Gladys Margarita Diaz
Gladys Margarita, a strategic entrepreneur and imaginative thinker, is altering the real estate world with transformative solutions. With over 30+ years of experience in South Florida and NYC, she brings a fresh perspective to the industry. Her focus on bridging the gap between the profit and the passion in property ownership utilizing technology applications, sets her apart.
Armed with a visionary mindset and a passion for architectural and urban design, GladMag breathes life into property ownership. During the pandemic, she integrated art as an amenity in market-rate multifamily properties, providing comfort to residents in quarantine. Her dedication has earned national acclaim, being handpicked as one of 75 top Latina Entrepreneurs nationwide by the Ford Foundation in 2021. An appearance on HGTV's 'Small Space Big Style' showcased her development acumen in maximizing spaces to provide live-work spaces for creatives.
GladMag's influence extends beyond accolades. As a Visiting Faculty, her Cornell Community Development Program in Miami gained support from national organizations like the Enterprise Foundation, providing a platform for students to succeed. She chairs the Architectural Design Review Advisory Committee for the Miami Dade Housing Finance Authority. This ensures Miami's affordable housing projects adhere to a design policy that fosters vibrant communities.
From navigating financial crises to creating projects, she turns challenges into triumphant successes. GladMag's impact extends far beyond the real estate realm, leaving an indelible mark on the industry and inspiring generations to come.