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La pregunta que todo el mundo se hace es, ¿dónde está el cuerpo del fallecido cantante José José? Lo cierto es que la hija menor del ‘Príncipe de la Canción’ ofrece información escasa a sus medios hermanos Marysol y José Joel, según publicó LATimes
Por Redacción Miami Diario
Tras enterarse de la muerte de su padre, sus hijos mayores José Joel y Marysol, iniciaron una peregrinaje para saber con exactitud donde se encontraba el cuerpo del “Príncipe de la Canción”, José José.
Como se sabe, el cantante falleció este sábado 28 de septiembre en el Homestead Hospital, al sur de Florida y desde que se dio a conocer la noticia, sus dos hijos estuvieron pendientes de las informaciones que surgían tras el deceso e inmediatamente iniciaron los preparativos del viaje para encontrarse con los restos de su padre.
José Joel y Marysol arribaron a las 4 y media de la madrugada del domingo al aeropuerto de la Ciudad de México para tomar un vuelo que los llevaría directo a Miami.
José Joel habló muy poco con los medios de comunicación, que ya los estaban esperando, y agradeció las muestras de cariño que la gente les había brindado por el fallecimiento de su padre.
Señalaron que pensaban viajar a Miami ante tanta incertidumbre por conocer el paradero de los restos de su padre.
La incertidumbre era porque comentaron que desde hace varias semanas estaban incomunicados con el cantante.
Con información de: LATimes
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La entrada Todo el mundo se pregunta dónde están los restos del cantante José José se publicó primero en Miami Diario.
Industrious, a co-working provider, signed a deal for its second location in South Florida.
The firm will take nearly 30,000 square feet at Esplanade at Aventura, a mixed-use project under construction next to Aventura Mall. Seritage Growth Properties is developing the retail, restaurant and entertainment project.
The lease is one of five between Industrious and Seritage, including another in La Jolla, California, according to a press release. At Esplanade at Aventura, the co-working space provider will have shared workspaces, private offices, and a cafe. It’s expected to open in the second quarter of next year.
Esplanade at Aventura, designed by SB Architects, the Rockwell Group and Wet Design, will have tenants that include The Loyal by Michelin-starred chef John Fraser; Jarana, by Peruvian chef Gaston Acurio; Joey Restaurant; and Pinstripes, an entertainment concept with bowling and bocce.
The site, at 19505 Biscayne Boulevard, was previously home to a Sears store. In 2017, Seritage purchased 235 Sears and Kmart stores from Sears Holdings Corp. Under terms of the sale, Seritage recaptured the property, which allowed the real estate investment trust to develop the site. Seritage also settled a lawsuit in 2016 that it filed against the owners of Aventura Mall to stop the nearby shopping center’s expansion plans.
Industrious has over 85 locations in more than 45 cities in the U.S. Members have included Compass, Heineken, Humana and Zillow.
In March, Industrious announced it would take 45,000 square feet at 1111 Brickell, owned by a joint venture between KKR and Parkway Properties. The lease marked the first for Industrious in South Florida.
Co-working competitors in South Florida include Büro, Pipeline, Spaces and WeWork. On Tuesday, WeWork said it was pulling its public offering amid mounting scrutiny.
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