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Check out who’s signing big leases in SoFla
New year, new leases: the first few days of 2016 have already seen companies sign some sizable leases in South Florida, including a trophy space at one of the upcoming Brickell City Centre office towers.
The Real Deal analyzed data from CoStar Group, a commercial real estate information company, to come up with some of the biggest deals signed so far this year:
Florida Department of Financial Services
Florida’s financial agency just sealed a deal for 28,792 square feet of office space in a West Palm Beach government building.
The Florida Department of Financial Services leased about a third of the space at 400 North Congress Avenue for $619,000 per year. The three-story building measures 72,000 square feet and is also occupied by the Florida Department of Financial Services, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Cushman & Wakefield brokered the deal. The landlord is Calidus Holdings, an investment company that focuses on commercial real estate. The deal breaks down to $21.50 per square foot.