A Masterful Plan

A Masterful Plan

Located in North Miami, Turnberry Associates’ and LeFrak’s latest development is destined to become South Florida’s next iconic neighborhood. The premier,184-acre master-planned community will rise at 15045 Biscayne Boulevard – just south of Aventura – on the largest remaining parcel of undeveloped land in South Florida east of Biscayne Boulevard.

A welcoming place to live, stay, work and play, SoLe Mia Miami will feature SoLe Mia Mainstreet with approximately 1,400,000 square feet of lifestyle shopping, chef-driven restaurants, an indoor food hall & fresh market, entertainment venues and office space.

Pedestrian Friendly

Pedestrian Friendly

This pedestrian-friendly, open- air lifestyle center is being designed to dramatically reshape and revitalize the community landscape. SoLe Mia Miami will be anchored by popular retailers a high-end cinema with table service, gourmet grocery and an auto dealership. Surrounded by 37 acres of parks and recreation, the master-planned community will be zoned for 4,390 residences.

Centrally Located

Centrally Located

SoLe Mia Miami is adjacent to Florida International University and accessible to Oleta River State Park. It is ideally situated just 20 minutes from Miami Beach and near three key access points to the upscale, densely populated communities of North Miami, Miami Beach, Bay Harbor Islands, Aventura, and Sunny Isle Beach.

Turnberry Associates and LeFrak are utilizing their collective strengths and expertise to build a community that will become a landmark destination and a driving force for growth and progress.

Trade Area Profile

Trade Area Profile

(FIVE MILE RADIUS)


Population: 399,074
Median Age: 35-49
Households: 158,790
Annual Consumer Expenditure: $8.14 B
Non-Retail: $4.67 B
Retail expenditure: $3.47B

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Origin of overnight visitor

Origin of Overnight Visitor

Among domestic visitors, the majority visiting Miami traveled from the Northeast region, accounting for just over 3.8 million visitors. Increasing substantially compared to 2014 (up 9.7%), Latin America continues to be the largest contributor of international visitors to Miami, accounting for a little over 5 million visitors in 2015.

In 2015, of the 15.4 million overnight visitors to Miami, 48.4% were international and 51.6% were domestic.

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Economic Impact of Overnight Visitors

Economic Impact of Overnight Visitors

In 2015, Miami sold a record 14.4 million hotel room nights. Overnight visitors spent a record $24.4 billion in direct expenditures in Greater Miami and the Beaches, an increase of 2.3% over 2014. The increase was reflected across all tourism categories The primary expenditure increases were in Meals, Transportation and Entertainment, driven largely by international visitors, who accounted for 61% of total spending. The average daily expenditure per visitor was $272.84, with the average expenditure per person per visit exceeding $1,574. Applying the industry accepted multiplier of 1.5, the total direct and indirect benefit to the Greater Miami economy equalled $36.6 billion.

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