Developer Shahab Karmely is devoted to a more holistic tenor for our city than the of multi-million dollar transactions yielded from his One River Point development. Last month saw the One River Point Sales Gallery open its doors, an office that (appropriate as the brainchild of a man whose effortlessly erudite tone weaves our own city’s history with that of the greatest port destinations and interstitial zones of Southeast Asia), bears more the timbre of Old World museums than the wheedling sales centers of most modern luxury developments. “The idea is that you are given a curated walkthrough of the project,” says Karmely, who also took the opportunity of the opening to announce brand partnerships with B&B Italia and Gaggenau. “Unlike other projects that offer you a few renders, you walk out of our Sales Center with a full idea of what you’re getting in this product.” With further projects, including the unveiling of a much-anticipated Hallandale project coming this spring, we’re on the edge of our seats to see what this visionary developer delivers next; OneRiverPoint.com.
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We sat down with Henrik Cronqvist, Vice Dean of Lifelong Learning & Executive Education at Miami Herbert Business School, to get his thoughts on why Miami is the city everyone is moving to for tech jobs, to start their own business, get funding and develop the companies of tomorrow.