As Development Manager at Hyde Midtown, Javier Cuadros is responsible for orchestrating all aspects of the job, day in and day out, to assure a successful project execution. “I started my career studying architecture in Spain,” he says. “I finished my degree in the U.S. and worked as an architect for 8 years before moving into development. I was always fascinated by the role of the developer.” Today, he has been in real estate development for 16 years and couldn’t be happier. “The most fulfilling aspect of working on Hyde Midtown is being part of the evolution of an exciting and growing neighborhood that is widely considered to be the next natural step for Miami’s hip urban living,” he says. “It’s close to everything — art, design, entertainment, dining, etc. — and there’s a coolness factor not found elsewhere. And I enjoy being part of The Related Group, an organization that always aspires for excellence as it continually contributes to the quality and growth of our city.”; HydeMidtownMia.com.
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