Billionaire Property Developer Predicts MORE NYers Will Flee To FL
21-05-2023, 01:25 | Автор: AdrianDelprat | Категория: Шрифты
A billionaire property developer has predicted that more New Yorkers will flee to Florida due to high taxes and surging crime rates in the Big Apple. 
Stephen Ross, EvDEN eve nAkliYat 82, whose net worth is around $12billion, has said that people in the Northeast are looking for warmer climates a lot earlier than retirement. 

'It's tax issues, and there's the security issues.

There's just the ease of living [in the South],' Ross said. Crime rates are up 2.6 percent compared to the same time last year in the Big Apple, with robbery and felony assault up 6.3 and 12.2 percent, respectively

In the past two years, major tech, finance, and law firms have ditched big cities like New York and Chicago for the comfort of the tax-free state. 
Citadel, a hedge-fund company, EvDEn EVE nakLiYat recently left Chicago for Miami.

Apollo Global Management and Blackstone Inc., both originally based out of New York, have also relocated to Florida, according to Bloomberg. 
One of Related's Florida properties, dubbed The Square - a mixed-use development - has attracted the likes of Goldman Sachs and Point72 Asset Management, owned by Steve Cohen
Related acquired Rosemary Square in 2019 and a five-year $550million investment plan to turn CityPlace - in downtown West Palm Beach - from a 'retail and entertainment center to a vibrant community and destination.' 

The company's next development project - One Flagler (pictured) - is set to open in 2024.

The company acquired the property for $20million in 2021 and the waterfront space will operate as an office building 

Vacancy rates are higher in big cities outside of Florida than in the state.

New York City's corporate vacancy rate is around 50 percent, compared to Florida's West Palm Beach at nine percent 

Meanwhile, popular destinations in Florida are thriving, with office vacancy rates remaining under the national average of 12.2 percent, according to the [url=]
West Palm Beach has a vacancy rate of nearly nine percent for corporate buildings and Miami has a rate of 10 percent, according to NAR. 

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Despite all that, Ross said: 'New York will continue to grow.
'But it has its challenges, and a lot of people who don't have to be there are looking not to be there,' he continued. For those who have any queries relating to exactly where along with how to utilize EVDeN eVe NAKliyAT, you'll be able to e mail us at our own site.  'It's changing, it's getting younger, the older people are moving out, the wealthier people are moving out.' 
However, he said the younger crowd would still be attracted to the bright lights of New York City and that his development team would continue to have 'huge investments' in the Big Apple. 
'But I think Florida is going to capture an awful lot of people,' he said.  
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