The Prospector June 2006
PROCACCI BREAKS GROUND WITH CLASS "A" OFFICE SPACE HURRICANE RESISTANT TO 185 MILES PER HOUR
Not only is South Florida an ideal climate with its sunshine and warm weather, but the Palm Beach County offi ce market has continued to tighten over the past 24 months, as vacancy rates in downtown are reportedly reaching single digits. The West Palm Beach offi ce submarket has not seen signifi cant new construction in nearly fi ve years, helping to propel its already low vacancy rates even further. As a result, West Palm Beach has become a thriving corporate environment ready to Read more…
The South Florida Business Journal June 27, 2006
Out of 10 markets AT&T said it surveyed for a national study on business continuity planning, the telecom giant said Miami businesses are best prepared to recover from disasters.
AT&T (NYSE: T) said the results were not surprising after two years of extreme hurricane activity.
Of the city's information technology decision-makers surveyed, AT&T said 80 percent said their business has a continuity plan in place, compared with 73 percent nationally.
The company also said 54 percent of the respondents with a plan said their plans have been updated in the last six months and 36 percent said their plans have been tested in Read more…