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Moishe Mana

Moishe Mana’s march to riches and influence really did start with a single van. His is a classic American tale. The Israeli-born law-school dropout parlayed that van into a ubiquitous New York City moving company that begat 14 or 15 other related enterprises, including a document-storage offshoot that, just by itself, generates $100 million in annual revenue. That was only his first act. Mana created milk studios then turned urban-turnaround artist, taking on an early role in the transformation of Manhattan’s Meatpacking District and transmuting a 35-acre swath of grimy industrial buildings in distressed Jersey City into a sprawling, humming full-service hub for artists, art collectors and art institutions.

Now the bantam-size billionaire has focused his gigantic ambitions on Miami, where he has quietly become the single biggest landowner in two key resurgent neighborhoods. A vision for an Asia-Latin America trade hub in Wynwood that he says could turn Miami into the Hong Kong of the Americas, and a tech hub in a revitalized, mixed-use district on Flagler that he believes could become “the Silicon Valley” of Latin America.


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