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Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Bits & Briefs

Jersey City Condo Conversion Project Sells Over 50 Percent of Units
The Dixon Mills conversation to condominiums has sold half of the units, or at least the sales office claims as much.

Wired to Sell
The Times looks at Liberty Harbor North and all the electronic toys.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

To find a condo with character for less than $300,000 and that is close to the Path Station is a good deal in my book. I was living in Manhattan(outrageous prices to say the least!) and was thinking about heading to one of the other NY boroughs but quickly realized my commute would be shorter if I moved across the Hudson. The prices at Dixon are better than Brooklyn or Queens and it¹s a 15-minute ride into Manhattan.

10:33 PM  
Blogger Ian said...

This sounds a bit like it was written by the sales office press staff.

11:47 AM  

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