Broward County Business & Professional Education & Training

The State of Latinos in Sunrise at Metropica

The State of Latinos in Sunrise at MetropicaThursday, October 11, 6pm-8pm – Metropica Sales Gallery, 1800 NW 136th Ave, Sunrise

Metropica will host a panel to discuss the Latino population in the City of Sunrise, which makes up more than 20 percent. Topics being covered will include Development, Education, Small Business, Immigration and Politics with experts including Mayor Michael Ryan, Mayor of the City of Sunrise; Carol M. Lopez Rios, Broward County School Board; Ana M. Diaz Granados, Servpro of Sunrise; Natalia Nunez del Prado, One Sotheby’s International; Josie Bacallo, Hispanic Unity; and Michael Garcia, Hispanic Vote.

Metropica is a 65-acre master planned community set to transform South Florida’s West Broward corridor. Once complete, Metropica will encompass 2,250 residential condominiums and apartments; up to 485,000 square feet of world-class retail, shopping and dining experiences; 650,000 square feet of contemporary, Class-A office space; lush green spaces including a Central Park; public spaces dedicated to the arts; and boutique luxury hotel offering convenient services and exclusive amenities.