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8th Annual Miami State of the Market

Booming Office, New Public Transit, and the Hottest Projects!

Event Ended On: Thursday September 20 2018

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Events Raw Space

Wells Fargo Center

Wells Fargo Center (WFC) is centrally located in Miami’s CBD. This Gold LEED Certified Class “A” property offers views of Biscayne Bay. The 752,488 RSF – 47-story office tower completed in late 2010. The property was designed with efficient 26,000 RSF floor plates. The 18-story parking garage with 1,152 parking spaces provides an above market parking ratio of 1.5/1000 SF in WFC and under a long term agreement with the adjacent owner, an additional 1.0/1000 SF of parking in the Met 3 garage. Wells Fargo Center is connected by a ground level walkway to the Five Star JW Marriott Marquis hotel offering tenants an array of amenities. The newly developed Whole Foods Market directly across from the property added a desired amenity and good synergy to the area during and after hours. The nearby Met Square is a mixed-use development under construction which we anticipate will bring high-end dining and a movie theater when completed in 2018.

Events Speakers and Panels

Keynote

 Francis Suarez
Keynote

Francis Suarez

Mayor, City of Miami

2019 Forecast: Capital Flow, Investment Sales and Leasing

Alan Kleber

Alan Kleber

Managing Director, JLL

Future of Miami's Urban Core and Connecting Neighborhoods

Gary Ressler

Gary Ressler

Principal, The Tilia Family of Companies

Macro Trends and Major Projects

Emilio Gonzalez

Emilio Gonzalez

City Manager, Miami
Jorge Moros

Jorge Moros

VP, Plaza Construction
Jon Cardello

Jon Cardello

VP, Stantec Architecture & Design

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:45 AM
Coffee, Breakfast & Networking
8:45 AM
9:00 AM
Keynote Address: Mayor Francis Suarez
9:00 AM
9:40 AM
2019 Forecast: Capital Flow, Investment Sales and Leasing Updates
9:40 AM
10:20 AM
Future of Miami's Urban Core & Connecting Neighborhoods
10:20 AM
11:00 AM
Macro Trends & Major Projects
11:00 AM
11:30 AM
Post-Event Networking

Venue/Parking

Wells Fargo Center
333 SE 2nd Avenue​
Miami, FL 33131

Suite: Suite 2400​, 24th floor

Parking Information: We will give guests parking vouchers worth $15, which will cover their first 2 hours of parking. Every hour after that will be $5.

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Event Summary

Join Bisnow for our annual

Miami State of the Market, Miami's largest CRE event of the year!

Come join us for Bisnow's 8th Annual Miami State of the Market, Bisnow's premier event of the year. Miami is in the midst of transitioning in to a burgeoning metropolitan with a booming retail, hospitality, multifamily, industrial and office market that continues to grow and evolve. We will gather some of Miami's Commercial Real Estate All-Stars who are driving Miami in to the future. Joins us as we discuss the plethora of new and repurposed product that has been delivered and still in the pipeline over the next 12 months. From major projects and trends to rapid growth in many of the up-and-coming neighborhoods, as well as the evolving transit projects that will drive job growth and connect Miami to the future.

Hear from the luminaries building, shaping and designing the future of Miami, and leave with an action plan to ensure the area's growth and how you can get involved.

As always, join us early for top-notch networking and stay for our informative and educational panels. Don't forget extra business cards!

1) Miami's office market flourished in the first quarter of 2018 with existing and new-to-market companies fueling demand for space and sparking new construction. What needs to happen for this rapid growth to continue? 

2) Across the U.S., more than 70M SF of retail space is expected to close in 2018. In Florida alone, big box retailers are closing, downsizing and repositioning. What does the future of retail in Miami look like?

3) One year after Hurricane Irma and Maria, what has Miami learned and how will Miami build for resiliency in the future?

4) What are the hottest, new projects that are being developed in Miami? Who is buying and selling, and where is the capital coming from?

5) With all of the new public transit development happening in Miami, what will be the effect on the office, multifamily and retail?