Miami, Florida - November 4, 2022 - Adam Greenfader’s motivation for Why Puerto Rico Now originates from his first-hand experience of living through climate related tragedies. September 2022 marked the five-year anniversary of Hurricanes Irma and Maria – the worst climate disaster in Puerto Rico’s modern-day history. Adam also had several family members perish in the building collapse in Surfside, Florida.
New approaches are urgently needed to rebuild Puerto Rico for the long term and create an independent economic model that will last generations. The author lived in Puerto Rico for 25 years and completed over 1 billion dollars in residential, hospitality, and commercial developments in Puerto Rico. Adam continues to work on-island and is a champion for Puerto Rico and avid organizer of Puerto Rico based investment events, on-line seminars, and island promotional publications.
Why Puerto Rico Now will be soon released in a digital share format or NFT. This new technology will allow those who collaborated in the work to participate in its success. The goal is that Why Puerto Rico Now becomes a peer-to-peer platform for innovation.
This book is intended for the 3 million Puerto Ricans that live on island and the 5 million that live off-island primarily in NYC, NJ, and Florida. Why Puerto Rico Now may be of specific interest to the more than 15,000 Act 60 (formerly Act 20/22) grantees who are looking to Puerto Rico as a place to live, invest, or to help economically.
On November 14, 2022, Adam will be officially launching his new book at the Puerto Rico Builders Association annual conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico. It is also available on Audio read by the author.
About The Author:
Adam Greenfader is a recognized business leader, speaker, and forward-looking thinker. He is the chairman of AG&T, a real estate development and advisory firm based in Miami, Florida.
AG&T specializes in residential development, hospitality, and island projects. Adam moved to Puerto Rico in 1993 and lived in San Juan for 25 years, where he and his wife raised their two children. Part of his motivation for this book comes from his first-hand experience of living through multiple hurricanes and climate change related tragedies.
He holds a Master of Real Estate Development (M.R.E.D.) degree from the University of Southern California and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Clark University. Adam attributes his passion for art, design, and photography, from his studies at the Universite de la Sorbonne, in Paris, France.
Adam Greenfader was an early innovator and likes to say O.G. in Puerto Rico's internet development with the launching of vidacool.com, a social media community for Hispanic youth. Adam is passionate about the convergence of blockchain and real estate, finding innovative solutions to sustainable development and creating resilient communities.
Adam has been a long-time member of the Puerto Rico Builders Association, the National Association of Home Builders, and the Caribbean Green Building Council. Adam Greenfader currently chairs the Urban Land Institute’s Caribbean committee in Southeast Florida/Caribbean. In his spare time, he enjoys mentoring students at the University of Miami Master of Real Estate Development program.
As Puerto Rico turns a page on a new chapter in its economic development, Adam is hopeful for a better tomorrow.
For complete information, visit: www.whypuertoriconow.com