The official newsletter of the Metropolitan Center, The Metro, is now available. The first issue of 2015 is filled with events, projects, and training programs from the past year. Take a look at what we've been up to!
Mr. Rosado is President of Rosado and Associates, an urban planning and economic development strategy firm based in Miami, as well as an instructor in graduate and professional programs at the University of Miami and Florida International University.
Our 4th Annual State of the South Florida Economy MetroForum was a success! Presentations are now available on our website.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015, 8:30 am - 11:30 am, Hyatt Regency Miami Guest Speakers: Tom Hudson, VP of News and Special Correspondent, WLRN South Florida Lars Gilberts, Statewide ALICE Director, United Way of Broward County Kevin T. Greiner, JD, MUP, IBI, FIU Metropolitan Center Research Fellow Michael Maxwell, Managing Partner, MAXWELL + Partners. Special Presentation By: Dr. Ned Murray, AICP, FIU Metropolitan Center Economic Indicator Project
Kevin Greiner, JD, MUP, Planner & Economic Analyst, has over 25 years of experience with all aspects of complex high profile economic development projects. His expertise includes master planning, land planning, real estate investment economics and feasibility, smart growth development, economic repositioning, small business creation policy, real estate acquisition and disposition, and market intelligence. He will be contributing analysis to the Center's economic development projects.
The MDEAT report is an Annual Report Card on the State of the Black Community in Miami-Dade County.
Come join us at our next MetroForum! The Hurricane Threat: Issues in Coastal Vulnerability MetroForum will be held at the FIU Broward Pines Center in Pembroke Pines.
The FIU Metropolitan Center is working with Broward County officials to address growing affordable housing issues.
As a part of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI)launched by President Obama in 2010, FIU will be hosting 25 young fellows from sub-Saharan nations this summer. The Metropolitan Center was tasked with developing the public management curriculum for those fellows.