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Front Page » 2015 » November (Page 4)

As boat show closes, super-yacht marina nears opening

As boat show closes, super-yacht marina nears opening

Luxury boats were a main attraction at the 56th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show which just wrapped up Monday. Show exhibits ranged from yacht builders and designers to brokerage yachts…

Miami nearing new ‘All Aboard’ call

Miami nearing new ‘All Aboard’ call

With the sound of a Metrorail train click-clacking nearby, All Aboard Florida’s president promised his company is destined to change the face of passenger rail service. “We are reinventing what…

FYI Miami: November 12, 2015

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. GREEN FOR…

Air arrivals soaring, tilt toward domestic

Air arrivals soaring, tilt toward domestic

Domestic travelers have tipped the balance at Miami International Airport, which historically welcomed nearly equal numbers of US and foreign arrivals, and they’re paving the way for a record year.…

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Why does county ignore the folly of its preference rules?

Why does county ignore the folly of its preference rules?

Do you willingly buy shoddy items or pay extra just because goods are made here? Not likely. Do you pay a worker down the street more than one who commutes?…

County tailors grant to NY designer Khan

County tailors grant to NY designer Khan

A fashion designer with A-list clientele was awarded the chance at a $1.5 million economic development grant from Miami-Dade County to help launch a new design studio and manufacturing facility…

Luxury car sales up 30%-plus

Luxury car sales up 30%-plus

The number of sales in Miami-Dade County’s luxury car market increased more than 30% from mid-July to mid-September compared to the same period last year. About 31% more near-luxury car…

Brokers assemble condos for new projects

Brokers assemble condos for new projects

When Miami and Miami Beach run out of available waterfront land, developers are forced to get creative, and there are a few brokers who can help them get their hands…

Universities’ enrollments trending up

Universities’ enrollments trending up

Most area colleges and universities find enrollment for the fall semester conforms to expectations. The exception may be St. Thomas University, which saw an appreciable increase in enrollment following some…

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