Email Address* 2. A trustee of J.C. Penney’s bankruptcy, GLAS Trust Company LLC, purchased the retailer’s 200,000-square-foot department store at 92-59 59th Avenue in Elmhurst for $18.1 million. Alan Carr signed for the seller.3. Self-storage facility operator Safe N Lock picked up a 29,600-square-foot warehouse at 52-34 74th Street in Elmhurst for $14.9 million. The seller was Traditional Casket Corp.4. Spruce Capital Partners sold an Upper East Side parcel at 323 East 79th Street to Boomerang Development Group for $13.7 million. Boomerang’s Marco Auteri says his company will construct a condo building on the site.Spruce purchased the lot in 2017 for $12.75 million. It had planned to build a 35,000-square-foot, 17-story residential building, with plans submitted to the city in 2019.Contact [email protected] 323 East 79th Street with Spruce Capital’s Robert Schwartz and Boomerang’s Marco Auteri (Google Maps, Elliman)One trashed condo project is another developer’s treasure: Last week, an Upper East Side parcel that was previously earmarked for condos changed hands, with the new owner planning his own residential project on the site.It was one of four mid-market investment sales last week, defined by The Real Deal as transactions that closed for between $10 million and $30 million. Of the four deals, two were in Manhattan, and two were in Elmhurst, Queens. The total sales volume was $83.2 million, surpassing the previous week’s $51.2 million. The Upper East Side deal was the smallest recorded, at $13.7 million.Here are more details for the week ending April 2:1. Boston-based Davis Companies bought a 32,000-square-foot industrial building and a 5,700-square-foot retail building at 155 and 165 West 29th Street in Midtown for $36.5 million. Jonathan G. Davis signed for the buyer. The seller was Abraham Moshel’s Amush Enterprises.ADVERTISEMENTRead moreHarlem and Park Slope apartment buildings lead mid-market sales Inwood i-sales bring in $26.5M Jeff Sutton sells $31M stake in Williamsburg property condo marketInvestment SalesQueensupper east side Share via Shortlink Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Full Name* Tags Message*
Beauchamp Estates has merged with boutique agency Hanover West End. Hanover directors Alex Bourne and Richard Douglas remain as directors in the new business.Beauchamp Estates now has seven offices: four in London and offices in Cannes, Florence and Mykonos. Gary Hersham said, “We are delighted to merge with Hanover West End. Alex and Richard are strong and professional and we are proud to have them as part of the Beauchamp Estates group.”Alex said, “We are very proud of what we have achieved to date: achieving record prices in prime central London and creating a dynamic team of focused property professionals, who will be moving with us to become part of Beauchamp Estates.”The new senior management team comprises managing director Gary Hersham, director Olga Hersham, and Alex Bourne and Richard Douglas, directors of Beauchamp Estates Marylebone.Hanover West End merger Beauchamp Estates December 11, 2017The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » Beauchamp Estates merges with Hanover West End previous nextAgencies & PeopleBeauchamp Estates merges with Hanover West EndThe Negotiator11th December 20170837 Views
View post tag: Navy View post tag: wins View post tag: News by topic Robertson Fuel Systems, L.L.C., Tempe, Ariz., is being awarded a $16,754,932 modification to a previously awarded firm-fixed price indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract (N00019-08-D-0009) for the procurement of 24 mission auxiliary fuel tank systems and related hardware for the V-22 aircraft.Work will be performed in Tempe, Ariz., and is expected to be completed in December 2012. Contract funds in the amount of $16,754,932 will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. The Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Md., is the contracting activity.[mappress]Source: defense, October 14, 2011 View post tag: Aircraft View post tag: Naval View post tag: V-22 View post tag: Robertson View post tag: USD16.75 October 14, 2011 USA: Robertson Fuel Systems Wins USD16.75 Million V-22 Aircraft Contract View post tag: million View post tag: Fuel View post tag: Systems View post tag: usa Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: Robertson Fuel Systems Wins USD16.75 Million V-22 Aircraft Contract View post tag: contract Share this article
Let us work together to for a better marine environment.That’s the task facing us – you can count on the UK to work with you to achieve it.Thank you. Distinguished guests,It is great to be part of Oceans Action Day and this important programme of work to advance ocean issues such as ocean acidification within the climate context.It is important we provide a clear vision and direction to mobilise the ocean agenda at the UNFCCC.Why does it matter? Because our planet is changing, our oceans are changing too and we have the opportunity to work together, using cutting-edge science and innovative policy, to realise our ambition for the ocean.Our seas and ocean make up around two thirds of the planet – and the UK is at the forefront of scientific research to improve our ocean observations and understanding of the marine environment.The UK is an island nation, half of us live within 40 miles of the coast, so our lives are inextricably linked with the ocean. It is our global life–support system.Where I represent in the UK Parliament is a constituency called Suffolk Coastal – the only constituency with the word coast in it – and we look out across the North Sea to the world with a rich marine environment supporting tourism, renewable energy and also have enterprise like fishing, Felixstowe port, which is key for transporting goods from around the world into and out of the UK.These are the tangible relationships we have with our seas.We see today the effect of climate change and the climate projections reflect that the challenges ahead that we see directly are stark. While the rising sea levels that risk flooding to communities and to agricultural land are obvious, we should also worry about what is happening in the depths of the ocean.The ocean stores carbon but we are still unsure how much carbon is permanently removed from the climate system. In the past 150 years, it has absorbed half of all the carbon dioxide that human beings have generated. This has led to ocean acidification, which is happening fast and threatens marine life.Coral reefs are being damaged by this acidification and by the rise in the temperature of the water that surrounds them. Corals provide vital habitats; they sustain some of the richest biodiversity on this planet and hundreds of millions of people depend on them for food, fishing and tourist revenue, and protection against storms.In the UK we are concerned by the recent special report by the Inter-Government Panel on Climate Change, specifically where the Panel predicted that even if temperature rise were limited to 1.5oC, 70% of coral reefs would disappear. With a 2ºC rise, virtually all would be lost.This is why Australia, Belize and Mauritius are leading the Commonwealth Blue Charter action plan on Coral Reef Protection and Restoration, and today I am very pleased to say that we are joining them. This action group will be a platform to promote collaborative research, workshops and seminars, showcasing successful case studies among the Commonwealth partners.The ongoing warming of the ocean is reducing its ability to absorb carbon dioxide. Recently published work on the UK Shelf Seas highlights the key processes that maintain their status, variability and response to impacts.The UK recently joined the International Partnership for Blue Carbon to help improve understanding of the importance of the carbon stored in our seas and coastal ecosystems and the lessons for policy in monitoring, managing and valuing these precious habitats.Mangrove forests, which we should rebrand “blue forests”, are some of the most carbon rich and productive habitats on earth. As well as playing a critical role in supporting endangered biodiversity and carbon sequestration they have other benefits including storm protection, erosion prevention and climate change adaption and resilience; hundreds of millions of coastal people rely on mangroves for their day to day livelihoods as they enable sustainable aquaculture.The UK recognises that the IPBC drives vital enhancements in the understanding of, and accelerates action on, the important role that mangroves and other blue carbon ecosystems play in bringing biodiversity, climate change resilience and economic benefits.And, this is why yesterday I announced that the UK will also join the Fiji-led Commonwealth Blue Charter Action Group on ocean and climate change to raise ambition for ocean health and climate action and restoration of carbon-sequestering ecosystems such as mangroves, coastal swamps and seagrass.The truth is that the ocean is trying to tell us something. This is no distant threat that can be put off and dealt with later – we need to tell the story of the damage carbon emissions are having on the ocean now. We need to raise these issues and to do something about it here in Poland.That’s the challenge to live within our carbon means and the means of our biodiversity and our ecosystems that support us.So what can we do about it?The UK’s commitment to the Paris Agreement and to tackling global climate change remains steadfast. The Talanoa Dialogue is a critical moment for the world to take stock of progress and to discuss opportunities for further action. It will be vital that countries update their international commitments (NDCs) in light of the Dialogue, as well as the IPCC’s 1.5 Special Report.And to help us do that, we need the best science to turn the best understanding we have into the best steps we can take.This is why HMG is supporting Plymouth Marine Laboratory in leading the first European hub as part of a global network to observe and assess ocean acidification and its impact upon the world’s ocean.This initiative is part of a wider research community action, the Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network (GOA-ON), which has encouraged the formation of regional hubs in North America, Latin America, Africa and the Western Pacific to collaborate on all aspects of OA monitoring research. This new hub for the NE Atlantic will complement these existing hubs and is a brilliant example of how we will continue to drive global efforts to improve ocean acidification monitoring and ensure we best understand how the ocean and marine life will adapt to these changes.Collaboration is essential and the UK is supporting the work others are doing to coordinate on ocean observations and science through the G7 Future of the Seas and Oceans Working Group as well as initiatives such as New Zealand’s Commonwealth Blue Charter Action Group on Ocean Acidification. And I am happy to announce that that the UK is joining the New Zealand–led Commonwealth Blue Charter Ocean Acidification action group.The role of science and data was underpinned by Canada in their G7 Presidency. This matters because we need to help protect our marine environment from the multiple stresses we have put upon it.A recent publication from The UK Marine Climate Change Impacts Partnership (MCCIP) has examined the impacts climate change will have on our unique UK habitats, from coral gardens to seagrass beds…..from saline lagoons to saltmarshes and the links between plankton, fish and birds.That is not to say that we abandon sustainable blue growth.But we do have to stop behaving as if the riches the ocean gives us is inexhaustible. In the UK, we have committed £26.5 million to the Commonwealth Marine Economies programme to support sustainable economic growth in the most vulnerable Small Island Developing States.We must all learn how to sustainably use and protect these precious assets. And that’s why we need this Oceans Action Day to remind us of the importance of the two thirds of our world blue spaces that are just as precious as our green spaces.Now, what we are discussing here today, is a powerful reason why we need to continue to build the momentum and raise the awareness on the relevance of ocean–related issues in the climate change realm.Science is the spur to action but it will require a huge amount of political will. This is challenging as we balance the consequences of the carbon-based development that we’ve enjoyed with trying to secure these benefits for all of the world’s people.So we need: To build on the excellent examples of coordination to strengthen partnership working across the globe on ocean observations To promote our excellence in science beyond the scientific community To recognise the importance of ocean-climate scientific research and the role it plays in climate action
From ballet boy to Spider-Man! Tom Holland, who played the titular role in the West End’s Billy Elliot the Musical, is set to put all that training to good use as the new Spidey. According to Variety, the 19-year-old will be the third actor to play the superhero in a big budget movie, following Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. The new Spider-Man film, now part of the Marvel universe, will hit theaters on July 28, 2017, although Holland is first expected to appear as the character in Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War before then.Holland made his West End debut as Michael in Billy Elliot in June 2008, before beginning performances in the title role that September. He has also appeared in the movie The Impossible, starring opposite Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor. Additional screen credits include the TV adaptation of Wolf Hall; he will soon be seen in the movie In the Heart of the Sea, directed by Ron Howard, alongside Chris Hemsworth.Check out Holland showing off some Spidey-like moves on his Instagram below! View Comments
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York [dropcap]T[/dropcap]he two fiery dragons may have zipped their flaming snouts for now—thankfully sparing the platinum blonde locks of their mistress Queen Daenerys Targaryen—but the debate has just begun to heat up over the Game of Thrones season five opener. (Beware of spoilers!)Have the show runners finally gone too far? Have the fans of George R.R. Martin’s epic “A song of Ice and Fire” books been betrayed because the plot lines have truly diverged? Or are they going to continue to “hate-watch” the HBO series, as one of our crew here calls his Sunday night viewing experience glued to the tube?As Martin labors to finish what he started, the show’s creators, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, press on their own way, killing off a major character, Mance Rayder, the king of the free-folk/Wildlings, in the season opener. They had him burned at the stake, instead of following the book’s switcheroo when Stannis Baratheon’s mistress Melisandre summons some of her magic and subs a character named Rattleshirt disguised as Mance to go up in flames in his stead. Live free or die, indeed.Melisandre, also known as The Red Woman, in Game of Throne’s season 5 premiere. (Photo credit: Helen Sloan/ HBO)Face it, readers, you will always have your jam-packed books—whether Martin gets to the end himself, or a ghostwriter finishes the job. But for us watchers, the series is still as good as it gets. Whether we will ever want to go back and read the source material is another story.All the HBO show’s special ingredients were on full display as the season got underway. There’s nudity, sexuality, depravity, sudden violence, stunning locations, splendid costumes, tense drama, blood, breasts and guts. What more do we need? It did not disappoint. Of course, not having read the books, we did not know what we were missing, nor what was supposed to be coming. That’s the joy of it, we suppose.With an assist from his brother Jaime, Tyrion Lannister (played to perfection by Pinker Dinklage) managed to escape from the dungeon at Kings Landing but not from the abyss of his guilt. One of our favorite characters in the series, the small guy shot his evil dad, Tywin Lannister, with a crossbow as the dastardly Lord of Casterly Rock sat on the privy and also strangled the only love of his life, Shae, after finding her lying naked in his dad’s bed. That’s gotta be tough on anyone. Too bad he’ll never see a therapist, because he does have a lot of issues to work out. We hope he finds closure somehow—if he doesn’t, don’t you dare spoil it!Meanwhile, our other favorite male on the show, Jon Snow, won a temporary truce at Castle Black between the free folk/wildlings and the Night’s Watch—without a creepy ice walker in sight—but self-declared King Stannis Baratheon had to go and ruin it.The character Tyrion Lannister killed his father in Game of Throne’s season 4 finale last year. (Credit: HBO)And way, way down south, across the sea, Dany is still missing a dragon, and the two she has locked away look rather depressed from their neglect, and that could be cause for animal rights’ activists, assuming the former slave kingdom of Meereen ever had any, which is doubtful. Khaleesi, as we like to call her with humble devotion, has a complicated relationship with other creatures. She hatched three dragons herself, lost one, and, proving she’s no vegetarian, ate the heart of a stallion. As for the Great Harpy of Meeren, the big bronze-buttocked-and-bare-breasted female with wings mounted atop the Great Pyramid, the new queen apparently has no respect for idols of the past, having her forces pull the statue down with ropes and demolishing it in a great moment of television action and special effects.And next week we get to see what the Stark girls are up to: Arya is about to meet a cult of mysterious assassins and Sansa is going to find out what master spy Littlefinger has in mind for her. And from what we’ve seen so far, it can’t be good.
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“I am now self-isolating, but I will continue to lead the government’s response via video-conference as we fight this virus.”Topics : British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Friday that he is self-isolating after testing positive for COVID-19.”Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus,” he said on Twitter.
The top decision-making body of China’s parliament has scheduled a meeting for June 28-30 and the law, which will pave the way for the biggest change to the city’s way of life since its handover in 1997, is expected to be enacted then.One of the most globally recognized faces in Hong Kong’s democracy movement, Wong, 23, began his activism during secondary school when he led a hunger strike against a national education system and later became one of the protest leaders for the 2014 pro-democracy Umbrella Movement.”I call on the world to stand with Hong Kong and urge China to pull back this evil law,” Wong said. “I will probably be the prime target of the new law. But what makes me fear is not my potential imprisonment, but the gloomy fact that the new law will be a threat over the city’s future and not just my personal life,” Wong told Reuters.”Journalists, human rights groups, NGOs, and expats may fall prey to the new law since all dissenting voices can be charged with inciting subversion, like the situation in China.”The draft law has alarmed foreign governments and Hong Kong democracy activists, who are concerned that Beijing is eroding the high degree of autonomy granted to the former British colony when it was returned to Chinese rule in 1997.China says the national security law will target only a small group of troublemakers and people who abide by the legislation have no reason to worry. Topics : Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong believes he will be a “prime target” of Beijing’s move to impose national security legislation on the Chinese-ruled city that critics say will crush its much coveted freedoms.The law aims to tackle separatism, subversion, terrorism and collusion with foreign forces, although it is unclear what activities would constitute such crimes and what the punishment would be.Wong has rallied support for the pro-democracy movement overseas, meeting politicians from the United States, Europe and elsewhere, drawing the wrath of Beijing, which says he is a “black hand” of foreign forces.
Tweet 15 Views one comment Sharing is caring! Hon Housing Minister, Reginald AustrieThe Government of the People’s Republic of China has made available a first tranche of funds for the construction of forty one (41) houses in the Carib Territory.Hon Housing Minister, Reginald Austrie, confirmed this during an interview with GIS News this week.Just last year, Government announced that the PRC Government had offered to finance the construction of the houses for the island’s indigenous people. The Housing Minister said that the sites have already been identified and tenders sent out.“The project has been approved and in fact, while we speak, we have received about half a million dollars for commencement of the project. The total value of the project is about 1.4 million (XCD1 400 000.00). The sites have been identified but on some of the sites, there is a lot of infrastructural work to be done like in Gullet River, In St. Cyr and in Sineku, we have to do the roads and infrastructure at considerable costs. But, in areas like Mahaut River where we will be constructing four houses, at Salybia in Point we are going to be doing four, in Bataca we are doing five and in Concord we are going to be doing two. These sites are ready to go and so what we have done so far is sometime late last week, the tender documents were sent out and we are hoping that within the next two weeks, we will receive those tender documents.”Work on the houses is expected to begin before the end of the year. The Housing Minister said that this is an extension to the on-going housing revolution in the Carib Territory. He added that this a tangible demonstration of Government’s commitment to residents of the Carib Territory“We believe that the Carib people should be singled out for special treatment and that is why the Government is doing all in its power to ensure that the Carib people are treated as a special people in Dominica; not only in terms of housing but in terms of health. You realise that we just opened a new health centre and while it was funded by a foreign entity, but the Government still made a contribution to that facility because we recognise the importance of that facility. In terms of education, in terms of health, in terms of housing, the Carib people continue to receive from this Government.”Government will work with the Carib council to facilitate the allocation of the houses to residents“The plan we had for the forty-one Venezuelan houses, we had, based on the situation that existed at that time, so it all depends on when these houses are completed. It all depends on what the situation is at that particular point in time we will decide on the allocation of those houses. But, as usual, we are involving the Carib Council. We are involving the Parliamentary Representative. We are involving the Department of Carib Affairs. So any decision that is taken as far as development in the Carib Territory in concerned, particularly in housing, we have unanimous support and approval from the Carib people because we ensure that we are involving all the entities, all the stake holders in the Carib Territory.”By: Mervin Matthew and Emmanuel H. Joseph Government Information Service Share Share Share LocalNews Chinese government to fund housing project in the Carib Territory by: – August 26, 2011