AECOM developed a report analyzing the coastal hazards facing the business community of Dania Beach, Florida. The study utilized the REMI model to present estimates of economic costs that could occur from failing to take action to protect Dania Beach’s businesses from future storm surge and sea level rise impacts. Researchers also evaluated the economic benefits from adaption actions that mitigate future coastal hazards to the City’s commercial core. In addition to consideration of the costs and benefits of protective investments to reduce future hazard risks, it is also important to consider the opportunities for advancing economic resilience in communities like Dania Beach. This study illustrates that advancing economic resilience requires action by both the public and private sector at various geographic scales, while explaining that both communities have a shared interest in partnering on this front.