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  2. 5 Stocks Ready to Rock Real Estate - AOL

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    The S&P Homebuilders ETF has doubled in the past year, while the Dow Jones index has risen an admirable 75%. Home Depot ( NYS: HD) squeaks in just behind the ETFs, with 72% gains in the past 12...

  3. Bernard Marcus - Wikipedia

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    In 1978, both he and future Home Depot co-founder Arthur Blank were fired during a corporate power struggle at Handy Dan. In 1979, they co-founded the home-improvement retailer The Home Depot, with the help of merchandising expert Pat Farrah and New York investment banker Ken Langone who assembled a group of investors.

  4. Nassau Inter-County Express - Wikipedia

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    Rockville Centre Depot (CNG) The Rockville Centre Bus Depot is located at 50 Banks Avenue in Rockville Centre. This garage was originally the home of Bee Line, Inc, and was closed in 2017 as part of a cost-cutting move. It is now used as a storage garage for older NICE buses. The future of this Depot is currently unknown at this time.

  5. This Old House - Wikipedia

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    (April 2021) Current cast [ edit] As of 2020, the cast is as follows: Norm Abram ( master carpenter) Tom Silva ( general contractor) Richard Trethewey ( plumbing and HVAC) Jennifer Nawada Evans ( landscape contractor) Mark McCullough ( mason) Jeff Sweenor ( builder) Charlie Silva ( builder) Mauro Henrique ( painter)

  6. Petco Park - Wikipedia

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    The ballpark was constructed by San Diego Ballpark Builders, a partnership with Clark Construction, ROEL Construction and Douglas E. Barnhart, Inc. The construction cost of more than $450 million was partially funded by a Public-private partnership which included the Center City Development Corporation and the San Diego Redevelopment Agency.

  7. Jamaica, Queens - Wikipedia

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    As of 2017, the median household income in Community Board 12 was $61,670. [29] In 2018, an estimated 20% of Jamaica and Hollis residents lived in poverty, compared to 19% in all of Queens and 20% in all of New York City. One in eight residents (12%) were unemployed, compared to 8% in Queens and 9% in New York City.

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