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Front Page » 2005 » May (Page 3)

Miami Parking Authority Signs Developer For Old Garage

The Miami Parking Authority's board signed an agreement for redevelopment of a 46-year-old garage at 40 NW Third St. into a $125 million mixed-use facility.…

Prestigious Business School To Open In Gables

High-powered executives are likely to become students when the Kellogg School of Management opens a branch of its prestigious MBA program in Coral Gables.…

Developer Wants To Replace Landmark Eatery With Office Tower

A developer wants to transform the former site of legendary CafÈ Chauveron in Bay Harbor Islands into a six-story office building.…

Cement Labor Shortages Still Dog County Construction

Rising steel costs, low supplies of cement and a shortage of workers still may be delaying construction schedules in Miami-Dade County.…

Transit Firm Ryder Moves Into New Global Headquarters

Transportation company Ryder System is ready to unveil new global headquarters at Beacon Station business park.…

Visitors Tax To Help Furnish Arts Center

Miami-Dade County commissioners plan to use $10.5 million in Convention Development Tax revenue to help pay for furniture, fixtures and equipment at the Performing Arts Center.…

Developer Has Lofty Goal For South Beach Project

Developers of the Gramercy and Absolut South Beach Lofts say they hope to recreate the loft concept with a new project in Miami's Edgewater neighborhood.…

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