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Front Page » 2008 » September (Page 7)

Commercial Real Estate Market Isnt Sharing Woes Of Residential Counterpart

Unstable conditions in residential real estate aren't spilling over to the commercial market in Miami-Dade County, the county's property appraiser says.…

In Weak Market Loans Still There For Commercial Projects

Executives at local banks say that while underwriting criteria are more stringent, there's still money to lend for income-producing commercial projects.…

Dolphin Mall Keeps Growing Even As Economy Struggles

Dolphin Mall has a lot to be thankful for during these cash-strapped times, including increased sales, new tenants and now a hotel on-site, mall officials say.…

Calendar Of Events Children

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Ramon A Rasco Drawn To Hometown As He Pursues Courtroom Challenges And Civic Causes

Born and raised in Miami, 32-year-old Ramon Rasco left his hometown after high school to study at Harvard and Columbia universities. But rather than stay in the Northeast to kickoff…

Miami International Airport To Lower Landing Fees Starting Oct 1

With staggering fuel costs forcing fewer flights and unprecedented fees for customers, airlines could use a break, and Miami International Airport plans to give them one. For now.…

Calendar Of Events Meetings

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584 People At A Ballgame Prove Folly Of Building A Stadium

For the 455th consecutive time last Wednesday afternoon, 96-year-old Fenway Park in Boston sold every seat for a Red Sox game, tying baseball's record.…

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