A local non-profit stepped in to the national spotlight when top notch designers from Lifetime TV’s “Designing Spaces” moved in for a makeover. The agency, Kids In Distress, is well known as a haven for families in Broward County going through tough times.
Since it first opened in 1995 under hotelier Ian Schrager, the Delano has maintained its uber-cool reputation, but now the hotel is getting an even greater facelift.
Special moments shared with family are not taken for granted by Joseph McKeon after having served as a soldier in Iraq for a year.
The Ultimate Makeovers Contest in Broward County has changed lives. A group of doctors and stylists came together to offer free surgery to people who otherwise couldn’t afford it. CBS4′s Cynthia Demos got to tell the woman who won and see the makeover through.
You’ve heard all about hoarders. Well, there’s a growing group of people doing exactly the opposite…they’re purging their property as a way to eliminate stress by simplifying their lives.
The Miami Beach Botanical Garden will have a new look by fall 2011. That’s because the garden is getting a multimillion dollar makeover.
Because the Miami Heat are winning, one local school is also basking in the glory.
The Burger King mascot is being dethroned as the world’s second-largest burger chain takes on sweeping changes to attract new clientele.
Las Olas Riverfront, the ambitious waterside development that became a virtual ghost town, will have a new look and is set for a comeback after it was recently sold to investors.
The main drag in Coral Gables, Miracle Mile, is poised to undergo a major makeover. But the news is getting mixed reactions from residents.