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  • Florida: A Hot Spot for Opportunity Zone Investment
    By Jason McCormick, Analyst Recent IRS guidance regarding Opportunity Zones may unleash hundreds of billions, if not trillions, of unrealized gains into qualified, new real estate investment and Opportunity Zone Businesses, but the clock is ticking to maximize the program’s advantages, according to Opportunity Zones: Location, Timing, Capital, a new… Read more »
  • Florida Property Tax TRIM Value Notices and Appeal Deadline Approaching
    Property Value Notices Will be Mailed in August with a Short 25-Day Appeal Window By David Pichler, CMI Director By mid-August, all owners of commercial property in the state of Florida will receive a property value notice from their County Property Appraiser. This Annual Notice of Property Assessment, also known… Read more »
  • The ScooterSphere: How Will eScooters Impact CRE in Miami?
    eScooters are the latest trend in micro-mobility and Miami is one of the most recent adopters. The City of Miami has engaged six of the nation’s largest shared motorized scooter vendors to support a six-month pilot program, deploying hundreds of eScooters in Downtown, Brickell, Coconut Grove and Edgewater. The objective… Read more »
  • Gian Rodriguez Named to SFBJ’s 40 under 40
    Cushman & Wakefield is pleased to congratulate Managing Principal Gian Rodriguez on being named to South Florida Business Journal’s 2019 “40 under 40.” This prestigious award recognizes professionals under the age of 40 in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties for outstanding success in business and contributions to their communities.… Read more »
  • What Florida’s Sales Tax Decrease Means for Commercial Real Estate
    For more information, contact: Chris Owen Director, Florida Research chris.owen@cushwake.com   Jason McCormick Analyst, Tampa jason.mccormick@cushwake.com   The post What Florida’s Sales Tax Decrease Means for Commercial Real Estate appeared first on Cushman & Wakefield Blog. Read more »
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