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Arts Center Seeking Parking Spaces From School Board

The School Board of Miami-Dade County could agree next month to supply the Miami Performing Arts Center about 1,000 parking spaces.…

Chamber Turns The Corner With 1 Million In Bank

After years of financial uncertainty, the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is on target to meet its budget of more than $5 million when its fiscal year ends June 30,…

Chinese Ships To Dock At Port Of Miami

As many as seven ships from the Far East will dock at the Port of Miami each week when another service begins at the end of this month.…

Bank Puts Moratorium On Mortgages For Downtown Miami Condos

An area bank has told lenders to pull the plug on mortgage lending for condo units in downtown Miami via an internal document circulated last month.…

Camillus Houseum Land Deal Expected In Summer

Camillus House should be able to complete its land-swap deal with the University of Miami this summer, once the homeless charity clears a few further hurdles.…

Gables Chamber Names Committee To Find New Ceo

The Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce has established a search committee to find a replacement for President and CEO Lettie Bien, who resigned last week, citing conflicts with the board…

County Lures Ojeda From Retirement To Run Trade Center

The next leader of Miami-Dade County's global trade agency has nine months to justify the organization's existence.…

Colonial Names Valdesfauli Regional President

Colonial Bank has named Raul Valdes-Fauli president of its Miami-Dade operations.…

Arts Center Head Accepts Blame For Delay In Loan Proposal

The chairman of the Miami Performing Arts Center resolved to succeed when a request to defer payment of $20 million to Miami-Dade County returns to the county commission April 25.…

Tennis Tourney To Be Subject Of Economicimpact Study

The NASDAQ-100 Open tennis tournament, which got under way in Miami this week, is to be the subject of an economic impact study for the first time in a decade.…

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