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Economic Snapshot
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Accolades

 
  • Best City in Florida for Business Start-ups by BusinessWeek.
  • Named #2 of America's Top 25 towns to live well for its cultural amenities,
    pro-business environments, and highly educated workforce by Forbes.com.
  • Awarded Playful City USA 2010-2014.
  • Awarded Tree City USA 2008-2013.
  • Recognized for Performance Management Successs by ICMA Center for Performance Measures.
  • City of Doral Ranks 51st in Top 100 Places to Live and Launch a Business in the United States by CNNMoney.com.
  • Named the Third Best Place in the USA to Retire
    by US News & World Report.
  • 96.4% of residents would recommend Doral as a place to live and work
    and 95.6% rated the quality of life as good/excellence.

icon 2014 City of Doral Economic Snapshot

Employers 

Major Employers

 
  • Amadeus North America
  • Atkins North America
  • BE Aerospace
  • BlueCross BlueShield
  • Brinks, Inc.
  • Carnival Cruise Lines
  • Federal Reserve Bank
  • Gold Coast Beverages Distributors
  • Hellman Worldwide Logistics
  • Miami Herald Media Company
 
  • Miami-Dade County Fire-Rescue Department
  • Miami-Dade Police Department
  • Perry Ellis
  • Sears Roebuck & CO
  • Telefutura Network
  • Trump National Doral
  • United HomeCare
  • United States Southern Command
  • Univision Networks
  • Walmart

  And many more…

 
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Industry Highlights

 
  • Over 2,600 Trade and Logistics Related Companies (Transportation & Warehousing and Wholesale Trade)6
  • Over 250 Company Headquarters7
  • Over 100 Multinational Companies8
  • Over 50 Banking & Financial Institutions6
  • #1 Tile District in the USA
  • Home to 14 Business Parks
  • Home to the Miami Free Zone, one of the largest privately owned and operated general purpose foreign trade zones in North America, with more than 850,000 square feet (78,968 square meters) of facilities11
  • Thriving and Vibrant Tourism Industry with over 20 Hotels, Including Trump National Doral, which is home to the Famous Blue Monster & PGA Tournament
workforce


Workforce

 
  • 3.7% Unemployment Rate4
  • Labor Force of 26,6724
  • 55.3% have a Bachelors Degree or Higher2
  • 95.4% have a High School Degree or Higher2
  • Highly Qualified, Multilingual, Multicultural Workforce
location 

Location, Location, Location

 
  • Centrally Located in NW Miami-Dade County
  • Boarders 3 Major Expressway Systems (836, 826 and Florida’s Turnpike)
  • 1 Mile from the #1 US Airport in International Freight (9th Worldwide), Miami International Airport9
  • 1 Mile from the Hialeah Intermodal Rail Yard
  • 10 Miles from one of the Leading Container Ports in the Nation, PortMiami10
taxes 

Taxes

 
  • No Personal Income Tax
  • 5.5% State Corporate Income Tax
  • 7% Sales Tax
  • Among the Top 5 lowest Municipal Millage Rates in Miami-Dade County
growth 

Growth Projection 

 
  • Doral is 2nd Fastest Growing City in the State of Florida by Percent1
  • Over 2 Million Square Feet in Approved Commercial  Developments  (Over 600,000 Currently Under Construction)6
  • Over 9,000 Residential Units Approved (Over 3,000 Currently Under Construction)6
  • 5 Mixed Use Developments Approved6
quality

Quality of Life

 
  • Housing options that fit any style and need, Single-Family Homes, Townhomes, Condominiums, Apartment Rentals and Mix-Use neighborhoods are all available in the City of Doral
  • Awarded Playful City USA every year since 2010
  • Six parks with a combined 121 acres of green space and recreational facilities
  • Over 10 Colleges, Universities and Technical Schools
  • Over 10 Public, Charter and Private Schools with “A” Grade Status5
characteristics 

Resident's Characteristics

 
Population  Race Distribution
Total Population 50,2131 White 87.7%2
Median Age 34.22 Black 2.4%2
Age 0-4 7.4%2 Asian 3.6%2
Age 5-9 7.6%2 Hispanic 79.9%2
Age 10-14 7.8%2 Other 5.2%2
Age 15-19 6.9%2  Household 
Age 20-24 6.6%2 Total  18,186 (15,964 Occupied) 
Age 25-29 7.1%2 Average Household Size  3.33 
Age 30-34 7.8%2 Families  79.4%2 
Age 35-39 9.0%2 1 Resident  14.9%2 
Age 40-44 9.8%2 2 Residents  25.3%2 
Age 45-49 8.7%2 3 or More  59.8%2 
Age 50-54 6.8%2 Owner occupied  55.1%2 
Age 55-59 4.5%2 Renter Occupied  43.4%2 
Age 60-64 3.4%2 Median Household Income  $64,1702 
Age 65-69 2.5%2 Average Household Income  $87,6372 
Age 70-74 1.7%2 Per Capita Income  $29,1012
Age 75-79 1.2%2    
Age 80-84 0.7%2    
Age 85+ 0.4%2    

Sources:  12013 U.S Census Population Estimates; 2U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2013 and 2018;3  City of Doral Comprehensive Plan;4 U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Not Seasonally Adjusted, April 2014 (Preliminary);  5Florida Department of Education, 2012-2013 School Accountability Reports, Basic Grade, Basic Information on Schools; 6City of Doral Planning and Zoning Department; 7Hoovers; 8 WorldCity’s 2014 Who’s Here Multinational Directory; 9Miami International Airport; 10PortMiami; 11Miami Free Zone; Figures may not add up due to rounding.


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