4B — August 11 - 24, 2017 — Central New Jersey — M id A tlAntic

Real Estate Journal


C entral n ew J ersey Frederico of Coldwell Banker Residential brokers sale

Eva’s Village&The ShrinersHospital forChildren receive grant from Charity Realty international T he sale of a Ruther- ford, NJ investment property located at

Recovery & Medical Services and Education & Job Training no wonder they were selected by the Purchaser, Aysylu Mar- danova as her philanthropic cause. The Shriners Hospital for Children operates in 22 loca- tions throughout North Amer- ica. They specialize in Pediat- ric Orthopedics, Burn Care, Spinal Cord Injuries, Cleft Lip and Palate surgeries all regardless of a family’s ability to pay. Seller, Robin Miller , is passionate in her support for them, as each charity re- ceived a grant in the amount of $1,200.

Charity Realty International would like to thank those re- sponsible for consummating this real estate transaction; Seller’s attorney; Gilbert M. levine, Esq. & Shawn R. McClelland, Esq., levine DeSantis , Springfield, NJ, Buyer’s attorney; Kevork Ad- anas, Esq. , Fort Lee, NJ and referring broker; Anthony Frederico, Coldwell Banker Residential Morristown, NJ. Charity Realty Internation- al, LLC is a NJ for profit com- mercial real estate brokerage and consulting firm. They are founded on the vision of using revenue from real estate bro- kerage to help fund and bring awareness to their client’s favorite causes. n Genomic Prediction moves to CCiT in North Brunswick NORTH BRuNSWiCK, NJ — When Rutgers University Associate Professor Dr. Nathan Treff co-founded Genomic Pre- diction earlier this year to help couples undergoing fertility treatments test their embryos for chromosomal abnormali- ties and genetic disorders, his requirements included a wet lab with a multitude of ameni- ties and easy access to both New York and Philadelphia. Through word of mouth from industry leaders, Treff learned the many benefits offered by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s (EDA’s) Commercialization Center for Innovative Technolo- gies (CCIT) and decided to set down his company’s roots at the life sciences incubator. @NJEDATech asked Dr. Treff about his plans to grow Genomic Prediction in New Jer- sey: Why did Genomic Predic- tion choose to grow here in NJ? Some of our key personnel have developed relationships in NJ, including Rutgers Uni- versity; that made the decision to reside in NJ very practical. The CCIT is located in a hotspot for genomic research and as a result it has been very easy to find highly talented individuals in our field. What CCIT resources do you plan to use as you expand your company? CCIT has already provided us with amazing support for developing our laboratory and business, including referrals to financial consultants and top-notch life science vendors. n

335 Union Ave., yields two grants from Charity Realty international as reported by their president, James F. Costanzo . Eva’s Kitchen Paterson, NJ founded by Monsignor Vincent Puma in 1982 has grown into a Village, encompassing three city blocks. Currently serving 1,300 meals daily with the help of their own culinary students, they are providing more than food, they serve platefuls of hope. Together with their Shel- ters & Housing, Treatment,

James Costanzo, President and Broker of Record, Charity Realty International, LLC & Heather Thompson, Director of Development, Eva’s Village

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