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Amaducci-Adams Talks About Miami Market, Gender Equality in Miami Herald’s ‘Business Monday’ Section

Suzanne Amaducci-Adams, leader of the Real Estate Practice Group at Bilzin Sumberg, frequently catches people by surprise when they hear that her group has closed on more than $2 billion in commercial real estate loans so far in 2016 despite what many describe as a Miami market that’s cooling down. “When are people going to … Continue Reading

Happy Holidays To Our Readers!

As we reflect on 2015, we are especially thankful for all of the connections that we have made this year. We are thankful for our clients, our colleagues, our friends, and all of our readers. Thus, for our holiday video we wanted to focus on the power of relationships because our relationships are the foundation … Continue Reading

China Business Series Breakfast Seminar

Bilzin Sumberg Tax Partner Jeffrey Rubinger will speak this week at an MBAF China Business Series Breakfast Seminar in Miami where attendees will learn about current trends and initiatives in the China and U.S. markets. Guests will also hear from Ralph Chow, Regional Director (Americas), Hong Kong Trade Development Council and Hernando Gomez, Business Valuation … Continue Reading

Hospitality Legal Panel

On Wednesday, September 30, Bilzin Sumberg Real Estate Practice Group Leader and Greater Miami & The Beaches Hotel Association (GMBHA) Board of Director, Suzanne Amaducci-Adams, will moderate the Hospitality Legal Panel presented by GMBHA. Guests will hear from an experienced panel of attorneys including Bilzin Sumberg Litigation Attorney James Ward.… Continue Reading

New Spanish Language Blog Captures Essence of “New Miami”

Bilzin Sumberg has launched Nuevo Miami, a Spanish language publication of the New Miami blog. Nuevo Miami focuses on sharing ground-level insights about the gateway city’s continually growing opportunities for foreign investors and expanding global significance as an international center of commerce. International Group Co-Chairs, José Ferrer and Javier Aviñó, serve as editors on the … Continue Reading

Miami’s Green Spaces Are Prime Assets for Public-Private Partnerships

On March 29, 2015, the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, of which Bilzin Sumberg is a member, hosted an event that discussed infrastructure plans that would increase Miami’s walkability and bikeability. In addition to increasing modes of mobility, the plans that were discussed would also allow Miami to recapitalize … Continue Reading

The Game Changers in Transforming Miami

On February 25, 2015, Suzanne Amaducci-Adams moderated the first event in the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s three-part series, Transforming Miami: The Game Changers Series. With intimate knowledge of Bilzin Sumberg’s work on the projects of the featured speakers, Suzanne guided a discussion that covered issues concerning Miami’s growth, infrastructure needs, current real-estate development trends … Continue Reading

P3 Hub South Live Blogging – Join the Conversation

Bilzin Sumberg, in partnership with P3 Bulletin, is proud to host P3 Hub South, a two-day conference bringing together top national and international players in the public sector, including U.S. government agency officials, mayors and local government staff, and leading global public-private partnership (“P3”) innovators in the private sector, including investors, developers, construction firms and … Continue Reading

Miami-Dade County’s Public Transit Plans Spur Development Opportunities

With Miami-Dade County making a concerted effort to expand its public transit system, South Florida developers are asking “what development opportunities will accompany the birth of such transit system?” Likewise, it will befit South Florida developers and attorneys to learn what zoning concessions Miami-Dade County must make in order to facilitate such transit-oriented development. A Greater Miami Chamber of … Continue Reading

New Miami Breakfast Insights

Our New Miami Breakfast, “Miami: The Next Entrepreneurial Frontier,”  was heavily attended by nearly 200 of Miami’s business community members. Our co-moderators, Bilzin Sumberg Partners Javier Aviño and Melissa Pallett-Vasquez, touched on Miami’s initiatives to attract both entrepreneurs and investors, before our esteemed panelists dove in. Matt Haggman, Miami Program Director of The Knight Foundation, discussed some of the … Continue Reading

Miami: The Next Entrepreneurial Frontier

We spend a lot of time looking into where our city is headed on our New Miami blog, and we are truly excited about the opportunities for innovation in Miami. On the heels of the success of various events focused on entrepreneurship in Miami, such as eMerge Americas Techweek and the Knight Foundation’s Start-Up City, … Continue Reading

Miami Developers Utilizing Non Traditional Sources of Venture Capital

With all the current and planned building projects taking place in South Florida, it seems the recent real estate crash has largely been forgotten. However, the collapse still haunts traditional lending institutions, many of whom are unwilling or unable to finance Miami’s present building boom. Further, as Jeff Bartel, chairman of Benworth Capital Partners LLC … Continue Reading

Why Miami?

Guest blog post written by Will Corbin of The Beacon Council. On July 23, more than 200 people attended The Beacon Council’s New Leaders Taskforce “Why Miami?” panel discussion, which provided an overview of Miami and its business and civic assets. The program was geared towards young professionals who are new to the Miami area, … Continue Reading

Get Ready For A Miami Tech Hub

Miami has long been known for its tourism and hospitality industry, its booming real estate market and its diverse international population. Now, in the wake of Microsoft’s announcement that it plans to open a state-of-the-art training facility in the Magic City, and several noteworthy events targeted specifically toward this rising industry, we can now add … Continue Reading

ICCA 2014 Miami Conference Coverage

Bilzin Sumberg attorneys Joseph Mamounas and Rafael Ribeiro participated in a blogging event from the ICCA Conference this week for the Kluwer Arbitration Blog. The Kluwer Arbitration Blog (KAB) is a publication that provides information and news on international arbitration.  They gather leading experts from law firms, arbitration institutions, and academia to report on the latest developments in the industry. Rafael Ribeiro … Continue Reading

New Miami Breakfast Series – Real Estate Financing Highlights

I recently had the pleasure of moderating the latest installment of the Bilzin Sumberg New Miami Breakfast Series – “The Return of Real Estate Financing: Passing Trend or Here to Stay?” During our lively discussion, which featured an expert panel of industry leaders (listed below) and a packed audience of business and community leaders, several … Continue Reading

Thank You For Joining Us For Our New Miami Breakfast Series | Hospitality

Thursday, June 13, 2013 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM 1450 Brickell Avenue, 23rd Floor Miami, FL 33131 Thank you for joining us for the second installment of the New Miami Breakfast Series. Hospitality: A Bird’s Eye View of Miami and Beyond Miami is one of the most active hotel investment markets in the country and … Continue Reading

Bilzin Sumberg Hosts Inaugural New Miami Breakfast Series

This past week, Bilzin Sumberg hosted its inaugural New Miami Breakfast Series discussion, with a focus on Public-Private Partnerships.  With the benefit of a diverse, expert panel and an engaged (and engaging) audience of business and community leaders we had a productive discussion on the benefits of P3s and their future in our community.  The … Continue Reading

Thank You For Joining Us For Our New Miami Breakfast Series

Bilzin Sumberg New Miami Breakfast SeriesThank you for joining us for the inaugural session of the New Miami Breakfast Series. Public-Private Partnerships: Why They Are Growing in Popularity and Their Impact on South Florida The most flexible relationship between the government and a private contractor is a public-private partnership, commonly referred to as a P3, in which government and the … Continue Reading
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