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Front Page » 2009 » February (Page 4)

Hopes For Hollo Park On Brickells Bayfront Are Out With The Tide

Plans to build a temporary park on Brickell's last prime bayfront parcel are all but dead.…

Marlins Stadium Bid Rules Posing New Hurdle

A stadium deal for the Florida Marlins could return to square one if two city commissioners keep a pledge to reject waiving competitive bidding for infrastructure work for the ballpark.…

Miami County Commissioners Seek Pay Freeze At The Top

City and county commissioners are asking for salary cuts to top-tier positions as local governments tighten their belts with budget cuts on the way.…

State Of Real Estate Home Values Likely Wont Rebound Until Mid2010

Despite a spike in sales in South Florida, the area probably won't see a bottoming out of single-family home prices until mid-2010, says Brad Hunter, chief economist with West Palm…

Coconut Grove Hotels Catch Big Break On Business Improvement District Assessment Dues

Coconut Grove's hotels got a big break on their assessment dues at the approval hearing for the long-awaited Coconut Grove.…

Marlins Keep Hope Alive With March Return To City Hall

The Marlins are getting another turn at bat in their bid to gain several hundred million dollars in public funding for a new stadium.…

Osvaldo Vento Guiding Everglades Lumber Through Downturn By Securing New Customer Opportunities At Home And Abroad

Founded in 1940, when "everything west of the Palmetto Expressway was considered the Everglades," Everglades Lumber & Building Supply has seen the local construction industry through up and down cycles,…

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