WATCH: SoFla developers, strategists on why hotel-branded condos continue to win

But panelists admit Airbnb continues to be a formidable rival in mid-tier projects

Miami /
Nov.November 19, 2018 09:45 AM

At The Real Deal‘s fifth annual Miami Real Estate Showcase & Forum, South Florida’s managing editor Ina Cordle moderated a discussion among some of the region’s top players in hospitality. The wide-spanning conversation ranged in topics from competing with Airbnb to the value-add of a certain hotel’s brand.

Panelists included Benjamin Sinclair of Faena Group, Louise Sunshine of The Sunshine Group, Edgardo Defortuna of Fortune International Realty and David Arditi of Aria Development Group.

Check out the full video above and read more coverage from the event here.


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