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MIA Expansion Indicative of City’s Economic Growth

For signs of economic growth in Miami, look no further than Miami International Airport, or as Miamians call it, “MIA.”  In the past couple of years, MIA has experienced incredible growth. It is recognized as the number one international gateway for the growing U.S. trade with Latin America and the Caribbean. It provides direct passenger service to… Continue Reading

Full Speed Ahead: State of the Ports Briefing 2014

Today, we attended the State of the Ports Luncheon, along with several of our Bilzin Sumberg colleagues and over 1,000 prominent business leaders in our community, including representatives from local government, major cruise lines and the United States Coast Guard. Those in attendance at the annual “State of the Ports” address enjoyed an exclusive screening… Continue Reading

New Miami in the News: Weekly Recap

This week in New Miami news, David Beckham, new international airlines at MIA, Miami’s young adults, the new free trolley service in Miami Beach and Microsoft’s job training program all made headlines. MLS, Beckham To Launch Miami Team If Stadium Plans OK’d At a press conference yesterday, it was officially announced that Major League Soccer is coming to Miami.  Negotiations to select… Continue Reading

New Miami in the News: Weekly Recap

This week, David Beckham, Art Basel, MIA and a Global Diversity Summit all made headlines. David Beckham chooses Miami to build his soccer empire According to reports, the international soccer icon’s MLS franchise team will be located in Miami. As passenger numbers rise, Miami International Airport adds more venues, flights MIA continues to expand with… Continue Reading

Federal Funding For New Transportation P3

In prior posts, we have written about the federal government’s new focus on public-private partnerships in order to leverage its grant money with private investments, as well as the future of transportation-related PPPs in the Miami area.  Those trends continue, as evidenced by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s recent award of a $11.4-million transportation grant… Continue Reading

Public-Private Partnerships in Unlikely Places

P3s Help Expedite Infrastructure Projects We have recently written about P3s being used in South Florida to construct large-scale public facilities on an expedited basis and at a reduced cost to the public.  Examples include the Miami Beach Convention Center and the PortMiami Tunnel. In many ways, these projects, as immense as they are, represent the low-hanging… Continue Reading

InterContinental Miami Hotel: Evolving Alongside Miami as it Comes-of-Age as a World Class City

This is a guest post by Robert Hill, General Manager of the InterContinental Miami, one of the city’s longest standing hotels in the heart of its urban core. With ties to international trade and commerce, increased sophistication, entertainment and culinary excellence, and its renewal as a domestic and international tourist destination, Miami’s hospitality market is… Continue Reading

Federal Aviation Administration to Propose Height Regulations

As development in Miami’s core returns, many developers are concerned with what appears to be a review by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) height regulations, which could impose restrictions to the maximum allowable heights.   However, the FAA is not being clear on what exactly its intended revisions to the regulations may be, causing additional angst… Continue Reading

P3s Everywhere You Look

There are currently a lot of construction hats at Miami-area transportation facilities. The Miami International Airport has recently opened its newly constructed North Terminal and new MIA Mover people mover system, and construction is underway of the Miami Intermodal Center, a massive ground transportation hub connecting the airport to Metrorail, Metrobus, rental cars, etc. Not… Continue Reading