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27 SUFFOLK LANE
4 BED for $7,500
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264 OGDEN AVENUE
5 BED for $929,000
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212 MAPLE STREET
6 BED for $1,550,000
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266 BROAD AVENUE
4 BED for $699,000
 
 
 
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Testimonials for Ruth Miron-Schleider Ruth Miron-Schleider

Dr. Arthur Gross & Dr. Nofit Weiss, Tenafly, New Jersey Writes: We cannot recommend Ruth highly enough. From start to finish she served us with incredible enthusiasm and expertise. Her knowledge of the local market and her ability to utilize that knowledge found us our home. Her resourcefulness and availability (she took our calls via satellite phone even on vacation!) ensured that we got the house. There is no one we would trust more when buying or selling a home.

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Tenafly.................$1.35 million 120 Devriese Court 6 Bedroom 5 Full Baths 2 Half Bath 71 weeks 44-year-old wood midcentury modern; commercial-grade appliances, family room, 3 fireplaces, study, h/w floors, c/a, basement, deck, pool, 3-car garage, 0.95-acre lot; taxes $42,667; listed at $1.45 million. Brokers: Prostar Properties; Miron Properties.

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Introducing “Cultural Arts” Theme to Downtown Englewood Introducing “Cultural Arts” Theme to Downtown Englewood

Introducing “Cultural Arts” Theme to Downtown EnglewoodIn an effort to make arts more prominent in Englewood’s downtown area, city planners have proposed an “avenue of the arts” as a way to strengthen the cultural arts, building off of Englewood’s famed, bergenPAC. The anticipated “avenue of arts,” which would run the length of North Van Brunt Street, would include major points of reference such as the current city hall, Depot Square Park, Mackay ...