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NJCOOPERATOR.COM  THE NEW JERSEY COOPERATOR —  JANUARY 2019    19  MARKETPLACE   For schedule and ad rates, contact Fred Marks at (786) 404-1701.  LAUNDRY  EXPERT TESTIMONY  ENGINEERING  LOBBY & HALLWAY DESIGN  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT   PROPERTY MANAGEMENT   PROPERTY MANAGEMENT   PUBLIC ADJUSTERS  PUBLIC ADJUSTERS  EXTERIOR MAINTENANCE  PAINTING  Advertise In    e  New Jersey Cooperator   Service Directory   —Call 212-683-5700—  Target Key Decision Makers In      e Co-op, Condo Community   By Placing Your Ad Here  taken to the hospital a  er they were admin-  istered CPR. said that a 26-year-old   man from West New York later died, and the   condition of the other man was unknown.   A Washington Township police detective   said that the men were apparently overcome   by fumes emanating from a running lawn   mower in a landscaping trailer.    e victims’   identities were not released at the time.     Mahwah Condo’s Removal of a Menorah   Sparks Criticism  Patch   reported this past December on   the removal of a menorah at a Mahwah   condo, a move that le   some residents   upset.    e Apple Ridge condominium asso-  ciation ordered that Ellen Stein’s menorah be   removed from the complex’s holiday display.   In an email from November, the association   said its Landscaping Committee  is “attempt-  ing to achieve peace and harmony by taking   a seasonal approach of good will to all,” and   decided “not to incorporate any religious   symbols into our common area holiday deco-  rating.” Stein, a resident at the complex for 22   years, described the action as upsetting, a sen-  timent she says was also shared by her neigh-  bors. “I’ve always liked living here, but I don’t   feel welcome here anymore,” she told   Patch  .      e condo board president and the complex’s   management company did not return Patch’s   request for a comment. Until this most recent   holiday season, Apple Ridge had a menorah   and Christmas tree displayed annually.     DEVELOPMENT  Wonder Bread Factory Building to Convert   Into Condos  A former  Wonder  Bread factory in   Hoboken is getting a second lease on life,   Patch   reported.    e site on Clinton Street will   now be turned into a residential complex con-  sisting of three buildings developed by Prism   Capital Partners in partnership with Angeleo   Gordon & Co., and Parkwood Development   Corp. Prism Capital said two buildings will   have 68 condo units ranging from two to   ve   bedrooms and with sizes varying from 1,200   to 2,700 square feet; the third building will be   made up of six rental apartments. Amenities   for the complex will include a   tness center,   lounges, and meeting rooms, as well as street-  level retail and garage parking.  Eugene Diaz   of Prism Capital Partners said, as quoted in   Patch:   “We are thrilled to make our foray into   the Hoboken multifamily market with this   highly anticipated project.” Sales reportedly   are expected to launch this spring.    e con-  version is expected to cost $120 million.      ■  Please submit Pulse items to  David Chiu at

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