Will waterfront properties continue to trade at a premium given the rising frequency of superstorms? How should real estate developers, such as Howard Hughes Corporation, re-think inventory and portfolio allocation?
Miami's biggest real estate developer will have to face the music sooner or later. As Will Smith notes: “Yo I heard the rain storms ain’t nuttin’ to mess wit / but I can’t feel a drip on the strip, it’s a trip.”
Climate change has the potential to destroy Marriott International’s business as we know it. From its resorts nestled along the beautiful white sandy beaches of the Caribbean to its majestic mountain ski lodges, Marriott is profitable when weather is stable […]
In order to mitigate the effects of climate change, Miami-Dade County should encourage urban infill development and invest in inland infrastructure to incentivize its population to move from beach front areas to inland areas.
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