Harris Rosen's empire

Orlando hotelier Harris Rosen stands in front of Little Haiti Houses, a one-roon home built inside the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel off Universal Blvd. in Orlando. Rosen took the lead in collecting funds and donations for the survivors of the earthquake in Haiti and now he wants to jump into the second-phase of relief efforts: Providing housing to the tens of thousands of Haitians who have lost their homes. His plan is to build solar- and wind-powered modular houses in Central Florida to send them to Haiti. Those homes, worth $5,000 each.
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( Red Huber, Orlando Sentinel / February 3, 2010 )

Orlando hotelier Harris Rosen stands in front of Little Haiti Houses, a one-roon home built inside the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel off Universal Blvd. in Orlando. Rosen took the lead in collecting funds and donations for the survivors of the earthquake in Haiti and now he wants to jump into the second-phase of relief efforts: Providing housing to the tens of thousands of Haitians who have lost their homes. His plan is to build solar- and wind-powered modular houses in Central Florida to send them to Haiti. Those homes, worth $5,000 each.

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