The brilliant future of Miami in 3 news
Recognized as a capital that is the bridge between the economies and cultures of Latin America and the United States, Miami has higher hopes, and these are the three landmarks that make it is future even brighter.
Brightline train to Aventura. Mobility in Miami has always been a complicated subject because using a car is almost a necessity, with the traffic and pollution implications that this entails, but all of this has changed thanks to the Brightline trains, which little by little have allowed the residents and tourists to have a reliable alternative to the endless highways. With the approval of a 76-million-dollar budget from the Miami-Dade commissioners to make this connection a reality, the Aventura Station is estimated to be built in October 2020, and this new route will start at an attractive price.
New Virgin Hotel. It doesn’t matter where in the world he is or in what of business he decides to put his money (and his capital) in, Sir Richard Branson must be paid attention to, because he has proven to be a true King Midas. Planned to open in 2023, the new Virgin will be located at 1040 S. Miami Avenue at Brickell and it will have around 250 rooms and an interesting entertainment and food offer, which includes a space for the famous Commons Club – the flagship restaurant for the chain – and another for the Funny Library Coffee Shop, with its offer of fun books and games. With Brickell City Centre only a few blocks always, this hotel is destined to surprise.
Modernization of the Miami International Airport. It is estimated that for the year 2040, the main airport in Florida will host 77 million passengers a year (in 2018 it already surpassed the 45 million), which makes it necessary to prepare for such a considerable number of users. This led the Miami-Dade commission to approve 5 billion dollars to make a group of reforms, growths, and improvements. Changes in the terminals to be able to receive different size airplanes, two new hotels and an extension of the hangars, among others are part of the projects that will be developed in the next 10 years. These changes assure the tourist, investor, and resident that the plane arrival and departure of Miami will be a pleasant experience.