The flow of new residents to Miami has brought job opportunities, spurred development and raised the city’s profile as an international destination. But the increased population has also helped Miami earn a more dubious distinction: Its roads are now among the most congested in the world.
While 76% say ESG is either “somewhat” or “very” important to their companies, there’s still progress to be made in all the letters, not just the E and G.
The project is slated for nearly 370,000 square feet of offices, 558 residential units, and a hotel.
From 2010 to 2020, the metro region’s population rose by more than 660,000, creating intense demand for offices, stores, hotels, and homes.
“Depending on how much they’re willing to implement, they could save between 5 and 20 percent” of their energy bill, said Ramin Moghaddass, an associate professor of industrial and systems engineering at UM and the director of the Industrial Assessment Center.
A $170,000 study upon which to base the plan won unanimous Transportation Planning Organization approval with aims far broader than the most recent plan for the area, which was drawn in 2003 in vastly different times for a vastly different downtown.
The project changing nearly a full block hugged by West Flagler and Northwest First streets is composed of three buildings.
Miami’s office sector saw the greatest dropoff, registering just $6 million in sales in the first quarter of 2023, compared with $226 million in 2022, a 97 percent decrease.
Ven-American Real Estate, Inc. established in 1991, is a full service commercial and residential real estate firm offering brokerage and property management services.
Ven-American Real Estate, Inc.
2401 SW 145th Avenue, Ste 407
Miramar, FL 33027
Brokerage & Property Management Services