Broward Sets Hearing On Medical Marijuana Shops

Commissioners set a March 14 public hearing where a final decision will be made on dispensaries allowed on a tiny sliver of the county, the unincorporated areas. All other parts of Broward will be represented by city governments. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Broward Takes First Steps Toward ‘Downtown West’

In the coming 20 years, the county intends to fill in the grassy blanks on 143 acres of public land on the edge of the Everglades in Sunrise with Downtown West, a mix that could include condos, stores, restaurants, offices, maybe even a casino. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Canadian Drug Firm Buys Miramar Warehouse For $50 Million

The pace of industrial-space absorption in Broward during last year’s fourth quarter was the fastest in a decade and supported “skyrocketing” lease rates. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Pompano May Turn Blighted Inland Area Into A Waterfront Urban Oasis

City officials say they plan to build a set of canals in a kind of project never before seen in Florida. And once it is complete, they hope that high-density housing, hotels, restaurants and stores will then be built around it. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Port Of Palm Beach, Cuba Officials To Meet Friday To Sign Agreement

An important step toward once again ramping up trade with the island nation is scheduled to take place with a delegation from the National Port of Administration of Cuba and Port of Palm Beach officials. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Boynton Beach Medical Building Commands $14.8M

Cleveland-based Woodside Health bought the 50,000-square-foot medical office building which closed at $296 per square foot. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

CRE Florida Partners Represents Investor In IRC 1031 Exchange Of Pompano Beach, Oakland Park Industrial Real Estate

Senior Managing Partner Michael Rauch represented the buyer in the sale of the free-standing industrial building with a 1-acre adjacent outside storage yard. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Changes On County Commission Could Signal New Approach To Development

Agricultural Reserve Palm Beach County 2

The party might not be over – lots of approved projects have not yet been built – but the cover charge appears to be on the rise. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Marine Trade Group Gets OK For Foreign Trade Zone In Fort Lauderdale

A new marine industry has gotten the green light to take off to create a 16-site foreign trade subzone, the first of its kind in the United States. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Fla. Firm Leaders Bullish on 2017; Eyes on Real Estate, Corporate Work

According to a recent survey which collected responses from 56 law firms in the Miami region, leaders and administrators are largely optimistic about their firms going into 2017 and expect to see growth. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Jaime H. Godoy Joins CRE Florida Partners To Expand Commercial Investment Brokerage

Jaime H. Godoy

“Jaime will be critical to expanding our firm’s Commercial Investment team throughout the tri-county areas in South Florida,” commented Rauch. “We are excited to have him as a member of our real estate family.” CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Developers Could Lease Port Land For New Logistics Center

Port Everglades International Logistics Center LLC could build a warehouse of about 250,000 square feet with an attached office building on a 16.7-acre site west of McIntosh Road. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE