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Our Projects

RED Group’s projects are centralized in “special situation” areas where a number of factors combine to make each venture a win for both the group’s investors and for the local area.

In Miami Beach, for instance, RED has sought to not only maintain the integrity of the area’s Art Deco aesthetic, but is improving resiliency against climate-related threats. At the same time, the growth of tourism, combined with the strict regulation around short-term rentals, has laid the foundation for RED to build a unique and highly valuable portfolio. In only four years, the group has amassed the biggest licensed suite hotel assemblage in Miami Beach by identifying, acquiring and developing buildings with proper zoning.

In Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood, recently voted “coolest neighborhood in the world” by Vogue magazine and arguably Miami’s most sought-after real estate market, RED has established its footprint amongst favorable NRD zoning with, for instance, prime real estate located at the entrance to what will be the neighborhood’s first Woonerf.

In Panama’s Casco Antiguo, RED remains one of the most active players, having anticipated the area’s explosive growth. As a first mover, RED Group managed to acquire several buildings in an area with much sought-after yet very limited supply, all benefitting from Panama’s Law 53 — a law incenting investment in revitalization by way of a 10-year exemption from income tax for Casco Antiguo developments.

In Brazil, Red entered the market in 2019, partnering with local developers Inloop and Planet, to develop smart affordable housing projects under Miñha Casa Miñha Vida (MCMV) program. In 2020 projects totalling 2500 units under the name Viva!Smart have been started. The goal is to develop between 2500 and 3000 apartments per year in the next 5 years.

Miami Beach Short-Term

A short-term vacation rental is any dwelling unit or residence, including but not limited to, any unit or group of units in a condominium, cooperative or apartment building that is rented in whole or in part to a transient occupant for a period of less than 30 days or one calendar month, whichever is less.

Complete standards and requirements for short-term vacation rentals can be found in Section 33-28 of the Miami-Dade County Code of Ordinances. It is the responsibility of all property owners in unincorporated Miami-Dade County, or their responsible parties who wish to rent out their home for short periods of time, to know and comply with all the requirements of the ordinance. For properties located within a municipality, the owner or responsible party must contact the respective municipal government for its regulations.


Wynwood's NRD Zoning

The Wynwood BID led an effort, in partnership with the City of Miami Planning Department and PlusUrbia, to create the City of Miami’s first Neighborhood Revitalization District plan. The NRD Plan sets forth new zoning regulations for Wynwood that encourage new, mixed-use residential and office developments, creates dedicated funding for neighborhood improvements, promotes pedestrian-focused streets, and preserves the area’s unique artistic and industrial character. The plan has received national accolades from the American Planners Association because of its forward-thinking nature; involvement of property owners who took the initiative to plan for the future of the neighborhood responsibly; and many smart development components. Learn More.

Panama's Law 53

In 1997, UNESCO named Panama’s Casco Viejo historic area a World Heritage Site. From that moment, the restoration of its streets and colonial buildings — largely neglected since the 17th century — kicked off, and in the last 10 years, the processes have intensified, as well as the investments in the area. Today, both tourists and Panamanians are returning to Casco Viejo, making it one of the country’s most expensive residential and commercial districts.

All of this commercial activity and the boom in the rehabilitation of the Casco Viejo prompted the adoption of Law 136 in 2013, through which tax incentives are offered to landlords, tenants, owners and individuals or entities that invest in the rehabilitation and value of the historic area. Learn More.



Smart development means smart technology, digitalization, resilient infrastructure and intelligent urban planning. The integration of technology, whether big data, artificial intelligence or remote management, is highly sought after among consumers. Consensual data collection provides incredible benefits in helping residents save money and therefore improves their quality of life. We offer a unique product that tackles the global housing shortage by integrating smart solutions and social innovation practices to deliver high quality, affordable homes that foster a true sense of community. This is possible only by integrating smart solutions with social innovation practices, such as providing best practice guidelines on nutrition and food waste, community spaces for citizens to co-work, shared activities with the surrounding community, learn and play areas, and smart gyms to promote a healthy and sociable lifestyle. Learn More.


MIAMI BEACH Miami Beach is a South Florida island city, connected by bridges to mainland Miami.
The southern end, South Beach, is known for its international cachet with models
and celebrities, and its early 20th century architecture in the Art Deco Historic District
with pastel-colored buildings, especially on Ocean Drive.
WYNWOOD Known for its many colorful murals, Wynwood is one of the city’s most happening
districts. Wynwood Walls is an outdoor museum showcasing large-scale works by
some of the world’s best-known street artists. The surrounding streets have
converted warehouses housing craft breweries and funky art galleries.
CASCO VIEJO Casco Viejo, also known as Casco Antiguo or San Felipe,
is the historic district of Panama City. Completed and settled in 1673,
it was built following the near-total destruction of the original Panamá city,
Panamá Viejo, in 1671.