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TITUSVILLE — Titusville is getting a new, five-story hotel. BBL Hospitality announced it will begin construction on a new Hyatt Place hotel in the planned industrial park of Riverfront Center in Titusville, near the road leading to Kennedy Space Center and adjacent to the Boeing office facility on U.S. 1. The 118-room hotel is aimed at business and leisure travelers. The property will feature a fifth-floor private viewing room to observe rocket launches from KSC and Cape Canaveral A... read more
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Issues we will be covering in 2018, a partial list

Michael Dreyer Featured in Florida Today Article
Posted by Dreyer & Associates on December 31, 2017 in  Brevard County  Brevard Economy  Brevard Growth  Brevard News  Commercial News  Dreyer and Associates  Dreyer Commercial  Michael Dreyer  Wayne Price
So, 2017 is ending and people have mixed emotions about whether the past 365 days were good or “ehhh.” Someone explained her feelings like this: “It’s like that initial moment after crossing the finish line in a race. You’re catching your breath and probably glad it’s over. A few minutes after that you assess your performance of whether it was a good race, whether  your body aches and if you can count on that rush of endorphins to give you a runner’s high.”... read more
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If the deal for the Boeing Co. to buy or partner with Embraer SA goes through you can mark it as a blockbuster move that will reverberate through the aerospace sector, including the Space Coast. And maybe it's not all that surprising considering some of the other recent aerospace acquisitions. Airbus SE not long ago announced a deal to acquire a majority stake in a jetliner program operated by Bombardier Inc. of Canada. Bombardier is the second-largest maker of regional jets. And in September... read more
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Tourists to Space Coast love our beaches

KSC: They spend $1,500 per family while here
Posted by Dreyer & Associates on December 18, 2017 in  Brevard Housing News  Brevard Tourism  Dreyer and Associates  Florida Today  Florida Tourism
We may be the Space Coast, but tourism is a big part of our economy, too. And new research shows just how big. A Florida Institute of Technology survey of 519 travel parties from the United States that stayed at a Brevard County hotel or other short-term rental showed that a typical family spent about $1,500 while here at hotels, restaurants, attractions, retail stores, gas stations and other places. Tourists were particularly fond of beach activities and venues, as well as the ... read more
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These Thanksgiving lists are never complete or as encompassing as they should be. But here it goes, in no particular order. When it comes to the Space Coast economic scene, let's be thankful for: A strong labor market. Unemployment is at 3.5 percent. Nearly 260,000 people are working in our county. Some will say those are mostly lower-wage, service jobs. OK. But would you rather have the jobs or not? Let's be thankful the rate isn't 13.5 percent.  A healthy housing market. The late... read more
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