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37,000+ Jobs Listed Here: SE Florida: Hot Market For Job Creation

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14,000+ in Broward County

More Than 12,000 Newly Listed Jobs Are Here.

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Broward County Adds 30,800 Jobs Year Over Year
Published Tuesday, March 29, 2016, Greater Ft Lauderdale Alliance

(Fort Lauderdale, FL) – Broward County’s job report indicated a 4.4 percent unemployment rate in February 2016. This is a decrease of .9 percentage points from the year ago rate of 5.3 percent. Nonagricultural employment increased by 30,800 jobs (+3.9 percent) over the year, with an employment of 821,400 in the Ft. Lauderdale-Pompano Beach-Deerfield Beach MSA (Broward County).  The region’s jobless rate was 0.3 percentage point lower than the state rate (4.7 percent).   Out of a labor force of 1,002,778, there were 43,968 unemployed Broward County residents.

“Our economy continues to grow at a very strong pace,” said Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance President and CEO Bob Swindell.   We’re very pleased with the breadth of job growth across industries as we continue to be leaders in the state in job creation.  We thank our many partners for their help in continuing to strengthen and diversify Broward County’s economy.”

Data and Analysis

In February 2016, the Ft. Lauderdale-Pompano Beach-Deerfield metro area added the most jobs of all the state’s metro areas in information (+400 jobs). Annual job growth rates for construction (+7.2 percent); leisure and hospitality (+6.5 percent); manufacturing (+6.2 percent); professional and business services (+4.9 percent); financial activities (+4.3 percent); trade, transportation, and utilities (+3.5 percent); and information (+2.1 percent) exceeded the state rates.

The major industry sectors that added jobs over the year in the metro area were professional and business services (+6,700 jobs); trade, transportation, and utilities (+6,300 jobs); leisure and hospitality (+5,900 jobs); construction (+2,800 jobs); financial activities (+2,400 jobs); education and health services (+2,400 jobs); Manufacturing (+1,700 jobs) and Information (+400 jobs).

  February 2016 to February 2015
Industry Job Change                        (% Change)
Professional and Business Services 6,700   (+4.9%)
Trade, Transportation and Utilities 6,300   (+3.5%)
Leisure and Hospitality 5,900   (+6.5%)
Construction 2,800   (+7.2%)
Financial Activities 2,400   (+4.3%)
Education and Health Services 2,400   (+2.4%)
Manufacturing 1,700   (+6.2%)
Information    400   (+2.1%)

Between January 2016 and February 2016, Broward County experienced an increase in the nonagricultural payroll jobs. The major sectors that gained jobs were leisure and hospitality (+3,500 jobs); professional and business services (+2,000 jobs); information (+700 jobs), trade, transportation and utilities (+500 jobs); financial activities (+200 jobs); education and health services (+100 jobs); and manufacturing (+100 jobs). Construction (-1,100 jobs) was the only industry to lose jobs from January 2016 to February 2016.

  January 2016 to February 2016
Industry Job Change                       (% Change)
Leisure and Hospitality 3,500   (+3.7%)
Professional and Business Services 2,000   (+1.4%)
Information 700   (+2.5%)
Trade, Transportation and Utilities 500   (+0.3%)
Financial Activities 200   (+0.3%)
Education and Health Services 100   (+0.1%)
Manufacturing 100   (+0.4%)
Construction -1,100   (-2.6%)

Florida’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for February 2016 was 4.9 percent, which is 484,000 jobless out of a labor force of 9,793,000. Florida’s unemployment was down 0.2 percentage point from the January rate of 5.1 percent. The unemployment rate has been less than or equal to the national rate for 25 of the last 39 months.

Florida’s total nonagricultural employment was 8,241,700 in February 2016, a gain of 243,200 jobs over the year (+3.0 percent). February 2016 was the 67th consecutive month with positive annual job growth after the state lost jobs for over three years.

For Palm Beach County, the unemployment rate in the West Palm Beach metro declined by 0.5 percentage point over the year to 4.5 percent in February 2016. The region’s jobless rate was 0.2 percentage point lower than the state rate of 4.7.  Out of a labor force of 700,502 in the metro area, there were 31,609 unemployed residents. For Miami-Dade County, the unemployment rate declined by 0.7 percentage point over the year to 5.2 percent in February 2016. Out of a labor force of 1,372,283 there were 70,944 unemployed residents in the region.

In Broward County, we see year over year job growth and continued improvement in the local economy. Target industries, identified by the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance, are adding jobs to the community. As the primary economic development organization for Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance continues creating, attracting, expanding and retaining high-wage jobs and capital investment in high value targeted industries, developing more vibrant communities and improving the quality of life for our area’s citizens.

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We all know how amazing Fort Lauderdale is, but sometimes it takes a video to really drive that message home.

The fun three-minute clip, titled FTL Life, features local businesses and destinations unique to the area and includes interviews praising everything from the city’s glorious weather and exquisite restaurants to the yacht industry and art scene.

“The reason behind the video was to be able to showcase those attributes of the city and give those possible new home buyers, vacationers and business owners a reason to take a closer look,” Fucci said.

She said she hopes the video, which took about two months to make, will attract people to Fort Lauderdale and help promote every industry.

 

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50th New Ft Lauderdale Condo Announced

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Fort Lauderdale and Peter Zalewski

The latest condo building proposed for the Downtown Fort Lauderdale and Beach market is slated to be a boutique project with a limited number of large units, as has been the trend during this cycle. As the Downtown Fort Lauderdale and Beach residential real estate boom continues to gain momentum, this new condo — the 50th that has been announced in the market — would increase the number of proposed units in Broward County’s largest city to nearly 3,300 during this cycle that began in 2011.

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FOR FIFTH YEAR BROWARD PROPERTY PRICES INCREASE

Broward’s real estate market continues its upward climb, with property values rising for the fifth straight year.

Every one of Broward’s 31 cities, from West Park to Weston, Pembroke Park to Pembroke Pines, as well as the unincorporated areas, saw positive growth in real estate values, according to preliminary estimates from the Broward County Property Appraiser’s Office. On average, the rise was 7.1 percent over the year before.

The values are estimates based on real estate activity in 2015. Final figures will be released by July 1.

The increases ranged from about 3 percent in Parkland to more than 10 percent in North Lauderdale, the only double-digit performance.

Some cities also benefited from construction booms, with new homes, condos and businesses adding millions of dollars to the tax rolls. With the new development figured in, values went up even higher — 8.5 percent countywide. With the new development factored in, three cities — Parkland, North Lauderdale and Hallandale Beach — exceeded 10 percent gains in overall value.

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Fort Lauderdale portfolio including famed Elbo Room hits market: $7.8M

Bar opened before World War II and became beach landmark

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A Fort Lauderdale retail portfolio that includes the beach’s landmark Elbo Room bar just hit the market with an asking price of $7.75 million. The listing, announced by brokerage Marcus & Millichap on Thursday, includes three adjoined retail buildings at 3001 East Las Olas Boulevard. Together they total about 10,440 square feet, so their asking price breaks down to about $742 per square foot. The first, western-most building measures 5,820 square feet and has three retail tenants on the ground floor, with a vacant second floor. Its occupants include two beachwear shops and a pizza parlor. Next door is a squat 1,050-square-foot building that is fully occupied by a tattoo shop and a liquor store. And finally, the third parcel belongs to the Elbo Room, a rowdy cash-only bar across the street from the ocean. It first opened before World War II and was even featured briefly in the coming-of-age movie “Where the Boys Are.” The two-story dive measures 3,570 square feet. County records show all three parcels are owned by Dr. Richard Steinbrook, a physician who specializes in psychiatry. His original purchase price could not be found. Marcus & Millichap’s Scott Sandelin and Edward Romo are marketing the property. “Any investment required to modernize this property will be rewarded with the ability to command top rents,” Sandelin wrote in the listing announcement. — Sean Stewart-Muniz