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Front Page » 2010 » April (Page 3)

Brighter Year For Some Hotels As Others Battle Financial Woes

With new hotels to fill in Miami-Dade, this year appears brighter for the hospitality industry as occupancy is expected to inch up and room rates to drop by less than…

Adrienne Arsht Center For The Performing Arts Quietly Gearing Up For Fifth Anniversary Bash

The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts has started turning the gears for its fifth anniversary celebration next year but is keep most of the details under wraps.…

Executive Shuffle Is Miamis New Dance

Leadership changes at the City of Miami continue, virtually nonstop since Mayor Tomás Regalado was elected in November.…

Endusers Longterm Investors Snap Up Downtown Miami Condos

After a 2009 marked by discounted bulk sales, more long-term investors and end-users with financing are now buying downtown condos.…

International Business Corps Finds State Legislators Receptive To Concerns

With the first Florida International Days in nearly a decade now history, organizers and the international business community say they've caught the eye of lawmakers and are looking forward to…

Architects Antiques Roadshow Top Stronger Convention Lineup

Thanks to repeat bookings and some notable new business, Miami-Dade's convention traffic is projected to be stronger this summer.…

County Hasnt Gotten A Cent From Its Americanairlines Arena

It's been more than a decade since the American Airlines Arena opened, and owner Miami-Dade County has yet to share in the receipts. …

Musician And Fundraiser Parsons Drumming Up Support To Position Baptist Health South Florida For The Future

When it comes to the Baptist Health South Florida Foundation, some wonder why the famously successful Baptist needs charitable support, CEO Stephen Parsons says. He's out to dispel that perception…

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