Transwestern’s South Florida Agency Leasing team announced that Miami Tower, a 47-story, landmark office skyscraper at 100 SE Second St. in downtown Miami, increased occupancy by 32,500 square feet.
Transwestern Managing Director Glenn H. Gregory and Vice President Christopher Dubberly negotiated the following new, long-term lease agreements:
• BDO USA, the United States Member Firm of BDO International, a global accounting network, signed a 23,000-square-foot lease to consolidate its Brickell and Coral Gables offices into one downtown Miami location. Dubberly represented Miami Tower ownership, and Gregory represented the tenant.
• The Chartwell Law Offices, a national law firm, signed a 9,500-square-foot lease, marking its relocation from Southeast Financial Center in downtown Miami. Gregory and Dubberly represented Miami Tower ownership, and Franklin Street Director Tom Farmer and Gola Corporate Real Estate’s Eric Wahlers represented the tenant.
“Both transactions were complex in that timing for lease negotiations were paramount and each deal hinged on a vacating tenant releasing its space,” said Dubberly. “We expeditiously worked with all parties to create a mutually beneficial outcome for both tenants and the landlord, eliminating downtime and vacancy of a full floor in the process.”
Miami Tower is one of the tallest buildings that illuminates Miami’s skyline.