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Front Page » 2005 » September (Page 14)

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Operators Of Watson Island Hotels Could Be Named Soon

Operators of two hotels forming part of a mixed-use marina project on Watson Island could be named in as little as three weeks, says a spokeswoman for the developer.…

Philadelphia Investors Continue Acquiring Commercial Properties Here

A 5-month-old Philadelphia group investing heavily in Miami-Dade County warehouse properties made its most recent buy this week.…

Arts Center Officials Still Working On Residents Lease Contracts

The Miami Performing Arts Center is still months from signing leases with its four desired resident companies although its completion is planned in less than a year, arts group representatives…

Little Havana Landmark Back On Block After Developers Bid Fails

Teatro Marti, the landmark in eastern Little Havana that was once the stage for Latin artists and a Ku Klux Klan headquarters, is up for grabs after developer Amco Holdings…

Hospitality Veteran Assumes Leadership Of Miami City Club

Twenty-one years after catering its opening event, Gene Singletary is back at Wachovia Tower as interim manager of the Miami City Club.…

Kendall Homeowners Suit Against Disney To Get Review

Owners of condemned properties in a western Kendall neighborhood this week are to learn how much of their suit against Walt Disney World Co. over home construction will be heard…

Jackson South Hospital Plans 102 Million Expansion

Strategic planning for a $102 million hospital expansion in southern Miami-Dade County should be complete by year's end.…

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