Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority voted Friday to commit $50,000 to the development of the open space under I-395 as the underdeck, a linear park that is meant to be a community gathering place. To read the entire article from the Miami Today, please click here.
Miami Herald | Downtown Miami’s office market is diversifying: that’s good news for our local economy
Miami’s pursuit of Amazon thurst our region’s technology sector to the forefront, but new data from the Miami Downtown Development Authority indicate that tech companies have been eyeing our urban core as a viable home base for years. To read the entire article from the Miami Herald, please click here.
In areas like Brickell and the city’s central business district, a flood of gleaming new skyscrapers have helped attract more residents to Miami’s urban core. A report from the Miami Downtown Development Authority released this week confirms that major corporations are now focusing their attention on downtown as well. To read the entire article from […]
Miami Worldcenter, a skyline-altering development in downtown Miami, has achieved the first of five milestones planned this year with the completion of a new 43-story apartment tower. To read the entire article from CoStar, please click here.
Perhaps it is not surprising the area’s office market is changing but it may be news to some that downtown’s population now of 250,000 has helped it evolve from a daytime business market into a 24-hour, live-work-play city. To read the entire article from the Daily Business Review, please click here.