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Businesses flow from afar into Brickell, downtown offices

Feb 12, 2019

The office market in the central business district and Brickell is solid, observers say, and not likely to be blown off course anytime soon.

“The market in downtown and Brickell is tight,” said Neisen Kasdin, office-managing partner at Akerman, LLP, and vice chair of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority. “The last spurt of new buildings came into the market 10 years ago, with 1450 Brickell, 600 Brickell and the Wells Fargo Building.”

Two new offices buildings that are part of Brickell City Centre and the Miami Central office buildings that were part of the Brightline launch leased up quickly, he added.

 

For complete article, please visit:The office market in the central business district and Brickell is solid, observers say, and not likely to be blown off course anytime soon.

“The market in downtown and Brickell is tight,” said Neisen Kasdin, office-managing partner at Akerman, LLP, and vice chair of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority. “The last spurt of new buildings came into the market 10 years ago, with 1450 Brickell, 600 Brickell and the Wells Fargo Building.”

Two new offices buildings that are part of Brickell City Centre and the Miami Central office buildings that were part of the Brightline launch leased up quickly, he added.

 

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