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Lastminute Bookings Continue To Bolster Hotel Occupancy Rates

Hotel occupancy in Miami-Dade County was 7.6% higher the first two weeks in March than in the same period last year, Tennessee-based Smith Travel Research reports. …

2 Fee The Roadblock In Conversion Of Trirail To Transit Czar

A bill to expand South Florida's Tri-Rail agency into a mass transit authority could sail through the Senate this month but faces an uphill battle in the more conservative House,…

Office Condos Rising As Interest Rates Increase Appeal Of Ownership

Office condos continue to rise as construction of the $21 million Minorca begins this week in Coral Gables.…

Hancock Financial To Open Regional Headquarters In Coral Gables

With plans to open a South Florida headquarters in Coral Gables, John Hancock Financial Services plans to tap the region's international markets, the company announced Monday.…

With Or Without Miami Beach Support Mainland Agencies Roll Ahead With Plans For Light Rail

Angered over Miami Beach's refusal to endorse plans for a light rail system linking the city and downtown Miami, mainland officials are preparing to go it on their own. …

Office Space In Flux As Regus Sublease Specialists Await Chapter 11 Action

Nearly 100,000 square feet of Miami-Dade County office space may be in flux as office space provider Regus Business Centre Corp. awaits Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.…

March Hotel Bookings Dip 15 State Economic Leaders Discuss Creating 40 Million War Fund

March hotel bookings in Miami-Dade County are down 15% from the same month last year, according to Visit Florida, the state's marketing agency. …

Countys 3monthold Transit Tax Already Heading Off Course Officials Say

Only three months old, Miami-Dade County's $17 billion transit tax plan is at least six months off schedule, county officials say. …

Gov Bushs Team Seeks To Bulletproof Floridas War Economy

Top state economic advisers will meet with the governor's office Monday to present ideas for heading off the financial fallout that could result from a war with Iraq.…

Picture New Parrot Jungle Profits With Kodak Filmpepsi Products

Miami's new Parrot Jungle Island, set to open June 28 on Watson Island, has sealed exclusive vending deals with Kodak and PepsiCo worth several hundred thousand dollars each to the…

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