The Joe Sitt real estate industry has played a major role in the development of New York City and its environs. New York which is a rather old city has started to show aging on some of the infrastructure and buildings.
The American Repertory Theatre held this year’s gala event on Monday, February 27, 2017 at the Boch Center Wang Theatre in Boston, MA. This year’s annual gala raised a record breaking $1.3M to fund education, art, and community. There were close to 500 supporters from the Boston, New York, and Los Angeles areas attending the […]
The Miami Design District is a hotbed of creativity and luxury experiences but it was not always like this. The area was once abandoned and had fallen into disrepair until real estate developer Craig Robins stepped in and decided that the area had a lot potential. Craig Robins is the chief executive officer and president of a real estate company that is known as Dacra. Through Dacra he instituted an extensive real estate development initiative that helped to transform the Miami Design District from an overlooked part of Miami into a must-see destination for any travelers that make their way to Miami. Today the Miami Design District has over 70 art galleries and often plays host for events that are connected to the annual global art fair that takes place in Miami that is known as Art Basel.
As the 2017-2018 school year officially gets underway, Alixe Callen, the 12th Head of St. George’s School and the first woman to lead the school, welcomed the new students to the coeducational boarding and day school.
The newly appointed Callen, who was selected from more than 150 candidates, told the students she would encourage them to challenge themselves by not only asking questions but by taking risks and having the confidence the community will be there for them.
Three artists originating from Dubai; Hesam Rahmanian, Ramin Haerizadeh, and Rokni Haerizadeh created a unique work of art for the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi exhibition.
The Design District, a planned development that was previously referred to as Bueno Vista has both a rich history filled with ups and downs. The old Design District mostly contained low-rise warehouses. Bueno Vista was a flourishing neighborhood in the 1920s and enjoyed as much of the property boom as anywhere else. The area was […]
Two decades or so ago criminal prosecution for corporations changed. Instead of striving to prove criminal intent and secure guilty verdicts in a jury trial, the Department of Justice (DOJ) moved toward a more expedient system of criminal investigation and prosecution by instituting the Non-Prosecution Agreement (NPA) and Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) resolution methodology. The […]
The Miami-Buena Vista Florida area is growing and developing in ways that eclipsed what was previously thought to be possible. It has attracted the likes of many tourists. Including some of those, whose fame causes paparazzi to line the streets outside of the venues they are patronizing. On any given night you can dine near […]
The Loyola Greyhounds look towards the upcoming season with a new offensive coordinator in Marc Van Arsdale. Offensive coordinator Ryan Moran left last season to join UMBC’s team. Van Arsdale had one season left in his contract with Virginia, but decided since the school was already recruiting a new head coach and offensive coordinator it was […]
Buena Vista was known to be a small village with a grand history for Miami. Initially, it was a small neighborhood; despite this, there was a railroad in the background that placed it on the map as a significant part of Miami City. The unique state of the art décor has been maintained since the […]