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    SAN JOSE — Tenants have begun to rent and occupy rooms in a downtown San Jose residential tower that is poised to greatly increase the housing stock in the urban core of the Bay Area’s largest city. The Grad San Jose, a housing highrise jointly developed by Swenson and Amcal near San Jose State University, is now about two-thirds leased, with more potential residents seeking the remaining rooms. Despite uncertainties over coronavirus-linked university operations, The Grad, located on East San Carlos Street between South Second Street and South Third Street, is steadily filling up. “We are still seeing interest in leasing,” said Christy Marbry, senior development manager with San Jose-based Swenson, one of the Bay Area’s storied and savvy real estate developers. At present, The Grad is roughly 65% leased and tenants have started to move in, according to Swenson. “We continue to receive inquiries from prospective residents,” Marbry said. The Grad contains 260 units and is 19 stories high, Swenson officials said. Swenson, Amcal The Grad, a 260-unit, 19-story residential tower at 88 E. San Carlos St....
    A suspect is at large after a 27-year-old man was fatally stabbed in broad daylight on a residential Long Island street. Nassau County Police officers responded to the 200 block of Brookside Avenue in Roosevelt on Sunday, Oct. 25 at 10 a.m. after a report of a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers found the male victim on the ground with puncture wounds.   The victim appeared to have been stabbed. He was transported to an area hospital and pronounced dead at 10:28 am by a staff physician. The investigation is ongoing. Detectives request anyone with information regarding the above incident to contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous.
    An investigation is underway after a bicyclist was killed in a hit-and-run crash on a residential Long Island street. It happened on Friday, Oct. 16 at about 7:25 p.m. in East Patchogue. Officers responded to Americus Avenue just south of Atlantic Avenue after a 911 caller reported a body in the roadway, Suffolk County Police said.  Upon arrival, it was determined that the man was struck by a vehicle. Detectives determined the bicyclist, Santos Rivera, 40, of East Patchogue, was traveling northbound on Americus Avenue when he was struck by a northbound vehicle that fled the scene, according to police. Rivera was pronounced dead at the scene by a physician assistant from the Office of the Suffolk County Medical Examiner. Detectives believe the vehicle that struck Rivera is a dark-colored SUV with front-end damage and fled westbound on Atlantic Avenue. Detectives are asking anyone with information to call the Major Case Unit at 631-852-6555 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS. All calls will remain confidential.
    A man was injured in a shooting on a residential Long Island street overnight. It happened Thursday, Oct. 8 approximately 7:50 p.m. in North Bellport. Suffolk County Police officers responded to 911 call of a man shot on the 600 block of Michigan Avenue. The 21-year-old victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. Detectives are asking anyone with information to call the Fifth Squad at 631-854-8552 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    SAN JOSE — A slender residential tower of 26 stories is being planned in downtown San Jose at a key spot where a future BART stop is expected, plans on file with city officials show. Eterna Tower, a housing highrise proposed near the corner of East Santa Clara Street and North First Street, is envisioned by its developer and architect as a dramatic addition to a key section of downtown San Jose. The residential tower would add 96 residential units, described as studios, to a site at 17 E. Santa Clara St., according to documents filed with the city by developer Roygbiv Real Estate Development and project designer Anderson Architects. “It’s a great location, right in the middle of the downtown,” said Kurt Anderson, a principal executive with Campbell-based Anderson Architects. Eterna Tower would be perched next to a BART station that would be just one stop away from the location of a transit village that Google has proposed near the Diridon train hub. “It is a true transit-oriented development,” Anderson said. “A BART station will be right there. You...
    A Black Lives Matter mob used bright lights and chants of “Wake up, motherfucker!” to terrorize a residential area in Portland, according to video released Thursday night. Journalist Andy Ngo reported, “’Wake up, mother f—ker wake up!’ chant BLM in Portland tonight as they go through residential areas and shut down the streets.” The 55 second video shows a mob of domestic terrorists using a megaphone to repeatedly scream “Wake up, mother f—ker wake up!” in the middle of a residential street, which they are obviously blocking. They also shine lights in the windows of the homes. The homes are all dark. A speed limit signs reads “25 MPH.” “Wake up, mother f—ker wake up!” chant BLM in Portland tonight as they go through residential areas and shut down the streets. — Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) August 21, 2020 Obviously there is no constructive point to this behavior, but there is a destructive one. These spoiled, privileged babies are not only terrorizing and disturbing people because they can, they want to show they can … They want to show the...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Thousands of New York residents could be forced to look for new places to live once the residential eviction moratorium expires on Wednesday. Advocacy groups are calling on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to provide more relief, CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reported. “No landlords, no cops, all evictions gotta stop,” was the chant Tuesday. Protesters gathered outside of Brooklyn Housing Court with a dire warning to anyone who would listen. “I can’t be out on the street. You can’t be out on the street. So something has got to give, right?,” one person said. CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC What To Do If Someone Isn’t Social Distancing Or Wearing A Mask? Expert: Parents Be Mindful Of Children’s Stress After Months Of Isolation CBS2’s Dr. Max Answers Your Health Questions Chopper 2 Over Empty NYC Streets, Landmarks Resources, Hotlines, Unemployment & Covering Bills Remote Learning Tools For Parents Teaching At Home How To Safely Remove Disposable Gloves How Make Your Own Face Covering Complete Coronavirus Coverage On Wednesday, Gov. Cuomo’s residential eviction moratorium expires. That means those with pre-pandemic eviction orders, that...
    It’s a quack way to get around. As heavy rains caused floods across southeast Texas on Sunday amid Tropical Storm Hanna, video showed some locals making the most of the wild weather — by tying rope to a giant inflatable duck, hitching it to their truck and chauffeuring kids through the neighborhood. In the clip posted to Twitter by user @wizardofozma, a red pickup casually makes its way down a flooded residential street in Edinburg as three girls ride lazily along in the giant yellow duck-turned-boat. “Only in the Valley! Poor man’s Venice,” the video caption says. Meanwhile, in McAllen, Texas an impassable “canal” formed along at least one residential street, according to video posted by Twitter user @hashtagwarfreek. Twitter Hanna made landfall as a hurricane on Saturday, before being downgraded to a tropical storm. Parts of South Texas got at least 9 inches of rain. With Post wires
    A 20-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly shooting a woman in the shoulder during an assault on Long Island. Nassau County Police arrested Avery Palmer, of Amityville, for the shooting that took place on Tuesday, June 9, in Farmingdale. According to detectives, officers responded to a call for a gunshot victim on Poplar Avenue. Upon arrival, officers located a 23-year-old woman with a gunshot wound to her right shoulder. Earlier report: 23-Year-Old Woman Shot On Residential Long Island Street The woman was transported to an area hospital for treatment of her non-life-threatening injuries.  On Thursday, June 11, detectives arrested Palmer in connection with the assault, police said. Palmer was charged with:AssaultReckless endangermentCriminal possession of stolen propertyCriminal possession of a weaponCriminal use of a firearmAggravated criminal possession of a weapon. He will be arraigned on Friday, June 12.
    A woman was shot in the shoulder during an incident on Long Island. Nassau County Police said they responded to an assault around 10:25 p.m., Tuesday, June 9, on Poplar Avenue in Farmingdale. According to detectives, responding officers found a 23-year-old woman with a gunshot wound to her right shoulder when they arrived on the scene. The victim was transported to an area hospital for treatment of her non-life-threatening injuries.  Detectives say the shooting was not a random act and ask anyone with information to contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS.  All callers will remain anonymous.