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Front Page » 2003 » June (Page 8)

With 2 12 Weeks To Go Businesses Still Not Sure How Smoking Ban Will Work

With a state constitutional ban on smoking in enclosed workplaces set to take effect in a little more than two weeks, landlords and tenants are still unsure exactly what they…

Calendar Of Events Outdoors


Study Says Miami Sports And Exhibition Authority Should Take Over Orange Bowl Other Venues

A study on the role of Miami's Sports and Exhibition Authority suggests the board, which oversees the Miami Arena and other entertainment and tourism interests, should take on management of…

Leaders Still Trying To Find Someone To Make Something Of Opalocka Airport

Business leaders are renewing a call for development on the more than 500 acres that make up Opa-locka Airport, which they think would bring thousands of jobs and millions of…

Part Of Famed Islamorada Lodge Will Be Converted To Condominiums

Cheeca Lodge & Spa, a 27-acre fishing camp in Islamorada whose celebrity guest list includes several US presidents, will be partially converted to condominiums after its sale for $34.5 million.…

Law Firm Leases 29000 Square Feet On Two Floors In New Espirito Santo Plaza

An international law firm is leasing two floors of Brickell Avenue's new Espirito Santo Plaza and in February will move its Miami offices into the $180 million complex.…

Miami Company That Would Finance Small Businesses Halfway To Fundraising Goal

Banyan Mezzanine Fund, a new Miami company that hopes to provide financing to small businesses in the Southeast, said it is halfway to its goal of raising $70 million in…

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Consultant Suggests Turning Miami Arena Into Grand Central Facility

Miami Arena could better serve the community as a mass-transit hub than as a part-time entertainment venue, according to a study commissioned by the Miami Sports & Exhibition Authority.…
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