Miami’s 21st Century Economy is Taking Shape at FIU

News of Miami’s economy tends to be dominated by the city’s volatile – and often controversial – real estate market. Gleaming condos towering over Biscayne Bay and multi-million-dollar cash deals between off-shore LLCs give it an extravagance that is hard to ignore.

Foreign buyers fleeing unstable economic conditions in Latin America, Russia, and Israel are fueling a resurgence of the real estate and construction industries that were on life support just a few years ago.

Click here to read the full story by FIU alumnus Peter Smith.

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