Why New York City Is Town Residential’s Kind Of Town

If you can make it there, you can make it anywhere. And Town Residential’s expansion into Manhattan indicates that this impressive realty company is rapidly becoming a Big Apple fixture. As reported in the industry’s e-newsmagazine Craine’s New York Business three years ago, the company signed a long term lease to open an office in the city’s trendy meatpacking district. The move positioned Town Residential to be in a good geographic location for real estate dealing in a variety of diverse NYC neighborhoods, ranging from Hudson Yards to TriBeCa.


The move caused the company to rub shoulders with some of the Hudson River’s most iconic NYC neighbors, including the famous railway-to-elevated-park, the High Line. At the time of that 2013 acquisition, Town Residential had only been a presence in Manhattan for three years despite opening ten office locations across the city.


Three years later, it has merged several of its locations, and has today four primary offices in the historic Flatiron Building, Gramercy Park, Astor Place, and in the Financial District. Focusing on the sales and leasing of high end properties, the company has shown itself to be a realty leader in sales, leasing, marketing, and the development of new properties. The company’s expertise extends to commercial as well as residential buildings.

Past projects in the Manhattan area include:

  • The Morningside Condominium (Harlem)
  • Greenwich Club Residences (Financial District)
  • The Clement Clark (Chelsea)
  • 33 Vestry Street (TriBeCa)
  • 53 Greene Street (SoHo)
  • 55 Warren Street (TriBeCa)
  • 385 West 12th Street (West Village)
  • 441 East 57th Street (Sutton Place)
  • Observatory Place (East Harlem)


Typical of Town Residential buildings, these structures offer a range of living options from penthouses to studios to four bedroom apartments. All buildings also feature green construction methods and amenities.


In addition to making a sizable mark quickly within the NYC community in terms of sales and leasing, the company has won much praise for its work culture. Featuring more than 600 employees representing a variety of industry disciplines, Town Residential has won both the Best Firm to Work For and one of the Top 50 Best Places to Work in New York City awards.


In 2015 following its residential successes, the company created a Town Commercial branch. Focusing solely on the development, marketing, sales, and leasing of commercial property, Town Commercial specializes in helping clients acquire and sell properties in addition to helping them meet 1030 obligations.


And proving that they have indeed made it in Manhattan, Town Residential has expanded its services “south of the border” to Miami, Florida. In this locale, it both rents and sells homes and condos, undeveloped beach front properties, and residential packages ranging from buildings to spas. In both locations buyers and sellers can expect fast and effective results, with no attention spared as to detail. This makes Town Residential the realty company that is well at home wherever it chooses to work.

Michael Zomber Turns Lemons Into Lemonaid

Michael Zomber has had many ups and downs over the last few years. He was exonerated from federal prison in 2011. While incarcerated, Zomber used the experience to do some real soul searching. Not only did he do many things inside to help other prisoners such as researching court cases and helping them attain GEDs, he also did what he does best: write.

Zomber is the author of several highly-acclaimed novels. He is also one of the world’s foremost authorities on antique weaponry. He has a vast collection of guns, Samurai swords and other items. His 40 years of experience is featured on the History Channel show: Tales of the Gun.

Several of Zomber’s novels are to the back drop of war and chaos. He is a storyteller that loves to draw the reader into the realities of war and how it tears families apart. Some of his best-received novels include Sweet Betsy, That’s Me, Jesus and the Samurai, Son of Kentucky, Jesus and the Samurai and Park Avenue.

Zomber was born to the parents of two German immigrants and raised in Pennsylvania. He received a BA from the University of Illinois and a MA from UCLA. He embarked on a writing career shortly after having left college.

Zomber and his wife own a production company that has produced a number of films. He is a huge philanthropist and has given thousands of dollars to many organizations like UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders and Operation Smile.

Zomber lives in Philadelphia with his wife and two children.

Court Issues Temporary Restraining Order Against Laidlaw & Company

Laidlaw & Company is a well-known investment investment bank. A few months ago, a US Federal Court issued a temporary restraining order against the company. Laidlaw & Company’s principals, Matthew Eitner and James Ahern, were also issued a temporary restraining order.

The reason why the court issued the restraining order was to prevent Laidlaw & Company is because Laidlaw is accused of disseminating statements that are misleading and not true. It was also issued to protect the interests of stockholders of the company Relmada.

Relmada has filed a lawsuit against Relmada, and the court order was issued in response to that. Apparently Laidlaw attempted to take control of Relmada by disseminating misleading information and false information. The CEO of Relmada, Sergio Traversa, said they were pleased at the court’s decision to issue the order.

About Laidlaw & Company
The company’s principal owners are Matthew Eitner and James Ahern. Laidlaw & Company is a popular investment bank that offers wealth management services and alternative investments services. Laidlaw has offices around the world, including the United States and Europe.

Laidlaw employs over 150 employees, and they have a strong focus on healthcare investment. The company has experience with helping various types of companies quickly raise capital. They are able to do this via a highly experienced and well-trained sales force.

If any company is interested in raising capital so they can grow, then contact Laidlaw & Company. I highly recommend doing business with them.

Bridging The Gap With Securus Video Visitation

Emotional cheer leading has become the inspirational standout focus of Securus video visitation for inmates. Wildly successful, inmate video chatting has bridged the gap on long distance relationships, especially for parents. Separation creates a dramatic development in a child’s life, mentally and emotionally. Not having a physical presence with children can result in developmental delays. Yet, according to the Science Daily, the International Communication Association says simple video chats can help overcome the constraints of long-distance relationships by creating stronger bonds.

Making Long Distance Work

One of the most vexing problems for incarcerated individuals is continuing communication with family. The byproducts to remain in contact with inmates like travel, time, and cost can be devastating. Incarcerated parents rarely get to visit with children, and when they do, it’s a weekend visit that’s cut short due to time, distance and family responsibilities. Securus video visitation has taken on one of the biggest transformations in inmate communications. Video visitation is offered seven days a week, compared to jailhouse visits that are available twice weekly.

The beauty and opportunity of Securus video visitation is the availability this communication offers. Inmates are not limited to time constraints when contacting kids, and this has been one of the most significant elements of Securus video visitation. For example, incarcerated individuals are able to speak directly with children to help with homework, read bedtime stories, or even keep up-to-date with sick bedridden kids. Childhood accidents and sickness typically derail a prison visit, however, Securus video visitation overcomes those obstacles. “Parents are the ideal candidate to take advantage of these options because it keeps consistent communication lines open at home,” says one associate.

On-The-Go Visits

Securus has a number of options to keep in touch with incarcerated family members, like video, email, and phone services. All the options make it easier to communicate while on the go. Many people face economic constraints and can’t take the time to visit an inmate. For many, it takes a full day to travel to and from a jail visit, only to get an hour with a loved one, but video visitation, email, and phone calls can all be completed from any location. Securus mobile apps are new tools that help bypass most communication obstacles. Additionally, abstract thoughts written in an email oftentimes help kids appreciate the value of writing. Complimenting technology by emailing words of endearment can also bring comfort to children.

Thanks to Securus technologies, families can continue emotional bonds.

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Crystal Hunt A Lover of All Things

Crystal Hunt was born on February 5, 1985 in Clearwater, Florida, as Crystal Clarese Hunt. She is an actress and a producer. She is best known for many roles like Lauren in Magic Mike XXL. She also was famous for her roles as Lizzie Spaulding on Guiding Light and Stacy Morasco on One Life to Live. She played in a fantastic movie called The Derby Stallion in 2005 with co-star Zac Efron. She is also involved with the POP Network show “Queen of Drama” where she plays herself.

Crystal Hunt is a beautiful long time Pageant girl, as she started at a very young age. Hunt took singing lessons, and her favorite talent at the pageant was acting. She starred in commercials for The Walt Disney Company and an anti-drug ad with the famous boy band NSYNC. She got to work with major celebrities like Tom Hanks.

Her personal interests are really fast cars, shooting clay discs, deep-sea fishing and Country Music. She does like to listen to all types of music like R&B, Hip Hop and Rock, but Country is her favorite. She loves I Love Lucy and she is a big fan of TV-Land. On Instagram she has several pictures of her carved pumpkins, physique 57 instructor Chloe getting her to stay in shape and brunch with her friend Dania J Ramirez. She is also obsessed with Barney’s NYC.

Once again she loves music! Crystal had an awesome moment on stage with Christina Perri and Jason Mraz while he sang “I Won’t Give Up” she stated she was in love.

What a wonderful, young, beautiful, successful women she has become. Hunt is a lover of dogs and all animals, and a really great person inside and out. This is what makes her unique and true to her talent. When you have a dream at a young age like her, you just have to pursue it.

Her other ventures include owning a place called My Pets Dream Boutique in her hometown of Clearwater, Florida. It was a lovely high-end pet boutique that served all types of dogs.