America’s Progressive Developers, Miami Edition: Carlos Fausto Miranda And Andrew Frey

[This is Part 1 in an ongoing monthly series profiling America’s Progressive Developers.]   Miami, FL — In July of 2017, I announced the beginning of a Forbes series called America’s Progressive Developers, documenting the different forward-thinking builders I met while traveling cross-country. The initial two that I’m profiling—Carlos Fausto Miranda and Andrew Frey—are fitting first choices. They are…

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Rising Sea Levels May Add to Developers’ Interest in Miami’s Inland Areas

Real estate speculation in lower-cost, higher-elevation areas of inland Miami may draw fuel from sea-level rise, according to an article published by Scientific American. Hugh Gladwin, an anthropologist at Florida International University, is starting to see evidence that sea-level rise already is playing a role in real estate speculation on Miami’s inland. Little Haiti, for example, has…

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Carlos Fausto quoted in The Real Deal’s “The Next Wynwood? Allapattah is Miami’s new hot “hood.”

Lyle Stern had his “aha” moment on a quiet Saturday afternoon last year when he visited Miami’s Allapattah neighborhood with his 11-year-old daughter. Stern, the president of Koniver Stern Group — a leading retail leasing and consulting group based in Miami Beach — took his daughter to a bodega for a $2 fresh fruit shake…

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