Doral, Fl

Best City in Florida for Business Start-ups
by BusinessWeekNamed #2 of America’s Top 25 towns to
live well for its cultural amenities, pro-business
environments, and highly educated workforce
by Forbes.comAwarded Playful City USA 2010-2013Awarded 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.comNamed 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.
Major Employers

Over 150,000 employees come to work every day in our city.  Home to Fortune 500 companies and government headquarters such as:

  • PBS & J Inc.
  • Sears
  • Hellman Worldwide Logistics
  • Telefutura
  • Miami-Dade County Police Department
  • Miami-Dade County Fire-Rescue Department
  • Federal Reserve Bank
  • The Miami Herald
  • Walmart
  • Carnival Cruise Lines
  • Doral Trump Golf Resort and Spa
  • United States Southern Command
  • Amadeus
  • Univision
  • Perry Ellis International
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida
  • Brinks Inc.
  • Gold Coast Beverage (Pepsi-Cola)
Doral Facts

The City has established noteworthy accomplishments since its incorporation only 10 years ago.

  • World-class parks and cultural activities
  • 5.3% unemployment rate (June 2013)
  • Doral Trump Golf Resort and Spa is home to the famous Blue Monster and PGA Tournament
  • Over 50 Financial Institutions
  • 23 Hotels averaging over 85% occupancy rate
  • The Doral Business Council (DBC) has 400 member businesses representing 60 industries
  • Over ten Colleges, Universities and Technical Schools.  Over 10 artistic-expression schools and multiple public, charter and private schools all having a grade “A” status
  • One of the first Building Departments in the region conducting electronic plan reviews.  Pioneered Early Start Permitting Program and Fire/DERM concurrent plan reviews
  • A board game, “DORALOPOLY,” was created by the S.E. FL Lions Club celebrating the City’s entrepreneurial spirit
  • Home to 14 of Miami-Dade County’s over 30 business parks
  • Census reports over 12,000 businesses-Doral Quick Facts US Census planned for the future
  • 30 Chambers and Business organizations in Doral
Trade and Commerce
  • #1 City in Miami-Dade County with an average of 3,000 logistic related companies supporting national and international trade
  • #1 Tile District in the USA
  • Miami International Airport named 1st  in International freight in the United States and 10th worldwide
  • Miami International Airport and related aviation industries contribute 282,000 direct and indirect jobs
  • Miami Free Zone offers over 850,000 square feet of duty-free warehouse, officer and showroom space for re-exported goods
  • The Port of Miami contributes over $18 billion annually to the local economy, and as the largest international container port in Florida, moved almost 1 million TEUs last year, accounting for billions of tons worth of cargo last year, representing approximately 180,000 direct and indirect jobs.

Six Zip Codes: 33122, 33126, 33166, 33172, 33178

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