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Catalonia and Miami business ties strengthen

Multinational business relationships between Catalonia and Miami are strengthening as the Spanish region’s business development office in the city thrives as a port of US entry for Catalan companies and a potential trade and economic agreement…

Chicago Firm Hines Interest Set To Build Coral Gables Tower

A new office development is being planned for Coral Gables at 2511 Ponce de Leon Blvd., one of several properties considered last spring for Burger King's new headquarters.…

Chamber Looks To Awardsponsors For Major Fund Raising

Corporate sponsorships, the money-making trend that created the FedEx Orange Bowl, the AT&T Bayfront Amphitheatre and the Bank of America Coconut Grove Art Festival, is coming to the Greater Miami…

Dotcom Demise Offset In Office Space By Proliferation Of New Firms

The demise or downsizing of dot-coms, which have been leasing large blocks of office space in several areas of the county for the past year, could put a lot of…

Watson Island Megayacht Proposal Seen Smoothing Waterfront City Of Miami Ties

A request for proposals for a mega-yacht marina on Watson Island last month represents a breakthrough in relations between City of Miami officials and the city's Waterfront Advisory Board, says…

Lt24gtmandarin Orientals Azul Separated From Hotel Lobby

Azul, a five-star restaurant offering international cuisine, has just opened in a customized restaurant building adjacent to the new Mandarin Oriental Miami on Brickell Key.…

New County Money Puts South Dade Cultural Center Back On Track

More than half of $19.8 million set aside for neighborhood projects as part of the $255 million performing arts budget the county commission approved last week will go toward construction…

Commissioner Initiates Study Of Alternative Stadium Site

A group of residents and Miami employees headed by City Commissioner Johnny Winton are directing a financial study to determine feasibility of a new ballpark downtown on 13 acres north…

Four Neighborhood Cultural Groups Benefit From Countys Deal For Performing Arts Complex

The planned South Miami-Dade Cultural Center, Coconut Grove Playhouse, The Lyric Theater and the Caribbean Marketplace soon will be splitting a $19.8 million windfall earmarked for neighborhood facilities as part…

National Championship Can Ring Up Benefits From Tv Exposure

Miami-Dade tourism officials are betting on more than a football game in this year's NCAA championship.…

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