June 4, 2020

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From business and lifestyle, to the intangible quality of living in a multicultural, cosmopolitan global destination, some say Miami-Dade County is a magical place. The word is even in the county seat’s nickname — “The Magic City.”

It’s a magic that pervades Art Basel Miami Beach, the annual gathering that brings thousands to one of the world’s premier art events. Or It’s found amid the hype of Super Bowl LIV — coincidentally the name (“Liv”) of the hottest nightclub at Miami Beach’s venerable Fontainebleau Hotel — that will descend on the region for its 11th time in February 2020.

Among the highlights: new housing and hotels, fine dining, convenience, connectivity, culture, .multicultural residents and workforce, a place on the global map, a lack of a state income tax and low sales and corporate taxes.

Miami’s Magic Makes it a Destination for Business and Life »

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