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Front Page » 2009 » April (Page 12)

Miamis Signature Office Buildings Still See Opportunity As Tenants Seek Stability Security In A Shaky Economy

Acknowledging challenges in a rough economy, leasing agents for downtown Miami's signature office towers say they still see opportunity ahead, citing longstanding reputations, stable ownership and impressive tenant bases as…

Jungle Island Bailout Could Run Miami 2 Million

Struggling theme park Jungle Island is asking Miami's government to come to its rescue — once again — with a $2.4 million subsidy. …

Cities Protest Proposed Miamidade Administration Fee That Would Take Some Stimulus Money

Miami-Dade municipalities shouldn't have to turn over a portion of their federal stimulus rations to the county to cover administrative costs, city leaders say. …

Trirail May Be Forced To Cut Half Its Weekday Routes Eliminate Weekend Service

Facing drastic funding cuts, Tri-Rail could be forced to nearly halve its weekday service and eliminate weekend trains.…

Calendar Of Events Children

Friday 4/2…

Calendar Of Events Dance

Thursday 4/2…

Calendar Of Events Theater

Thursday 4/2…

Miamidade Preparing To Play Ball In The Bond Markets

In the world of Major League Baseball, April means opening day. …

Colliers Abood Woodfays Michael T Fay Sees Profit Ahead For Players Who Make Right Calls On Buying Realigning

Where many see storms, surfers see waves. And some carry the philosophy from the beach into the office. …

Calendar Of Events Meetings

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