The City of Sunny Isles Beach recently hosted an Aventura Marketing Council (AMC) Breakfast Meeting highlighting a “progress, prosperity and luxury on the rise” report presented by Mayor Norman S. Edelcup. Good news about record-setting tourism trends in Miami-Dade was also shared by guest speaker Bill Talbert, President and CEO of the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB).
AMC Chair Cliff Schulman of Weiss, Serota, Helfman welcomed hundreds of business and community leaders gathered at the Trump International Beach Resort in Sunny Isles Beach, which is proud to be home of the Forbes Travel Guide five-star rated Acqualina Resort & Spa, as well as the four-star Trump International Beach Resort.
On behalf of the Sunny Isles Beach City Commission, Mayor Edelcup invited everyone to join in celebrating the city’s 16th anniversary in June. “We’re so proud of our city, leading the county in new construction with nine new residential projects that will add another $3 billion to our tax base, already close to $7 billion. In just a couple of years, Sunny Isles Beach, spanning just one square mile, will have a $10 billion tax base. We now have ten new parks and one of the finest K-8 schools, so successful, that we’re adding twelve classrooms.
“All of our city commissioners, past and present, have worked diligently to heighten quality of life, transforming Sunny Isles Beach into an internationally -renowned community. This mission is facilitated by win-win partnerships we’ve forged with premier developers, Miami-Dade Public Schools and the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau.” Continue reading