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What Could Slow The Industrial Market?

The market for industrial property has been booming nationwide, but especially in South Florida, where developable land exists only in a 20-mile-wide strip between the Everglades and the Atlantic Ocean.

Experts speaking on a Bisnow panel last week marveled at the growth of the sector, but also warned of “black swans” — unpredictable events with major consequences.

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Port Tracker Report Points To Import Cargo Growth With Tariff Hikes Expected

The theme of tariffs influencing increased import activity at United States-based retail container ports, coupled with rising retail sales, remains fully intact with according to the Port Tracker report, which was just released by the National Retail Federation (NRF) and maritime consultancy Hackett Associates.

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Miami’s Global Reputation As A Global City Growing

Miami has long been marked as the Gateway to Latin America. But with a revitalized urban core and a hot retail market, Miami is increasingly being seen worldwide as a global city.

Miami hit a tipping point, per se, a couple of years ago and the growth has yet to slow. With nearly 6 million residents and an economic output of more than $300 billion, Greater Miami is one of the largest economic regions in the US and the world. In fact, Miami is comparable to Singapore and Hong Kong, according to a study from the FIU-Miami Creative City Initiative.

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