Invest Miami speaks to Coral Gables Mayor Jim Cason
“Coral Gables’ population is comprised of a professional and highly educated workforce. Roughly 65 percent of our residents over the age of 25 have Bachelor’s degrees, while around 30 percent have a graduate degree. The folks that comprise the business community here are lawyers, architects, financial advisors, the planners – those who operate on the strategic side of commerce. Additionally we have a strong presence of more than 155 multinationals and roughly 8,200 businesses.”
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A BUSINESS HUB
More than 100 top companies have chosen Coral Gables as a base to operate. It could be the style, the atmosphere, the convenience or all of them. The reality is that they’re here. These are some of the names, brands and companies you’ll find in Coral Gables. Here’s a list of Ofizzina neighbors.
The companies and businesses listed above have no affiliation with the Developer and/or the Ofizzina 1200 Condominium project. The names and logos above are owned and controlled by the respective companies and businesses and not by the Developer or the project. Business and/or services referenced and/or identified in this publication are off-site and not controlled by the Developer. They are considered accurate as of the date of this publication, however there is no guarantee that they will continue to exist or that there won’t be changes and/or substitutions of same.
PORT OF MIAMI:
PORT OF MIAMI:
MIAMI READY FOR THE POST-PANAMAX ERA
Starting 2017 the Port of Miami will begin a new chapter that will dramatically increase the amount of cargo coming in and out of the city. This is just another reason why you see GLOBAL COMPANIES opening offices in Miami.
Miami is getting ready for a post-Panamax era. Port of Miami is one of the top 10 cargo container ports in the United States. The port carries a dual distinction of “Cruise Capital of the World” and “Cargo gateway of the Americas”.
As part of its 2012 WE CAN’T WAIT initiative, the White House announced that 7 significant infrastructure projects would be expedited to help modernize and expand five major ports in the country, including PortMiami for a post-Panamax era of shipping commerce.
PortMiami has partnered with the US Army Corps of Engineers to dredge its harbors and channels to a depth of 50 feet allowing the super-sized post-Panamax vessels to enter the port.
In addition, more than $2 billion is being invested to improve the infrastructure of the Port and its surroundings.