Covid-19’s Impact on Urbanism, the Economy and Commercial Real Estate

The last month has been a doozy to say the least. For most of us we have never experienced a pandemic of this scale in our lifetime. Businesses have closed their doors and our city streets are mostly empty. Markets have been more volatile than in 2008 and it seems like volatility will continue into… Read more…

South Florida Needs a Real Regional Transportation & Planning Authority

South Florida is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the country. Comprised of 3 counties, Miami-Dade County, Broward County and Palm Beach County, the area is home to approximately 6,700,000 people. Miami Dade County is comprised of 34 cities, Broward 30 cities, and Palm Beach County has an additional 39 cities. In total… Read more…

Hollywood’s Potential: ULI Development & Investment Forum

Click here to register Click here to view event attendees Hollywood has so much potential. Founded in 1925 it is now the twelfth-largest city in Florida. The city has an awesome historic downtown “Main Street” and great mid-century modern housing stock which is within walking distance of the CBD. Hollywood grew quickly in the 1950’s… Read more…

Biscayne Boulevard Residents Meeting with the FDOT to Discuss Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety (or Lack Thereof)

According to the 2019 Dangerous by Design report by Smart Growth America, Florida is the most dangerous state in the country for pedestrians and cyclists. In fact, of 9 out of the 20 most dangerous metropolitan areas in the US are in Florida. My family and I have lived in Miami’s Belle Meade neighborhood for… Read more…