Miami-Dade is a world-class market with the third highest concentration of high-rise buildings in the country. The multicultural destination is considered by some as the Manhattan of the South.
Widely seen the Gateway to Latin America, Miami-Dade’s influence has now expanded to global proportions with over 1,200 multinational corporations located in the area. International capital flows into Miami, while the city itself is investing billions into its infrastructure, from airports to seaports. The region’s transit system is also expanding rapidly with new local rail lines, and Virgin Trains’ high-speed rail system connecting the entire South Florida market, with plans for service to Orlando and Tampa in the future.
Since 1979, Cushman & Wakefield has played a major role in Miami’s transformation, with involvement in some of the market’s largest deals and developments. Today, with 125 professionals in a wide range of specialties, our experts combine deep local roots with Cushman & Wakefield’s global platform to deliver innovative real estate solutions from Wynwood to Doral, and around the globe.
We Leverage our Broad Capabilities to Provide Specific Solutions
Our Miami team’s comprehensive scope of services is unmatched in the market. This allows us to provide each client with a custom approach, tailored to their specific business priorities and company culture.
In Miami and throughout Florida, our offices consistently rank among the top brokerage firms and our property management portfolio is the largest in the state. Much of this success is owed to our culture of collaboration across service lines and markets. When you engage us, we’ll leverage our local, statewide and global resources, including innovative research, marketing and technology, to help you achieve your real estate goals.
Thinking Beyond Miami?
Whether your portfolio extends beyond the Miami market, or you simply want to understand how global real estate trends can impact your strategy, we’re here to help. Benefit from market intelligence and insights drawn from Cushman & Wakefield’s 400 global offices in 70 countries.