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Open for Business: Offices that work. Businesses are breaking down walls and clearing out cubicles to create more productive workplaces.
Album ID: 1754710
Downtown Doral takes shape, 2013
In the western outskirts of Miami-Dade County, a sophisticated new urban center is taking shape, complete with several luxury condominium towers, townhouses, apartments, office buildings, shops, restaurants, a charter school, a park with a public art pavilion and a government center.
Album ID: 1746966
Château Group Stepping out - and up
Manuel Grosskopf and his father Sergio Grosskopf have quietly been helping finance major real estate developments in Miami.
Album ID: 1741288
Giant Motors sold as life on the Beach changes
For six decades, drivers with dings and dents on their Beemers and Benzes gravitated to Giant Motors Auto Paint & Paint in Miami Beach. Now Richard May has sold it to a developer and plans a life of retirement.
Album ID: 1721528
FPL demolishes smokestacks at Port Everglades
Four 350-foot smokestacks and four hulking steel boiler buildings fell to 450 pounds of explosives July 16, 2013 at the Florida Power & Light facility at Port Everglades. The oil fired boilers there first went on line in 1960. The plant was to be replaced by one burning natural gas.
Album ID: 1716350
Norwegian's breakaway moment, 2013
Norwegian Cruise Line President and CEO Kevin Sheehan has resolved long-standing problems, instituted a new corporate climate, placed a fresh focus on travel agent ties, taken the company public and launched a new class of ships since taking the helm in 2008.
Album ID: 1670971
Their business is protecting business from hurricanes
If your business is looking for the ultimate protection against hurricane damage, a Miami-based company, American Business Continuity Domes, can build you a steel-reinforced concrete dome it says can survive winds of more than 250 miles per hour. And earthquake. And water. And fire.
Album ID: 1676849
Spongers at work, 1988
The country has changed, but the craft remains the same. Fernando Quintero began sculpting sponges for Arellano Bros. Inc. 60 years ago in the small Cuban village of Batabana.
Album ID: 1647498
Runyon's restaurant, a special place
Those in the know would not clink champagne glasses anyplace but Runyon's restaurant in Coral Springs, the upscale eatery that has served the rich, famous and fashionable for more than 20 years. At Runyon's, the environment is as important as the entrees, a Miami Herald writer wrote.
Album ID: 1638828
Bea Pila, local designer with an eye for detail
Designer Bea Pila is known for pulling together styles, materials and odd finds so that homes reflect the personality of their owners. Pila is the doyenne of details; in her Coconut Grove home and in the homes of clients through her B. Pila Design Studio.