Are Restaurants And Retailers Fleeing South Beach Due To High Violent Crime Rates?

  • Published by Peter Zalewski
  • 10/13/2023
  • 10:25:15 PM

Are Restaurants And Retailers Fleeing South Beach Due To High Violent Crime Rates?

In this episode of the “Miami Reporters Roundtable Podcast With Peter Zalewski of Condo Vultures®,” a panel of four former and current journalists discuss the relocation of a popular Lincoln Road restaurant from South Beach to Greater Downtown Miami at the same time that a new report ranks Miami Beach as the third most dangerous South Florida city based on FBI crime statistics.

The discussion is based on two stories published in South Florida.

The first story was published in the Miami New Times: “Juvia Miami Beach Is Closed, Will Reopen At Miami Worldcenter”

Here’s a link: ‘

The second story was published by NBC 6 Miami: “Crime In Florida: Miami Beach Is Among The Most Dangerous Cities, FBI Data Finds. Here’s The Full List”

Here’s a link: ‘

This week’s panel is comprised of Zalewski (@PeterAZalewski) along with former business reporters John Fakler (@JTFakler), Jean Gruss (@JeanGruss) of and and current freelance reporter Oshrat Carmiel (@OshratCarmiel) who publishes the newsletter

This program features current and former journalists discussing the biggest stories from the previous week.
The objective of this program is to cut through the fluff and hyperbole of South Florida real estate marketing, in hopes, of assisting the audience to better understand the key points impacting decision making.

The Miami Reporters Roundtable Podcasts can be viewed or heard wherever you get your podcasts. Alternatively, this podcast is available on the channel: CondoVulturesTV.

Check out the new line of merchandise from the Miami Reporters Roundtable Podcast at: ‘

Please send all questions and comments to @MiamiRRP on X (formerly Twitter), Instagram and TikTok.

To ask a question or make a comment, please reach us at or 305.865.5859

Leave a Reply

Skip to content