Even without Amazon here, Miami is already one of the fastest growing population centers in the U.S.
Here is how Miami ranks, according to the analysis of political data from 16 U.S. media markets remaining in the HQ2 race:
Mana out, Beacon Council can’t confirm The Next Miami report
Moishe Mana doesn’t want to tie up his property while waiting for Amazon’s decision
Mana Miami managing director Dylan Finger told the Herald that his properties were not included in Miami’s Amazon bid, refuting a report in the SFBJ.
Although Mana wants to remain flexible by not participating in the bid, he would be “keenly interested” in participating if Amazon does select Miami. The Beacon Council is aware of Mana’s properties, Finger said.
The sites included in the bid are still being kept secret by organizers. The number of sites remaining in the bid is now though “much lower than eight,” according to Beacon Council President Mike Finney.
At a speech last week during the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce annual economic summit, Finney read from an article published by The Next Miami about the Innovation District and Worldcenter properties being included in the bid, but said he could not verify if it was accurate, according to the Herald.