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Beach Commissioners To Budget Bond Funds In February Workshop

Miami Beach's mayor and city commission are to decide in an early February workshop how to deploy $55 million from county General Obligation Bond funds for convention-center improvements.…

Shortages To Keep Building Costs Soaring Pros Say

Shortage of roofing tiles, cement and aggregates as high-rise construction intensifies will escalate building prices about 17% this year, industry professionals say, with tile orders backlogged all year.…

Airline To Offer Nonstop Miamitel Aviv Flights

A 15% increase in the flow of travelers from the US to Israel has fueled El Al Israel Airlines to begin flying twice a week between Miami International Airport and…

Bush To Lead Enterprise Florida Delegation To South America

Enterprise Florida representatives are to leave for South America on Wednesday (1/18) to promote trade in Florida, but more importantly to continue Miami's pursuit of the Free Trade Area of…

Hotel Rates Soar Over New Years Day Weekend

Miami hotel rates soared New Year's weekend to an average $210 a night, up 19% from a year ago. Occupancy rose 1.7% to 80% to kick off a year of…

Miami Officials Rework Melreese Plan To Reopen Bidding

Miami plans a new request for proposals to develop a hotel complex at its Melreese Golf Course after two of three potential bidders dropped out of consideration for the job.…

Beach Panel Fiu Work To Polish Hospitality Services

The Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority is setting high goals to elevate the quality of tourism services. By partnering with Florida International University, the tourism entity wants to erase…

New Enterprise Florida Ceo Says Upgrading Seaports Critical

The upgrading of Florida's 14 seaports is critical for job creation in the state, says John A. Adams Jr., new president and CEO of the state's economic development agency, Enterprise…

Visitors Bureau To Step Up Latin American Effort Next Year

The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau is taking long strides - literally - to maintain its biggest single client base, the Latin American market.…

Work Slated To Begin In Spring On Massive Gulfstream Project

The Village of Gulfstream Park, a mega-project on a 55-acre tract in Hallandale spurred by a racetrack slot-machine casino that's soon to open, is to break ground in spring.…

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