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January 16, 2019

Mike Vogel

Florida Trend South Florida Editor • mvogel@floridatrend.com

Mike Vogel
Mike Vogel

Mike Vogel has reported and written about business in Florida for more than 20 years. He works from Broward County. He is a graduate of West Virginia University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and, prior to joining Florida Trend in 1999, worked for newspapers in southeast Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Articles by Vogel:

I don't think there's a person in the industry today who doesn't feel like we had a pretty good run...
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Training Cardiac Specialists
With its first university-sponsored fellowship last year, Florida Atlantic University's med school chose to train cardiovascular specialists.
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Expansion spree: Cleveland Clinic is opening new facilities and buying others
Thirty years after moving beyond its Midwest base and founding a Florida outpost, Cleveland Clinic has taken a giant leap here this year with a round of acquisitions and expansions that will take it from 155 beds in Weston to 1,058 beds across five Southeast Florida hospitals and a geographic range eclipsing that of its Ohio home.
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Florida's water future: Where is it going? Where will it come from?
Florida's problem isn't a lack of water, but where it is, how it's used, where it gets dumped when we're through with it, and how much it will cost by 2035 to satisfy farms, 5 million new Floridians — and the needs of the environment.
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Brightline Passenger Train: Floridian of the Year
Private passenger rail is back in Florida. Once upon a time, private passenger rail helped create modern Florida. This year, it began reshaping Florida again, with the state emerging as a national rail leader thanks to the Brightline passenger train. Brightline began service between Miami and West Palm Beach, started construction on the leg to Orlando and broached the idea of extending the line on to Tampa.
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Growing to Compete: Hospitals undergo renovations and expansions
As hospitals search for the scale to be economically viable, expansions are under way throughout Southeast Florida.
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Fort Lauderdale's Skyline Identity
Ken Stiles looks to expand his firm's considerable legacy.
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Pensacola's Accidental Developer
A former hospital executive wants to connect Pensacola with its waterfront.
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Finally, Progress in Jacksonville's Downtown Developments
Two projects may create momentum behind redeveloping the city's long-moribund downtown.
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Rethinking the Future of Downtown West Palm Beach
Billionaire Jeff Greene's political aspirations fell apart again this year with his loss in the Democratic primary for governor. The question now is whether he'll shift his focus to the hundreds of millions of dollars in vacant land and other real estate he owns in West Palm Beach.
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