“Downtown Miami is no longer an employment-only district where most people work during the day and leave at night,” Philippe Houdard, co-founder of Pipeline, tells GlobeSt.com. “People are now attracted to the area for its vibrancy and 24-7 culture. We designed the first Pipeline location with this in mind and created a work concept that represents the Miami of the future: creativity, innovation, and an entrepreneurial spirit.”
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The new trend in Miami is a cocktail culture of proper lounges, dive bars and speakeasies. Here the venue size matters less than the quality of your nightlife experience.
ACTIVATING THE DOWNTOWN MIAMI WATERFRONT: “The new design for Resorts World Miami will bring to life one of Miami’s most underutilized pieces of waterfront land after decades of inactivity,” architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia tells The Herald. The idea is to create a gathering place where people can finally stroll or dine overlooking Biscayne Bay…
The Miami Herald; Even though gaming legislation died this session, the need for gaming lawyers is exploding in South Florida with no signs of a letup, with firms like Bilzin Sumberg & Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, P.L. leading the charge.
George Markantonix, the president and managing director of Kernzer International (Bahamas), is nervous about the Genting Group’s big plans for a grand resort and casino in downtown Miami aka Resorts World Miami.
Here’s his quote from The Nassau Guardian:
“Markantonis called the Genting Group ‘high caliber’ and felt The Bahamas would have to greatly ‘up its game’ if the development ever came to fruition.”