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Miami developer drops out again, CBRE offers to negotiate with Studers the day the deal fell apart

On July 23, CBRE sent former Chief Operations Officer Tamara Fountain an update of its efforts on marketing the Community Maritime Park. The Miami developer,…

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Posted in Pensacola

Another messy triangle: Mayor-CBRE-CMPA

Who has the rights to market the parcels at the Vince Whibbs, Sr. Community Maritime Park? Hayward’s Chief Operations Officer Tamara Fountain has told the…

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Did the mayor tell CBRE it is no longer the realtor for maritime park?

COO Tamara Fountain said the CBRE no longer has the contract to market the parcels at the Community Maritime Park. The contract expired in February….

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Posted in Business Pensacola

Status of Maritime Park, Post-Studers

What’s next for the Community Maritime Park? Several questions need to be answered before the city puts the parcels back on the market. 1. Who…

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Council gives Studers what they said did not want

Quint Studer yesterday stood before the Pensacola City Council and told them that he and his wife didn’t want the city council to take parcels…

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Missing pieces to MCM-BAP MOU puzzle

A few more odd points concerning the MCM-BAP MOU: 1) The cover letter is on MCM-BAP letterhead but addressed to Willy A. Bermello of Bermello…

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Mayor says separation of CMPA executive director a mutual decision

Pensacola Mayor Ashton Hayward appeared this morning on the “Morning Show” on News Talk 1370 WCOA. Jim Sanborn, co-host of the show, asked the mayor…

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Mayor Hayward further clarifies CBRE position, cuts fee by $1M

We received this email from the mayor’s office. Rather than hold a press conference, Mayor Hayward prefers communicating through press releases. Once again, he vouched…

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Mayor voices his opinion on CBRE with late night memo

A little before 7:30 p.m., City COO Tamara Fountain sent to the Pensacola City Council an email with several attachments regarding the CBRE and the…

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