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Scripps & UF working on Deal That Could Bring More High-End Jobs to South Florida
More jobs and biomedical opportunities could be coming to Palm Beach County as part of a potential partnership between Scripps Research and the University of Florida.
The two organizations announced they’re in preliminary discussions, which could bolster Scripps’ 30-acre campus in Jupiter. If the deal goes through, UF would integrate the research wing of its academic health center with the biomedical research company.
The university’s support could be a potential boon for Palm Beach County. Scripps Florida, which employs about 500 people at its 40 faculty-led laboratories in Jupiter, received $117 million in research funding last year, according to a
Scott Ferguson - Your North Palm Beach County Specialist & More
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"Scott Ferguson of Sutter & Nugent Real Estate, based in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida is a 19-year residential real estate veteran. Scott’s motto is to serve and to be selfless, making sure every single client gets the ‘Ritz Carlton’ service they deserve. Growing up in suburban Detroit area, Scott enlisted in the United States Navy in 1990 and served a total of 5 years. Doing 6 tours, with operations in Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Somalia, Kuwait and Dubai. Scott recognizes that for over 86% of the US population their ‘home’ is their biggest investment, not only from a financial standpoint, but from an emotional one as well. And he feels
1100 Marine A1R Way W, North Palm Beach: Views From Every Room
3 BR | 3 BA | 2,801 SQ FT | $1,195,000
Highly sought after Harbor Village, Ground floor home on the Marina, oversized with 3 en-suites plus a den & great room completely renovated including impact glass. Feels like a single family ranch style.Situated on the end of the Cul-De-Sac on point lot closest to open water & green space. Covered parking space + two open spaces. Travertine Marble floors throughout the inside plus Marble pavers on front wrap around patio on Marina & private lush backyard patio.
Kitchen has custom wood soft close cabinets, beautiful 3D granite counter tops, 2 wine coolers, snack bar and open to den and great room with elegant wet bar. Wide open floor
Palm Beach Symphony Returns to Full Performances in November
The Palm Beach Symphony will take the stage on Nov. 7 to debut its new 2021-22 season to a full audience. The last concert of the current season scheduled for Saturday, will be dedicated to the organization's board president Dale Archer McNulty who passed away last month. (Damon Higgins/The Palm Beach Daily News)
After more than a year of limited audience capacity, the Palm Beach Symphony will debut a new season in November to a full house at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts.
The new season of Masterworks Series concerts, which runs Nov. 7 through April 10, includes performances by pianists Hélène Grimaud and Yefim Bronfman,Maria João Pires, violinist Midori and clarinetist Jon
Taylor Gooley - Your West Palm Beach Specialist & More
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"Taylor was raised in North Palm Beach where he attended the Benjamin School, after which he went on to Florida State University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in International Affairs. After spending several years in North Carolina working for Young Life, Taylor and his family came home to Palm Beach County in 2017.
Taylor is one of seven children in a family that has been engaged in the local community for decades, allowing him to build a sprawling network of friends and associates throughout Palm Beach County. Through his network Taylor has gained unique insight and access to various real estate opportunities throughout the area. In his free
19870 Meadowside Lane, Boca Raton: Crown Jewel of Berkeley
5 BR | 5.1 BA | 5,003 SQ FT | $2,695,000
Once in a lifetime opportunity to own the CROWN JEWEL of Berkeley by GL Homes, masterfully constructed in 2019. This Malibu custom floor-plan by GL is exclusive to this address, making it truly one-of-a-kind. Every detail of the original construction was scrutinized and meticulously executed. Upon completion, and over the course of the following year, an additional $800K went into enhancing this Trophy Property to a caliber that remains completely unrivaled.
The breathtaking first-floor primary suite is one of 5 ensuite bedrooms, ensuring privacy throughout over 5,000 SqFt of luxurious light-and-bright living space, which boasts 5.5
Palm Beaches Restaurant Week Will Highlight Restaurants Worth a Road Trip
The Palm Beaches Restaurant Week kicks off Monday, August 16, 2021.
Move over, Miami Spice.
Palm Beach County will launch its very own restaurant week, making it the perfect excuse to hop on the Tri-Rail or organize an impromptu road trip to experience the plethora of South Florida dining options to the north.
This summer, the first annual Palm Beaches Restaurant Week will run from Monday, August 16 to Tuesday, August 31, 2021.
Encompassing 39 municipalities from Jupiter and Tequesta south to Delray Beach and Boca Raton, the countywide event features more than 70 participating restaurants, offering visitors and local foodies alike the opportunity to sample the best dining the
Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens: Unwind & Relax
The museum holds over 7,000 Japanese art objects and artifacts, including a 500-piece collection of tea ceremony items.
Their mission at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is to engage a diverse audience by presenting Japanese cultural experiences that educate and inspire.
"Since opening in 1977, Morikami has been a center for Japanese arts and culture in South Florida. With rotating exhibitions, tea ceremonies performed monthly (October through May) in the Seishin-an tea house, educational outreach programs with local schools and organizations, and Japanese traditional festivals celebrated for the public several times a year, Morikami strives to spread appreciation for the living culture of