About “New Miami”

This is a dynamic point in Miami’s history. It is a city in the midst of a promising rebirth, emerging as a global destination and center for commerce.

Miami leads the nation as one of the hottest areas, fueled by international investment from Latin America, Europe and Asia. It has a new zoning code, foreign nationals looking to make it their home, multinational corporations establishing it as a base and acquiring local companies, and a real estate market that is beginning to re-surge with the purchase and sale of “distressed” properties, and the reemergence of hotels and commercial properties. Courts and international arbitration tribunals are also playing an increasingly important part in the dispute resolution process.

This climate of revival and expansion is what we call “New Miami” and we are excited to be at the forefront of the transformation.

 

About Bilzin Sumberg

Bilzin Sumberg works with clients whose business and legal opportunities and challenges span the United States and cross borders to Europe, Latin America, Canada, the Middle East, and Asia.  The firm’s growth has paralleled that of its Miami home base, a region known for its rich cultural, social, and professional diversity. Bilzin Sumberg lawyers concentrate on services at the heart of both regional and international commerce, including real estate, land development and government relations, environmental, corporate law, joint ventures, domestic and international tax and estate planning, business litigation, finance, and public-private partnerships.

Bilzin Sumberg is Miami’s preeminent commercial law firm.

For information about our services, click here.

 

About This Blog

We are excited to share our insights and commentary on the gateway city’s expanding global significance. This Blog will focus on a variety of topics across practices and industries, including international arbitration, real estate investment and land development, financing, foreign investment and tax, Miami’s new zoning code (Miami 21), public-private partnerships, hospitality, construction, and all things New Miami.