Articles in DBA in The News

Residents Are Desperate To Keep Their Beloved Mizner Boca Post Office

by Lulu Ramadan on

More than 1,000 people have signed a petition urging the U.S. Postal Service not to close or relocate the downtown Boca Raton location, on Northeast Second Street and Northeast Mizner Boulevard.... Read full article

The Addison of Boca Raton Receives Five Star Diamond Award for Sixth Year in a Row


The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences (AAHS) awarded the Addison of Boca Raton its coveted Five Star Diamond Award, recognizing the venue for its achievement and quality in the hospitality and luxury service industry. ... Read full article

Boca Raton Downtown Activities


The Community Redevelopment Agency had a marathon hearing regarding a large Downtown ultra-luxury condo development, Mizner 200. After 6+ hours, the warring parties were sent back for some private negotiations to find a resolution suitable for all. ... Read full article

Benefits of The Boca DBA


The DBA of Boca was created to rectify the lack of a cohesive “business community” unique to Downtown Boca. The focus of Boca Raton’s Chamber of Commerce is excellent and promotes all of Boca Raton. Our focus is different.... Read full article

Walk With the Alliance | the DBA of Boca


The Downtown Business Alliance is WALKING TO END ALZHEIMER’S! ... Read full article

The Millennial Mind: Downtown Business Alliance


I thought my days in college were going to be my final opportunity to be a part of a community group. I am now happy to report I was wrong.... Read full article

COMMUNITY PROFILE: Michael J. Liss, President, Downtown Business Alliance of Boca Raton


The Downtown Business Alliance of Boca Raton was founded to transform the experience of owning a business and working in Downtown Boca Raton. I founded it after I moved my law practice Downtown last summer.... Read full article

Boca Lawyer Launches Downtown Business Alliance


Boca resident and lawyer Michael Liss hadn’t been working downtown too long before he noticed he spent a lot of time walking to his car and heading away from downtown. And that bothered him. “I have to leave downtown to go to networking events,”....... Read full article