Substance in the City by Cristina Mas

This SocialMiami contributor covers hot happenings around Miami.

Dr. Katherine Zagone and Debbie Nakech

Miami’s winter months are in full swing, but buzzworthy events and activities around the Magic City only continue to heat up. Recently, there have been a number of noteworthy celebrations and soirees that locals and jetsetters alike have been particularly excited about – from grand openings to collection unveilings and more.

Natalia Juncadella

Art in Miami is a year-long luxury and between the so seasoned artists or the up-and-coming creatives, there is considerable talent in Miami. One local in particular, Natalia Juncadella, made a splash around South Florida after featuring her latest work at Art Miami with Hashimoto Contemporary, pictured here.  Long-time community members and highly regarded collectors have expressed serious interest in her work. Colombian and Cuban in descent, Juncadella’s cultural background was at the foreground of her collection, embracing vivid colors, bold strokes and eye-catching imagery.

Healthcare these days is hot and Gentera Center for Precision Medicine — a leading contemporary regenerative medicine practice headquartered in South Florida — officially unveiled its sprawling new Coral Gables office. To celebrate, the team behind Gentera hosted an exclusive, invite-only bash complete with giveaways, champagne toasts and private tours of the space. On-site at the event, Brian Pla – Founder & CEO of Gentera – mingled with Coral Gables mayor Vince Lago, Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce president Mark Trowbridge, Medical director and licensed neuropath Dr. Katherine Zagone, and practice manager Debbie Nakache.

The real estate scene in South Florida continues to attract international investors and buyers alike and the Commercial Industrial Association of South Florida is keeping up with market pace. Recently, the sought-after organization gathered with fellow commercial real estate professionals, trade experts and industry experts to discuss the sector’s economic and environmental sector. Located in the sprawling Plaza in Coral Gables, the event drew in local leaders such as Daryl A. Shevin, Veronica B. Flores and Chris Drew.

CIASF Panelists and Board Members
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