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Archives for April 2014
Wallet Hub ranks Miami #57 on its list of 150 best cities to start a business. Using 14 different metrics – including amount of small business lending, corporate taxes, affordability of office space and educational background of the local labor force – Wallet Hub also included three other South Florida cities: Pembroke Pines (63), Fort […]
I’m looking forward to tomorrow’s panel discussion at the recently opened Miami Center For Architecture + Design located in downtown’s Central Business District at the historic U.S. Post Office building.
New Miami restaurant, Seasalt & Pepper has been voted to OpenTable’s “2014 Hot Spot Restaurants in America” by OpenTable’s verified diners. The restaurant is located at 422 NW North River Drive in the former Howard Hughes’ former seaplane hanger along the Miami River. The Miami Herald recently reviewed Seasalt & Pepper, writing “The converted airplane hanger has been […]
The Real Deal South Florida reports that the east parcel at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way in downtown Miami is for sale. The 1.25 acre site is owned by D&P Property Holding and is located next to the Epic Hotel & Residences with frontage along the Miami River. CBRE Senior Vice President, Gerard Yetming, is quoted as […]
While air traffic patterns prevent the City of Miami from competing on any international lists of “Tallest Buildings”, we do have some lovely sky-scapers of our own. Here is a list of our 5 tallest: 1. Four Seasons Hotel & Tower: 789 feet (240 m) 2. Southeast Financial Center: 764 feet (233 m) 3. Marquis […]