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Plot thickens in Gilgo Beach killings Do you recognize these people? Police release new sketches of Long Island killer’s victims Man found dead in women’s clothing may have worked as a prostitute

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Park51, the controversial community center and mosque, will officially open today. Community Board 1 chair Julie Menin and Sharif El-Gamal, head of the project, will speak, as will Rana Sodhi, a Sikh whose brother was killed in a hate crime in the city.

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The mystery surrounding the Gilgo Beach serial killer deepened yesterday, with new revelations that a man who may have worked as a prostitute was buried among the dead. In a desperate hope to catch the serial killer or killers using Long Island barrier beaches as a dumping ground for dead bodies, police released sketches yesterday of two of the victims. One of the victims is a woman with long hair,

The 10 victims Police suspect a serial killer or killers murdered 10 people, whose remains were found on isolated Long Island beaches. An Asian man (pictured above), between 17 and 23, was found in April in Suffolk County and may have died as many as 10 years ago.

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whom police are calling Jane Doe No. 6. Parts of her body were found this April off Ocean Parkway in Suffolk County and were matched by investigators to dismembered remains found about 30 miles away back in 2000. Also found buried along Ocean Parkway this April

A woman (also pictured above), 18-35, whose dismembered body parts were found in April and in 2000. A toddler, found next to Jane Doe No. 6, was linked to the DNA of a woman found in Nassau County. Megan Waterman, 22, a Maine resident and prostitute,

were the remains of an Asian man. Authorities said the man likely worked as a prostitute, adding that his body was discovered in women’s clothing. Suffolk County Police Commissioner Richard Dormer said he is hopeful someone will recognize either of the two and contact police. So far, the remains of 10 bodies have been recovered at beaches in Nassau and Suffolk counties. Eight

was found in December. Bronx resident Melissa Barthelemy’s body was found in December. The body of Connecticut resident Maureen BrainardBarnes, 25, was

women, one man, and the remains of a toddler have been found. Police think the toddler may be the child of one of the dead women. At least five of the dead women worked as prostitutes, leading police to suspect they are searching for a killer who targeted prostitutes who advertised on Craigslist. ALISON BOWEN

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found in December. Long Islander Amber Costello, 27, was found in December near Ocean Parkway. Jessica Taylor, 20, was identified after body parts found in

Jewelry clues found NEW YORK. Jewelry was also found near the toddler, who police say was found swaddled in a blanket. Officers released photos of bracelets, and two pairs of earrings, again hopeful someone will recognize the pieces and contact the cops. METRO/AB

March matched her torso, found in 2003. State police recovered the remains of a woman in Nassau County, who may be the child's mother. She was found seven miles away from the child’s body. Remains found in Nassau County in 1996 were linked to recent remains. Police are working on a third sketch of this victim.


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Cop tix-fix scandal set for a trial BRONX. After a two-year in-

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Building collapses onto bus

18 injured when crumbling Harlem building collapses Some people trapped under the rubble FDNY

A building in the process of demolition fell onto an MTA bus yesterday, injuring and trapping at least 18 people.

More than a dozen people were injured yesterday when scaffolding erected around a two-story building in West Harlem collapsed and fell onto a passing MTA bus.

Building slated for demolition NEW YORK. The building was reportedly scheduled for demolition, according to reports, and was originally five stories tall before construction crews knocked it down to two stories. The city Department of Buildings received a complaint about bricks falling off the structure on Sept. 7, according to reports, but a later inspection found no safety violations at the site. METRO/AB

Riders on the Bx15 bus and bystanders — including two police officers — were injured in the collapse at the corner of Frederick Douglass Boulevard and 125th Street. Several people were trapped under the rubble of the building and needed to be pulled to safety by firefighters. All of the injuries were minor, but 18 people total were hurt, according to the FDNY. Seven of the injured refused medical attention, and 11 were transported to local hospitals. MTA spokesman Kevin Ortiz said the bus was carrying more than 20 passengers. Ten were injured, he said, including the bus driver. The Bx15 bus had just finished collecting passengers, Ortiz said, and was about to pull out of the bus stop when the building collapsed. ALISON BOWEN

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NEW YORK. Legendary singer Tony Bennett partially blamed the United States for 9/11 in a surprising interview Monday with Howard Stern. He said the U.S. helped spur the attacks by bombing other countries. “Are we the terrorists or are they the terrorists?,” he asked Stern on the show. “They flew the plane in, but we caused it.” METRO/AB

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Board 3 for an underground public park to replace an abandoned subway station. The park, dubbed “the Low Line,” will be introduced by a group called the Delancey Underground, and would transform the one-acre cavern underneath Delancey Street, known as the Williamsburg Trolley Terminal. Community Board 3 Chair Dominic Pisciotta said he is thrilled with the proposal. “I think it’s a really great project and could be a great amenity for the community,” Pisciotta said. “It could definitely attract visitors and could be a boon for local business.” Architect James Ramsey, a founder of the project, created technology that would channel sunlight from the street using a fiber optic lighting system. EMILY ANNE EPSTEIN emily.epstein@metro.us


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Battle breaks out at ‘peaceful’ Wall St. protest Seven arrested in NYPD crackdown Protester’s leg was cut during scuffle, police spokesman admits Violence erupted in Zuccotti Park yesterday morning as Occupy Wall Street protesters clashed with police on day four of their stakeout. Seven people were arrested in two incidents, the police said. One protester lost a tooth during the clash, protester Patrick Bruner said. Another protester suffered a gash to the leg. Police acknowledged that the protester did have a cut on his leg, but he re-

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fused treatment, said Deputy Police Commissioner Paul Browne. “There was a lot of shouting,” said Robert Grodt, 24, of California, a protester who witnessed the arrests. “They pushed their way into the crowd — eight cops just piled on this one kid. He couldn’t move.” YouTube videos of the scuffle showed police officers dragging one person across the sidewalk, mak-

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Brooklyn resident Justin Wedes was one of seven arrested yesterday in Lower Manhattan.

What happened? Police seized fuel used for a generator, protesters said. Wedes said police told them they removed the fuel because it was a fire hazard. Police also tore down tarps. It is against city code to erect tents or tent-like structures on city sidewalks. Demonstrators said they were just trying to keep their laptops dry.

ing several arrests. Justin Wedes, 25, from Brooklyn, said he was arrested while using a bullhorn. He was held for several hours and released after being issued a ticket for not having a permit to use the device. “We intend to remain always peaceful,” he told Metro upon returning to the park after his release. An officer on duty at the park who witnessed the incidents said there were no

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Obama hails end of DADT policy Obama says gays will ‘no longer have to lie’ to serve ‘Don’t ask, don’t tell’ had been in place since 1993 President Barack Obama yesterday hailed the end of the policy banning gays from serving openly in the U.S. armed forces, as the Pentagon vowed “zero tolerance” for harassment of homosexuals in the military. “Today, the discriminatory law known as ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ is finally and formally repealed,” Obama said in a statement. “As of today, patriotic Americans in uniform will no longer have to lie about who they are in order to serve the country they love.” The repeal went into effect yesterday, ushering in a new era in the U.S. armed forces. The law had allowed gay men and

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Number of U.S. service members thrown out of the military since 1993 under “don’t ask, don’t tell,” according to the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network. women to serve in the military only if they kept their sexual orientation a secret. They faced the threat of being kicked out of the military if they were open about their homosexuality. Obama last December signed legislation to repeal the policy known as “don’t ask, don’t tell,” which had been passed by Congress

and signed into law in 1993 under then-President Bill Clinton. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta made it clear that the U.S. military would not tolerate mistreatment of gays in the ranks. “This is a historic day for the Pentagon and for the nation,” he said. “We have a zero tolerance with regards to harassment,” Panetta told a Pentagon briefing. Gay rights groups for years denounced the law and called its end a important milestone in the fight against anti-gay discrimination. Some have compared its demise to the integration of the U.S. armed forces. REUTERS

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NEW YORK. Google Inc. trotted out the latest improvements to “Google+” yesterday, expanding and ramping up its 3-month-old social network to try and take on Facebook for Web surfers’ time online. The Internet giant integrated its search engine into the social network and expanded its “Hangouts” video-chat feature to allow mobile use and broadcasting. The company said on its official blog its wellreceived Hangouts feature — where up to nine people can link up and chat with a user on video — will be available on camera equipped smartphones powered by its own Android software. Support for Apple Inc. iOS devices “is coming soon,” it added. REUTERS

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Turner: Murdoch will be forced out News titans fight it out in the headlines Former CNN owner says News Corp. boss should have known

Samsung and Apple have been locked in intensifying legal battles in nine countries over their flagship smartphone and tablet products. Above: A Samsung.

Cellphone wars raging Samsung Electronics is considering legal action to ban sales of Apple’s new iPhone, a source said, in what could be its strongest step to defend against claims by the U.S. firm that the South Korean firm had copied its product designs. REUTERS

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Billionaire Ted Turner said News Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Rupert Murdoch will probably have to leave the helm of his media company after a phone-hacking scandal that began at one of its newspapers. “I think he’s going to have to step down,” Turner, 72, said in an interview on Bloomberg Television. “He hadn’t survived anything like this. This is serious.” News Corp. has come under fire this year over allegations its News of the World tabloid hacked into the voice mails of murder victims and paid police for stories. The public outcry forced the company to

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close the 168-year-old London newspaper and drop its $12.2 billion bid for full control of British Sky

Broadcasting Group. Murdoch and his son James, deputy chief operating officer at News Corp., were called before U.K. parliament in July to answer questions about the scandal. The elder Murdoch’s statements that he didn’t know about phone-hacking or police payments aren’t sufficient, Turner said. “Well, he should have known,” said Turner, who sold his Turner Broadcasting — owner of CNN and TBS — to Time Warner in 1996. “He was chairman of the board. He’s responsible. I took responsibility when I ran my company. You never heard me say, ‘Well, I didn’t know.’” BLOOMBERG


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People with lower social standing convince us what to buy, a new study reveals Researchers call this phenomenon the ‘low status user affect’ You think A-list celebs and global sports stars flaunting the latest tech gadgets makes you want to buy them? Well, think again! According to a new study, it may be your office janitor or your neighborhood’s garbageman who most affects what you to buy. Marketing experts from the U.S. and Israel claim that seeing a desirable item in the hands of someone socially “inferior” to us compels us to run out and buy it — because we’re afraid of being looked down upon. They label this phenomenon as the “low status user effect.”

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“It may be the janitor who makes you want to run out and purchase the latest gadget,” researchers Edith Shalev, of the Israel Institute of Technology, and Vicki G Morwitz, of New York University, stated in their paper, published in the Journal of Consumer Research. In one study, research participants were more interested in purchasing a swanky T-shirt when a grocery packer wore it, as opposed to a college student. Researchers say their findings come with one caveat: They proved true only when participants be-

lieved tech gizmos to be an important part of their lives. “People naturally and automatically make comparisons,” lead co-author of study Morwitz told Metro. “We try to find out things about ourselves by comparing to the other. Downward comparisons proved to be surprisingly powerful.” “Consumers from a lower socioeconomic status are not usually considered ideal influencers,” researchers added. KARIN WASTESON letters@metro.us

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place. Wahlberg says that all the events of the series finale leave the characters “teed up for a movie.” There’s no word on when the film would go into production at this time.

that the HBO series has ended, and executive producer Mark Wahlberg is happy to confirm it. “Yes, for sure. Yes,” he tells Hollyscoop when asked if the jump to the big screen is taking

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has been making nice with his former show, “Two and a Half Men” — offering kind (if seriously awkward) words at the Emmys and tweeting about watching the Season 9 premiere — and now we know why. Sheen has reached a settlement with Warner Bros. over his dismissal from the show earlier this year, and according to TMZ, the actor will get an immediate $25 million payout, plus about $100 million in syndication profits over the next 10 years. But that is just a drop in the bucket for the televi-

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Pitt doesn’t do baseball While “Moneyball” was a clear passion project for Brad Pitt, he’s still surprised anyone involved in baseball let him do it, given his lack of history with the sport. “It’s shameful how little I know about baseball. ... I’m amazed they let me do this movie,” Pitt tells Sports Illustrat-

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ed. “Baseball and I didn’t get along that well. I wrestled one year [in high school]. I dove one year. Everything but baseball.”

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“Dancing with the Stars” on rival ABC couldn’t compete with those numbers; they “only” had 18.6 million tuning in to see the competition’s first trans-

ing. Walking away and becoming a laundress or a sous chef, or maybe writing other people’s love letters for a living,” Williams tells Hobo magazine. “Clearly, I don’t like to be in charge.” But don’t go writing the “My Week with Marilyn” star off just yet, as she admits that “thinking of quitting is just keeping going in disguise.”

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gender contestant Chaz Bono do the cha-cha-cha. So, basically, the takeaway from this is that “Two and a Half Men” can do no wrong — even kill of one of its most popular characters. If I were a cast member on “Glee” (cough, Lea Michele, cough), I’d be a little afraid right now.

on Twitter with fans of “Glee” star Lea Michele after Hyland mocked Michele’s red carpet poses while guest-hosting “Fashion Police” on the E! network (um, I hope they don’t read what I wrote, above). “I did not intend for my comments to be taken in a malicious way. But I did hate the dress. Called her ass great. Did you all hear that one?” Hyland tweeted in response to rabid fans, who also accused Hyland of being jealous of Michele’s success. “In no way am I jealous of Lea Michelle,” Hyland shot back.


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The other judges

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L.A. Reid on the sheer number of wannabe stars: “We’re seeing more talent in a day than I could see perhaps in a year in my job as a record executive. We are auditioning sometimes 50, 60 contestants a day. I may see 50, 60 in a two-year period. The num-

bers certainly increases the opportunities for us to discover the next generation of stars — and we are finding them, too. We are finding artists, contestants that we really believe to be true stars of tomorrow.”

“I’ve been in that exact place. That’s how I got my start 10 years ago, through that exact audition process on ‘Popstars,’ and I know exactly what they are going through. I come from a different place of compassion and understanding.” NICOLE SCHERZINGER, ON EMPATHIZING WITH CONTESTANTS

Paula Abdul on the caliber of singers auditioning: “[The contestants] understand the savvy business of the record business, of having to have your own definitive, unique something special that is not copycat to other artists. And they come in, and it’s that feeling that I’ve wanted to feel as a judge even

through all of the years of ‘American Idol,’ that I’m discovering something I have never seen before. And it’s not just about having that brilliant voice. It’s about all of the other parts that fill the gap — that special, unique, bold and daring style.”

The schedule Here’s what Fox has in store for you this fall season:

MONDAY 8-9 p.m. “Terra Nova” 9-10 p.m. “House”

TUESDAY 8-9 p.m. “Glee” 9-9:30 p.m. “New Girl” 9:30-10 p.m. “Raising Hope”

WEDNESDAY 8-9:30 p.m. “The X Factor” 9:30-10 p.m. “I Hate My Teenage Daughter”

From left: L.A. Reid, Nicole Scherzinger, Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell are judge-mentors on “The X Factor.” RAY MICKSHAW / FOX

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Simon Cowell looks for the next generation of singing stars on his new reality competition Why this isn’t an ‘American Idol’

imon Cowell is calling it now: Fox’s “The X Factor” is going to be a huge hit. “You don’t enter something for the silver medal. You do it because you want to be No. 1,” the ever-confident reality TV producer/judge says of his expectations to not only meet the success of “American Idol” with his

FALL TV GUIDE Tune in: “The X Factor” premieres tonight at 8 on Fox.

new venture, but surpass it. “We’re going to try and make it the best show on TV.” There’s a lot on the line for the new talent competition, another singing contest Cowell has imported from Britain. The winner is guaranteed $5 million in cash in addition to a recording contract and a Pepsi-spon-

sored commercial to run during the Super Bowl. “If I didn’t think that the talent was worth $5 million in America, I wouldn’t have made the show in America,” the infamously direct Brit says. Despite its pedigree, Cowell insists that this is not an “Idol” clone. “The X Factor” is open to both solo artists and groups,

ages 12 and up. Contestants will be broken up into four categories: girls ages 12 through 30, boys ages 12 through 30, individuals over 30, and groups. Also, the judging panel — including Cowell, “Idol” mate Paula Abdul, former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger and record producer L.A. Reid — will serve as mentors.

THURSDAY 8-9 p.m. “The X Factor” 9-10 p.m. “Bones”

FRIDAY 8-9 p.m. “Kitchen Nightmares” 9-10 p.m. “Fringe”

SUNDAY 8-8:30 p.m. “The Simpsons” 8:30-9 p.m. “Allen Gregory” 9-9:30 p.m. “Family Guy” 9:30-10 p.m. “American Dad”

“We see this as a gamechanger,” Cowell says. “We’re going to try and find a completely different kind of contestant. Our job as judges is to find people who’ve got star quality [and] turn them into stars. And I’ve got a panel who can do that.” AMBER RAY

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Ups and downs

‘New Girl’ The “adorkable” new girl moving in with three dudes after a harsh breakup has her own theme song — ”Who’s that girl? It’s Jess!” — and does this goofy hubba-hubba thing with her glasses (thick dark frames, of course) when she sees a cute guy. At any moment, the twee factor could go sickeningly saccharine — but Zooey Deschanel gives the character a smart quirkiness, never playing her as a vulnerable little girl lost. It’s why nearly all critics are singing “It’s Zooey!” when writing about their top TV picks for fall. (Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Fox)

These “Terra Nova” dinosaurs don’t look too dangerous! But they’re not “Slashers” — aka Acceraptors.

Scene-stealers: The dinosaurs of ‘Terra Nova’ In the year 2149, humanity’s only hope for survival on a dying Earth is to travel 85 million years in the past. The Shannon family is among the pilgrims sent back in time to resettle in the colony known as Terra Nova, where political strife threatens this second chance at civilization. But a splinter colony is nothing compared to the man-eating dinosaurs. “We got a visual effects

team together that has literally created new technologies to make it possible,” executive producer Brannon Braga says of the effort required to make dinos come to life week-toweek on the small screen. “A lot of visual effects houses that were approached about the project said, ‘Can’t be done. Not on time, not on the schedule you’re looking for, no matter how much money you

“Terra Nova” premieres Sept. 26 at 8 p.m. on Fox.

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matic, this is a must-see. Series premiere, 10 p.m., ABC

TV watch list

‘CSI’

‘Revenge’ DRAMA. Revenge is sweet — especially if you love watching the rich and beautiful do very bad things. Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) is our paybackseeking heroine who descends upon the Hamptons under the guise of a vacationer. She’s really there for retribution in the name of her father, who was wronged by the community’s most prominent members 17 years ago. And in the name of all dramas deliciously melodra-

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Emily VanCamp stars in “Revenge.”

DRAMA. Ted Danson arrives as new boss D.B. Russell, a family man who is — gasp! — happy. It’s a mood not often seen on this procedural, so it’s not surprising he clashes with Catherine (Marg Helgenberger, who is set to leave the series this season). As for old boss Langston, viewers will find out what happened after he killed murderer Nate Haskell in last season’s cliffhanger finale. Season premiere, 10 p.m., CBS

have,’” adds executive producer Rene Echevarria. “Even five years ago, this show would not have been possible.” The pair credits advances in motion capture and new software for the effects wizardry. They’ve also got Steven Spielberg — who wowed audiences with cutting-edge special effects in “Jurassic Park” — on board as a producer. Remember those Velocirap-

tors? Just wait ‘til you meet the Acceraptor terrorizing Terra Nova. “The Slashers [the colonists’ nickname for Acceraptors] that you see in hour two are spectacular,” promises Echevarria. “They really do represent the latest paleontological thinking of what dinosaurs might have actually looked like. And you’ve never seen anything like them.”

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DRAMA. A hotel maid (guest star Anika Noni Rose) accuses a powerful foreign dignitary of rape. Are his initials BSK? Season premiere, 10 p.m., NBC

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Seminal contemporary works are on view at NYLA through Sunday Bill T. Jones, the much-decorated director of Chelsea’s newly minted New York Live Arts, first streaked across the city’s dance firmament nearly 35 years ago. He has since won every award the country confers on its artists, including two Tonys. His troupe, now the resident company at NYLA, this week shows five early works that position him and his late partner Arnie Zane (who died of AIDS in 1988) as significant figures in dance history. “Body Against Body,” a collection of dances made between 1977 and 1982, casts younger company members in roles originally performed by Jones and Zane, revealing that the pieces,

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like “Monkey Run Road,” were much more than just vehicles to display the artists’ strong personalities and contrasting physical traits. In “Monkey Run Road,” tall Talli Jackson and more compact Erick Montes check each other out as they scribble tight phrases in the air or pose quietly. The two men test each other, grappling like wrestlers, their actions exquisitely calibrated against Helen Thorington’s score. The lighter group work “Continuous Replay” supplements the nine-member troupe with guest stars

from across the moderndance world. Beginning naked, they add layers of clothing as they perform minimalist, mechanistic gestures in corridors of light, to a collage score by John Oswald. The first program concludes with Jennifer Nugent and Paul Matteson’s stunning rendition of “Valley Cottage,” another intense duet to Thorington’s music. Thirty years on, the dances retain their brilliance and intensity. Catch them if you can. ELIZABETH ZIMMER

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Love and the macabre SONY PICTURES CLASSICS

Gus Van Sant’s latest project mirrors the mortality-centric 1971 film ‘Harold and Maude’ Why he prefers to work in Portland, Ore. No stranger to films about troubled young people and tragedy, Gus Van Sant seems like the perfect director for “Restless,” about emotionally damaged teen Enoch (newcomer Henry Hopper) who falls in love with Annabel, a girl with terminal cancer (Mia Wasikowska). Set in Van Sant’s favorite city, Portland, Ore., the young couple meets because of Enoch’s penchant for attending memorial services. That may sound a lot like the 1971 cult classic “Harold and Maude” — minus the massive age difference between the leads —

Quoted

“I read it and thought about it and read it again and just thought, yeah this would be kind of amazing.”

and Van Sant would agree with you.

VAN SANT, ON HIS LATEST

How did this project come to you?

It was sent by [the production company] Imagine to my agent. Ron Howard had planned to direct it, and then I think he became unable to so they were looking for a director. I read it and thought about it and read it again and just thought, yeah this would be kind of amazing. I’m sure “Harold and Maude” came up while you were making it.

Yeah, it came up quite soon. And Jason [Lew], the

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Director Gus Van Sant directs Henry Hopper and Mia Wasikowska on the set of “Restless.”

writer, had never seen it — according to him. I had seen it. I thought the similarities were really striking. I also tried to stay away from it until we were finished shooting it, because I didn’t want to have that be-

come the mix of what we were up to. You’ve set many of your films in Portland. Is it just the appeal of working near home?

It’s just a nice place. I like L.A., too, but there’s traffic,

for one thing, and it’s a company town. It’s kind of like you’re living in a big Detroit, where everything that’s around you is related to your business. Everything just revolves around two or three industries, whereas Portland has none of that. There’s just a tiny bit of this sort of art — movies. NED EHRBAR METRO WORLD NEWS IN LOS ANGELES

Portland might be the new La-La Land A couple of years ago, Daniel Baldwin declared he would bring a film industry to Portland. How did you take that?

Was that Stephen Baldwin? Daniel? God, there’s more Baldwins. No, many people have said that. There’s always been sort of Hollywood straying up to Portland. But the whole romance of having there be like a Paramount Picturesstyle studio in Portland — it’s a pretty small city. Every now and then, somebody from Hollywood will proclaim that.


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or a guy who plays a stunt driver that moonlights as a getaway driver in “Drive,” Ryan Gosling says he didn’t get a whole lot of time behind the wheel in the film. “I drove myself to set and I drove myself home,” he says with a laugh. But seriously, though. “I went to driving school, and I did a lot of the driving. But the cool stuff, I didn’t do,” he says. “But it was one of

“We set out to make a violent John Hughes movie, and I think that’s what we did.” GOSLING

the best prep experiences I’ve ever had, because I’d basically just show up to this big parking lot, and there’d be a new Camaro or a new Mustang and we’d just ride it to the rims until it was

smoking or it wouldn’t go anymore, then we’d just go home and they’d tow it away and call us when it was fixed.” “Drive” was something of a meeting of the minds for Gosling and the film’s director, Nicolas Winding Refn. “We set out to make a violent John Hughes movie, and I think that’s what we did,” Gosling says. “This movie wouldn’t have happened if REO Speedwagon hadn’t come on the radio [during a drive the actor and director shared one night while discussing the project]. So something happened in that car, and Nicolas and I were sharing the same dream and we spent the whole movie trying to figure out how that was possible.” Gosling and Winding

Ryan Gosling’s character only goes by the name Driver in this modern noir by Nicolas Winding Refn.

Refn’s shared dream apparently worked out great, as the actor and director are

When Albert Brooks goes too far As a producer on “Drive” as well as the star, Ryan Gosling played a major role in shaping the finished product with director Nicolas Winding Refn — which meant making some tough decisions. “The hardest scene to cut was the scene where Albert Brooks ac-

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The best footwear: Paul Smith — His collection was filled with covetable tailored jackets and trousers in a range of fits. But his shoes are what really stole the show. They came in all manner of color (neon yellow?) and texture (ponyskin, suede, leather, you name it) and may be a good alternative for women who want to add trendy colors to their wardrobes in small doses.


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OK, seriously — put away the white bread Why choosing whole grains is so good for your health Appropriately, September — the northern hemisphere’s traditional harvest time — is designated National Whole Grains Month. “A whole grain has the perfect combination of nutrients to allow for easy digestion and assimilation by the body,” says CraveHealth.com nutritionist Kendra Strasburg, CHHC, AADP. “Whole grains are an excellent source of essential enzymes, iron, dietary fiber, vitamin E and the B-complex vitamins. The majority of a grain’s nutrients are found in the germ and

bran, and without these in the grain, it becomes more difficult to digest.” It’s the bran and germ that are missing in refined grains. “Whole grains contain three main components — the germ, endosperm and bran,” says Strasburg. “Combined, they contain a nice balance of fats, proteins and carbohydrates to allow for stable blood sugar levels and slow, easy digestion, sustaining energy levels for a long period of time.” Still, whole grains con-

tain carbohydrates and calories, and a healthier diet isn’t about adding more — it’s about taking the refined grains away. “Just because you’re having brown rice or wholewheat pasta, that doesn't mean you get to eat twice as much,” warns Nutrition Diva podcaster Monica Reinagel, MS, LN. “Even if you’re choosing whole grains, you still need to watch portion sizes and number of servings.” LINDA CLARKE letters@metro.us

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Philly opens up for fall The city offers plenty of reasons to pay a visit, with a new open-air gathering space, a buzzed-about music venue and several must-see exhibitions New space PAFA Party The city’s newest open-air space and its latest piece of public art debuts at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts’ Party on the Plaza

on Oct. 1. The event marks the official opening of Lenfest Plaza, a public space that will feature changing student artworks and Claes Oldenburg’s towering 53foot-tall sculpture Paint Torch. 118-128 N. Broad St. 215-972-7600, www.pafa.org

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of Archaeology and Anthropology In remembrance of the tragedy that took place 10 years ago, the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthro-

More openings Music lovers can rock out at a brand new venue this fall. Owners have turned the former Spaghetti Warehouse on Spring Garden Street into Union Transfer (www.utphilly.com), with capacity for 600 to 1,000 people. The name comes from the train depot station that first occupied the building.

pology hosts “Excavating Ground Zero: Fragments from 9/11,” organized in conjunction with National September 11 Memorial Museum. All visitors will remember the day and the heroism that followed the attacks as they view artifacts from Ground Zero. Through Nov. 6 3260 South St. 215-898-4000, www.penn.museum

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Looking ahead: Beer Week Mark your calendar in advance for the fifth annual Philly Beer Week, an annual celebration of the city’s vibrant beer culture, featuring events that range from tastings to lectures to beer-pairing dinners. June 1-10, 2012. www.phillybeerweek.org

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The left spews vicious slurs Lying attacks on the Tea Party movement have disturbingly increased in recent days. Liberals are afraid of the Tea Party movement not only because the policies it advocates are in sharp contrast to their desire to grow government, but also because every day, more Americans realize that they are actually Tea Partiers themselves. People of all races, creeds and colors are carrying signs that say “stop spending” and “balance the budget.” They used to be known as mathemati-

cians and accountants; today the progressive liberals call them terrorists and racists. ROMAN STOCKTON, VIA E-MAIL

The bankers’ police squad It is clear that the sole intent of police actions this weekend against protestors on Wall Street has been to suppress free speech and discourage participation. One woman was arrested for wearing a mask on the back of her head! The authorities at every level are protecting the wrong people. CHARLES MICHAEL COUCH, BED-STUY

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Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Even if you can’t totally pay off a financial obligation, it’s to your advantage to try to ameliorate a portion of it. Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 23. Go ahead and assert yourself for everybody’s collective benefit, not just for your interests alone. It’s to everyone’s advantage to exert a group effort rather than making points with merely one voice. Scorpio Oct. 24-Nov. 22. Nobody is likely to be lucky in getting others to hear only one voice today, but getting others to speak out collectively could be to everyone’s advantage. Sagittarius Nov. 23-Dec. 21. If you encounter a person whom you were once very close to but have been somewhat estranged lately, act friendly. It would be to your advantage to get together again. Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19. Be careful not to become demanding in a delicate development that requires cooperation. If you are arrogant, you’ll have to fend for yourself. Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 19. It would be asking for trouble to demand cooperation of others if you find their behavior to be arrogant. You can’t control how they comport themselves, so set an example.

about Obama’s plan reports: “Republicans rejected it as a political stunt.” Huh? Obama has a balanced plan to cut spending and end the (unnecessary) Bush tax cuts for the rich. Our debt is real. It is the Republicans who are playing political stunts.

RE: “HISTORY LESSON ON THE LADIES”: It doesn’t surprise

me that Mr. Burstyn isn’t aware of the second-class status of women in the ’60s. A friend of my mother’s was not allowed to buy a car, even though she was paying cash. The dealership sent her home to get her husband so that he could come and sign the papers. The year was 1963. BARB MILUSKI, JERSEY CITY

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Tax us all — but equally

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Whatever happened to the flat rate tax? Everyone pays the same rate — say 15 percent — regardless of income. No deductions, no exemptions, no loopholes. Everyone gets taxed the same, government gets to downsize — no IRS, no special interests, no PACs. How much fairer can it be? EDWARD MENOLD, VIA E-MAIL

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The Giants may have vanquished the Rams on Monday night, but if they play the Eagles the same choppy way, they’re sure to fall on their collective faces. Head coach Tom Coughlin said as much as his team prepared on a short work-prep week against arguably their most bitter of rivals. While noting he’d

take the win because it evened the Giants (1-1) with Philadelphia and Dallas, Coughlin said New York still needs to improve on most every facet. “We have a lot of work to do and we are a work in progress,” Coughlin said via conference call. “There are things from a technical standpoint that we need to

work on. It’s not as much cohesion but the aspect of being in position to make plays.” Perhaps the biggest worry — besides the mounting injuries — is the secondary. Sam Bradford shredded them for 331 yards, and if Mike Vick passes all his baseline concussions tests, the Eagles will pose

an even bigger threat. Vick has far better downfield weapons at his disposal, including DeSean Jackson, so if Bradford and the unknown Danario Alexander (three catches for 122 yards) can light up Big Blue, Coughlin shudders at the thought of a fully intact Philadelphia squad. TONY WILLIAMS

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CHUCK & DUCK Are the Jets no longer a ‘Ground and Pound’ offense? Tomlinson, Greene have 99 total yards Sanchez, receivers stepping up to fill void

The “Ground and Pound” isn’t sound. After churning out a combined 146 rushing yards in their first two games, the knee jerk reaction around the Jets is that something is seriously wrong with their “Ground and Pound” offense. So far, the Jets running game has looked nothing like the offense that finished atop the AFC East — and fourth in the conference — in rushing last year.

There’s no reason for too much concern quite yet. “I think we’re close. I think we are. I think we’re getting better each week, and quite honestly, when you go back and really look at it, it’s not like we’re humming on all cylinders to start the season,” head coach Rex Ryan said. “We get a little bit better each week and we then finally find our groove. Our confidence in our running game will take off.” Perhaps the emphasis on

“I wasn’t disappointed in the way we ran the ball or did anything offensively” REX RYAN, JETS HEAD COACH

the ground game isn’t as crucial this season as last year, especially with the maturation of quarterback

Mark Sanchez. Sanchez is throwing for 111.5 more yards per game through the first two games this year compared to last year, which more than compensates for the deficiencies in the ground game. With wide receivers Plaxico Burress and Derrick Mason added to this year’s team, the targets for Sanchez are far more attractive this time around. KRISTIAN DYER sports@metro.us

The MRI results are in and they weren’t good — Nick Mangold has the dreaded highankle sprain. Mangold still wants to play Sunday at Oakland, but that appears unlikely to happen, coach Rex Ryan said. “He’s very iffy,” Ryan said. “I don't think it looks very good as far as him playing.” ESPN reports Mangold will at least two weeks and maybe a month. Rookie Colin Baxter will start at center if Mangold doesn’t make the trip. Mark Sanchez had never even taken a snap from Baxter until Sunday against Jacksonville. METRO

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Boeheim: I love New York Count Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim as not being in favor of conference expansion. And yes, that includes the ACCbound Orange. Boeheim said he will miss playing in New York City. “Where would you want to go to a tournament for five days? Let's see: Greensboro, North Carolina, or New York City? Jeez.” Consider the Duke rivalry begun.

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Bored yet with realignment in college athletics? It was palatable a bit in August when nothing was happening in the sports world. But now, with faux news developing seemingly every day, it has gotten incredibly tiresome.

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klahoma wants out of the crumbling Big 12, but it has demands. Texas is flirting with the ACC, but the Big Ten really wants the Longhorns, and yes, the Pac-12 probably makes the most sense. That is, unless Texas goes independent, like Notre Dame, which is also supposedly playing footsie with the Big Ten (again) and the ACC. Texas A&M left for the SEC, and now Missouri might go. The key to it all? Football and money. Nothing

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else matters. If you wish you had a handy guide to the madness, look no further. We present to you a celebrity version of college footQuoted ball realignment:

“Rutgers would be attractive if anyone in New York cared about the Scarlet Knights.”

West Virginia (Cameron Diaz): The Mountaineers are a party school best known for burning couches in public. Desperate to leave the sinking ship that is the Big East, WVU reportedly applied for membership to the ACC and SEC. And was denied.

Texas (Mila Kunis): It has a rich football history, but the school has significantly blown up in recent years thanks to Colt McCoy guiding the Texas to the title game and the creation of the Longhorn Network. Everyone wants Texas. The Big Ten, the ACC and the Pac 12 are all in play, but a move would mean it’d have to give up the lucrative Longhorn Net-

work. So does Texas try to keep the crumbling Big 12 together, or go independent? Missouri (Kendra Wilkinson): There’s not much to love about Missouri football, but it has two things going for it: the Kansas City and St. Louis TV markets. That’s the only reason the SEC is interested in Missouri. Rutgers (Anna Kournikova): Another school trying to leave the Big East. Rutgers — which has an inflated sense of self worth; no surprise; they are located in New Jersey — would be attractive if anyone in New York (No. 1 TV market) cared about the Scarlet Knights, but that’s not the case. Oklahoma (Megan Fox): The Sooners, with their rich football history, are coveted by the Pac-12. The Sooners are title contenders almost every year, but Oklahoma is not without flaws — it must bring along little brother Oklahoma State. – Jason Raj McIntyre covers athletes off the field and runs the popular blog, The Big Lead. Metro does not endorse the opinions of the author, or any opinions expressed on its pages. Opposing viewpoints are welcome. Send submissions to letters@metro.us.

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Every night at Fenway Park, a loud derisive cheer rings out about the Yankees — sometimes laced with profanity. Then there are those very rare times when a Red Sox fan is forced to root for the Yankees. Sox fans better buy some pinstripes as Tampa Bay faces the Yankees seven times over the final week. “It’s not too often that you see that,” Johnny Damon, who’s played for all three teams, said before last night’s game at Yankee Stadium. “But they’re going to have to root for the Yankees — whether they like it or not, whether they admit it.” Damon was able to say that because of the recent damage the Rays have inflicted on the Red Sox. On Aug. 7, the Rays were 10 games out of the wild card. Since then they’ve gone 2613 over their last 39 games. Tampa Bay swept three at home and then took three of four in Fenway Park last week, knocking the deficit from seven to

Dustin Pedroia fan? Not this week. Better break out a Robinson Cano jersey.

two games. “You just can tell with their fans and how quiet the place was,” Damon said. “Even when they were scoring runs this past weekend. It was like we need to score more, we need to do that kind of stuff.” LARRY FLEISHER

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THE MOST AFFORDABLE MITCHELL-LAMA HOUSING COOPERATIVE IN NYC THE LOWEST MONTHLY CARRYING CHARGES FEATURING: PARK-LIKE SETTING ● 2 SHOPPING MALLS & 2 SUPERMARKETS ● COMMUNITY CENTER POST OFFICE & LIBRARY • WALK TO LIRR ● NEAR JFK AIRPORT, HIGHWAYS, BEACHES & SHOPPING Purchase Prices, Income Limits, Occupancy Requirements & Monthly Carrying Charges are as Follows:

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tyle, energy and a dynamic living experience, all at an exceptional value, come together at APEX Condominium. Located in the heart of Harlem at 2300 Frederick Douglass Boulevard and 124th Street, the new luxury condominium has quickly become the area’s hottest residential destination with an impressive 50% of its limited collection of 44 contemporary homes sold. Many of the buyers are former renters who took advantage of the opportunity to own at APEX for approximately $1,908 per month -- often less than what they were paying for in rent. Situated atop the boutique Aloft hotel, APEX is proving to be the perfect complement to its vibrant neighborhood’s ever-growing cultural, dining and recreational pursuits, including universities, the famed Apollo Theater, great restaurants, coffee houses, markets, movie theaters and other retail. APEX is also just one block from the 125th Street subway station which offers convenient service to 33rd Street. Urban-influenced, modern designs with stylish finishes and appointments create exceptional studio-to-three-bedroom floor plans offering 476 to 1,810 square feet at prices ranging from $370,000 to just over $1 million. The unique APEX lifestyle is further enhanced through its exciting amenity offering, including a private, secured entrance to the condominiums with an attended lobby, residents-only elevators, storage, and a landscaped rooftop terrace boasting panoramic views reserved exclusively for the residential condominium owners. In addition, homeowners enjoy shared hotel amenities such as a second, spectacular entrance, bar, fitness center and on-site parking.

An onsite sales office and furnished model homes are open for viewing. For more information and to schedule an appointment, call 646-374-3900, or visit the APEX website at www.apexcondominiums.com The Marketing Directors, Inc. is the property’s exclusive sales and marketing agent.

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With rents climbing, the premium for attended lobbies is shrinking In Manhattan, a doorman is a marker of luxury and status. But as rents rise in a tough economy, tenants are increasingly willing to go without that friendly face to screen visitors and accept packages if it means staying in New York’s most exclusive borough, industry experts said. Data released by real estate consulting firm and brokerage Nancy Packes Inc., in collaboration with StreetEasy.com, shows that the premium that renters are willing to pay for doormen has shrunk dramatically in the past two years. Packes attributed this change to the current combination of sky-high rents and continued economic uncertainty. “On one level, it’s sim-

ple economics,” she says. “Steep increases in rent in the last two years hurt the people who want to remain in Manhattan.” But there are also demographic changes afoot. “There’s been a real shift in the nature of work forces, with many more people coming from creative industries,” Packes explains. “They lead a less formal lifestyle, and for them, full service is less important. They’re looking for older buildings that are more in keeping with their personalities.” KATHERINE CLARKE TheRealDeal.com is a daily blog and monthly magazine covering real estate in the New York metro area.

While the sales market has suffered during the downturn, rentals are recovering. According to a five-year market report last month by Citi Habitats, the average rent for Manhattan below 96th Street was $3,694 in June, up 8.7 percent from $3,399 in the same month of 2009 and nearing 2007’s average of $3,724.

Other reasons why the need for a doorman is diminishing: The city is becoming safer and technology has improved. A “virtual” doorman “can do everything a real doorman can do, except literally open the door for you, and it cuts costs,” Kim says.

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Applications for apartments will be logged as received each month and considered based on affordable apartment vacancies in two 80/20 multifamily buildings both of which are financed by New York State Housing Finance Agency. Note: As many viable apartment applicants remain on existing Carnegie Terrace and Carnegie Terrace II waiting lists for household sizes greater than one person, new applicants who are not eligible for a studio size affordable apartment should consider other affordable housing options. If your household size is more than one person (applicant alone) and you apply via this waiting list solicitation, you will remain on this Carnegie Terrace I & II Waiting List for many years into the future and may never be considered for an affordable apartment in these buildings. • Applicants will be required to meet household, income and additional criteria. • Applicants who submit more than one application will be disqualified. • Applications must be fully completed and signed to be considered. Applicants for vacancy affordable studio size apartments may request a copy of the Carnegie Terrace I & II Application or return their completed application by US Mail as follows: CARNEGIE TERRACE I & II WAITING LIST c/o Kenbar Management, 1500 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, 10029 Submission of false or knowingly incomplete information in an application for affordable housing will result in disqualification from further consideration for an apartment as well as possible referral to appropriate Federal and/or New York State authorities for criminal prosecution. Submission of an application for Carnegie Terrace I & II does not guarantee you an apartment, and in no way binds the building ownership/management to reserve or assign an apartment to you.

In effect, a full-time doorman is one of the first amenities to go. Renters get more space for their money in unattended buildings, says GieFaan Kim, an associate broker at Keller Williams NYC. In non-doorman buildings: “Prices are better; and these days, prices are a big issue. ... [Renters] say, ‘I could do without a doorman [or] a gym, as long as the numbers make sense.’”


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eter Cooper Village’s modern apartments feature oversized living and dining areas, with high ceilings and large windows. Windowed, eat-in kitchens include state-of-the-art appliances. Master bedrooms can accommodate king-size beds with room to spare. Hardwood floors are available in ebony or natural, as residents may choose between Modern or Classic finishes. Peter Cooper Village offers the ultimate Manhattan experience—just steps from the City’s most dynamic neighborhoods; an exquisitely landscaped 80-acre private park, offering residents premier services and amenities. Experience the best that downtown has to offer, or stay home and enjoy a wide array of events and live entertainment.

1 Month Free Rent* • NO FEE 1 Bedrooms from $3,350 2 Bedrooms from $4,400 *Limited time only. Net effective rents.

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OUTDOOR EVENTS & FESTIVALS

DISCOVER STUYVESANT TOWN. Spacious apartments in Manhattan’s East Village • Separate dining areas, windowed, modern kitchens, and custom bathrooms • Steps from the East River and the City's finest dining and shopping • A sophisticated selection of services, amenities and events • Utilities included • Pet-friendly

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To learn more, call or visit the leasing office: (888) 641-3215 • petercoopernyc.com • 252 First Avenue @ 15th Street

INDIGO AT 141 I

ntroducing Indigo at 141 South Harrison Street – long regarded as East Orange’s most famous address. This former hotel, once a haunt for Hollywood glitterati, has been transformed into a spectacular residence – that is now yours to call home. Indigo 141 features striking one and two bedroom floor plans accented with the finest finished and fixtures – all the way up to the 16-foot ceilings of its four exclusive bi-level penthouses that offer rolling views of the South Mountain Reservation and New York City. All units are equipped with high quality contemporary kitchen and bathroom fixtures, and feature hardwood floors and quartz countertops. A posh lobby is open to all residents to impress their most special guests. A state of the art health club is provided to maintain your competitive edge. Quality on-site day care is available for hard working parents who want the best for their children. Indigo 141 is just 18 minutes by train to New York City. Less than π mile to the NJ Transit trains and bus service. One block away from Route 280 and one minute to the Garden State Parkway.

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Leasing Office: 252 First Avenue @ 15th Street


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