WATCH: TRD publisher Amir Korangy interviews Brightline CEO Patrick Goddard

Patrick Goddard said that the Orlando leg will be up and running by 2021

Nov.November 20, 2018 08:45 AM

At The Real Deal‘s fifth annual Miami Real Estate Showcase & Forum, publisher Amir Korangy had a fireside chat with Brightline CEO Patrick Goddard about the $4 billion project. Goddard said that the Orlando leg will be up and running by 2021 and, after Orlando, Brightline has its sights set on Tampa.

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

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