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Changing Communities: MIAMI Realtors Repaint Miami Gardens Commercial Buildings

by | Jan 10, 2018



The MIAMI Realtors spearheaded a major beautification project of one of Miami Gardens’ busiest commercial corridors in May 2017.

MIAMI Realtors painted several dilapidated commercial buildings at the U.S. 441 corridor. The project will help the City of Miami Gardens as it prepares to host America’s most-watched sporting event: Super Bowl LIV in 2020.



MIAMI members joined Mayor Oliver Gilbert, Commissioner Rodney Harris, city staff and residents to repaint a prominent corner commercial building.





About MIAMI Realtors Changing Communities

REALTORS® don’t just sell properties, we invest in communities. In 2017, MIAMI REALTORS® invested more than $100,000 in grant funds from the National Association of REALTORS(R) (NAR) to improve our South Florida communities. 

Through member engagement and feedback, MIAMI developed a list of local community projects that could have the most impact. MIAMI invited its 46,000-plus membership for a brainstorming session and more than 200 members contributed ideas and volunteered to help. 

In 2017, MIAMI hosted more than 10 local community initiatives, from helping create a new Miami Shores community destination to re-painting Miami Gardens commercial buildings. Each project was led by the Realtor who proposed it and supported by a team of fellow Realtor volunteers and a Realtor partner (usually an elected official).

More MIAMI Realtors Changing Communities initiatives are planned for 2018. 

MIAMI members can register to volunteer at our upcoming community events at: MiamiRealtors.com/Volunteers

To learn more about how the MIAMI REALTORS® are using REALTOR® Party resources to improve their communities, contact Danielle Blake, MIAMI Senior Vice President of Housing & Government Affairs, at 305-468-7015 or danielle@miamire.com

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