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- An even more Sublime (Miami Herald)
Sublime, South Florida's destination for vegan fine dining, plans to reopen next month with a piano in the bar and other updates. Sidelined since Hurricane Wilma damaged its roof in October, the restaurant ''will be a little more fun-oriented'' in its new incarnation, says co-owner Nanci Alexander, who has teamed up with a new business partner, Steven Sponder.
- Local real estate firms vie for Town and Country Trust (BizJournals)
Two real estate investment firms from Greater Boston are engaged in a three-way bidding war for an owner of apartments in the mid-Atlantic region.
- Trump Hollywood Florida Real Estate, Tips for Investors (PR Web)
Trump Hollywood Florida is the latest Trump project in South Florida. This article will address Hollywood Florida as a city to invest and how Trump Hollywood Florida addition will impact the city as well as tips for investors considering the project. [PRWEB Feb 10, 2006]
- Avisena Named Health Services Business of the Year by South Florida Business Journal (SYS-CON Media)
Avisena was honored with the prestigious 2006 Business of the Year Award for the Health Services category by the South Florida Business Journal.
- The Beacon Council and Enterprise Florida Will Host Spanish Real Estate, Development Executives (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
MIAMI----Feb. 9, 2006--The Beacon Council, Miami-Dade County's official economic development partnership, and Enterprise Florida, Inc. will be hosting an inbound delegation of prominent Spanish real estate and development executives for a two-day showcase of Miami-Dade County.
- Mobile Homes at a Crossroads (Los Angeles Times)
Amid a Florida real estate boom, parks are being bulldozed. But some residents find they have no place to go.
- South Florida Briefs (Miami Herald)
State seeks extension for Medicaid program Because the new Medicare drug plan is still undergoing a chaotic transition, Florida officials requested an extension of a waiver from Washington so that they could continue to provide needed drugs to the poor, disabled and mentally ill who used to receive their prescriptions through Medicaid.
- Real Estate Latecomers May Have Tough Road Ahead (Real Estate News)
RISMEDIA, Feb. 15 ? (KRT) ? When Brandon Realtor Connie Johnson hosted an orientation for prospective Tampa Bay area Realtors last month, she gazed into a mass of 165 freshly licensed agents hungry for advice.
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