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Coffee, Breakfast & Networking
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By Raelin Storey, Economic Development Director, of the City of Hollywood
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How are developers placemaking destinations?
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Capital Markets: Buying, Selling & Investing in CRE
Where is capital flowing?
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Turn to Your Neighbor & Grab a Business Card
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Fireside Chat: Planning for a Downturn
How can Floridians prepare themselves in case the market softens?
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The Rise of Mixed-Use Development and TOD
Will consumer demand continue to fuel this product type?
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Keynote Presentation: Tax-Driven Migration to South Florida
Featuring Armando Codina, Executive Chairman, Codina Partners
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More Networking & Deal Making
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Join Bisnow for our 9th annual South Florida State of the Market, our largest and most prestigious CRE event of the year! Miami's transformation into a burgeoning metropolitan city with booming CRE sectors continues to become more apparent. Although its economy has always been dependent on tourism, South Florida is also gaining traction as a great place to invest, buy and build real estate.
A fairly new concept - placemaking - has been making headlines across CRE news. Simply put, placemaking is a strategic move used to boost foot traffic by building a compelling destination with a curated tenant mix that offers entertainment or service-oriented retailers for the community. "There is no blueprint for placemaking, and each of the projects [has] established great retail destinations in a unique way, whether it's through technology, sustainability, culture or design," says CBRE's head of retail research, Melina Cordero.
Developers like Anthony Burns of Plaza Equity Partners, who is building Magic City Innovation District, are building more than just a structure. They are creating a community destination through careful planning, and by incorporating leisure, technology and wellness into their projects.
Mixed-use has also been on the rise in South Florida and there's no better place for it. Co-living, coworking and community-centric transit oriented development (TOD) projects like Adler Group's Douglas at Link are all springing up. Find out what the latest mixed-use projects are and how developers are creatively integrating the outdoors, wellness components and convenience into their buildings.
We will gather some of South Florida's top lenders, developers and owners to keep our finger on the pulse of the region's hottest projects. Find out where people are buying, how they are financing their projects and what they are building.
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