The South Florida Regional Transportation Authority announced the location for Boca Raton’s second Tri-Rail station, which will be on Military Trail and Northwest 19th Street, the previous site of King’s Gourmet Deli.
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WEST PALM BEACH, FL, June 28, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — It won’t be long now before residents of Palm Beach Gardens get to enjoy the legendary tastes of award-winning fast-casual restaurant, The Great Greek Mediterranean Grill, which officially broke ground on its future location at 11290 Legacy Avenue. The Great Greek brand is part of United Franchise Group (UFG), The Global Leader for Entrepreneurs, headquartered in West Palm Beach, Florida.
A vacant office building in Boca Raton’s Park at Broken Sound was sold for $13 million and will become the new headquarters of StateTrust Group, which is currently based in Miami.
Hair Club, the omnipresent hair restoration and replacement company, is expanding its North American corporate headquarters to a four-story office building in Boca Raton.
Popular burger chain BurgerFi has opened its first Boca Raton location in the Boardwalk Shopping Plaza on Powerline Road and Southwest 18th Street.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Lisa Salcedo, has opened an office in the Boca Palm Professional Plaza to serve individuals, couples and families struggling with anxiety, transitions and parenting issues.
As Brightline’s President and Chief Operating Officer, Patrick Goddard led the company as its trains began carrying commuters between West Palm Beach and Miami this year — a milestone that marked the first time in 50 years that the Florida East Coast Railway tracks have been used to shuttle passengers.
Randi Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media, is bringing the family-friendly, tech-infused Sue’s Tech Kitchen (STK) to Palm Beach Gardens. Zuckerberg will personally attend the event on Friday, July 20, to celebrate the launch of the three-day pop-up.
Florida Power & Light just paid $10 million for a 400-acre site in the western edge of Palm Beach County that it is proposing to use for a solar farm.
The Internet of things (IoT) – smartphones, vehicles, smart buildings, home appliances and other devices that use electronics, software and sensors – have transformed the way people around the world live and work. But not without risks. Data breaches and cyberattacks affect millions of businesses and households each year, hindering the integrity of critical systems, leaking private information and paralyzing Internet infrastructures.