The Real Deal to launch annual South Florida showcase Oct. 23

All-day event in Design District includes panel discussions, development sales booths

TRD New York /
Jul.July 16, 2014 05:30 PM

South Florida real estate is drawing national and global attention, and the region’s leading industry publication is launching an annual event that will capture the market’s enthusiasm.

The Real Deal is hosting its South Florida Forum & Showcase on October 23. The event will be held at the Moore Building in Miami’s Design District, and will be open and advertised to the general public. A who’s who of brokers, developers and architects is set to attend the all-day showcase and participate in panel discussions about the biggest issues affecting South Florida’s real estate industry. More than 2,000 real estate enthusiasts and consumers are expected to check out the 30 new development sales booths and project models from New York City and Miami.

With The Real Deal’s readership of more than 130,000 real estate professionals in print and more than 1.3 million monthly visitors online, this forum and showcase will be South Florida’s premier opportunity for developers to market their projects and for brokers to show off their featured listings. Don’t miss out on being a part of this unique event.

For tickets, visit www.TheRealDeal.com/SoFlaForum

For sponsorship information call (212) 254-7400 or e-mail [email protected]

Event Schedule

DEVELOPERS PANEL

SIZING UP THE LATEST BOOM
Where is South Florida at in the current preconstruction cycle?

BROKERS PANEL

A GROWING BUYER POOL
Domestic purchasers have return to join established foreign investors. How will this impact pricing?

ARCHITECTS PANEL

WHAT’S NEXT FOR CONDO DESIGN?
In a crowded and competitive market, how can projects stand out from the pack?


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