April 2017 Inside Florida Trend's April 2017 issue: Richest Floridians. Florida has attracted the well-heeled since the days of Henry Flagler. Our list of Florida’s wealthiest permanent residents shows more billionaires are choosing to live here full time. The cut-off for the top 25 jumped to $2.6 billion, more than double the number from just 4 years ago. Plus: Priciest Homes for Sale. The annual Economic Yearbook focuses on Civic Hardware: how Infrastructure projects -- airports, seaports, roads and rails -- are driving growth across the state. Regional reports from Miami-Dade/Monroe, Southeast, Southwest, Central, Northeast and Northwest Florida includes people to watch and county-by-county business roundups. The feature on wealth management opens with Investment Wisdom: With a new administration in Washington, Florida investors are watching for changes in policies and laws. We interview financial experts around the state. Plus, TopRank Florida lists trust banking firms and investment banking firms. Tallahassee Trend asks: What happened when executives for four pro sports insisted they needed state money and didn't get it? This article examines financing for the Orlando City Lions stadium, Miami Dolphins/Hard Rock stadium, Daytona International Speedway and Everbank Field. Florida Dining is a look at how Portuguese cuisine is catching on across Florida. The Florida Icon is Norman Braman, auto dealer and art collector. Florida Originals examines the myths behind Spook Hill in Lake Wales.
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