UNIVERSITY PARK -- Trendy women's clothing store Cache is adding to the lineup of stores for the Mall at University Town Center.
Cache filed for its building permit application Tuesday for a store inside the mall. The New York-based company operates about 240 stores offering evening wear, sportswear, prom dresses and accessories.
Cache also has a store inside the Westfield Southgate mall in Sarasota as well as International Plaza in Tampa.
The two-level, 880,000-square-foot mall is expected to open Oct. 16 off of Cattlemen Road and University Parkway. Anchors include Dillard's, Macy's, Saks Fifth Avenue plus Apple, Crate & Barrel and H&M plus 100 stores and restaurants.
Murray Homes to build in The Lake Club at LWR
LAKEWOOD RANCH -- Murray Homes, a Sarasota-based homebuilder, plans to build in The Lake Club at Lakewood Ranch.
The builder's first British West Indies-style model is expected to be completed in spring 2015. The style selected was based on market studies.
The homes reflect a middle ground between traditional and contemporary, according to the builder. The British West Indies- style architecture creates a casual yet elegant open island style home.
Mote Marine named one of top U.S. aquariums
SARASOTA -- TripAdvisor has named Mote Marine one of the top 10 aquariums in the United States as part of its traveler's choice awards.
Travelers' choice awards honor top travel spots worldwide based on millions of reviews and opinions from TripAdvisor travelers. Award winners were determined using an algorithm that took into account the quantity and quality of reviews for aquariums worldwide, gathered over a 12-month period.
Mote Marine was 10th in the list of top aquariums in the United States. The Monterey Bay Aquarium in California was the top aquarium, followed by the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta and the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga rounded out the top three in the United States.
21st Century Fox ends pursuit of Time Warner
NEW YORK -- Twenty-First Century Fox is abandoning its attempt to take over Time Warner in a proposed deal that would have combined two of the world's biggest media companies.
The about-face announced Tuesday comes three weeks after Time Warner Inc. revealed it had rejected 21st Century Fox's unsolicited $76 billion buyout offer.
Besides that rebuff, 21st Century Fox CEO Rupert Murdoch cited a decline in his New York company's stock price as one of the reasons for ending the pursuit of Time Warner.
With the proposed deal off the table, 21st Century Fox's board approved a plan to spend $6 billion buying back the company's stock during the next year.
Herald staff and wire reports