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Front Page » 2004 » October (Page 7)

Cement Shortage Alleviated But Building Costs Still High

A cement shortage has stabilized in Florida, builders say, but building material costs remain high.…

Developer Plans 700unit Condo Project In Brickell

An Israeli investment and development firm is planning a two-tower residential complex…

Miami Still Offering Watson Island Dinner Key Sites To Ftaa

Watson Island and Dinner Key remain at the top of the list of sites being offered as possible headquarters of the Free Trade Area of the Americas.…

Colombia Mexico Pushing For Trade With South Florida

Colombian and Mexican trade representatives are aggressively seeking business relationships in South Florida. …

Builders School Officials At Odds Over Zoning Influence

Builders and a Miami-Dade County school officials are at odds over which should have a say in zoning and comprehensive plan changes.…

400 Biotech Reps Investors Expected For Doral Conference

More than 400 biotech representatives and investors are expected to attend a November conference in Doral that is to showcase the Southeast's commitment to the industry.…

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Lets Give Voters The Facts About Countys Huge Bonding Effort

The only thing larger than the proposed Miami-Dade County bond issue is the amount of confusion it generates.…

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