September 2015

There are 3 blog entries for September 2015.


Looking to expand your business in Staten Island? Maybe you need a bigger warehouse, or you’re looking for your first space! At 104 Housman Avenue sits a 19,200 square-foot warehouse waiting for your business! Built in 2002, this concrete structure is in excellent condition, and includes one residential unit.


  Gas heat, central air, and 2 garage spaces. 12 private parking spaces and additional parking available on street. Even though we know you’ll be hard at work while occupying this warehouse, you should know that the roof present a calming view for those days that just won’t slow down.


  This warehouse is located in Elm Park of Port Richmond. Once known at Jacksonville, and then Lowville, Elm Park is no stranger to industrial business.

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Purchasing a home is perhaps the most important thing you’ll ever do in your entire adult life That can only mean that moving is the second most important thing you’ll ever do. Suddenly your life revolves around boxes and packaging tape, and you might even dream about finding the right box to house your valuables.  But before you find yourself packing every coffee mug and action figure in your home; discover the lost art of breathing and relax.

There are items you’ll want to pack, and then there’s items you will want to keep with you. Here’s 3 things you should NEVER pack:

dont pack2Valuable Papers and Jewelry

For those with jewelry that’s been passed down for generations, it’s probably best not to send that on a journey. Assuming they’re already secured…
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gennaro procession It's opening day!! We’re not talking about the #NFL, though. Instead (or should we say, at the same time) we’re anxious for the first day of the Feast of San Gennaro in Little Italy! The 89th year of this event will run from September 10 to September 20, giving you plenty of time and opportunity to take in the culture, the environment, and (our favorite part) the food and drinks!! Hundreds of thousands of Italians made the lower Manhattan neighborhood their new home in the early 20th century.  Each had a dream to improve their lives in America and in turn create a bright future for their descendants. The annual Feast of San Gennaro celebrates that determination, and honors the Patron Saint of Naples. gennaro The Feast of San Gennaro officially kicks off with a…
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