For four-and-a-half decades, Forte Properties has developed, owned and managed real estate in Miami-Dade County's premier urban locations.
As a second-generation developer, John Forte has left a noteworthy mark on the local skyline. In fact, from Coral Gables to Brickell and South, Beach, Greater Miami's landscape is defined by Forte Apartment buildings, office towers, retail centers and condominiums.
Today, Forte Properties remains committed to maintaining the highest standards in the industry. For this reason our commercial real estate purchasers are assured a finished product that delivers maximum investment value.
Our featured property, Madison Circle, is bound to exceed expectations of those seeking office spaces to rent or lease, or the unbeatable flexibility of shared offices and executive office suites in one of Miami's premier business district locations.
BIOGRAPHY OF BRADLEY FORTE
Vice President, Forté Properties
Bradley K. Forté is the aspiring, third generation leader of a South Florida family-run development and real estate company that has helped shape the region's business landscape.
"Brad" Forté is the son of John Forté, who arrived in Miami with his father and patriarch, Michael, in 1964. John Forté went on to build Forté Towers, a 1,200-unit apartment development that injected new life and much-needed housing into South Beach. Realizing new residents' need for simple retail amenities, John Forté built Forté Market on the Beach, a South Beach grocery store that served the city's needs for years to come.
It was there that Brad got his start in the family business. At 12 years old, Brad began working as a bagboy and shelf stocker – and taking his first steps into the business world.
Over the next decade, Brad was assigned to various learning enhancing positions including Forté Towers and Madison Circle, the family's 130,000-square-foot commercial office building at 3191 Coral Way in Coral Gables. He handled basic maintenance and learned as the management oversaw commercial building operations and tenant relations.
Commerce, volunteers for his young son's elementary school and coaches his youth sports teams.