On Friday, September 19, 2014 from 11 am to 2 pm, the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Real Estate Council and the Miami Association of Realtors come to together to host the annual Real Estate Luncheon at the luxurious Loews Hotel Miami Beach.
“Miami Tomorrow: Visionaries And Their Global Insight” will be a discussion centered around the transformative projects appearing in Miami Beach and Miami and the cities design evolution. Moderated by Architecture Critic for Vanity Fair and Author Paul Goldberger, the panel will be comprised of Landscape Architect Raymond Jungles, Executive Vice President of the Related Group Carlos Rosso, Partner at Richard Meir Architects Bernhard Karpf and CEO from the Miami Association of Realtors Teresa King Kinney. Representing a melting pot of cultures, Miami Beach and the Greater Miami area has developed into a unique city of cultural diversity and exciting architectural explorations and each panelist has a unique point of a view regarding the subject.
The title sponsor of the event will be award winning architectural interior designer Alfred Karram Jr., from AKJ Design Concepts, who received the prestigious 2013 Stars on the Rise Award by the Design Center of the Americas.
“This panel discussion will focus on the Miami of Tomorrow: A discussion with visionaries on how they engage design and development in our South Florida Communities and what makes this place unique compared to other evolving cities,” said Reinaldo Borges, Design Principal of Miami based architecture firm Borges + Associates and Chairman of the Chamber’s Real Estate Council. “The discussion will also address how this creative process affects the value and dynamics of our Real Estate Market and creates value and an enhanced sense of place in our communities. We were thoughtful when selecting this all-star panel that are shaping the landscape of South Florida and the world and world renowned moderator Paul Goldberger who has written extensively on Architecture in America and the American City, this is a thought provoking conversation to expand the conversation on this most active Real Estate Market which is the focus of the World development and investment community.”
“The Chamber’s Real Estate Council is fortunate to have Reinaldo’s leadership and insight as a prominent Architect in his own right, and does an outstanding job of identifying the shifts and trends in our real estate market and bringing together the community to educate its leaders,” said Michael S. Goldberg, Chairman of the Chamber and SVP of Gibraltar Private Bank & Trust. “I look forward to hearing these dynamic panelists as they explore the unique nuances of design and architecture in Miami Beach and the surrounding areas.”
The world renowned moderator Paul Goldberger is an American architectural critic and educator, and a Contributing Editor for Vanity Fair magazine. From 1997 to 2011 he was the Architecture Critic for The New Yorker where he wrote the magazine’s celebrated “Sky Line” column. He also holds the Joseph Urban Chair in Design and Architecture at The New School in New York City. He was formerly Dean of the Parsons School of Design , a division of The New School. The Huffington Post has said that he is “arguably the leading figure in architecture criticism.”
The Real Estate Council at the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce hosts informational seminars and workshops with the goal of sharing experiences and offering guidelines to other Chamber members within the real estate industry. Please RSVP to this event as soon as possible before it sells out to guarantee your spot at this exciting event. You can RSVP by calling the chamber at 305-674-1300.
General admission tickets are available for $70, or $60 for Chamber Pillar members. Table sponsorships are available for $750. For more information on the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, visit www.miamibeachchamber.com or visit us on Twitter@MiamiBeachBiz or Facebook: Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce.
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