The national and local economies are in full swing, and that is having an effect across all our local Miami neighborhoods. Adjacent to booming Wynwood and prospering Little Havana, close to significant employment centers such as the hospitals and courts, containing one of the densest urban concentrations of active industrial property, housing a solid […]
This past week Fausto Commercial organized a tour of Little Havana. Guests included Local investors, property owners, residents, and real estate professionals all gathered to learn about this exciting community and study how creatively applying business can be used for generating wealth while solving social challenges and evolving great communities. It was an honor to […]
Join us as we explore Little Havana, the evocative, nostalgic, culutral beating heart of Miami. We’ll meet with local deveopers, investors, and business owners, to give you a 360 degree perspective of the story and economics of this neighborhood, and the real estate opportunities available in it. The event will begin at the historic Tower […]
There are several misconceptions regards the proposed up-zoning of East Little Havana. While we entirely respect the opinions of those stating them, and appreciate their civic engagement, we disagree with those voices and would like to address them.
Allapattah is one step closer to an important up-zoning along its major commercial corridor, that will restore much of the density that was stripped of it with the adoption of Miami 21.
Carlos Fausto Miranda does not dis- tinguish between his commercial real estate brokerage and civic involvement. He considers his business a platform for social change. Click Here to Read Miami Today 1-29-2015
A proposal to revitalize East Little Havana by ushering in new development is stoking fears of gentrification among activists and residents of a community that in many ways has served as Miami’s Ellis Island. On Thursday, city commissioners may vote to change the zoning of a gritty but bustling 32-block stretch north of Calle Ocho […]
There is a measure going before the City of Miami Commissioners that dramatically impacts the future of our beloved neighborhood. The measure will allow for slightly higher unit densities in the area, and in some areas permit limited mixed-uses, such as corner cafes and boutique stores mixed in with apartments. Additionally, the measure is being […]
A small building parking exemption for property owners is being considered by Miami Commissioners and Carlos Fausto Miranda is at the forefront supporting this change to help unleash the strengths and abilities of the city’s creative entrepreneurs. Click Here to Read: Miami Today 10-30-2014
Click Here to Read: Miami Today 08-21-2014 – More Financiers Target multi-family properties