Super Bowl LIV will take place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on February 2, 2020, making it the eleventh Super Bowl hosted in the region. Felipe Angulo, Super Bowl Host Committee Director of Business Connect & Community Outreach comes by the podcast to help us understand the economic and environmental impact that this monumental sporting event has on South Florida and its community.
We talked about the planning involved in accommodating the massive influx of visitors into the region, and how the Super Bowl Host Committee leverages the big game to support environmental sustainability in South Florida, to raise awareness for humanitarian issues, and to support local business owners long after the game has left town.
In this episode, Felipe also sheds light on some of the various community engagement programing that will take place prior to the game. Among these include “Super Bowl LIVE” celebration, which is the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee’s free-to-the-public fan fest that offers a highly interactive experience for fans to thoroughly enjoy. Taking place on Biscayne Boulevard in the heart of Downtown Miami, this week-long event will feature a tailgate town, fan activities, musical acts, culinary demos, sponsor activations, dance performances, water shows and special surprises. Super Bowl LIVE will take place from Saturday, January 25 – Tuesday, January 28, and again from Thursday, January 30 – Saturday, February 1, 2020 at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami.
If you haven't been to Downtown Miami in the last five years, then you haven't been at all. Miami's "new" urban core has evolved into a mosaic of world-class residential and mixed-use real estate developments intertwined with improved connectivity, mobility, and beautiful outdoor spaces. In this episode, Miami Downtown Development Authority executives Ilona Vega and Neal Schafers join us for an in-depth look at the pipeline of flagship projects and game-changing community enhancement initiatives that are redefining the landscape of Downtown Miami.
This Thursday, September 12th the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce’s Real Estate Council and the Miami Association of Realtors will host their 23rd annual Real Estate Luncheon and panel discussion.
Themed “Diversifying Our Real Estate to Diversify Our Economy,” the event will feature a solution-driven discussion and exploration on a variety of hot topics impacting Miami Beach.
Leading the conversation will be moderator Susan Askew, Founder and Editor of RE:MiamiBeach with panelists, including: Alicia Cervera Lamadrid – Managing Partner, Cervera Real Estate; Matis Cohen – Principal, Kahunah Properties; Rory Greenberg – Real Estate Developer and Owners Rep, R B Green Companies; and fellow real estate industry heavy weights.
In this episode of the Miami Real Estate Podcast, Susan and Alicia join us for a special preview of Thursday’s panel.
Under the Scope ft. Craig Studnicky & Alicia Cervera Lamadrid
Dwindling new developer condo inventory paired with increasing demand has resulted in a shocking shortage of new condo inventory in Miami. Craig Studnicky, CEO of ISG World and Alicia Cervera Lamadrid, Managing Partner of Cervera Real Estate, break down this and the other the main takeaways from the recently released 2019 Miami Report: “Supply Shock.”
Under the Scope ft. Alyce Robertson
Located on the mainland across the bridge from South Beach, Downtown Miami has emerged as the Magic City's newest "IT" destination for those looking to live, work, and play. Alyce Robertson, Executive Director of the Miami Downtown Development Authority (DDA), explains why.
Under the Scope | ft. Linda Mariano, Managing Director of Marketing, Redwood Media Group
Linda Mariano, managing director of marketing for Redwood Media Group, shares insight on the evolution of art in Miami, current trends in the art world, and how to navigate the plethora of Miami Art Week fairs in this special edition of the Miami Real Estate Podcast, recorded live on-site in the Cervera Real Estate "Art of Living" lounge at Red Dot Miami Art Fair.
Under the Scope | ft. Philippe Houdard, Founder of Pipeline
Amazon’s HQ2 may not be coming to Miami, but the “Magic City” is still turning heads among Silicon Valley thought leaders and tech-industry players that now consider it one of the fastest-growing meccas for creativity, innovation, disruption, and growth. Philippe Houdard, co-founder of Pipeline Workspaces and Head of the Innovation Advisory Group for the Miami Downtown Development Authority, explains why .
Reviewing the Ameican Way Magazine's "Ultimate Guide to Miami's Best Restaurants, Bars & Cultural Attractions"
Under the Scope | ft. Bill Kearney, Editor-in-Chief - American Way Magazine
In the minds of most, Miami means beach scenes, neon-lit Deco hotels and thumping nightclubs in the core of South Beach. And for good reason—it was the most vibrant scene in town for decades. That’s all changed. These days some of the best finds in the city lie in pockets outside the normal tourist haunts. In this episode, American Way Magazine editor-in-chief Bill Kearney breaks down the Magic City’s most dynamic areas, and how to enjoy them.
Under the Scope | ft. Michael Finney, CEO - Beacon Council
Beacon Council CEO, Michael Finney takes us inside the Amazon HQ2 proposal and Miami’s effort to land one of the most sought after economic engines in the city’s history. He talks about the proposal process and predictions for the outcome in this candid Q&A with host Omar De Windt.
Miami: Under the Scope ft. Teresa Kinney, President - Miami Association of REALTORS
In this episode,Teresa Kinney, President of Miami Association of REALTORS, takes some time away from opening markets across the globe to talk "Why Miami" with our host Omar De Windt. The conversation touches on the global perception of Miami, her long-term view for traditional real estate brokerages, the most important issues facing realtors today, and more.
Miami: Under the Scope ft. Alicia Cervera Lamadrid, Managing Partner - Cervera Real Estate
In this episode, Miami power broker Alicia Cervera Lamadrid covers where we are in the current cycle, emerging markets, dirty money, sea level rise, and more during a candid Q&A with our host, Omar De Windt.
Expert insight for Miami realtors & consumers.