Already the top destination for migrating New Yorkers (U.S. Census Bureau), Miami’s home state of Florida collects zero income tax, making Manhattan’s sister to the south even more attractive to buyers and investors in the wake of recent Federal Tax reforms.
Miami is the only city in the world that combines the cosmopolitan lifestyle of a thriving financial center with the carefree glamour of a tropical resort.
Largest concentration of international banks south of New York: 87 financial institutions and 33 foreign bank agencies
Gateway to Latin America: Home to 1400 multinational corporations
Top 20 Worldwide city in Gross Metropolitan Product
Ranked 9th Worldwide for economic activity
Miami International Airport: 150 Global Destinations
PortMiami: #1 passenger port globally and China’s largest trade partner. Global HQ for five leading cruise lines
Virgin Trains USA (medium speed rail): Connecting connect Miami to Tampa. Represents $6.4 billion USD in direct economic impact to Florida’s economy over the next eight years.
America’s top tourist destination: 4.25 million visitors in Q1 2015 (Source: Smith Travel Research – April 2015)
Healthcare: 33 hospitals. Baptist Hospital of Miami ranked as one of the highest performing hospital systems in the country. Baskin Palmer ranked #1 in the U.S. for Eye Medical Tourism.
Education: University of Miami ranked top 50 in the U.S. Florida Int. University College of Business ranked top 10 in USA/Top 15 in Int. Real Estate.
Arts & Entertainment: Downtown Miami has the highest concentration of cultural institutions in the Southeast U.S.
Home to Art Basel Miami Beach
Miami is one of the only cities in the U.S. to house all five major sports teams.
Beaches: 84 miles of Atlantic Ocean coastline, 15-miles of world-famous beaches.
Miami is the only major “subtropical” city in continental U.S.; average temperature 75 F/ 23 C.
Only a few cities in the world can claim the same rapid growth, sustainability, and rise to global recognition as Miami… and indicators point to its continued growth. The city is a tropical waterfront paradise where people from around the world choose to meet, entrepreneurs gather, and is known as the capitol of South and Central America.
$1M USD buys you how many square feet of prime property across the world
Miami prime waterfront real estate remains significantly more affordable than other leading global cities.