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Sebco Property Developer in Trichy, Morais City Project Walkthrough


To make dreams into assets SEBCO Property Developers was constituted in the year 2000. Now SEBCO concentrates in quality living homes of affordable cost.

Brant Snyder’s Columbia MSRED Program Summer Studio Project


This is a 3D rendering for a proposed project that I’ve been working on in my 2011 summer studio project for the Columbia Masters in Real Estate Development (MSRED) Program. It is a mixed-use master planned community featuring a mix of office, residential, retail and hotel. The project is designed to orient around several public squares, including interior pedestrian-only walkways lined with retail. The project’s central square features a 30000+ square foot public library that is located beneath the square. A significant use of glass pavers, as well as a large open stair and glass pavillion bring substantial light into this space to make it feel open and inviting. The project is located on the northern border of West Chelsea bounded by 11th avenue to the east and the West Side Highway to the west and 27th and 30th streets to the south and north. It is located just below the 3rd phase of the Highline elevated park and the planned development of Hudson Yards. The project is meant to act as a buffer between the high density of Hudson Yards and the lower density of West Chelsea, with taller buildings to the north and shorter buildings to the south.

Fundamentals of Business Transactions in a Public Development Project


Successful business transactions for public development projects typically take a four-step process that includes strong communications skills, legal know-how and negotiating prowess. Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West Partner John (Jay) R. Gowell, provides information that will help viewers gain further insight into how business transactions occur, and explores options for financing to help offset site development and infrastructure costs, including a down-to-earth explanation of ‘tax increment financing’ that can result in benefiting the public over the long term and creating jobs. “It is very important for every state and municipality to be competitive in their economic incentives, credit and development opportunities,” explains Mr. Gowell. “This video was designed to raise awareness of the opportunities, obstacles and issues that are common in these types of projects and explore financing options so companies and developers can move forward successfully and the public can benefit from tax revenues and job creation.” Attorney Gowell is a member of PLDW’s Corporate & Business Law Team and has extensive experience in the areas of corporate law, finance and real estate development in both the private and public sectors. He has represented many private developers, public agencies and corporate clients in development, permitting, construction, leasing and financing transactions and in the purchase and sale of office buildings, shopping centers, assisted living facilities

Morpheus Violet Sector 86 Noida Location Map Price List Floor Payment Site Plan Review Project Sale


Call Arun @ +919560214267. Morpheus Violet: – Morpheus Violet is a residetail project launched by Morpheus Group. Morpheus Group developing another residetial township in sector 78 noida. The Morpheus Group is a most significant real estate development company. The group has delivered many small residential and commercial projects in Indirapuram and Vasundhara Ghaziabad. After the great successes of these real estate projects the group has launched a new residential township project in heart of noida namely Morpheus Violet. Morpheus Violet is situated in sector 86 noida. The Morpheus Violet is a project having 6 acres of land. Features of Morpheus Violet: – The land of Morpheus Violet is allotted by Noida Development Authority. The Morpheus Violet is a low-rise apartment building. Covered basement car parking would be provided in Morpheus Violet Sector 86 Noida. Open Car parking with guest parking bay would be provided in Morpheus Violet free of cost. Club facilities also would be provided in Morpheus Violet Noida. Club membership will be free of cost in Morpheus Violet Noida. 80 % of lush green open area would be provided in Morpheus Violet Complex of Morpheus Violet would be Wi-Fi enabled. 2 tier securities with centralized CCTV surveillance also would be the main feature of Morpheus Violet Noida. Fire-fighting system would be provided in Morpheus Violet Noida as per latest norms. 100% power backup would be provided in apartments of Morpheus Violet Noida. . Price are

Jeddah Central Development Project


Jeddah Center Project Development: Dedicated to redeveloping the central business hub of the city of Jeddah and preserving the historic area, the project will be the largest city center urban project in the Arab world. Jeddah Center Project has a land area of around 6 million square meters and the project will result in a total built-up area of 12.7 million square meters. In co-operation with the Jeddah Municipality, the vision is for the Jeddah Central District to once again become the heart of the city. The project will economically rejuvenate Jeddah Central District, create world class business, residential and retail facilities, revive the historical and cultural heritage of Jeddah, purify its marine environment and reunite the city with the sea. The end result will create job and housing opportunities for Jeddahs young population, 60 percent of which is under 25. The Jeddah Center Project plan is consistent with the vision of HRH Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, Emir of the Makkah Region, and HE the Mayor of Jeddah Adel Fakeeh, and has been developed in accordance with the City of Jeddah Strategic Plan. The consortium includes world renowned companies such as Solidere International, the company behind the re-birth of Beruit city center, the Urban Development Company, a Saudi real estate developer engaged in multiple mega projects in the Kingdom, and renowned regional partners such as Siraj Capital and Al-Tijaria & Venture Capital Bank.

Channel 7 invites Farbman’s Christina Dibartolomeo on air to discuss the Woodward Windows project


Christina Dibartolomeo, Director of Asset Management for Southfield, Mich.-based Farbman Group, a leading full-service real estate company, and Mike Han, an artist with Detroit, Mich.-based Street Culture Mash were invited to talk to Channel 7 WXYZ July 30, 2011 about the Woodward Windows project. The Farbman group has provided four vacant Detroit storefronts on Woodward for local artists to use as outdoor gallery space as part of the Woodward Windows movement. The four unused storefront windows re located on the 1400 to 1500 block of Woodward Ave. between Grand Circus and Campus Martius park.

How Video Can Help Your Real Estate Project Marketing


Video is becoming a powerful tool in marketing. This video highlights some of the ways Braun/Allison Video can help in creating unique and engaging stories about your business or your development.

FINAL: MSRE Practicum Presentation Video (Project Walkthough)


Urban Redevelopment (May 2011). A verbal narrative accompanies this video. Part of the final presentation to the Baltimore Development Corporation. This is an academic project for the Johns Hopkins Accelerated MSRE Program. (Only SketchUp is used to create this video).

DRY-RUN: MSRE Practicum Presentation Video (Project Walkthrough


DRY-RUN Video. Urban Redevelopment (May 2011). A verbal narrative accompanies this video. Part of the dry-run presentation to the school, in preparation for the final presentation to the BDC. This is an academic project for the Johns Hopkins Accelerated MSRE Program. (Only SketchUp is used to create this video).

Adams County road-widening project paved with irregularities

Adams County road-widening project paved with irregularities
On an unseasonably warm day in late December 2004, an Adams County employee drove to the fairgrounds carrying a $390,000 check that he turned over to a man who was not only his boss but a campaign supporter of newly elected Commissioner Alice Nichol.

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