Inclusive prosperity suggests that equity and affordability concerns are central to a city’s development, and points to models of success in business and government.
Greater Miami has many things going for it: beautiful weather, a thriving economy, and a unique, international culture. But the fruits of the region’s prosperity have not been evenly shared.
Miami faces a severe crisis of housing unaffordability, reinforcing the region’s high level of economic inequality. Six in 10 employed adult residents of Miami are housing cost-burdened.
With Amazon’s search for its second headquarters or “HQ2” finally over, it’s time for Greater Miami to get back to the business of building its own economy.