Miami/South Florida Firms

Seeing that Miami is currently getting a lot of shops moving down here, I wanted to make an extensive and up-to-date list of all firms' CRE, whether it's a debt fund, PE group, developer, owner/operator, etc. Here is what I have so far, if you think of others please comment: 

  • Starwood
  • Rialto
  • Hines
  • Nuveem
  • Blackstone
  • Blackrock
  • Fifteen Group
  • HIG Capital
  • Related Group
  • Franklin Street
  • Zions Bank
  • Lennar
  • Atlantic Pacific 
  • Eastdil
  • PGIM
  • Pretium
  • Foundry Commercial
  • Palladium
  • Millenium
  • LHH
  • Bayview 
  • Fort Partners
  • Terra
  • Swire
  • OKO
 

Yes, PB and Miami. 

Check out 1919 N Flagler (315 For-Sale / 164 Rental). Here's a summary (and a good start) to get familiar with the WPB condo/rental product in the pipeline: 1309 S Flagler (Forte / Two Roads), 1515 S Flagler (La Clara / Great Gulf), 1100 S Flagler (Bristol / Golub), 1315 S Flagler (S Flagler House / Frisbie & Hines) and 4444 N Flagler (Icon / Related)  

 

Know someone that worked there. Please do not apply for a job there. It sounded like an absolute nightmare. Below market pay for insane hours. Revolving door of associates.
 

Just be careful and talk to a former employee before you commit. 

 

What a good salary for a second/third year multifamily development associate in Miami? Interviewing for a spot and just for COL adjustment I'd need $150k in total compensation (that includes bonus) for it to make sense financially. Just not sure if that's feasible. 

 

What would be the reasonable salary and bonus expectations for Miami:

Analyst:

Associate:

Senior Associate:

Director:

VP:

What is the current norm there? Do you recommend it as a market for career growth and progression? Anyone there now and what has been your experience versus expectations?

 

What would be the current and reasonable salary and bonus expectations for Miami for these positions and their experience requirements:

Analyst:

Associate:

Senior Associate:

Director:

VP:

 

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