Mexico apartment – Mexico Virtual http://mexico-virtual.com/ Sat, 01 Oct 2022 05:03:34 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://mexico-virtual.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/profile.png Mexico apartment – Mexico Virtual http://mexico-virtual.com/ 32 32 Woman charged with setting fire to apartment that killed 4 people | app https://mexico-virtual.com/woman-charged-with-setting-fire-to-apartment-that-killed-4-people-app/ Fri, 30 Sep 2022 13:43:02 +0000 https://mexico-virtual.com/woman-charged-with-setting-fire-to-apartment-that-killed-4-people-app/ WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) – A former tenant is heading to court Friday to face arson and murder charges in connection with a fire at a Massachusetts apartment building last May that claimed the lives of four people, including a man who had sued the right-wing radio host Alex Jones’ Infowars website. Yvonne Ngoiri, 36, faces […]]]>

WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) – A former tenant is heading to court Friday to face arson and murder charges in connection with a fire at a Massachusetts apartment building last May that claimed the lives of four people, including a man who had sued the right-wing radio host Alex Jones’ Infowars website.

Yvonne Ngoiri, 36, faces four counts of second-degree murder and has also been charged with multiple assault charges, Worcester District Attorney Joseph Early Jr.’s office said Thursday in a statement. communicated. It was not immediately clear if she had an attorney who could comment.

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Police identify two dead in Alamo Street apartment in Las Cruces https://mexico-virtual.com/police-identify-two-dead-in-alamo-street-apartment-in-las-cruces/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 22:10:41 +0000 https://mexico-virtual.com/police-identify-two-dead-in-alamo-street-apartment-in-las-cruces/ This article contains descriptions of suicide and domestic violence. Help is available for those thinking about suicide by calling 988 to reach the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline. The Casa offers walk-in emergency shelter between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. or by calling 575-526-9513. LAS CRUCES — New Mexico State Police identified the two people killed […]]]>

This article contains descriptions of suicide and domestic violence. Help is available for those thinking about suicide by calling 988 to reach the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline. The Casa offers walk-in emergency shelter between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. or by calling 575-526-9513.

LAS CRUCES — New Mexico State Police identified the two people killed in an apartment complex days after police discovered the bodies.

Emilia Rueda, 20, and Carlos Esparza, 19, were killed at the compound in what the NMSP suspects was a murder-suicide, according to NMSP spokesman Ray Wilson.

“The NMSP Office of Investigations continues to gather facts related to this investigation,” Wilson said by email. “At this point, it seems likely that this was a murder-suicide. A final decision will be made once all the facts have been gathered and analyzed.”

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Apartment developer pays $13 million for second half of city block in Denver’s Lincoln Park neighborhood https://mexico-virtual.com/apartment-developer-pays-13-million-for-second-half-of-city-block-in-denvers-lincoln-park-neighborhood/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 14:00:58 +0000 https://mexico-virtual.com/apartment-developer-pays-13-million-for-second-half-of-city-block-in-denvers-lincoln-park-neighborhood/ Holland Partner Group doubles down on a block at Lincoln Park. The Washington-based apartment developer last week paid $12.9 million, according to public records, for the northern half of the block formed by Santa Fe and Inca Streets, and 10th and 11th Avenues. The deal is about $250 per square foot. Holland already owns the […]]]>

Holland Partner Group doubles down on a block at Lincoln Park.

The Washington-based apartment developer last week paid $12.9 million, according to public records, for the northern half of the block formed by Santa Fe and Inca Streets, and 10th and 11th Avenues. The deal is about $250 per square foot.

Holland already owns the southern part of the block and is finishing work on a five-story apartment complex he has dubbed “Quin”. The company paid $8.7 million, or about $179 per square foot, for the land in November 2020.

Holland, who did not respond to a request for comment, is planning a similar project on the northern half of the block. It submitted initial development plans in June 2021. The latest version of the plans calls for a five-story, 123-unit complex.

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Enrique Norten ‘High-Design’ Planned Apartment Project Across from Midtown Miami – The Next Miami https://mexico-virtual.com/enrique-norten-high-design-planned-apartment-project-across-from-midtown-miami-the-next-miami/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 17:04:39 +0000 https://mexico-virtual.com/enrique-norten-high-design-planned-apartment-project-across-from-midtown-miami-the-next-miami/ A developer has announced plans for an apartment project across from Midtown Miami, designed by a “world-renowned architect”. The new apartment building is expected to be “top of the line,” said Asi Cymbal, president of developer Cymbal DLT Companies. “Typically, you would experience this level of design in a high-end condominium project or an art […]]]>

A developer has announced plans for an apartment project across from Midtown Miami, designed by a “world-renowned architect”.

The new apartment building is expected to be “top of the line,” said Asi Cymbal, president of developer Cymbal DLT Companies.

“Typically, you would experience this level of design in a high-end condominium project or an art museum.”

Mexican architect Enrique Norten and his firm Ten Arquitectos will design the new complex, which will span 350,000 square feet.

The eight-storey project will include 203 apartments, retail on the ground floor, a swimming pool and a rooftop bar.

State-of-the-art features such as hands-free access to units, noise attenuation elements and air purification, sterilization and ionization systems that are 99% effective against Covid.

Cymbal said he secured a $17.5 million loan today from New Wave Loans, allowing him to buy out his partner in the property and prepare the site.

The new property will be built around current tenant The Sylvester. Other retailers that will remain on site include Saccaro, Dāek Thai Eatery and a ghost kitchen location for REEF Neighborhood Kitchens.

Cymbal DLT will move its headquarters from the property to its Riverwalk Raintree residences when completed in 2025, but will have a satellite office in the new Midtown Miami building. A temporary seat is planned at his Oasis Pointe in Dania Beach.

Groundbreaking across from Midtown Miami is scheduled for late 2023.

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Apartment developer pays $13 million for second half of Lincoln Park block https://mexico-virtual.com/apartment-developer-pays-13-million-for-second-half-of-lincoln-park-block/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 11:04:11 +0000 https://mexico-virtual.com/apartment-developer-pays-13-million-for-second-half-of-lincoln-park-block/ Several buildings on the site were previously used by tortilla maker Tortillas Mexico, which now operates in Englewood. (Thomas Gounley photo) Holland Partner Group doubles down on a block at Lincoln Park. The Washington-based apartment developer last week paid $12.9 million, according to public records, for the northern half of the block formed by Santa […]]]>

Several buildings on the site were previously used by tortilla maker Tortillas Mexico, which now operates in Englewood. (Thomas Gounley photo)

Holland Partner Group doubles down on a block at Lincoln Park.

The Washington-based apartment developer last week paid $12.9 million, according to public records, for the northern half of the block formed by Santa Fe and Inca Streets, and 10th and 11th Avenues. The deal is about $250 per square foot.

Holland already owns the southern part of the block and is finishing work on a five-story apartment complex he has dubbed “Quin”. The company paid $8.7 million, or about $179 per square foot, for the land in November 2020.

Holland, who did not respond to a request for comment, is planning a similar project on the northern half of the block. It submitted initial development plans in June 2021. The latest version of the plans calls for a five-story, 123-unit complex.

There are a number of existing structures on the site, including two along 11th Avenue previously used by Tortillas Mexico, which moved to Englewood.

Almost all of the packages Holland bought in the past week were sold by Jose Rangel, who founded the tortilla producer in 1986, according to his website. The city had previously determined that one of the buildings might be eligible for historic landmark status, but no one campaigned to save the structure.

Holland has developed several apartment complexes in and around Denver. As well as Quin, the company is currently building another at 2950 Arkins Court in RiNo.

Holland’s project is one of many poised to bring more density to the Santa Fe Drive corridor. Leon Cisneros of CRE Development Investments has developed two eight-story apartment complexes in the 1300 block, and Lenny Taub’s First Stone Development is constructing a five-story condominium building in the 600 block.

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Panama City Beach accepts apartment complex, will not be housing for labor https://mexico-virtual.com/panama-city-beach-accepts-apartment-complex-will-not-be-housing-for-labor/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 11:13:26 +0000 https://mexico-virtual.com/panama-city-beach-accepts-apartment-complex-will-not-be-housing-for-labor/ PANAMA CITY BEACH – Although a new apartment complex is around the corner, it is unlikely to help Panama City Beach address its shortage of affordable housing. At a meeting of the Panama City Beach planning board last week, officials approved the construction of a 236-unit apartment complex on 7.5 acres near the intersection of […]]]>
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Pokimane reveals why she moved to a new apartment in LA https://mexico-virtual.com/pokimane-reveals-why-she-moved-to-a-new-apartment-in-la/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 19:05:19 +0000 https://mexico-virtual.com/pokimane-reveals-why-she-moved-to-a-new-apartment-in-la/ Twitch star Pokimane has revealed why she packed up and moved to another apartment in Los Angeles, citing several key reasons why her old notebook didn’t match her new apartment. Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys is the most-followed streamer on Twitch, and as such, it only makes sense that her eight million fans would take an interest […]]]>

Twitch star Pokimane has revealed why she packed up and moved to another apartment in Los Angeles, citing several key reasons why her old notebook didn’t match her new apartment.

Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys is the most-followed streamer on Twitch, and as such, it only makes sense that her eight million fans would take an interest in her daily life.

Recently, the influencer shared her experience of moving into her new apartment with her viewers.

Although she moved from a house shared with her roommates to a solo apartment nearly a year ago, she said a few factors led her to seek alternative accommodation instead of renewing her lease.

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Pokimane is the most followed woman on Twitch.

For one thing, she claimed her old streaming room didn’t have enough natural light, which she says was a big problem for her circadian rhythm and overall mental health.

She was also not a big fan of her balcony, which looked directly out onto the street, giving her an unwanted vibe during her moments of meditation or relaxation that she preferred to have without car horns and traffic noise.

Pokimane reveals the reasons for moving to a new apartment

“My lease had come to an end and I fully intended to stay in my old place because I really liked it and it was fine,” she explained. “Actually, it was great. Internet was awesome. I liked the amount of space.

“There was no way to set up my streaming setup to have natural lighting,” she added. “And when I’m sitting in a gray room – no sunlight, no artificial lights and I’m streaming for ten hours – and I start at 11 a.m., and when I’m done, there’s no sunlight, I feel like it was messing up my circadian rhythm. Just my head. I think natural sunlight is really important.

(Subject begins to 6:40 a.m.)

Fortunately, Pokimane seems delighted with her new apartment and says she feels “safe and happy” in the new place with her two cats, Mimi and Beau.

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Dozens displaced after Albuquerque apartment fire https://mexico-virtual.com/dozens-displaced-after-albuquerque-apartment-fire/ Tue, 06 Sep 2022 00:40:56 +0000 https://mexico-virtual.com/dozens-displaced-after-albuquerque-apartment-fire/ ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) – A fire at Mountain View Apartments on Thursday afternoon left dozens of people homeless. Now those residents are calling on the management company to do more to get them off the streets, with some saying they are still in shock after Thursday’s incident. “In less than five minutes, it consumed my […]]]>

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) – A fire at Mountain View Apartments on Thursday afternoon left dozens of people homeless. Now those residents are calling on the management company to do more to get them off the streets, with some saying they are still in shock after Thursday’s incident. “In less than five minutes, it consumed my entire apartment. It was on my whole life. My life was burned in less than five minutes,” said resident Jack Rhodes.

According to neighbors, the fire broke out around noon in a building in one of the upper apartments. “I asked what happened, and he said to put a can of lacquer thinner on the stove, and it exploded, so I grabbed the fire extinguisher and went to the other apartment behind me and I opened the door, and the flames went everywhere,” Rhodes added.

Albuquerque firefighters said five apartments were directly affected by the flames, with several others suffering smoke and water damage. Now what remains of the building is a collapsed roof, shattered and boarded up windows, and a boundary fence preventing anyone from returning.

“Everyone is displaced, we’re all homeless, everyone in the unit is over 30 so hopefully next week we’ll have some good news, but I really don’t know what they do,” Rhodes said.

For now, Rhodes says he has nowhere to go after calling the apartments home for the past nine years. “This is my home, this is still my home, and I’m staying here. I come here when I wake up, and I stay until dark. I have nowhere to go.

Rhodes says he returned to the same location hoping to see one of his two cats who went missing during the fire. “Smokey Bear couldn’t catch her, but I walked around the apartment putting food outside hoping she might have jumped, and I’m out here from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.”

Rhodes says the apartment complex terminated leases and refunded security deposits to those affected. The Red Cross also gave each of them $500. Rhodes and other residents say they are hopeful after being told by the management company they would be put on a housing listing. KRQE contacted property managers but received no response.

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These are the best fall 2022 travel destinations, according to TripAdvisor https://mexico-virtual.com/these-are-the-best-fall-2022-travel-destinations-according-to-tripadvisor/ Sat, 27 Aug 2022 14:01:05 +0000 https://mexico-virtual.com/these-are-the-best-fall-2022-travel-destinations-according-to-tripadvisor/ We select these products independently. If you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were correct at the time of publication. Ready to leave town and explore somewhere new as the temperature drops? You’re not alone. Once Labor Day rolls around, the fall travel season will be in full […]]]>

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Ready to leave town and explore somewhere new as the temperature drops? You’re not alone. Once Labor Day rolls around, the fall travel season will be in full swing. To help travelers make the most of their time, TripAdvisor has released its 2022 Fall Travel Index to identify the season’s most popular destinations.

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According to the online travel agency, domestic travel remains the most attractive option for most people. This year’s Fall Travel Index found that four-fifths (81%) of Americans and nearly two-thirds (60%) of global travelers surveyed will travel domestically this fall.

With that in mind, here are the top domestic travel destinations for this fall:

As the presence of two Hawaiian cities indicates, long-haul vacations are officially making a comeback. TripAdvisor found that more than 40% of Americans will travel more than 7 hours this fall, and nearly half (49%) plan to travel by plane. In contrast, the 2021 Travel Index found that 68% of US travelers preferred to stay closer to home, opting for vacation destinations accessible by car or train.

But what about travelers looking for international excursions? It seems like a lot of them are looking forward to being by the beach. The ever-popular Mexican resort town of Cancun was the top international destination among Americans traveling this fall. Meanwhile, the Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean have seen the highest annual increase in TripAdvisor searches.

If you felt like everyone you knew was suddenly in Italy this summer, you’re definitely onto something. The country remains a hot vacation spot for Americans as fall approaches, with Italian cities like Como and Monterosso al Mare also ranking highly.

Still looking for travel inspiration? No problem! Here are the top trending destinations for fall overall, based on year-over-year growth:

You can read more about TripAdvisor’s report on the upcoming fall travel season here.

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Experiment: I made a mini version of Monica’s apartment in Friends | life and style https://mexico-virtual.com/experiment-i-made-a-mini-version-of-monicas-apartment-in-friends-life-and-style/ Fri, 26 Aug 2022 11:50:00 +0000 https://mexico-virtual.com/experiment-i-made-a-mini-version-of-monicas-apartment-in-friends-life-and-style/ I did not grow up with an artistic education. I was born in the small town of Parral, in Chihuahua, northern Mexico, and as a child my mind was drawn more to math and science. I graduated as a chemical engineer in college, then got married and moved to the United States in 1992 when […]]]>

I did not grow up with an artistic education. I was born in the small town of Parral, in Chihuahua, northern Mexico, and as a child my mind was drawn more to math and science. I graduated as a chemical engineer in college, then got married and moved to the United States in 1992 when my husband took a job in Michigan. I didn’t have a work visa at the time, but my son, David, and my twin daughters, Nora and Lily, kept me busy.

I loved creating things for them. Made great Halloween and party costumes – turned the twins into flowers for a school spring parade.

When I decorated the house for the holidays, our centerpiece was a Christmas village made of miniature houses. It started out as two snowy houses sitting on a side table, but over the years it has grown. Children were looking for miniatures in garage sales. Often they were broken and I would restore them. Eventually, each Christmas, the hallway of our house turned into a complex village of little houses and festive characters.

At a yard sale, when Nora was 12, she saw an old wooden dollhouse. She had always wanted one of the elaborate models she saw in the movies, but they were too expensive. This one was $20, with some Victorian furniture, so we bought it. For a month, we worked there together on weekends. I took out the old carpets and floral wallpapers, and created small accessories. I made pillows, sewn by hand, and small books printed on paper, cut out and bound.

Nora loved this dollhouse, but she outgrew it and our interest in miniatures faded. Around 2010 we moved to Texas and I got a master’s degree in math and then taught college kids. I found intersections between what I was teaching and my work on the dollhouse – the scale, the geometry.

Five years ago, while on a shopping trip with Nora, now in grad school, we came across a “build your own” dollhouse kit and bought it as a summer project. She dug up her old accessories and I spent afternoons making miniatures of her in the garage. I watched YouTube tutorials and collected household items: plastic tags from new clothes became bottle dispensers, milk bottle caps turned into plates, and matchboxes turned into drawers. I worked with paint, a knife and watercolor brushes.

During confinement, we watched television programs as a family. Nora loved Friends and asked me to cook for Monica. I bought some paint, glue, and polymer clay, and worked on it for two weeks, making the purple door, the fridge, the cups, pots and pans, the table and chairs, and even Joey’s Thanksgiving turkey.

A close up of the model. Photography: Adria Malcolm/The Guardian

Lily asked me to try out a set from the comedy Schitt’s Creek, so I created the Rose Apothecary, the village shop: there was a wooden table, wooden floors and white shelves, neatly lined with small baskets and jars. My son decided others should see them and created an Instagram account, Big Made Small. Soon, another thumbnail account shared a cookie baking table I had made, and hundreds of people started liking my work. We received messages asking to buy them, so Nora created an account on Etsy.

We discovered a world of miniaturists and social media enthusiasts. I’ve seen recreations of Michelangelo’s art and one account posts tiny edible foods, cooked in a working oven.

I recreated sets from Harry Potter and I Love Lucy. Grocery store ones are popular: I made a palm-sized shopping cart full of American brands like Ice Breakers mints and Hershey’s. So are the charcuterie boards – I’ve sold over 200 pea-sized cheese and ham platters.

I don’t care about money. When someone says, “That’s amazing,” that’s my reward. I am happy to be part of this creative community.

We’re so used to seeing things magnified – towering skyscrapers and huge billboards are considered awe-inspiring – that when something is reduced, it generates a different feeling. People are drawn to something so small, yet perfectly complete. Sometimes it reminds them of their own childhood. Maybe they wanted a dollhouse, like my daughter. Or maybe it brings them to a place of comfort, like the set of their favorite TV show. It’s a wonderful feeling to create this.

As told to Deborah Linton

Do you have an experience to share? Email experience@theguardian.com

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