Miami the most exciting city of the world!
Miami is no 6 in the top 40 most important cities to UHNWIs in 2015
Why Florida is the right choice for Business?
Florida is no one in the first five states as International Transactions.
2035 Master Plan
Few states can match Florida's unique combination of advantages: a business climate that encourages innovation, unequaled market opportunities, a top-flight workforce, easy access to domestic and international markets and a quality of life that is second to none.
MIAMI - THE CITY OF OPPORTUNITIES
For many years, Miami has been known for its beautiful beaches, prominent finance and investment centers, and it's non-stop nightlife, recently more and more people from all around the world have been chosen Miami as their final destination for residency. The City has been called “Wall Street” for South East Coast for its business ties to South America, Latin America and the Caribbean.
MIAMI PROPERTY MARKET TRENDS
According to Douglas Elliman market report, in 1st quarter of 2014, with the Miami housing market well into the third year of its recovery, rising prices have begun to pull listing inventory into the market. Median sales price increased 16.1%, the highest point reached since 2008. Average sales prices jumped 19.1% over last year to a 5 year high and average price per square foot exceeded $305 per square foot for the first time in 6 years.
MIAMI VISION 2020
By 2020 Miami is going to look much like subtropical Manhattan. And it seems to be true as there have been planned more than 20 condo towers in Miami financial district along with giant Brickell City Center and Miami World Center. Investing in Miami today will not only ensure a booming future, but will boost the local economy many times over. The Port of Miami Tunnel project alone will provide over 170,000 jobs with $6.4 billion in wages and $17 billion in economic output. Brickell City Center will have an economic impact of approximately $1 billion with 1,700 construction jobs already in place, and more than 5,000 jobs once completed and will add $5.4 million in ad valorem taxes to Miami-Dade County alone. Overall, the development and excitement that is brewing in Miami runs much deeper in providing a very bright and stable future for so many that will call this magic city home.