MIAMI–Now that the Miami market is saturated, Fort Lauderdale has captured the limelight as the new frontier for condo, multifamily and hotel developers. According to recent reports, thousands of new condo units, multifamily, and hotel rooms are under construction in downtown Fort Lauderdale and on the beach, with more in the planning stages.

We caught up with Bradley Deckelbaum, principal of Premier Developers, to get his take on where Fort Lauderdale really stands in South Florida’s commercial real estate market. He told us, in classic real estate jargon, what’s going on in Fort Lauderdale is being called a boom. But, he adds, that’s not the right term for what’s going on in Fort Lauderdale.

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