Moving Forward in Miami

In Florida, Downtown Miami is the destination for global business. A thriving economy, strong business sectors, instant connectivity, extensive social and cultural offerings and an active and vibrant residential community come together to form our global cosmopolitan city.

Companies strategically choose Downtown Miami to be a part of the city’s core… a tropical waterfront paradise where worlds meet, entrepreneurs gather, and the Americas are centered.

Whether opening, expanding or relocating a business, the Miami Downtown Development Authority will connect you to city, county and state agencies as well as other businesses and organizations to facilitate real growth and sustained success.

Top Reasons to Choose Downtown

Business is Booming – With more than $10 Billion in international investment underway and over 40 development projects on the books, Downtown Miami defies national and global economic trends.

Talented Workforce – We are home to a diverse, multilingual and highly educated workforce essential for business needs, with many more professionals choosing to work in Miami every year.

Climate for Business – Florida is the fourth best state in the U.S. to do business according to the Tax Foundation. Couple that with competitive costs of doing business, and Miami is an attractive choice.

Access – Downtown has the best public transportation system in the State of Florida, including the free MetroMover and trolley systems, joined by a top-tier international airport and seaport.

For more infomation on why Downtown Miami is the best choice to establish or expand your business take a look at our Downtown Miami: Business First brochure, available in English, Spanish, Portugese, Mandarin and French.

Downtown Miami Fast Facts

235,000 Daytime Population

88,540 Residential Population

$97,671 Average Household Income

20M Sq Ft Exsisting Class A & B Office

3.6M Sq Ft Exsisting Retail Space



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