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O wners , D evelopers &M anagers Developed by BNE Real Estate Group The Hillside Club has grand opening in Livingston, NJ L

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IVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston Mayor Mi- chael Silverman and fellow officials fromLivingston Township joined developer BNE Real Estate Group on Tuesday, April 21st, to cut the ceremonial ribbon on the new- est luxury rental community to hit the market in suburban Essex County: The Hillside Club. “Much of New Jersey’s lux- ury rental housing develop- ment in the last decade has focused on the state’s more urban communities, while many towns like Livingston

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have been underserved,” said Jonathan Schwartz , senior vice president of BNE Real Estate Group. “We tailored

The Hillside Club to cater to the growing demand in this area for amenity-rich, maintenance-free living. We know there are a lot of people who are drawn to the rental lifestyle and who also have their hearts set on Livingston. We urge them to visit the com- munity today, because The Hillside Club was designed with them in mind.” n Brubacher Excavating opens new office in Lehigh Valley OREFIELD, PA — Bru- bacher Excavating , an exca- vation and utility contractor, has opened a new office in the Lehigh Valley at 2970 Corpo- rate Court in Orefield. This is the company’s third location, with its headquarters located in Bowmansville, PA and its Energy Services division re- siding in Liberty, PA. While the office is new, Bru- bacher’s presence in the Le- high Valley is not. Some of the company’s more prominent work in the area includes: the Liberty Property Trust at the Lehigh Valley Industrial Park; the Crayola distribu- tion center at Majestic Beth- lehem Center Business Park; Heritage Building Group; and Boulder Business Center for Liberty Property Trust. “We have a growing list of loyal customers because of the way we approach the work and the people we employ. We felt this new office was necessary so we could better support and grow our presence that we have already established here in the Lehigh Valley,” said Keith Brubacher , president. Brubacher expects to bring 20 new jobs to the Lehigh Val- ley this year with the opening of its new office. The com- pany’s other two locations are expanding their teams as well to meet a growing demand for services. n

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