The Instant Group, a global workspace innovation firm working across 175 countries and whose digital platforms constitute the world’s largest digital marketplace for flexible workspace, has found Miami leading the way in flexible workspace demand while San Francisco is seeing the largest decline, in its new U.S. Market Summary analysis.
Demand has dropped 24 percent since 2019 in San Francisco, whereas Miami has seen demand skyrocket 143 percent.
Outdated warehouses of the past are being resurrected to accommodate a new future. But that future is edging some people out of town.
Developer Armando Codina is entering the bidding for Amazon’s second headquarters.
Codina says Codina Partners’ Downtown Doral site checks off Amazon’s boxes – proximity to a major airport, population size, and more – for the $5 billion investment. It will be one of the sites the city is proposing in its bid for the Amazon project.