COMMERCIAL & INVESTMENT PROPERTY
MIAMI COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE
Commercial Real Estate in Miami
Miami continues to be a hotspot for both local and international investors who are snatching up commercial real estate in South Florida, including properties in Miami, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Pinecrest, Palmetto Bay, Hialeah, Doral, Medley & Homestead.
Commercial real estate opportunities in Miami are constantly changing, as are inventories for the various classes of commercial real estate. We focus our insight and expertise in recognizing the opportunities that are present, not only reviewing the existing supply of commercial properties, but identifying new areas of growth and future value in Miami for the next commercial trend.
We focus on these constant changes and always seek new frontiers to create value. The Florida Commercial Team ensures that our clients are able to take advantage of every commercial real estate opportunity.
The Florida Commercial Team offers
an extensive knowledge of the
Commercial Real Estate market
in Miami-Dade, Broward and
Palm Beach Counties.
Invest in Miami Commercial Real Estate
Investors looking to maximize their investment funds choose commercial real estate in Miami and surrounding cities for a variety of reasons. There is an extensive selection of commercial properties for sale. Many companies are relocating their headquarters to Miami or opening branch offices to extend their reach into the Caribbean, Central and South American market. They find excellent opportunities in office buildings and office condominiums.
Distribution and manufacturing companies can choose from a large selection of warehouses for sale or lease in Miami, Doral, Medley and Hialeah - cities that are already home to many manufacturing and distribution industries.
Commercial Real Estate Listings
The Florida Commercial Team, as experts in Commercial Real Estate, represent virtually every type of commercial real estate one would expect in a world class city, including:
- Warehouse and Distribution
We provide the full scope of commercial real estate consulting services including brokerage, sales, leasing, and
Florida Commercial Team
Paul Silverstein, P.A.
Broker - Sr.VP., Commercial Division
President, Florida Commercial Team LLC
Commercial & Investment Property
Realtor - CIPS, ABR
Luxury & Investment Property
Director of Marketing
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Choose the Florida Commercial Team
Paul Silverstein, the President of the Florida Commercial Team, has been successfully selling commercial real estate in Miami for more than 30 years. He is the recipient of numerous awards from RE/MAX International including the prestigious Platinum Award, 100% Club Award, the Executive Award, and the coveted Hall of Fame Award.
In 2012 he was recognized by RE/MAX International as the #1 Top Selling Commercial Real Estate Associate in Miami/Dade, Broward & Palm Beach Counties.
In 2009 he was recognized by RE/MAX International as the #1 Top Selling Commercial Associate in the State of Florida, and has been one of the Top 10 Commercial Real Estate Associates in Florida every year since.
He has also been named by the National Association of Realtors as being in the ½ of 1% of Realtors nationwide.
Having spent all of his adult life in South Florida, he has a unique depth of knowledge and understanding of the myriad changes that have made South Florida a national and international destination for investors and developers.
Issabella Silverstein has been successfully selling real estate, investment and lender owned asset properties for fourteen years. She holds numerous designations including the prestigious Certified International Property Specialists (CIPS). Issabella is certified as an Accredited Buyers Agent (ABR) and has been approved as a Certified Foreclosure Specialist (CFP. She is also a member of the U.S. GREEN Building Council (USBC).
Issabella has acted as an advisor to real estate developers from South America for luxury residential projects in South Florida, as well as assisted lenders in the disposition of their foreclosure properties.
Educated at Columbia University´s School of Architecture, her strong background in architecture and interior design allows her to offer innovative, full service real estate solutions for her clientele. With a Venezuelan and Italian background, Issabella is fluent in English, Spanish, Italian and French.
Bob Silverstein, as the Director of Marketing, is responsible for all web-based marketing. With an MBA from Nova Southeastern University and over twenty years´ experience in Marketing & Business Development, Bob is well qualified to promote our client´s properties utilizing the Internet and social media.
Debborah D´Angelo, as a Bilingual Realtor Associate, represents sellers and buyers in the South Florida market. She is skilled in marketing and negotiating her client's listings and provides buyer representation. She also monitors and administers the team´s ongoing marketing and business development efforts.
Together, the Florida Commercial Team offers more than forty five years of qualified experience representing our clients in buying and selling Commercial Real Estate in Miami and surrounding cities. Our clients rely on us as trusted advisors to ensure the successful acquisition and disposition Miami Commercial Real Estate.
Contact us today for exceptional service with the highest ethical standards.
Paul Silverstein, P.A.
President, Florida Commercial Team LLC
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Warehouse and Distribution
RE/MAX Commercial sold $8 Billion in commercial real estate in 2014
7220 Red Road,Coral Gables, Florida 33143
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Coral Gables Development & Project Site
232 Zamora Avenue Coral Gables, Florida
Site Size: 9,900 SF
Project size: Eleven (11) Condominium Units
Parking: Private garages The 232 Zamora Project is an extraordinary infill development opportunity in one of the most after locations in Coral Gables, Florida. Located in North Coral Gables, the site is ideally suited for this boutique residential condominium project.
This is an ideal developer opportunity. Drive by but do not disturb tenants.
Miami’s downtown core continues its unprecedented transformation into a densely populated residential urban hub. How is that development being served by the current and future mass transit systems, and will these systems be able to manage the population that will be living in this new “Manhattan of the South”? Are developers keying in and building due to mass transit or is mass transit driving this development and is the only practical solution to high density populations?
One answer may be the ongoing effort by urban planners, developers and city governments to bring functional mass transit systems to this major metropolitan area. It is an old but effective formula.
IS MASS TRANSIT DRIVING URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN MIAMI?
Back in the day, when railroads began crisscrossing the nation, cities would spring up and coalesce around major railroad hubs due to the ease of moving people and products. While today’s mass transits mostly focuses on moving people, the result is the same - location plus convenience equals population growth.
Take Downtown Miami, for example, arguably the King Kong of the urban development explosion in Florida. There are currently over 20,000 new condominiums planned, as well as the Miami World Center and Brickell City Centre; millions of square feet of concurrent office and retail projects intended to service this anticipated population, with mass transit offered as the best choice to deal with the anticipated traffic issues that will accompany this tremendous growth.
But that doesn’t tell the whole story. There are questions as to whether even robust mass transit will actually be the solution to dense population growth.
For example, Downtown Miami is still serviced by its 1980s-built Metrorail system and its baby cousin, the Metromover. It was designed with a projected ridership of 200,000 commuters per year back in the late 1970s. Fast forward to 2015 and the average daily ridership has reached a high of 105,000 per year, almost half of what was projected more than 30 years ago. It is clear that projecting the use of mass transit is a difficult task.
On the plus side, the expansion of the Metrorail into the Miami International Airport, along with the construction of new light rail systems connecting to the existing mass transit systems, adding buses to the streets as was promised in a half penny sales tax increase years ago, will go a long way towards increasing ridership and the perceived value and usability of mass transit in South Florida.
City officials are also doing their part to make the urban mass transit dream a reality. They are seriously considering that new residential structures in Downtown Miami and surrounding neighborhoods (such as Wynwood, with its “Live, Work, Play” concept) and on smaller parcels of land within walking distance (500 feet) of a busline or Metrorail stop, may be built without any parking for its residents. The justification is that these soon-to-be dense urban areas are close to mass transit, so the people living there are likely to reduce their reliance on cars and take advantage of a robust mass transit system.
They may be correct, but it is also possible that city planners may have to build parking garages, at taxpayer expense, if those assumptions prove wrong. Only time will tell.
The reality is that there will be thousands of residents living in Downtown Miami and they will need to be served by mass transit.
Hopefully, a mass transit system that serves more residents will be the impetus for additional mass transit systems, such as trollies and light rails, to interface with the current systems more efficiently.
The question remains whether mass transit is driving property development in the city core, or whether property development in the city core is driving the need for mass transit.
One thing is clear: Miami’s Downtown urban core is experiencing explosive growth. There will be a significant increase in building density. Take a ride on the Metrorail/Metromover and see it for yourself.