Rene Fuentes /
MIAMI. – Confidence in investment and the guarantee of business growth and prosperity in the United States began in Florida, a leader in "high technology", with a large number of companies specialized in this vital business area.
The state is the commercial center of the Americas and serves as a gateway to all international markets. In turn, it has high purchasing power and a large, excellently trained workforce. In the same way, it summons millions of tourists every year. It also acts as a true pole of attraction for companies, not only from the United States but from all over the world.
The evident economic growth of Florida is one of the reasons why many investors decide to settle throughout its territory. If it were a country, Florida would be the 19th largest economy in the world. It is not only one of the most important states in the United States, but also one of the fastest growing in terms of population, economic evolution, personal income, employment and other indicators.
Florida is home to small, medium and large companies that find good services, access to international markets, excellent financial assistance, fast communications, a pleasant business climate and other facilities that the state administration offers.
Miami, one of the cities with the largest population in the Florida peninsula, has been attractive for years to do business among Latin Americans, with a significant presence of Cuban, Venezuelan, Brazilian, Colombian, Argentine, Dominican and Mexican investors, among others, who are helped the rapid strengthening of its economy, to consolidate itself as the center of business innovation and development of new companies.
BRICKELL CITY CENTER
Located in the heart of Brickell (in Miami), it is the most important “Financial District” in Florida. Vertically integrated, luxury, 500 thousand square feet (46,512 square meters) and with numerous high-end stores. The hotel and residential towers, as well as some offices, were inaugurated in November 2016. It has three levels dedicated to restaurants and shops, and two underground parking floors.
WEST PALM BEACH, IDEAL FOR INVESTMENT
The beautiful and thriving city is projected as another important financial center in Florida. Given this reality, the Flagler Financial District has already been formally created.
The director of Economic Development of West Palm Beach, Christopher Roog, referred to the nascent economic center: “With more than 250 companies, the time is now to codify it and give it a formal designation, which would send a signal to the world that West Palm Beach is a fantastic financial center.”
The area established as the financial district runs from Calle 7ma. to Okeechobee Blvd. and Rosemary Avenue East, to Flagler Drive, in the east of the city, where marketing studies are carried out to attract financial companies located in the northeast of the country.
The construction of new apartment complexes and the completion of the Brightline train contribute to this development and highlight the business growth of attractive Palm Beach County.