Pineapple Jam Raises $31,000 for Historic Stranahan House Museum
Proceeds support the House’s preservation and education programs all year long
The Historic Stranahan House Museum’s annual Pineapple Jam generated more than $31,000 for Stranahan House, Broward County’s oldest home and the birthplace of Fort Lauderdale. Reimagined this year as a “Party in Paradise for Preservation,” Pineapple Jam raised funds crucial to supporting the House’s preservation and education programs all year long.
The event was chaired by Maggie Gunther of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance and Stranahan House Executive Director April Kirk, who welcomed approximately 200 guests dressed in their finest tropical attire for the signature fundraiser and celebration of the community’s past and future.
Presented by TrippScott, the exciting evening included delectable Floribbean cuisine from Chef Hector of Sidecar Kitchen, a premium open bar with featured spirits Broker’s Gin and 360 Vodka, a wine bar provided by Ocean Wine & Spirits, live music by Jimmy Stowe and the Stowaways, and a silent auction offering exclusive items, experiences, and jewelry courtesy of Carroll’s Jewelers. Each guest also took home a sweet treat provided by Hoffman’s Chocolates.
“We are incredibly thankful to all of our sponsors, supporters, guests and the community for contributing to the success of this year’s Pineapple Jam,” Kirk said. “We couldn’t have asked for a better turnout and response to the ‘new’ Pineapple Jam. It was definitely a one-of-a-kind ‘Party in Paradise for Preservation!’”
Sponsors include EDSA, Wells Fargo, C. Davis Electric, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance, Northern Trust, Hotwire Communications, Realtors of the Palm Beaches and Greater Fort Lauderdale, 360 Vodka, Sidecar Kitchen, Broker’s London Dry Gin, Hoffman’s Chocolates, Carroll’s Jewelers, Ocean Wine & Spirits, Xtreme Action Park, Lilly Pulitzer, J. McLaughlin and Atlantic Litho.
Additional support was provided by Ashley Boxer and Mike Lessne, Sandy and Wynne Casteel, Doris Cotnoir, Fertig & Gramling, Alyse and Mike Gossman, Maggie Gunther, Pat and Norm Kublin and the entire Stranahan House Board of Directors. Fort Lauderdale Media Associates and its magazines, Las Olas Boulevard & Isles, Rio Vista & Fort Lauderdale Harbors and Harbor Beach, served as the media sponsor.
For more information about the Historic Stranahan House Museum, visit www.stranahanhouse.org.
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Getting to and from the Miami Yacht Show will be easier than ever before with this year's convenient network of parking and transportation options. Set to take place Feb 15th - 19th 2018 along Collins Avenue and the Indian Creek Waterway from 41st Street to 54th Street, the show will offer multiple parking options and shuttles, plus transportation to and from the Miami International Boat Show on Virginia Key. The two separate boat shows - one on Miami Beach and the other on Virginia Key - take place concurrently each year during President's Day weekend.
The Miami Yacht Show also features Superyacht Miami, a display of superyachts at Island Gardens Deep Harbour on Watson Island, accessible from I-395/MacArthur Causeway. Admission to this superyacht exhibition must be arranged by appointment through yacht brokers.
Shuttle Bus Transportation
Bus stops 2 and 4 go to and from the 67th street garage. Bus stops 1, 3 and 5 go to and from the 42nd street garage and to the Miami International Boat Show.
Signage will direct attendees to parking garages and free shuttle bus locations, both of which will operate Thursday through Monday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Shuttle service is available for VIP ticket holders to Superyacht Miami at Island Gardens Deep Harbour and to Watches & Wonders in the Miami Design District. The Island Gardens Deep Harbour shuttle runs from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Watches & Wonders shuttle runs from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday.
Valet Parking, Taxis, Uber and Lyft
Valet parking is available Thursday February 15th through Sunday, February 19th, from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. (6 p.m. on Monday)) at 46th Street and Collins Avenue on the east side of the street at the daily rate of $60. Taxi, Uber and Lyft service is also located at 46th Street and Collins Avenue.
Free Water Taxi
A free water taxi service will be available within the Miami Yacht Show boundaries.
Getting from the Miami Yacht Show to the Miami International Boat Show
Bus transportation from the Miami Yacht Show to the Miami International Boat Show will run from bus stops 1, 3 and 5, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
Daily Boat Show Daily Parking Rates:
67th Street Garage
6625 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach 33141
42nd Street Garage
4166 Royal Palm Ave, Miami Beach 33139
Miami Yacht Show Takes VIP Experience to New Heights in 2018
Private dining, open bar and special showcases in climate- controlled waterfront lounge offer new dimension of luxury, comfort and convenience
The annual Miami Yacht Show, known by yachting enthusiasts worldwide as the luxury in-water exhibition during Miami's annual boat show week each February, has announced a new VIP Experience for the 2018 event with amenities designed to make the show even more extraordinary for its discerning attendees and exhibitors. SAIL-ON-2-READ-MORE>>>
The e-commerce boom is expected to make big waves in 2018 as 33 percent of survey respondents believe the warehouse/industrial sector will have the highest returns this year, and 48 percent believe that retail will have the lowest returns. “The expected industrial growth is consistent with the enormous activity we are currently seeing in the e-commerce marketplace,” said Jeffrey R. Margolis, partner at Berger Singerman and co-manager of Berger Singerman’s Business, Finance and Tax Team. “There is a greater need for warehouses to store products that people purchase online with expectations that they will be delivered in two days (or less).”
“In addition to companies needing warehouse space for storage, our real estate group has seen many businesses purchasing industrial space instead of leasing it, and converting the space into open offices, said Marc Stephen Shuster, partner and co-manager of Berger Singerman’s Business, Finance and Tax Team. “We can expect to see areas that offer flex spaces like Weston, Aventura, Wynwood and Homestead prosper in 2018.”
Results from the survey show that 31 percent of local real estate professionals expect 2018 will be even more successful than 2017. However, optimism was higher last year with more than half of respondents expecting 2017 to be more fruitful than 2016. Confidence in the market for 2018 was sparked by the improvements in the U.S. economy with 42 of respondents citing it as the primary reason.
“The new tax law is expected to be positive for the real estate market,” said Barry D. Lapides, partner at Berger Singerman and member of the firm’s Business, Finance and Tax Team. “Local developers are upbeat about the new law and its benefits for real estate developers, as well as the anticipation that it will bring back more funds to the U.S. and potentially bring new residents to the sunshine state.”
While overall results reinforce confidence, the survey reveals there is still concern over the uncertainty of governmental policies and oversupply, as a noteworthy 62 percent reported those two matters as the most pressing issues facing the South Florida real estate market.
Other key findings include:
69 percent of respondents believe foreign investment in South Florida will remain at 2017 levels or increase, which is up from 63 percent last year despite the new administration’s trade and immigration policies.
61 percent of respondents indicate that the biggest impact of hurricanes are increased building costs.
51 percent of respondents describe the 2018 South Florida real estate market as “competitive”, while 34 percent would use the term “cautious.”
The survey from Berger Singerman, conducted during November and December 2017, polled South Florida’s real estate industry, including developers, investors, brokers, and executives from financial institutions and investment groups across all segments of the real estate industry.
Florida Football Fans Travel To Boston Yet Disappointed with Loss
Jan 22st 2018
South Florida Magazine
The Jaguars played hard and had a close game and ended up losing 24 to 20 against the team that many consider the greatest in the NFL - the New England Patriots. Playoff games are tough when they are not on your own field. Every play counts and the fighters scratch, bite and claw for more of the green gridiron. Jaxson DeVille and fans thought for sure they had this one in the bag as they were ahead 12 to 10 in the beginning of the forth quarter. Some fans disagreed with some of the calls that the refs made including unnecessary roughness and pass interference. It is quite possible that without those calls the Jags would have went on to a victory but as they say in the NFL - "one any given Sunday"
The New England Patriots now advance to the Super Bowl in Minneapolis, MN to take on the Philadelphia Eagles who ended up beating the MN Vikings in the NFC Chapionship game.
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