Population Growth = Economic Growth. Only Question Is: Where Will We Put Everything?
by Sep Niakan | April 23, 2015
The metropolitan area of Miami increased 66,000 people between July of 2013 and July of 2014. And with this population growth, comes economic growth.
We can thank migration from other countries for a significant portion of Miami’s growth, which is bringing in more international trade. So much, that we’ve planned the upcoming expansion of the region’s two largest ports. We’re also seeing vacancy in high-rises go down. A great deal of land in the region is turning into residential property to accommodate the demand for housing.
In all, we’ll be seeing more business, more jobs and the need for more space to allocate them. We can expect to see a great deal of development in the next few years. This growth comes with major economic opportunities. The challenge will be building efficiently enough to find places to put everything and everyone.
by Sep Niakan | September 27, 2016
Claro Development’s latest at 10 SW 8th Street is going to be a tall order, literally! Fresh-approved by the FAA, the Brickell Market Place is set to rise up to 954 feet above ground, or 960 feet above sea level. Approved after a seven-month...
by Sep Niakan | September 26, 2016
Come year-end, Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood will be home to one of Best Western International’s first boutique hotel brand offerings - Vib. Best Western’s chosen only 20 key urban markets (including Miami) across North America to...
by Sep Niakan | September 23, 2016
The Berkowitz Development Group, describes SkyRise as their “abstract version of the Statue of Liberty”. Approved in 2014, this R-shaped structure is being built in tandem with the revitalization of Bayside Marketplace. The tower will be...