Created with Sketch.
Miami Real Estate Podcast
40 minutes | Dec 3, 2021
Dr.Hardin — Charter School Impact on Housing Premiums | Ep. 63
Dr. William G. Hardin lll was appointed Interim Dean of the College of Business from Florida International University in May of 2021. In 2020, Hardin was ranked No. 3 in the world for real estate research productivity from 2015 – 2019 by the Real Estate Academic Leadership (REAL) Author Rankings. Over the course of a 20-year academic career, Hardin has authored or co-authored 50 papers on topics including commercial real estate investment, foreclosures, corporate governance, residential real estate, and REIT financial structure. Dr. Hardin joins us to discuss his recent study, The Housing Price Premium Associated with Charter Schools. This existing literature documents the relationship between public school quality and a residential real estate price premium. Hardin discusses how charter schools impact the residential real estate market here in Miami-Dade and Broward County areas. A key to follow is how the overall quality of a school determines this classification and why (8:00). This overview answers the unspoken question we have all been wondering; are charter schools gentrifying surrounding neighborhoods? (7:22) Followed by this discussion, Hardin shares his “why Miami” point of view (22:27) and the importance of talent within the workforce here in the city (30:24). Host: Omar De Windt Producers: Veronica Aizpurua, Octavio Alvarez Follow: Spotify / Apple Podcasts / YouTube
20 minutes | Nov 26, 2021
Meg Daly — The Underline Construction Update | Ep. 62
Miami’s first-ever linear park project is not one to be missed. You may have spotted this park while strolling through Brickell, this unparalleled project is redefining the outdoor experience here in the city (2:30). The Underline is revolutionizing the land below Miami’s Metrorail system and converting the space into an interconnecting ten-mile linear park, urban trail, and public art destination (5:29). The ten-mile space is set to span from its completed phase one located in Brickell Station, reaching the third and final phase for the last stop on Miami’s Metrorail, the Dadeland South station (12:29). Phase two of construction has recently begun and founder Meg Daly joins us in this episode to discuss the ongoing project and what this means for our community. Host: Omar De Windt Producer: Veronica Aizpurua Follow: Spotify / Apple Podcasts / YouTube
16 minutes | Nov 19, 2021
Mayor Daniella Levine Cava | Ep. 61
Daniella Levine Cava was elected Miami-Dade County's first-ever woman Mayor in November 2020. She entered the Mayor's office following a 40-year career as a relentless advocate for South Florida families in public service and elected leadership. In this episode, Mayor Daniella Levine Cava joins us for a conversation about some of the important issues that impacted Miami's real estate community this year, and hot topics going into 2022. She reflects on the Surfside building collapse tragedy (2:09); addresses the need for sustainable growth in Miami and Miami Beach, following a year where New Yorkers and Californians emigrated to Florida in mass (8:26); and shares her take on why improving public transportation in Miami’s metropolitan core is critical in the years ahead (11:13). As Miami-Dade County's Mayor, Daniella Levine Cava oversees a metropolitan government with more than 28,000 employees serving nearly 3 million residents, managing an annual budget of approximately $9 billion. Hosts: Omar De Windt; Alicia Cervera Lamadrid Producers: Octavio Alvarez; Veronica Aizpurua Follow: Spotify / Apple Podcasts / YouTube
50 minutes | Sep 4, 2021
Kyle Plesa – Tik Tok, Reels, Google Ads & SEO | Ep. 60
Kyle Plesa is the founder of the Fort Lauderdale-based Social Group digital marketing agency. He joins us today to highlight four digital marketing channels that the modern realtor should have in their marketing mix: Tik Tok; Instagram Reels, Google Ads, and SEO. In this episode, Kyle explains what these channels are, why and when you should be using them, and tips for doing so correctly. About Our Guest: Kyle Plesa is the CEO and Founder of The Social Group, a digital marketing and advertising house located in downtown Fort Lauderdale and Miami Beach. Having grown up in the South Florida area and starting his career with the Miami Dolphins Corporate Partnerships Division, he obtained his Master’s degree in Sports Marketing from the University of Miami as well as a degree in Economics of the European Union from Charles University in Prague. Kyle’s passion lies in visual storytelling to build brand equity and awareness through advanced social media marketing and content creation. He is a student of data and analytics that supports brand ROI and earned revenue. After launching the social media channels for Brightline and the Pegasus World Cup Invitational, The Social Group continues to market brands and companies from an array of industries all over the South Florida Metropolitan area and East Coast. Current ventures include SeaFair Miami, the Mandarin Oriental and Sense Beach House. To get in touch with Kyle, click here.
48 minutes | Aug 27, 2021
Alexandra McManus & Hussein Cholkamy – Eyrus Co-Founders | Ep. 59
Eyrus is a construction technology start up on a mission to leverage technology and data to provide value to everyone throughout the construction process. Their solutions focus on cost, accuracy and the operational demands of each unique construction project. About Alexandra McManus: Alexandra McManus is the co-founder and CEO of Eyrus, bringing to the company over two decades of professional experience in the construction technology space, across business development, operations, leadership, and more. She provides a constant stream of vision and intuition for Eyrus alongside her co-founder and COO, Hussein Cholkamy. Together, they launched Eyrus to generate the ultimate workforce visibility platform by leveraging automated data collection and IoT hardware. Eyrus provides simple and seamless solutions that enhance levels of workforce insight and support construction professionals in delivering their projects on time and on budget. To meet today’s challenges around COVID-19, Eyrus combines workforce data with site zone information to provide solutions for protocol mandates in the workplace, streamlining workflows, increasing collaboration, promoting safety, and supporting compliance. About Hussein Cholkamy: As Co-founder and COO of Eyrus, Hussein brings over 20 years of global experience in real estate development, construction and design. He began his career as an Architect after obtaining his bachelor’s in Architecture from the University of Arizona. He then crossed into real estate development and project management after achieving his MBA from The George Washington University. Throughout his early career, Hussein worked on over 15 million square feet of construction and development globally. His dynamic understanding of construction project complexities, along with experience in business development and operations have founded the success of Eyrus in today’s market.
42 minutes | Aug 19, 2021
Julian Infante – From Pro Athlete to Pro Realtor | Ep. 58
Julian Infante is a former pro baseball player and collegiate champion turned rising top producing real estate agent. In this episode, he shares lessons learned along his professional journey from the clubhouse to the competitive Miami real estate arena.
40 minutes | Aug 13, 2021
Jeff Ransdell – Silicon Valley and The Miami Tech Boom | Ep. 57
Jeff Ransdell is the founder of Miami-based Fuel Venture Capital. He previously appeared on the podcast in 2018 and helped contextualize Miami’s booming tech scene for listeners. Since then, venture capitalists from Silicon Valley and New York together with tech entrepreneurs from across the globe have flocked to Miami in the wake of COVID-19. Jeff joins us today to revisit the conversation about how tech is making Miami's real estate market boom, from the perspective of an "insider." Enjoy the show, and join us weekly on Thursdays for new episodes of the Miami Real Estate Podcast. About Jeff: Jeff Ransdell is a venture capitalist helping to develop more than 20 technology companies through Fuel Venture Capital, the Miami-based venture fund he co-founded in 2017 and heads up as managing director. Prior to launching Fuel Venture Capital, Jeff was a managing director and market executive of Merrill Lynch, managing more than $130 billion of global private client investment assets, a P&L of $2 billion, and over 2,000 employees across the bank’s Southeast Wealth Management Division. Fuel Venture Capital has invested more than $100 million in startups based all over the world, and its portfolio includes Taxfyle, Bolt Mobility, Curve, Boatsetter, and more. Jeff is regularly called upon to share his insights on the global economy with outlets such as CNBC, CBS and American City Business Journals. Keep up with Jeff and Rokk3r Fuel via Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn.
19 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
Josh Midgal – 2021 Mortgage Market Outlook | Ep. 56
Josh Migdal is a founding partner of Miami-based complex commercial litigation firm Mark Migdal & Hayden and a mortgage expert. He has been tapped numerous times to provide his expertise and insight on the housing cycle as well as its ramifications, especially now with the widespread pandemic. In this episode, Josh shares his thoughts about the 2021 mortgage market outlook, in addition to: How foreclosures will affect the mortgage market and signs that it will be similar to the aftermath of the 2008 Great Recession What a successfully deployed vaccine could mean for the mortgage market (i.e. employment recovers, borders open, etc.) Why extremely low mortgage rates could create an environment for fraud Factors that will affect the refinancing boom and other related industry topics About Josh: In the aftermath of the financial crisis, Josh recovered in excess of $30,000,000 for his clients by implementing an innovative legal theory that pinned liability on title insurers for mortgage losses suffered by banks and government-sponsored entities. He is one of only a handful of attorneys in Florida that stridently advocates securing this type of recovery from title insurers on such claims. He was also recently inducted into the University of Miami’s Citizens Board - a prestigious board comprised of more than 270 business, professional and civic leaders who support the university’s programs and philanthropic efforts - as a member of the Class of 2019.
51 minutes | Feb 2, 2021
Fernando Alvarez – Why Property Insurance Rates are Rising | Ep. 55
In this episode with Miami real estate insurance expert Fernando Alvarez, we discuss the various exposures properties will face in 2021 and how to create a comprehensive risk management strategy. With over a decade of experience, Alvarez explains candidly how the real estate insurance market works, and how his own company aims to offer a transparent and honest experience to his clients at JAG. Recorded mid-December 2020, the episode covers the following topics: Understanding the tidal wave of property insurance rate spikes Why insurance rates are rising for commercial real estate owners The changing claims process and InsurTech role on underwriting Catastrophic claims: How the overall claim environment affects insurance rates regardless of one’s proximity to losses from wildfires and hurricanes. Best practices and practical tips for homeowners Fernando Alvarez is an athlete, entrepreneur, principal of JAG Insurance Group, podcaster, and host of The Transition: Life After Sports Podcast. About JAG Insurance Group: With nearly a decade of hard-earned industry insight and high-level expertise, JAG continues to pave a forward-thinking approach in the commercial insurance and risk management landscape. JAG offers extensive, integrated business solutions across a multitude of sectors, including, employee benefits, property and casualty insurance, and financial and private client services. The Miami Real Estate Podcast is brought to you by the Cervera Newsroom at Cervera Real Estate. Learn more at MiamiRealEstatePodcast.com.
38 minutes | Jan 20, 2021
Sebastian Jaramillo – Commercial Real Estate Post-COVID | Ep. 54
This week, Miami Real Estate Podcast co-hosts Omar De Windt and Alicia Cervera Lamadrid discuss current events, share thoughts on the Thanksgiving Day holiday, and a "Hot Take" on whether now is the time to buy or rent if you've recently sold your single-family home. Then, a Commercial real estate state-of-the-market with Sebastian Jaramillo of Wolfe & Pincavage.
50 minutes | Nov 2, 2020
Teresa Kinney – State of the Miami Market Q4 2020 | Ep. 53
Miami real estate expert Alicia Cervera Lamadrid shares her thoughts on why Miami condominiums are still a good investment despite the popularity of single-family homes, and whether or not U.S. presidential elections will impact the real estate industry in this week's MREP "Hot Takes." Then, a conversation about the state of the Miami real estate market between Alicia and Omar with special guest Teresa Kinney, President of Miami Association of REALTORs.
13 minutes | Oct 26, 2020
Alicia Cervera Lamadrid – Selling Your Clients New Construction | Ep. 52
Miami real estate expert Alicia Cervera Lamadrid answers questions about what Miami's real estate economy will look like post-COVID-19 in this week's Miami Real Estate Podcast "Hot Takes." Then, MREP's "Ambassador to Brazil" Mariana Lima talks to Alicia about how easy it is to sell Miami condominiums as an outside broker. They address the benefits, safety, and reasons why cooperating brokers have so much success selling new construction in Miami. The Miami Real Estate Podcast is brought to you by the Cervera Newsroom at Cervera Real Estate. Learn more at MiamiRealEstatePodcast.com.
60 minutes | Jun 29, 2020
Shane Neman - Relocating From NYC to Florida | Ep. 51
Shane Neman is a forward-thinking problem solver, consummate optimist and serial entrepreneur. A prototypical businessman of our modern era, his experience and expertise in business spans numerous industries, from technology and telecommunications to real estate and hospitality. In 2014, Shane relocated his family from Manhattan to South Florida. In this episode of the Miami Real Estate Podcast by Cervera Real Estate, he provides a detailed account of what the process entails legally, emotionally and financially. Shane breaks down what other New Yorkers need to know before making the leap and answers the big question: was it worth it? We also spoke about the importance of having a diversified real estate portfolio as an investor, new opportunity zones that savvy South Florida real estate investors should keep their eyes on and advice for would-be entrepreneurs looking to start a new venture. About Our Guest: After leaving NYU Medical School early, Shane started three industry-shifting tech startups (two of them – EZ Texting and JoonBug – acquired) with hundreds of employees and tens of thousands of customers. As an insightful startup backer, Shane’s portfolio includes companies such as Convoy, Prose, Impossible Foods, Universal Standard, Apostrophe, MeetMindful, MapAnything, VinePair and Smylen. Shane is also a prolific real estate developer and investor. From commercial shopping and industrial centers to residential buildings, he owns more than two dozen large-scale properties across the U.S. He holds a degree in Computer Science from New York University, where he received the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater scholarship and was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society. You can read more about Shane’s transition from New York to Miami in his blog “Know this before relocating to Florida from New York City.”
15 minutes | Mar 26, 2020
Alicia Cervera Lamadrid - What COVID-19 Means for Miami Real Estate | Ep. 50
Is Miami's real estate market destined to repeat the crash of 2008 in the wake of COVID-19? Local real estate expert Alicia Cervera Lamadrid provides us with an economic outlook for South Florida real estate and shares her thoughts on what the future holds for this all important industry within the Magic City. Leaning on more than four decades of experience navigating Miami's real estate cycles, she helps us put COVID-19 into context while dishing out words of wisdom for real estate professionals, investors and the Miami community at large.
39 minutes | Mar 5, 2020
Rick Ueno - Trend Watch: Miami Luxury Travel & Tourism | Ep. 49
In the last five years, Miami Beach has evolved into a sought-after luxury travel destination. How did it happen? What business drivers are creating the demand? And what does the future hold for this all important industry sector for Miami? We search for the answers to those questions in this episode, as Cervera Real Estate comms exec Omar De Windt goes to the iconic W South Beach for a poolside conversation with general manager Rick Ueno.
54 minutes | Feb 10, 2020
Peter Calin - The Pursuit of Mindfulness | Ep. 48
Today we’re focusing on mindfulness, and how to apply scientifically proven techniques to help you reduce stress, improve concentration, and cultivate a sense of balance, resilience, and joy among other things. Guiding us through that journey today is a TRUE disciple of the yoga arts, someone who has studied its ancient wisdom since the age of 15, and that is none other than Yoga Warrior, Peter Calin.
25 minutes | Jan 17, 2020
Felipe Angulo - Super Bowl LIV Host Committee | Ep. 47
Super Bowl LIV will take place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on February 2, 2020, making it the eleventh Super Bowl hosted in the region. Felipe Angulo, Super Bowl Host Committee Director of Business Connect & Community Outreach comes by the podcast to help us understand the economic and environmental impact that this monumental sporting event has on South Florida and its community. We talked about the planning involved in accommodating the massive influx of visitors into the region, and how the Super Bowl Host Committee leverages the big game to support environmental sustainability in South Florida, to raise awareness for humanitarian issues, and to support local business owners long after the game has left town. In this episode, Felipe also sheds light on some of the various community engagement programing that will take place prior to the game. Among these include “Superbowl LIVE” celebration, which is the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee’s free-to-the-public fan fest that offers a highly interactive experience for fans to thoroughly enjoy. Taking place on Biscayne Boulevard in the heart of Downtown Miami, this week-long event will feature a tailgate town, fan activities, musical acts, culinary demos, sponsor activations, dance performances, water shows and special surprises. Superbowl LIVE will take place from Saturday, January 25 – Tuesday, January 28, and again from Thursday, January 30 – Saturday, February 1, 2020 at Bayfront Park in downtown Miami. About Felipe: Felipe Angulo is the Director of Business Connect and Community Outreach for the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee. Felipe is responsible for assisting the VP of Business Connect & Community Outreach with management of the Business Connect program and assisting with the planning and execution of community engagement programming for Super Bowl LIV. Following his Virginia Military Institute education, Felipe Angulo pursued his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration with a double major of Business Management and International Business at Florida International University. Profoundly devoted to public service, Felipe began his promising career at The Office of The Mayor of Miami-Dade County, where he served as an aide to Mayor Gimenez for three years. He has been an integral part of a distinct establishment, where he developed an extensive, influential professional network. He has already had a significant impact on our community as a notably involved young professional, which led his appointment as Chairman of Economic Development Subcommittee of the Miami-Dade County Millennial Board. His substantial experience and public service acumen will be of great benefit to the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee.
54 minutes | Nov 21, 2019
Ilona Vega and Neal Schafers - Landscape of the Future: Greater Miami 2.0 | Ep. 46
If you haven't been to Downtown Miami in the last five years, then you haven't been at all. Miami's "new" urban core has evolved into a mosaic of world-class residential and mixed-use real estate developments intertwined with improved connectivity, mobility, and beautiful outdoor spaces. In this episode, Miami Downtown Development Authority executives Ilona Vega and Neal Schafers join us for an in-depth look at the pipeline of flagship projects and game-changing community enhancement initiatives that are redefining the landscape of Downtown Miami. Key topics featured in the episode: Overview of the Miami DDA District Mission & History Master Plan & Vision for the future Business Development -- Break down of the Miami DDA competitive strategy, including: Demographics & Population Existing Industries & Strategy for Finance & Tech Tourism PortMiami, Miami Dade College & Network Access Point (NAP) Connectivity & Mobility -- Highlights of major improvements and current projects including: Miami International Airport upgrades Metro Tri Rail Virgin Trains & Miami Central Metro Mover & Trolley First & Last Mile transit options Landscape of the Future -- Overview of flagship real estate developments and transformative public works projects that are redefining live-work-play in Downtown Miami: 1000 Museum Aston Martin Residences Miami Miami World Center Skyrise One Bayfront Plaza Waldorf Astoria 395 Signature Bridge Flagler Street Complete Streets The Underline Baywalk & Riverwalk Biscayne Green ----more---- About Ilona Vega Jaramillo: Business Development – Miami Downtown Development Authority Ilona has been working on the Business Development team at the Miami Downtown Development Authority (DDA) since October 2016. She is charged with engaging with companies to ensure that those which are downtown employers remain in downtown and recruit new companies to the agency’s district. Focused on building downtown Miami’s finance and tech sectors, some recent big wins include: iSquared Capital creating 50 new jobs; Softbank’s Latam Fund creating 100 new jobs; and the establishment of the east coast offices of Silicon Valley VC Fund, 500 StartUps, to name a few. Ilona travels extensively and promotes Miami’s downtown to both domestic and international investors. Before working at the Miami DDA, Ilona worked for Enterprise Florida, the state’s official economic development organization, for over 11 years. During that time, she worked closely with the state’s extensive global office network to promote the state’s assets worldwide and to support foreign companies with their establishment of Florida offices. Her clients have included: Spain-based BBVA; Chile-based Atton Hotels; Colombia-based Alpina; UK-based SAB Miller; China-based Yingli; to name a few. During her tenure at Enterprise Florida, Ilona also worked closely with US Commercial Service Officers, located in US Embassies worldwide to facilitate introductions and information related to Florida’s business environment to potential clients. She also collaborated with the state’s 67 counties to highlight the varying and diverse state attributes to a global audience. Ilona also has experience working in the private sector. From 1998-2001 she worked for Lucent Technologies as a Public Affairs Director. Her responsibilities included advocating foreign governments for the adoption of standards-compliant with Lucent products and services as well as keeping the relevant departments within the company abreast of regulatory developments directly affecting the company’s interests in specific foreign markets. Ilona lives in downtown Miami and walks to work every day; enabling her to adopt the agency’s motto of ‘live, work and play’ in Miami’s urban core. Ilona has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Business from Villanova University and a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University. And, she is fluent in Spanish and proficient in French and Portuguese. ----more---- About Neal Schafers: Manager, Planning, Urban Design & Transportation – Miami Downtown Development Authority In 2015, I joined the Miami Downtown Development Authority (DDA), bringing with me 16 years of experience creating liveable communities and destinations through research, design, collaboration, and onsite construction management. As a core member of a small team, I manage the strategic implementation, program development, design, planning, and research of downtown- focused urban planning, land use, transportation, and environmental initiatives. On a daily basis, my goal is to enhance the urban design, open space and mobility of all of downtown Miami. Prior to working for the Miami DDA, I spent a number of years in the golf course design & construction, residential design, and landscape architecture fields. In 2007, I joined Edward Stone & Associates (EDSA) in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Amongst planning & landscape architecture firms, EDSA is consistently ranked amongst the best in the world. Over the course of eight years, my project experience ranged from resort & hospitality design to waterfront and urban design. I was fortunate to live and work abroad at both our Abu Dhabi, UAE and Shanghai, China offices; and was the onsite construction manager for 2 years for the Al Ain Wildlife Park & Resort in the UAE. While in China, waterfront development and sustainable design became a focus and specialization of mine. Dynamic waterfront projects I’ve worked on include: Salt Cay Marina & Resort in Turks & Caicos, Hulhule Lagoon Resort in North Male’ Atoll in the Maldives, Beijiao Yacht Club & Marina, in China, Sahl Hasheesh Resort in Hurghada, Egypt, Hainan Waterfront Exhibition Center, China Mirissa Oceanfront Resort in Sri Lanka, and New Bund Sports Park on the Huang Pu River, China. Finally, I hold an undergraduate degree in Communications from the University of Minnesota and attained my Masters in Landscape Architecture from the University of Florida. While at UF, I was part of a semester-long design and research team for the Tampa Riverwalk, and also studied Historic Parks and Urban Design at the Paris Research Center in Paris, France. ----more---- About the Miami Real Estate Podcast: The Miami Real Estate Podcast is brought to you by the Cervera Newsroom and the in-house marketing department at Cervera Real Estate, a Miami-based family owned and operated brokerage founded in 1969. In the Cervera Newsroom, we complement five decades of experience selling Miami real estate with talent and technology for today’s marketplace. From expertise in traditional and digital media to top-tier creative talent and innovative tech resources, Cervera's brand marketing platform is designed to ensure the success of our associates -- and the clients we serve -- in today's fast-paced, competitive marketplace. To explore a real estate career with Cervera, visit CerveraCareers.com.
14 minutes | Oct 22, 2019
The Real Deal 2019 Miami Showcase | Ep. 45
South Florida's rental market is heating up along with demand for co-living spaces and new construction product offerings designed for home-sharing. This and other hot topics were a buzz last week when much of Miami's real estate community descended on Wynwood Arts District for the 2019 Annual Real Estate Forum & Showcase by The Real Deal, which featured a slew of notable panelists and guest speakers including best-selling author Grant Cardone and U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson. In this episode, recorded live on-location at Mana Wynwood Convention Center, Miami Real Estate Podcast hosts Mariana Lima and Omar De Windt cover the moments that made the biggest splash and get instant reactions from organizers, sponsors and attendees. Let's get you caught up! Featured On the Show: Stuart Elliott, Editor-in-Chief at The Real Deal South Florida -- on audience reactions and the biggest themes of the day. (2:00) Alicia Lamadrid Paysse, Regional Director of Development Sales at Cervera Real Estate – on how Natiivo Miami, powered by Airbnb is changing the game on home-sharing. (4:22) Bernardo Rieber, CEO – Reiber Developments – spotlighting two, new mixed-used commercial properties at the heart of the new Aventura's Medical District. (6:20) John Reza Parsiani, Exclusive In-House Sales Associate at Aston Martin Residences Miami – on the influx of domestic buyers in the luxury market. (8:00) David Berrido, Realtor Associate at Miami Dream Properties – on the spike in rental activities and the appeal to foreign buyers. (10:51) About Us: The Miami Real Estate Podcast is made possible by the Cervera Newsroom, a sub-division of the in-house marketing department at the Miami-based brokerage firm Cervera Real Estate. In the Cervera Newsroom, we complement five decades of experience selling Miami real estate with talent and technology for today’s marketplace. From expertise in traditional and digital media, industry leading creative talent, and South Florida’s largest social media presence to innovative technology resources, our in-house brand marketing platform is designed to ensure that every client and associate we service succeeds in today’s fast-paced, tech-driven, competitive environment. To explore a real estate career with Cervera, visit CerveraCareers.com.
11 minutes | Oct 17, 2019
Christina Crespi - Serie em Portugués: Todas as Novidades de Miami para Você | Ep. 44
Christina Crespi conta todas novidades sobre a “nova” downtown Miami, sobre restaurantes, investimentos em tecnologia e até os preparativos para super bowl que será em Miami 2020.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2022