Toys R Us’ Liquidation Will Send Ripples

What happens to the toy makers? What happens to the real estate? What happens to the brand? Not to mention to the impact on more than 30,000 Toys R Us U.S. workers. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

The Next Big Trends In Industrial

What are the top industrial capital-markets trends anticipated for 2018? For insight from an expert who oversees Colliers’ institutional industrial investment platform for the West Coast, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance Returns From Nashville With New Ideas For Job Creation

Following a similar trip to Austin, Texas last year to gain a better understanding of how cities are attracting companies and fostering economic growth, 80 members of the Fort Lauderdale business community just returned from Nashvile. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Old Warehouses Getting New Life As Offices In South Florida

Some companies are shunning office high rises in favor of old warehouses where space can be repurposed on a moment’s notice. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Billionaire Richard Branson’s Cruise Line To Create Hundreds Of Jobs In Broward County

With expectations to employ 300 employees by 2021, the headquarters-expansion deal was made possible through partnerships between the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance, city of Plantation officials, Broward County and the state of Florida. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

South Florida’s Boatmakers Hope To Ride Wave Of Prosperity

If economic indicators remain favorable to the recreational boating market with strong consumer confidence, a healthy housing market, rising disposable income and consumer spending, and low interest rates, the outlook is good for boat sales. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Florida Senate Approves $100 Million for Land Conservation

The unanimously approved Senate bill will ensure the money dedicated to the Florida Forever program will be strictly for land acquisition and preservation. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Developer Set To Buy Land For $168M Coral Springs Mixed-Use Project

The development would be part of the city government’s vision of a new downtown district in Coral Springs. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Medical Marijuana Firm Sold In $43 Million Deal

Amid expectations that the industry will explode, a New York-based company purchased a Central Florida pot operation with plans to open a dispensary in Palm Beach County later this year. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

CRE Florida Partners Closes On Deerfield Beach Industrial Sale

Co-Founder and Senior Managing Partner Tom Robertson represented the leasing and sale interests for the industrial property at 3411 SW 11th Street since 2002, another example of how the firm handles long term relationships with clients, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Wellington To Make Final Decision On Medical Pot Dispensaries

If the proposed changes are approved, Wellington would be the first municipality in Palm Beach County to change its pharmacy zoning to determine where medical marijuana dispensaries may be built. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Strong Economy Sets Stage For More Growth In Palm Beach County In 2018

The county’s economy is expected to continue its strong growth, as the year wrapped up with a still-booming real estate market, combined with continued business growth in the area. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE