The Must See Skyscrapers in New York City

Many can speculate that New York City is unlike any place else in the world. The skyline and skyscrapers in Manhattan drive thousands of tourists there each year. New York City is defined by modern glass buildings and iconic Art Deco skyscrapers from the 1930’s. The big apple has made ordinary buildings into works of...
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How Urban Real Estate Development Is Helping NYC Neighborhoods

Urban Developers The past has left a mark on New York City real estate with buildings like The Empire State building, the Plaza Hotel, Rockefeller Center, and St Patrick’s Cathedral. Making this a unique city to live in and visit with the sights, Broadway, shopping, a verity of restaurants and districts. City and their neighborhoods...
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New York City’s Iconic Skyscrapers

If you have ever been to New York City than you would know just how beautiful it is. With all the people walking around and all the sites to see, there is never a dull moment. Some of the best things a person could do while in New York would be to visit some of...
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Recycling Polystyrene Foam is the Future

Mail back programs, such as the Alliance of Foam Packaging Recyclers, exist for people who either do not have a recycling center in their area or find it inconvenient to get to a site. Large Polystyrene foam pieces should be broken down into small units so that it fits in the shipping box properly....
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Rain Season is Upon Us

As October quickly approaches, the temperature begins to drop, leaves crunch beneath your feet, and Instagram feeds fill up with endless apple picking pictures. This is what comes to mind for most of the country when we think about fall, what everyone forgets is about the actual weather in October. Ignore the crunchy leaves and...
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Eco-savvy Massachusetts community rejects polystyrene ban

After backlash from local businesses, the Northhampton, Mass. City Council removed proposed foam ban adjudication from the voting ballot. Because replacements would cost business owners up to 500% more to produce and polystyrene is recyclable anyhow, community members believe that a recycling program would benefit the environment while preserving the local economy....
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