October 21, 2019

Southeast Florida Roundup

'Cleaning up' in Taramac and news from Southeast Florida

Mike Vogel | 1/25/2019

The Boca Raton Museum of Art through March 24 hosts “Imagining Florida: History and Myth in the Sunshine State,”; Coconut Grove developer Eden Multi-family plans to replace a Tamarac shopping center with a 212-unit apartment project called Eden West; Plantation-based augmented reality company Magic Leap offered grants of up to $500,000 to software developers creating content for its computing platform; Palm Beach State College, using $800,000 from the Legislature, opened a Veterans Success Center on its Lake Worth campus.

Also featured in this article are business briefs and people in the news: Eden Multifamily; Jay Jacobson; Housing Trust Group; Randall Vitale; Centerfield Media Holding; Oasis Outsourcing; PuroClean; Steve White

 

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