People today are looking for convenience -- whether that's across town or across the world. The Metrorail and Metromover aren’t the only forms of transportation making waves in Miami. Just take the orange line down and you’ll be at Miami’s International Airport, which has become increasingly linked to travel, tourism -- and, more recently, real estate. As a real estate development group, it’s tough to ignore how real estate and transportation is intertwined. Increasing foreign interest and accessibility of flights in Miami are proving that air travel is closely linked to real estate, and developers should be on the lookout. There are a growing number of nonstop flights European and South American airlines have begun implementing nonstop flights into Miami. With more international interest, Miami has become an international hub for travelers creating a new demand for nonstop flights. Without a layover, buyers are able to fly from international hubs into South Florid...
- Miami's airport is seeing an influx of nonstop international flights
- A city with worldwide accessibility is attractive to business workers who travel
- Miami is accessible as both a main residence and or a place to stay on the weekends or seasonally