Developers now have more than 18,000 new apartment units planned or under construction in Miami. That works out to 10.8% of the existing inventory, more than any other major metropolitan area, according to Real Capital Analytics. In addition, there are more than 47,000 new condominiums east of Interstate 95 in Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, and Broward counties, with more than 22,000 those units coming on line, of which 71% are in Miami-Dade County. Miami already has more than 15,000 condos on the market which represents a 14-month supply, a 20.4% spike in just one year. Sectors expected to drive growth through 2020 include healthcare, education, and infrastructure. Infrastructure is forecasted to grow at a 9.7% annual rate, while healthcare is projected to grow 6.7% annually, and education at 3.9%. Construction labor has not been able to keep up with current construction market demand. With more than 90% of Florida general contractors looking to hire, skilled labor is in short supply. Top regional projects include the Turkey Point Nuclear Reactors ($20.0B), American Dream Miami ($4.0B), and the Miami Herald Redevelopment ($3.1B).