Proline Body & Chassis LLC
Kashyap Joshi: Proline Body & Chassis LLC. is a full service automotive collision repair facility located in Elmwood Park, NJ. With over 10 years of service, they are proud to offer industry-leading repair quality, unparalleled customer satisfaction, and unrivaled attention to detail. Our auto body shop uses only the highest grade material, up to date technology, and top of the line equipment to repair your vehicle to pre-accident condition. Their goal is to provide exceptional service.
Pizza Town USA
Lilo's Deli & Liquor
Elmwood Park Public Library
The PCI Group
ATAX - Elmwood Park
Wilson's Woods Park
Community Church at the Circle
Mount Vernon Hospital - Sound Shore Medical Center
Kashyap Joshi: Mount Vernon Hospital (MVH) is a 196-bed, community-based, teaching hospital located at 12 North Seventh Avenue, Mount Vernon, NY. MVH has been serving the medical needs of the community and region since its founding in 1891 and is a member of the Sound Shore Health System and a teaching affiliate of New York Medical College. MVH provides inpatient, critical care, and ambulatory services and is home to the Beale Chronic Wound Treatment and Hyperbaric Center.
Leetwood Welcome Sign of Mt Vernon
Mt Vernon Fire Station
Kashyap Joshi: FDMV Fire Station # 4, quarters of Engine's 202 and 204. The city of Mount Vernon is protected 24/7, 365 by the paid, full-time firefighters of the Mount Vernon Fire Department (FDMV). The FDMV operates out of 4 fire stations located throughout the city, and operates a fire apparatus fleet of 5 Engines, 3 Ladders, 1 Rescue(Cross-Staffed), 1 Field Support Unit, 1 Squad Support Unit, 1 Fleet Maintenance Unit, and numerous other special, support, and reserve units. 8,000 emergency calls annually!
Mt. Vernon Mansion
Sts Peter & Paul Church
Kashyap Joshi: This iconic structure is beautiful, with the arrival of Father John and under his stewardship, the parish has experienced not only a growth in the number of parishioners, but a revitalization of organizations, ministries and activities, serving not only our parish community but many in the Mount Vernon community as well.
Public School 83
Philip J. Abinanti Elementary School
Morris Park Train
Morris Park Houses
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University - Jack and Pearl Resnick Campus
Saint Francis Xavier Church
Victorians on the Main St
Kashyap Joshi: This street really got me stop and just look around. I have never ever seen a whole street that goes from one town to another filled with Victorian houses! And its not only that, the neighborhood has this vibe where you feel you just want to walk up and down the block peacefully! Very wealthy block.
Raritan Bay Medical Center
The Proprietary House
Perth Amboy Statation (Main Entrance)
Perth Amboy Police Department
St Mary's Roman Catholic Church of Perth Amboy Rectory
Waterfront Arthur Kill
Amboy Towers Associates
Kashyap Joshi: A skyscraper which is 10-stories tall also known as National Bank Building.located at Five Corners, the intersection of Smith Street, New Brunswick Avenue and State Street. Although there were previously several department stores downtown, the largest today is discount retailer Bargain Man.
Downtown Mall Shopping Center
Kashyap Joshi: Morristown has attempted to implement transit-oriented development. Morristown was one of the first five “transit villages” designated in New Jersey in 2000.As a town with New Jersey Transit rail service at the Morristown station, it benefited from shortened commuting times to New York City due to the "Midtown Direct" service New Jersey Transit instituted in the 1990s.
Thomas Nast House
Kashyap Joshi: The Thomas Nast Home, also known as Villa Fontana, was the home of Thomas Nast in Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey, United States. He was a German born editorial cartoonist whose drawings in Harpers Weekly contributed to the downfall of Tammany Hall. He is also known as the creator of several iconic images such as Santa Claus, the Democratic Donkey, and the Republican Elephant.
Morristown New Jersey Family History Center
Convent Train Station
Macculloch Hall Historical Museum
Kashyap Joshi: Built in 1819 by George Perrot Macculloch, who was known as the "Father of the Morris Canal." The canal connected Pennsylvania's coal mines to Morris County's iron foundries. The canal was in operation for approximately ninety years, and was a major factor in the development of the city of Morristown, NJ.
Mayo Performing Arts Center
United States Post Office
Pure Presbyterian Church
The Olde Towne of Flushing Burial Ground
Kashyap Joshi: The Fitzgerald/Ginsberg Mansion is a rare 1920s, picturesque Tudor Revival style mansion in Flushing, Constructed in 1924, it features rusticated, irregularly shaped fieldstone walls, a multi-colored slate roof, casement and leaded glass windows, and picturesque massing. Large, suburban picturesque revival-style houses from the 1920s were at one time prevalent throughout NewYork City’s affluent residential outer neighborhoods.The Fitzgerald house is one of the last great mansions in Flushing
Corona Park Aquatic Center
Intermediate School 237
Kashyap Joshi: Rachel Carson I.S. 237 Magnet School for the Arts strives to achieve academic excellence by integrating music, visual arts, and theater across the curriculum. We excite and engage students by incorporating the arts to deepen students' understanding of core content while promoting an atmosphere of creativity, inquiry, and intellectual rigor.
Flushing Hospital Medical Center
Kashyap Joshi: Flushing Hospital Medical Center, with roots in our community since 1884 continues to grow to meet your needs. 325 bed hospital offers a full array of primary and specialty health care services to the Queens community including our recently renovated Emergency Department and our state of the art Labor, Delivery & Recovery Suites that last year welcomed 2778 of the newest members of our Flushing community.
Hoboken South Waterfront
Hoboken Police Department
Kashyap Joshi: Hoboken Police are very nice! I think its because they hardly get calls for crime, domestic violence, since everyone is high class working people so their mature and all so when get to talk or even when they come by your car if your double parked they tell you to move with a smile on their face!
Hoboken Daily News
Kashyap Joshi: Carlo's Bake Shop, commonly known as Carlo's Bakery and also known as Carlo's City Hall Bake Shop, is a bakery located at 95 Washington Street in Hoboken, New Jersey, opposite the City Hall. It is currently run by Buddy Valastro Jr. The bakery has gained public attention as the setting of the TLC television series, Cake Boss.
800 Madison St
Kashyap Joshi: These apartments are beautiful! Their newly construction, high class people. You will only see high level working class people here and around the neighborhood! I personally live here in these apartments and their beautiful, yes their pricey but like i said if your making 6 figures and you have a family you will love it. Its a full service apartment, with pool, gym, everything! I been living here for the past couple of years and i love it!
Kashyap Joshi: Conveniently located in the heart of Hoboken, on Washington Street between 2nd and 3rd. With OVER 30 big screens and plasmas surrounding the enormous island bar, it will be hard to miss any sporting action. Our full food menu includes everything from casual pub fare to fine dining entrees. Feel free to bring your friends and family for a truly unique dining experience.
Kashyap Joshi: The theater opened to the public on March 24, 1928. Mayor Frank Hague attended the ceremonies that evening and, with the audience, was greeted on the screen by actress Norma Talmadge. An orchestral performance, a stage show called "Sky Blues," a newsreel, and a musical piece on the Wurlitzer organ, preceded the showing of The Dove starring Talmadge and Gilbert Roland.
Kashyap Joshi: This place is called Little India. There are so many indian stores from jewelry stores to restaurants to fast food places to video stores, this place is ALWAYS PACKED the sidewalks contain 80 people every minute there is no room for people to walk, but it feels good because the community are very friendly! FOOD IS GREAT!
St. John the Baptist Catholic Roman Church
Jackie Robinson Statue
W New York - Downtown
City Hall Park
Battery Park City
Waterfront Bridge Linking Hoboken to Jersey City, NJ
Michael Anthony's Restaurant
Goldman Sachs Execution & Clearing
Richest House in Rutherford
Overseeing Passaic River
Kashyap Joshi: Park Ave is a beautiful street to walk through morning and night, more preferably at night since all the public come out at night for walks and ice cream and walking their dogs, it feels so relaxing. Park Ave is very long and it has numerous amount of shops from food, to pet shops, to restaurants, to police stations, anything you name it!