National Media Focuses on Fanwood

Credits: Carolyn Ann Ryan

FANWOOD, NJ – Fanwood is on a roll.

On Monday, May 6, The New York Times featured an online real estate story entitled, Fanwood, N.J.: A Future Coupled With Transit by Jill Capuzzo that highlighted the borough’s downtown improvements, the initiation of NJ Transit’s one-seat ride, and its reputation for being a great place to raise a family.
“It’s very exciting that this feature article will also run in The New York Times real estate section this Sunday,” said Fanwood Mayor Colleen Mahr. “It is a testament to how wonderful, dynamic and on the move our town is!”
The story included a slide show of photographs featuring residential properties and Fanwood businesses, including Nick’s Pizza. To read the full NY Times article about Fanwood, click here
"Fanwood has a lot going for it," said real estate agent Paul LaMastra of ERA Suburb Realty.  "The downtown development and the start of one-seat service into Manhattan are making an impact."
Fox Business small business columnist Rohit Arora, one of the top experts in small business finance, included quotes from Amy Boroff of Be Craftful about the challenges of securing capital for women small business owners.  The column previewed National Small Business Week, which takes place next week (May 12-16, 2014).
Arora, the CEO of small business lending site, covers topics related to entrepreneurship in his weekly writings.

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