faculty members collaborate closely with theUF Informatics Institute, and through the Clinical andTranslational Science Institute, provide leadership for BiomedicalInformatics throughout the Health Science Center, the UF Healthsystem and University.The HOBI Department has excellent infrastructure and resources tosupport the success of a new Assistant Professor. The Division ofBiomedical Informatics has an established project management officeand a team of software engineers, coordinators, and analysts, allof which serve as faculty resources for numerous biomedicalinformatics, departmental, and university-wide initiatives. TheDepartment also has dedicated pre-award and post-award grantsmanagement staff. In addition, the new Assistant Professor willhave access to numerous assets including the OneFlorida Data Trust,which contains clinical, health care claims and data related tosocial determinants of health for over 14 million individuals.Department faculty also benefit from close collaboration with theUF Health system’s clinical and informatics operations.In addition to the collaborations described above, the HOBIdepartment fosters collaborative relationships with investigatorsacross diverse disciplines, including pediatrics, medicine,dentistry, veterinary medicine, molecular biology, epidemiology,genetics, behavioral medicine, policy evaluation, communicationscience, and health outcomes research. The Department works closelywith the Institute for Child Health Policy, Clinical andTranslational Science Institute, Department of Pediatrics,Department of Medicine, UF Health Cancer Center, the Institute forAging and the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center. The Departmentas a whole is comprised of 22 full‐time faculty members, 4postdoctoral associates, and over 100 professional and supportstaff, offering an exceptional research environment with over $24Mannually in extramural funding.Requirements for the Assistant Professor position includes: 1) anMD and/or a PhD in biomedical informatics or a related field,including but not limited to computer science, information science,engineering, or health services research 2) a track record ofinvestigation in biomedical informatics, and 3) a commitment topursue an academic biomedical informatics careerApplicants should upload a letter indicating their interest andstatement of current and future research plans, accompanied by acurriculum vita and a list of at least three references.Applications will be kept confidential and references will not becontacted without the permission of applicants. 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At the end of September, Primus released a brand new album, The Desaturating Seven, marking the band’s first album since 2014’s Primus & The Chocolate Factory with the Fungi Ensemble, its first album of original material since 2011’s Green Naugahyde, and its ninth LP together. The new release has also spurred a fall tour, which is currently ongoing, and today, the band clued fans into where they’ll be ringing in 2018.Primus Shares New Album “The Desaturating Seven” Inspired By Rainbow GoblinsFor Primus’ New Years’ Eve celebration, the band fronted by bassist Les Claypool will return to the Bay Area for the 26th year in a row with a special show dubbed “A Goblin In The New Year.” December 31st will see Primus headline Oakland’s Fox Theater with support from supergroup Legend Of The Seagullman, a band featuring Danny Carey of Tool and Brent Hinds of Mastodon. Legends Of The Seagullman has been a relatively inactive project, with the group releasing a number of songs in 2015. Primus’ “A Goblin In The New Year” will mark the live debut for the supergroup.Dean Ween Sits In With Primus For “Southbound Pachyderm” Encore [Audio]The title for the concert, “A Goblin In The New Year,” is undoubtedly is pulled from The Desaturating Seven, as the album was inspired by a 1978 children’s book, The Rainbow Goblins. Much like Primus’ tribute to the Willy Wonka soundtrack in 2014, the book’s “vibrant and intense and eerie and somewhat creepy” vibe inspired Claypool, who told Rolling Stone, “I remember being incredibly impressed with the artwork and the storyline and the content and the message, and I thought, ‘Wow, this would make a great piece of music.’”He continued, “I would look at the artwork and read the lyrics, and it’s very difficult to sing about goblins and rainbows and not have it come off being a little cornball…So I was tiptoeing the line of not necessarily being literal, but referring to elements of the story and using it more as a metaphor, when I could.”Tickets for Primus’ New Year’s celebration at the Fox Theater in Oakland go on sale to general public on Friday, October 20th, at 10 am (PST) here. The Fox Theater will also be running a pre-sale starting on Thursday, October 19th, at 10 am (PST) with access to the sale granted with the password “pattern”. You can watch a recap of Primus’ past twenty-five New Year’s Eve shows in the Bay Area below, courtesy of the band.
The White Light Foundation is a non-profit organization inspired by the music of Vermont’s Twiddle, with the intention of spreading love, healing, and kindness. On Wednesday, September 12th, Twiddle and the White Light Foundation donated $10,000 dollars to the University of Vermont’s Children’s Hospital.The sizable donation was raised during Twiddle’s annual Tumble Down Festival, which is held each year at Burlington, Vermont’s Waterfront Park. At the festival, the White Light Foundation partnered with Martin Guitars and artists from the Twiddle community, organizing raffles to raise money in addition to hosting a charity disc golf event. As an added bonus, Fiddlehead Brewing Company released a Twiddle-inspired pale ale titled “Relax and Dream” and then matched $2,500 of White Light Foundation’s fundraising, bringing the total gift to $10,000.Both guitarist Mihali Savoulidis and drummer Brook Jordan were on hand to present the donation, in addition to representatives from the University of Vermont’s Children’s Hospital—including Chief of Pediatrics Dr. Lewis First—as well White Light Foundation and Fiddlehead Brewing Company. Following the donation, Savoulidis and Jordan stuck around to perform for the children’s hospital’s patients and staff.Noted Steve Perlah, President and CEO of the White Light Foundation, “it was an incredible privilege to represent Twiddle fans and our partners today in making this donation to the UVM Children’s Hospital.”
John Heisler has a perspective on media relations and sports information at Notre Dame few can claim to match. His tenure as senior associate athletic director at Notre Dame is now coming to a close.A South Bend native, Heisler said he came to work at the University as the assistant sports information director in the late 1970s following a year working for the Department of Sports Information at the University of Missouri, his alma mater.“I wanted to get into something involving writing, so I went to the University of Missouri for journalism school [and] did a news editorial major,” Heisler said. “I thought I’d end up working for a newspaper or magazine.” Having worked at the University for 39 of it’s 177 years, Heisler has been around to see the University grow and change immensely for almost a quarter of Notre Dame’s existence. Over those many years he said he has seen the school, and especially the school’s athletics programs, expand immensely.”I think certainly in terms of athletics the University has grown tremendously and become much more of a business. When I started there were only a handful of programs that really had scholarships,” Heisler said. “Not that every one of our sports now is perfectly set up to be a national champion, but we’ve certainly come light-years in that direction over the course of decades.”Heisler said his department, sports information and media relations, has also undergone massive changes in the past couple of decades with the advent of the internet, social media and the 24-hour news cycle. “When I started in the late [1970s] there was no website, there were no cell phones. It’s come a long way,” Heisler said. The changing nature of media relations over the past decades makes the job, almost by necessity, a learning experience.“There’s way more outlets, from a communications standpoint, than there used to be,” Heisler said. “Things aren’t going to be a secret, no matter what it is.”While a lot of Heisler’s work has moved from taking place on manual typewriters to smartphones and laptops, he said one aspect of the job that never changed — the importance of the relationships you build with people you meet along the way. “I’d say you miss the relationships, because in our business that’s what it’s all about.” Heisler said. “Everybody who comes here has their own Notre Dame story of where they come from and how they got here.” Though his own Notre Dame story may have come to an end, Heisler’s book is far from over. Although he is currently unsure the exact direction he is heading in, he is not looking to retire and instead plans to continue to work and hopefully remain in the field of athletics. Tags: John Heisler, media relations and sports information, notre dame athletic department, Notre Dame Athletics, sports journalism
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window),Businesses such as walmart, dollar generals etc are not enforcing the wear a mask law. It’s no different than no shirt no shoes no service and masks are law. As the governor said this law needs to be enforced at the local level to insure the vulnerable safety. Come on mayors, County Executive, our state representatives do your job to protect people in this county.,A Executive Order by the Governor is not Law, it is treated as such, and only until revoked or suspended. Further, a mask is only required at this time in the event a 6’ distance requirement cannot be maintained between people. What are we becoming, asking for an enforcement penalty or detainment for not complying with wearing a mask in public? If people are in such fear perhaps they themselves should impose self imprisonments rather than asking to impose their will on others WNY News Now Stock Graphic.JAMESTOWN – Western New York will officially enter phase three of reopening on Tuesday.New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo, while speaking during his daily press conference update at the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge in Westchester Landing on Monday, says the region has met criteria to move into the phase.The Governor also announced gatherings up to 25 will be permitted under the phase. Previously gatherings of only ten were allowed in New York State.Cuomo did say however COVID-19 containment measures like wearing masks when in public need to continue. “I am excited to announce we will move to Phase 3 tomorrow,” said PJ Wendel, Chautauqua County Executive. “Our responsible approach to reopening has proven effective, but we must remember that we are not completely clear so we still need to be cautious.”In addition to the previously designated businesses, Phase 3 will allow the following businesses to reopen:Indoor dining at restaurants and food services; andPersonal care services such as nail salons, UV and non-UV tanning, waxing, tattoo and piercing facilities, appearance enhancement practitioners, massage therapy, and spas.Before Phase 3 businesses reopen, they must complete New York State’s guidance documents available at forward.ny.gov.Guidance includes Summary Guidelines for employers and employees; Detailed Guidelines, which contain a business affirmation component; and a Business Safety Plan Template, which must be completed and posted at the premises.The Forward NY website also provides guidance for Child Care and Day Camp Programs that are able to open statewide on June 29.Businesses who have any questions about the guidance and reopening can contact the County of Chautauqua Industrial Development Agency (CCIDA) at (716) 661-8900 or Empire State Development (ESD) at (716) 846-8200.The Western New York Region includes Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie and Niagara Counties.Related | Executive Continues To Answer Questions Ahead Of Phase Three Reopening
The Broadway.com staff is crazy for Culturalist, the website that lets you choose and create your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic to rank.Here she is, boys! Here she is, world! Now the question is: which one is your favorite? Gypsy opened on May 21,1959 at the Broadway Theatre, and 57 years later, there have been five Main Stem revivals, two film adaptations (three if you count the taped West End revival) and the possibility of a third starring Barbra Streisand. Audiences still beg Arthur Laurents, Stephen Sondheim and Jule Styne’s tuner to entertain them, and that is in part due to the brassy, bossy, bombastic role of Rose. Angela Lansbury, Tyne Daly and Patti LuPone have taken home Tonys for playing the iconic character, and Imelda Staunton nabbed an Olivier Award for leading 2015’s West End revival. Rosalind Russell and Bette Midler have portrayed her onscreen, and of course, we cannot forget Ethel Merman’s original take on the relentlessly ambitious stage mother. So which Rose performance can you truly never get away from? Everything’s coming up Roses, and Broadway.com News Reporter Ryan McPhee kicked off this challenge with his top 10!STEP 1—SELECT: Visit Culturalist to see all of your options. Highlight your 10 favorites and then click “rearrange list” (or, if you have nothing to rearrange, go right ahead and hit “publish”).STEP 2—RANK & PUBLISH: Reorder your 10 choices by dragging them into the correct spot on your list. Click the “publish” button.Once your list is published, you can see the overall rankings of everyone on the aggregate list.Pick your favorites, then tune in for the results next week on Broadway.com! View Comments