PRIME REAL ESTATE CONTINUES TO GROW
Hobart, IN – July 8th, 2013 – When it seems that real estate brokerage firms are slimming down operations, closing the doors or selling out to competition, Prime Real Estate continues to grow. Prime Real Estate has opened its fifth location in Hobart, Indiana, on the Prime Corner Rt. 51 on 3rd and Main Street at 238 Main Street. Prime Real Estate currently has offices in Chicago and Naperville Illinois, as well as Schererville and Valparaiso Indiana. The Hobart location allows Prime Real Estate to serve both Lake and Porter County clients and agents much more comfortably and with better service as it is precisely midway between each of its Indiana offices.
Prime Real Estate is celebrating the opening of the new Hobart location with a charity special. For any new listings or new contracts for purchase during the months of August, September and October- 10% of Prime Real Estate’s net proceeds will be donated to the charity of our clients choosing. A public open house will be hosted on September 5th between the hours of 4 and 6pm. Please visit our website http://www.WeSellNWI.com for information on our new divisions, our current specials, to meet our team, the area’s open houses or just to view what is available for sale in the Region and Greater Chicagoland areas.
About Prime Real
EstatePrime Real Estate is a full service real estate company offering thousands of residential and commercial properties for sale and lease
in the region and the Chicagoland area. As the most innovative real estate brokerage firm in Northwest Indiana, Prime has assembled a super talented team of specialists who are passionately devoted to advancing the real estate industry. Prime Real Estate takes
pride in their ability to apply modern advances in technology as well as maintain high educational and ethical standards. Through their commitment to quality, Prime Real Estate carefully guards its reputation for excellence.
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Methinks good folke may come to see King Lear in Gary….
Hammond Fire officials were dispatched the the scene of a vehicle fire involving a Prompt Ambulance transport on Saturday night. There were no injuries and another ambulance was dispatched and the transport was completed without incident, according to Jerry Miller, Director of Operations for Prompt Ambulance.. The incident occurred at approximately 10:45 pm on Saturday night on the Indiana Toll Road in Hammond.
Miller stated that ambulance fires are very rare and that Prompt Ambulance has only experienced one other fire in Company history. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Porter County- The Lowell District of the Indiana State Police will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint during the late evening hours in Porter County on Friday, July 26, 2013. Drivers that encounter a check point will be required to produce a valid license and registration. Motorists that are not impaired can expect only short delays of 2-3 minutes while passing through the checkpoint. If all information is correct and there is no other reason to be detained, they will be released. After the check point, troopers will conduct roving saturation patrols, aggressively seeking impaired drivers throughout the district.
Troopers encourage all motorists to call 911 or the closest Indiana State Police Post when they observe another motorist that may be impaired. Be prepared to give a description of the vehicle, location and direction of travel.
The Indiana State Police are committed to traffic safety and will continue to conduct saturation patrols and sobriety checkpoints to apprehend impaired drivers and to deter others from dinking and driving.
A glance at the Facebook page shows Mayor McDermott’s brothers, staff and Hammond Police officers partying it up at Hammond’s Aquavor. Janet Venecz, a McDermott appointee, has introduced a resolution which Aquavor staff say is designed to close the club.
Mayor’s Brother and Hammond Realtor Aaron McDermott
Philip Taillon Executive Director of Planning and Development at City of Hammond hangs out with the Aquavor gang before they became persona non grata in Hammond. For full story, click here http://wp.me/p3IAXO-5L
Brett McDermott and Aaron McDermott, Mayor’s brothers and principals in Lattitude Realty.
Members of the HPD celebrate Halloween at Aquavor.
July 22, 2013: One nightclub is fighting the City for its survival as the Hammond City Council gave $3.5 Million to a brewpub to open. Aquavor Nightclub remains open for business but the City has already placed No Parking after 11 PM signs all around the business.
The Hammond City Council gave final approval tonight to a Development Agreement with Hammond Station Restaurant and Brewery tonight. Although the agreement was not available for review at the meeting, council members have previously stated that the Brewery would receive $3.5 Million to assist in construction of the estimated $10M facility. Council Member Janet Venecz praised the Flossmoor location operated by the same company. She stated she had visited the area around Christmas and was very impressed by the area. Other councilman sang the praises of the proposed development, indicating it would be a jump start for development in the area.
Councilman Higgs was the sole member to question the project, although he ultimately voted in favor of it. Higgs questioned why other areas of the City were not being developed, including the Woodmar Mall area. Higgs also expressed concern over the plan by the developers to address hiring of minorities. Construction is expected to begin as early as September.
There was no discussion as to how this subsidy to a restaurant/bar would affect struggling businesses in Hammond. A copy of the development plan should be available for review by tomorrow and the Gazette will update this story at that time.
In other action, the City Council delayed action on a proposed ordinance that would ban parking in City lots after 11:00 p.m. Despite this, signs have already been placed in the parking lots near downtown Hammond’s Aquavor Nightclub. Club managers were present at the meeting but left when they saw the ordinance was not on the agenda. They have repeatedly stated that this would close the nightclub which was once popular with City staff and politically connected individuals. Aquavor remains open at this time. You can find them on Facebook or at
The City Council held off on an ordinance prohibiting parking in City lots after 11:00 pm but signs have already been placed in all lots near Aquavor Night Club.
Front Porch Music Festival
Central Park Plaza
Lincolnway, Valparaiso, IN 46383
Sunday, August 4th
3:00 PM – 10:00 PM
CHRIS AND LOU BAND
SHADES OF GRAY
A DAY NINE
GARAGE BAND STUDENTS
SPECIAL GUESTS: MIKE FERRI, NICK BYRD, EJ KETCHEM, BETH NEWMAN and many more!!
ART, FOOD, BEER GARDEN, ICE CREAM, KIDS ACTIVITIES, GIVEAWAYS, GUITAR RAFFLES
$10 Minimum Donation
$5 for Kids under 12
Advance Tickets on Sale at Front Porch Music 505 E. Lincolnway Valparaiso