The Quincy Is Now Open For Leasing

Located on Nielsen Street, the Quincy has opened it doors for leasing to the general public now. This is a newly constructed modern multilevel rental apartment complex in the heart of New Brunswick. It is targeted for the middle class professional and young adult couples who are starting out in their lives. One and two bedroom units are available for lease as well as the smaller studio apartments.


The Quincy’s official address is at 120 Nielsen Street, New Brunswick, New Jersey. The leasing office for the property is found at another building. It is located in the professional building found at 303 George St., Suite 102 New Brunswick NJ 08901. This is a short walking distance away from the Quincy building. The management company in charge of the Quincy is Alliance Residential Company.


The hours of the leasing office are from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. on weekdays. The office is closed on weekdays. You can reach the Quincy leasing office by calling 732.284.4040 and send inquiries vial email to [email protected]


Pets are welcome at the Quincy and there are amenities such as a dog park for pet owners on the grounds. The Quincy has its own parking garage for residents and their guests. The garage is located indoors and is secure. Recreational amenities on site include a rooftop pool, lounge, fitness center, exercise studio room and community room.


A Pizza Delivery Driver Is Robbed On Quincy Circle


Quincy Circle in Dayton, New Jersey and not New Brunswick had a pizza delivery driver robbery incident. A group of three were said to have approached a delivery driver and put a gun to his head. They demanded cash, his wallet and the pizza before speeding off. They were later caught a year later, thanks to police detective work that traced their phone calls to setting up the pizza delivery to Quincy Circle.


A Man Is Shot At The New Brunswick Apartments


The New Brunswick Apartments found at 33 Commercial Avenue in New Brunswick, New Jersey had a shooting take place at about 9:00 in the evening on October 5th, 2015. There was one gunmen who fled the scene as soon as police arrived. One person was reported to be shot. He suffered mild injuries and was transported to an area hospital by car. The supposed shooter was described by witnesses to have been wearing a hoodie and ran off towards Nielsen Street after committing the crime.


IAP Worldwide Services Acquiring Other Companies

IAP Worldwide Services, Inc. (IAP) a major player in the logistics field with more than 2,000 employees. The company recently acquired DRS Technologies, Inc. (DRS). DRS is located in Oklahoma City, Ok., IAP also brought under their umbrella the Tactical Communications & Network Solutions (TCNS) business situated in Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. These acquired businesses further the range of IAP’s presence in aircraft repair, engineering information technology, and communication services to the U.S. Department of Defense, as well as other agencies being served by IAP. IAP Worldwide has a commitment to expand and to remain as efficient as possible while executing their proven abilities to expand their operations in the world theater of logistics support.

Doug Kitani is the CEO of IAP, and he has expressed satisfaction that his company will continue to remain efficient and to further their growth in the area of logistics around the world.

IAP began its operations in 1953 as Pan Am World Services, Inc. when the company started building and operating America’s first space launch complex base in Cape Canaveral, FL. Since its beginning on the sands of Florida, IAP has merged and acquired with similar businesses until it has arrived on the world stage as a major supplier to military campaigns and to disaster relief programs.

The United States of America has been a constant player on the world stage and must present armies and navies across the globe at a moment’s notice. The U.S. military relies on logistics experts like IAP to have materials, housing, engineering, repair and supplies available immediately. It is necessary for IAP to store and maintain these items and to have them shipped to wherever these supplies and equipment are needed. The inability to deliver needed items could result in the loss of military campaigns and the deaths of countless soldiers and sailors. As long as there are disasters and wars on the planet, there will be the urgent need for companies like IAP to come to the rescue. The efficiency of their operations is critical because, in this case, human lives do hang in the balance.

Transit Professionals Meet to Address the Transportation Issue in Williamson County

Austin area’s transit discussions usually address the issues of the city itself, but things changed on Thursday 15 December when William County Growth Summit availed a chance for discussing transportation challenges that the suburban communities encounter. The panel comprised of Mike Heiligenstein, Mobile Authority’s executive director, Leandre Johns, Jared Ficklin of ArgoDesign, Joseph Kopser, the founder of RideScout LLC, and Uber Technologies. During the event that took place at the Sheraton Georgetown Texas Hotel, the attendees discussed how technology is transforming the transportation sector in Austin and around the world.


Mike Heiligenstein’s declarations


Mike noted that advanced technologies like ridesharing and driverless vehicles applications are redefining the transportation infrastructure. However, he added that Austin area should invest heavily in expanding its transportation infrastructure, especially by developing more roads that are advanced. He stated that building smarter roads is the ideal way of serving the mobile demands of a rapidly growing population.


The panel moderator Alan McGraw wanted to know what the policy makers could do to revolutionize the transportation infrastructure. Ficklin responded by saying that construction and land-use rules must remain flexible. He said that the future parking garage would be slightly taller than the vehicle itself. It will possess several levels, with charging center on one level and a service station on the other level. This design does not fit into the existing building code.


Mike Heiligenstein and Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority


Mike Heiligenstein has a successful professional career in overseeing infrastructure development in the whole of Central Texas. Currently, he serves as the head of Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority. Formed in 2002, the Mobile Authority is a government agency that operates independently. It specializes in designing a sophisticated, regional network of transportation for Central Texas. The board appointed Mike as the manager of the agency in 2003.


Mike has served as an elected representative of the people of Central Texas area for 23 years. As a Williamson County’s elected official, Mike has overseen the expansion of transportation infrastructure, water, and wastewater facilities. Under Mike’s exceptional leadership, the Mobile Authority has a comprehensive program in motion that will results in assets worth $4 billion by 2020 and a fast-rising revenue stream, which is projected to hit $136.5 million by 2020.

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Billy McFarland’s Penchant For Founding Businesses Culminates in Magnises Card For Young Professionals

For Billy McFarland, the path to entrepreneurship began early. He was just 13 when he started his first business at home with just his computer. McFarland would go on to found several more companies before he graduated high school.

Once in college, he had the idea for Spling, an outfit that specializes in optimizing URL’s by changing them into graphics featured in a mosaic-patterned board. The startup was venture-backed and boasted clients like Discovery, Hearst, and Universal. McFarland was educated at Bucknell and studied engineering.

McFarland’s entrepreneurial spirit is tempered with that of the philanthropic, as he has started several nonprofit organizations. LEAP, which stands for Learning Entrepreneurship Through Active Participation, is an initiative designed to help kids in middle school and in high school learn business and computer skills.

His Accelerate Foundation helps athletes make connections with those who can mentor them in the field of their choice. It helps to promote financial stability in those needing to find another career after athletics has run its course.

According to BuzzFeed, Billy McFarland is also the founder of Fyre, a company that offers solutions for live entertainment. Their first offering, fyreBookings, streamlines the booking of performers, speakers, and athletes for events. It gives those hosting a group on-demand access to entertainers of many types.

Billy McFarland’s appreciation for community and technology converged when he started his next company, Magnises. Its hallmark is a black credit card on which the information from the credit card of your choice is imprinted.

There is a $250 annual fee and members are still able to use the credit card whose information has been copied. The card is for professionals, especially millennials, who are entrepreneurs and business people. Magnesis is not attached to a financial institution.

Members are currently pooled from New York City and from Washington D.C. and work in a variety of industries. Magnises hosts events for networking and has several locations open on a daily basis where members can interact with one another in person.

Upscale brands like Johnnie Walker, Tesla, and Samsung have provided members with interactive experiences and appreciate the exposure they get to this segment of the business population. Magnises has over 25,000 members to date.