Virgin Trains and the Future of Mobility and Development in Florida

Henry Flagler arguably brought real estate development to South and Central Florida in the late 19th and early 20th century when he extended rail service from St. Augustine south to West Palm Beach and eventually to Miami and then Key West. When he arrived in Florida in 1885 he began construction of the 504-room Ponce… Read more…

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…

ULI Miami Symposium

The ULI Miami Symposium is on of the biggest South Florida real estate events of the year. All South Florida real estate ballers will be in attendance. If you’re a baller or think you’re a baller, then you should attend. Attendee list can be found here. Join ULI on Wednesday, November 13th for the 2019… 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…

Introduction to Urban Commercial Real Estate Development for Non-Developers

For anyone looking to elevate their commercial real estate game this course is highly recommended. Dive into Urban Commercial Real Estate Development through The U’s upcoming Intro to RED course on April 6th (8:30am -2:30pm). Learn the fundamentals to become a successful developer at this all-in-one MRED+U seminar taught by Prof. Steve Nostrand (of One… Read more…