There’s international gold along this coast.
The 120 miles separating Florida City in Miami- Dade County north through Broward County to the city of Tequesta in Palm Beach County, respectively the state’s three most populace counties and collectively known as “Florida’s Gold Coast,” has become a global destination for business, trade, travel, and tourism.
With 6.1 million people, the more than 100 cities in the Miami MSA include such destinations as Miami, Coral Gables, Miramar, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Delray Beach, and West Palm Beach. A more than $350 billion combined gross regional product puts it among the world’s top 40 economies. It’s the second-largest international banking center in the U.S., and more than 1,400 multinational companies are at home in the “tricounty” region — a destination whose 75 foreign consulates and trade offices are second most in the country.