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the eastern seaboard of the United States (especially the strip between Boston and Washington D

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With over 19 years experience as an agent for EastCoast Entertainment, Barry Herndon has done an outstanding job establishing positive working relationships with clients and artist alike.
Cisneros notes, for example, that net effective rents at EastCoast -- which, as of last month, included two months' free rent and an owner-paid agent fee, according to a leasing agent at the building -- were basically at the same level as when the units were first offered a couple years ago.
Other primary subcontractors included mechanical contractor American Mechanical; roofing contractor Greenwood Industries; painting contractor, Eastcoast Spraying; and flooring contractor Merrimac Tile & Stone.
The event featured more than 40 high-end properties from around New York City including: One Hanson Place 80 Metropolitan, Forte, One Brooklyn Bridge Park, The Edge, Toren, Northside Piers, The View at EastCoast, 99 John Street, The Visionaire, Sixty Beach, 45 John Street, 25 Broad Street, Fifteen Madison Square North, 34 Leonard Street, Morgan Court, The Sky House, Sheffield57, The 505 HK, Platinum, The Laurel, The Brompton, Mirada, Century Tower, Azure, 255 East 74th Street, 995 5th Avenue, The Lucida, 535 West End Avenue, The Rushmore, Ariel, Avonova, 200 West End Avenue, Park Columbus, 150 West 87th Street, The Harrison, Solaria, and Latitude.
who did his college thesis on the feeding and growth of oysters and is president of the Eastcoast Shellfish Growers Association, said that the small state of Connecticut alone has a "$60-million-a-year oyster industry with 650 jobs.
The offshore fields themselves have been developed by EastCoast Energy Corporation (ECE), which was spun out of PanOcean Energy Corporation, a longstanding investor in Tanzania.
According to the Magnolia Banner-News, the governor talked about the need for moral character as well as academic achievement, and he talked about how Waldo students should be able to compete with students from "any of the expensive prep schools on the EastCoast.
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Tyneidols, based in Whitley Bay and run by ex-Lindisfarne drummer Ray Laidlaw and EastCoast Taxis managing director Paul Irwin, have sponsored under-13 side Monkseaton Blacks.
The free event, which ran from 10am to 3pm, was organised by North Tyneside Council and supported by Infiniti Newcastle, Eastcoast Taxis and Whitley Bay Chamber of Trade.
Big Girls Don't Cry features The Eastcoast Boys in an updated show that promises a feelgood vibe with a live band recreating the iconic sound including hits such as Sherry, Grease Is The Word, Bye Bye Baby, Beggin, Silence is Golden and Working My Way Back to You.
We'd asked for nominations for a true ambassador for their area and Alan's itineraries with EastCoast Taxis and Tours (www.
This week we're giving you the chance to win an Eastcoast Boyz bass guitar and an amp to pump up the volume, too.
celebrated the Topping Out of their first condominium at EastCoast, the 22-acre waterfront site in Long Island City last week.
EastCoast Energy Corporation (ECE), which was spun out of PanOcean Energy Corporation in 2004, has developed the Songo Songo fields offshore southeast Tanzania to supply a range of industrial clients in Dar es Salaam as well as the Ubungo facility.