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The Miami New Construction Show Welcomes World-Class Partners

MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 06/24/14 -- The Miami New Construction Show, taking place August 29 through 31 at the Miami Beach Convention Center, welcomes six new partners to its growing network. Castle Group, one of South Florida's largest property management companies, joins the show along with Borges + Associates and Orb International. The Daily Business Review, Qual Imovel and What House? Real Estate Magazine all join as media partners of the show. This year, the show is expecting a turnout of more than 100 new construction projects from South Florida, close to 80 real estate-related professionals, and over 35,000 visitors from the United States, South America, Europe, and Canada.

"We are excited to be partnering with influential international media outlets that will help grow our awareness, as well as prominent property management companies and a world-class architectural design firm," said Anita Funtek, CEO of the Miami New Construction Show.

The show is pleased to announce its new world-class partners:

Castle Group is Florida's first choice for community management, specializing in serving the finest condominium and homeowners associations throughout the state since 1980. It is a full-service company offering clients a broad spectrum of property-related services. Castle Group recognizes the individuality of each property; therefore it has created a menu of services that allows its clients to customize a solution to suit their community's needs. For more details, visit www.castlegroup.com.

Borges + Associates is a leading world-class architectural design and consulting firm that has been involved in major real estate development projects within the United States, as well as internationally. With headquarters in Miami, Florida and Offices in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Jeddah, the firm brings its award-winning portfolio of projects to the leading developers of these serviced markets. The firm has a collective experience of more than 25 years in design leadership, and the team has worked on a variety of projects from multi-family residential projects to hotels and resorts and corporate offices. Borges + Associates is also part of the International Architects Alliance, and involved with the U.S. Green Building Council. For more information, visit www.borgesarchitects.com.

Daily Business Review provides South Florida lawyers and business professionals with an invaluable resource offering relevant legal, real estate and financial information. It brings advertisers and readers together through its print and online mediums. For more information, visit www.dailybusinessreview.com.

Orb International is a Florida-based PR company that specializes in obtaining overseas clients and overseas exposure for clients. They represent magazines that are published overseas in South America and Europe, aimed at potential Florida real estate buyers. Clients consist of Florida-based builders, developers, immigration attorneys, international tax specialists, currency exchange specialists, and banks. For more details, visit http://orbmarketingsolutions.com.

Qual Imovel is the largest real estate magazine in Brazil. The US version of the magazine has a print run of 25,000 distributed around Sao Paulo and a similar number of downloads nationally.

What House? Real Estate Magazine distributes half a million copies of its magazine per month to the areas around London and the Southeast, which are traditionally the most affluent areas of the country. For more information, visit www.whathouse.co.uk.

The Miami New Construction Show is an annual three-day real estate exhibition that takes place during Labor Day weekend at the Miami Beach Convention Center. The Show brings together key stakeholders in the market of luxury condominiums in South Florida to create a marketplace where buyers meet sellers and service providers. In numbers, the show represents more than 100 new luxury development projects in South Florida, close to 80 real estate related-professionals, and 35,000 visitors from all over the world. The Miami New Construction Show is a central event for the real estate market in South Florida and an international reference in luxury living. For more information about the Miami New Construction Show please visit www.miaminewconstructionshow.com.

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