Urban real estate development is helping to make the “Big Apple” a little bit sweeter. Through offering to fund homes, projects and much more, companies vested in the growth of the community in NYC bring their A-game to the table every day helping to develop NYC neighborhoods. These are some of the urban real estate development companies that are helping this process along.
Urban Development Partners 1776 Broadway 606, New York
Urban View Development Jen101 Broadway, Brooklyn ·
Anbau Enterprises 11 E 26th St, New York
Celebrity Homes Are All Over NYC
Celebrities can pretty much live anywhere they want. While LA and Hollywood are where you might find many celebs due to work. Many own homes here for a private getaway while they’re in the studio. Many celebs, however, choose to live on the other side of the U.S in magical NYC. Celebs know that when it comes to the amenities they need you’ll find it all in the city that never sleeps.
From shopping and dining to top notch schools and high class living at its very finest, the Big Apple is waiting for you to get your slice of the apple! Looking for celebs in NYC to live by? Some of the celebrities you may run into in NYC’s Upper Westside include but are not limited to the following.
How Urban Real Estate Development Helps NYC Neighborhoods
Urban real estate development is imperative to bringing continued life and longevity to NYC neighborhoods. Through supporting positive strong community growth in both residential homes and industrial growth the urban real estate sector helps invigorate NYC neighborhoods. By bringing major long-term investors to a community it helps the community to develop a strong financial structure for growth. This attracts a variety of businesses giving ample opportunity for future generational wealth for these businesses or private parties looking to invest in a strong real estate market.
The United States has proven oil reserves in excess of 36 billion barrels. There’s also an estimated 198 million barrels of recoverable oil still undiscovered. There are several very productive sites throughout the United States where oil companies are tapping into those reserves with great results. In 2012 oil production rose by 800,000 barrels as more companies got involved in drilling for oil in the U.S. It was the largest increase in oil production in a single year ever recorded. Industry analysts say the U.S. could potentially surpass Saudi Arabia and become the largest oil producer in the world.
The Illinois Basin
The Illinois Basin is another region of the United States where there are large oil deposits being accessed by oil companies. Since 1905 when major oil production began in the region, over four billion barrels of oil has been yielded. Cunningham Energy is one energy company that has had shallow leases there since 2008. They have a number of very productive wells and offer a variety of oilfield equipment and services including the drilling of horizontal and vertical wells. Cunningham Energy plans to increase its oil production there.
Montana and North Dakoda
There are oil reserves all over the United States. The ability to get oil from shale has made Montana and North Dakoda major oil producing areas. Oil was discovered on the region’s Bakken Formation in 1951. There is potentially as much as 4.3 billion barrels in that area alone. Marathon Oil Corporation, EOG Resources and a number of other companies have large oilfield development holdings in the region.
Oil deposits offshore in the Gulf of Mexico is estimated to be as much as 115.1 billion barrels. BP and other major oil companies have been taking oil out of the region for years. The oil industry has helped to bolster the local economy significantly. And with such vast reserves drilling and other oil extraction efforts will continue in the region for a long time.
It has been estimated that the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge has about 16 billion barrels of recoverable that hasn’t yet been tapped. The National Petroleum Reserve–Alaska has 6.7 to 15.0 billion barrels. There also a large accumulation of oil in the Prudhoe Bay oil field where Exxon and other oil companies have been working. These regions offer high quality oil that easy to process into diverse oil, gas and other petroleum products.
The Olympia, Washington-based Northwest Pulp & Paper Association (NWPPA) has presented its 2016 Environmental Excellence Award to Port Townsend Paper of Port Townsend, Washington.
In addition to consuming considerable amounts of recovered fiber, the Port Townsend Paper mill has, over the past 10 years, reduced greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels by nearly 60 percent, according to the company.
“Three hundred employees of Port Townsend Paper accomplished this,” says Colin Fernie, president of Port Townsend Paper and Crown Packaging. “We appreciate the recognition and are committed to continued environmental stewardship.”
Steve Klinger, Crown Paper Group CEO, adds, “When Crown Paper acquired the mill in 2015, we said we would invest to transform it into a high performing business. This award is a milestone in that transformation, and there are more milestones to come. We are optimizing our Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) Standard boiler. We are accelerating settlement pond remediation. We are converting to compressed natural gas. Port Townsend Paper is on an upward trend.”
Read the full article.