But BellSouth is reported to be reviewing a concept that couldsqueeze private builders off the turf. The concept involvesdevelopment of high-speed node access points at multiple SouthFlorida locations. BellSouth will announce its plans Aug. 7.

Meanwhile, Terremark Worldwide plans to develop TechnologyCenter, a 700,000-sf facility in Downtown Miami's Park Westsection, while ABR plans an 830,000-sf telecom, office and retailcomplex on a downtown parking lot. Other planned telecom complexesare at the former Omni International Mall in Miami and in DowntownWest Palm Beach.

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