South Florida Redevelopment Conference

Announcing the 2nd Annual South Florida Redevelopment Conference

Join us on March 12 & 13, 2020, for Bilzin Sumberg's invite-only South Florida Redevelopment Conference: Successful Strategies & Untapped Opportunities.

This exclusive conference will highlight emerging development trends, successful strategies, and unique opportunities for redevelopment in South Florida, including alternatives to traditional commercial and residential development models; untapped opportunities for public/private partnerships, adaptive re-use, and other redevelopment; and affordable and workforce housing. For a summary of the conference panels and more information on our speakers, we invite you to view the full conference agenda.

KEYNOTE: New South Florida Stations and Transit Development Incubation with Virgin Trains USA
Virgin Trains USA, and its public counterpart Tri-Rail, are pursuing new stations that will incubate development into new urban nodes. With three Virgin Train stations operational in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, and two other stations planned for Aventura and the Port of Miami, South Florida is on the cusp of a major transformation. Miami-Dade County Mayor Gimenez and Virgin Trains USA President Patrick Goddard will discuss their broad visions of transportation and development in South Florida and beyond.

About the Conference

Bilzin Sumberg held its first annual South Florida Redevelopment Conference in 2018, which highlighted emerging development trends and the latest changes in the South Florida market. The Conference brings together in- and out-of-state developers looking for new opportunities, as well as engineers, architects, planners, and government officials and staff engaged in real estate development and procurement in South Florida.

Panel discussions cover successful strategies and unique opportunities for redevelopment in South Florida, including land use & zoning, real estate P3s, transit-oriented development, tax strategies for real estate developers, development within opportunity zones, and the many faces of adaptive reuse.

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