As South Dade’s population grows, offices follow
Written by Catherine Lackner on February 11, 2020
Snarled traffic approaching the city’s core, developing communities that become more affordable as one ventures further south, and the prospect of less congestion are luring residents to South Dade, and office uses will surely follow, observers say.
“We are seeing quite the increase in residents of southern Miami-Dade County,” said Tony Garcia, district sales manager of The Keyes Company’s Homestead office, via email. ”Most buyers are priced out of the rest of Miami area, so their only real option is to head south. The city of Homestead has seen an increase of 20,000 residents in the past three years and that is expected to grow to 125,000 in the next seven to 10 years.
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