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Miami Commercial Real Estate In-depth


Miami is a global city in southeastern Florida. Miami is the largest city within the Miami metropolitan area, which is the fourth-largest urban area in the United States. Miami is ranked as a global city for its importance in finance, commerce, media, entertainment, arts and international trade.

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Miami Commercial Real Estate In-depth


Miami is a global city in southeastern Florida. Miami is the largest city within the Miami metropolitan area, which is the fourth-largest urban area in the United States. Miami is ranked as a global city for its importance in finance, commerce, media, entertainment, arts and international trade.

Miami commercial real estate is home to many company headquarters, banks and television studios. Miami is an international center for popular entertainment in television, music, fashion, film and the performing arts.

For most of Miami's history, its economy has been based on tourism. In fact, it was not so long ago that the city came to life only during the winter months when tourists from cold northern regions flocked to its beaches, hotels, and resorts. That phenomenon is no longer the case, as tourists visit the region throughout the year.

While tourism continues to be the principal industry in Miami, the city's economy has become more diversified. Trade is increasingly vital to the economy. One of the benefits of Miami commercial real estate is its close proximity to Latin America and the Caribbean, which make it the center of international trade with those areas.

Location is another benefit of Miami commercial real estate; the city's international trade infrastructure is vast and varied. With an economic impact of $18.6 billion, Miami International Airport is the nation's top airport for international freight and third for international passengers. The Port of Miami, which contributes $8 billion to the local economy, ranks first among the state's containerized ports and ninth in the United States. The World Trade Center Miami is Florida's oldest international organization, and assists member companies to introduce and expand their international presence.

Miami commercial real estate provides space for many items and goods that are produced in Miami including apparel, textiles, books and magazines, pharmaceuticals, medical and diagnostic testing equipment, plastics, aluminum products, furniture, light manufactured goods, transportation equipment, cement, electronic components, agricultural products such as tomatoes, beans, avocadoes, and citrus fruits.

Miami commercial real estate also provides many incentives programs, including state, local and job training programs, for both new and existing companies. Enterprise Florida is a partnership between Florida's government and business leaders and is the principal economic development organization for the state of Florida. Enterprise Florida's mission is to increase economic opportunities for all Floridians by supporting the creation of quality jobs, a well-trained workforce, and globally competitive businesses. It pursues this mission in cooperation with its statewide network of economic development partners.
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