PHOTOS: Inside The Real Deal Miami’s fourth annual showcase & forum

Event included five panels, 46 exhibitors and 4,500 attendees

Nov.November 02, 2017 10:30 AM

Thousands packed The Real Deal’s fourth annual Miami Real Estate Showcase and Forum last week to hear from top developers, brokers and politicians about the latest trends and challenges in the industry.

More than 4,500 real estate brokers, investors and developers attended the event, held at Soho Studios in Wynwood.

Forty-six exhibitors, including new development projects, lenders and brokerages, lined the path to the panel room, where Moishe Mana kicked off the event with a one-on-one with TRD South Florida’s Managing Editor Ina Cordle.

Missed the event? Check out our coverage of the panels:

– South Florida’s top developer on selling condos in a post-boom market [read]
TRD’s residential panel tackled sensible pricing and sexual harassment in the workplace [read]
– A discussion on sea level rise in the wake of Irma, as well as a look at Miami’s retail market [read]

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