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Front Page » 2006 » July (Page 11)

Forum Designed To Attract Minorities To Real Estate Industry

Recruiting and promoting minorities is not only good human resource policy, its good business as well, say executives at CB Richard Ellis.…

Key West Welcomes Battleship Rejected By Miami

The USS Mohawk, until recently expected to become a tourist attraction on downtown Miami's shoreline, was brought Friday into Key West Harbor, her new home, accompanied by a contingent of…

Supporter Hopes For 2008 Opening Of Naval Museum

A contract to restore Richmond Naval Air Station and convert it to the Military Museum and Veterans Memorial of South Florida has moved from the county's Office of Historic Preservation…

Developer Changes Plans For Gables Waterway Project

After conducting a series of meetings with Coral Gables officials and residents, a developer made sweeping changes to plans for a mixed-use project facing the University of Miami on US…

County To Consider 1 Billion Entertainment Complex At Zoo

Miami-Dade commissioners are to consider a package of three ordinances today (7/6) to speed creation of a $1 billion entertainment district on 740 acres owned by the county at MetroZoo.…

County Oks 250room Hotel In West Dade

Miami-Dade County commissioners unanimously approved a 250-room hotel on land at the Flagler Station development in the western part of the county.…

Developer To Return To Court With Morningside Project

After Miami city commissioners advised Morningside Development LLC officials to scale down their 92-foot-tall project to 35 feet, Morningside residents were pleased with the decision. Now developers say they are…
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