In a sign that Miami’s corporate sector continues to place value on premium office space despite economic volatility, 1450 Brickell Avenue, the class A office building that came online in Miami’s Brickell Financial District in the first quarter of 2010, completed 230,470 rentable square feet of new lease transactions last year.
This brisk activity set pace for the market and solidified 1450 Brickell’s standing as Miami’s premier class A office property. The transactions completed — along with the 80,000 square foot space taken by law firm Bilzin Sumberg in September 2009 — bring the total amount of space leased in the building to roughly 305,000 rentable square feet.
The leases finalized in 2010 included a healthy mix of major corporate users, local and entrepreneurial firms, multinational companies, and new-to-market tenants. 1450 Brickell’s 2010 additions include among others: financial giant JP Morgan Chase, BNY/Mellon, executive search firm Korn/Ferry International, private investment firm H.I.G. Capital, Spanish financial institution Bancaja, law firm Ratzan & Rubio, investment banking firm BroadSpan Capital, commercial reinsurance company International Broking Solutions, commercial real estate firm Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, Agri Commodity Trade, consulting firm Preston III, global commodities trader Yntegra, and Kempler Energy, which relocated to 1450 Brickell from New York City.
Sacha’s Café also signed a lease for retail space in the building’s breezeway. Sacha’s will open in the second quarter of 2011, serving breakfast and lunch.
“2010 was a banner year for 1450 Brickell, which has enjoyed a steady stream of leasing activity and now stands alone as the most sought-after high-rise class A office tower in Miami’s Brickell/Downtown area,” said Tere Blanca, president and CEO of exclusive leasing agent Blanca Commercial Real Estate.
“Beyond the sheer volume of deal flow we’ve experienced, we’re proud of the strong tenant makeup that has been drawn to the building. We’re finding that major corporations and mid-sized entrepreneurial firms alike value the benefits of locating in a LEED Gold certified building that offers strong ownership, superior construction quality, efficient floor plates, and panoramic views in an easily accessible location.”
1450 Brickell’s setting in Miami’s Brickell Entrance neighborhood means tenants are within walking distance of more than 30 retail businesses, restaurants and high-end hotels, as well as Miami’s Metromover, which provides transportation throughout Downtown Miami.
Designed by Miami-based architecture firm NBWW and Associates and constructed by Coastal Construction, 1450 Brickell offers panoramic views of Biscayne Bay, Brickell Avenue, and the city of Miami. Floor-to-ceiling windows and wide-open floor plates range in size from 24,000 square feet to 25,600 square feet, maximizing the flow of natural light throughout tenant areas.
To learn more, visit online at www.1450Brickell.com. For leasing information, contact Tere Blanca or Danet Linares of Blanca Commercial Real Estate at 305-577-8850.
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