Crédit Agricole will vacate their current offices at Courvoisier Center, located at 601 Brickell Key Drive, and will occupy the entire 37th floor, or 20,137 square feet. The value of the 12-year lease was not released, but starts in November. The 600,000-square-foot, 40-story tower is scheduled for completion in August.
“This lease reaffirms Crédit Agricole’s long-term commitment to the wealth management business in the Americas and emphasizes the strategic location of Miami,” said Mathieu Ferragut, general manager of Crédit Agricole Private Banking Miami. David Marongiu, COO of Crédit Agricole Private Bank Miami, lauded 600 Brickell at Brickell World Plaza as “an impressive amount of technology tucked inside a refined but conventional office tower.”
“There is a tremendous interest in this property from high quality tenants like Crédit Agricole because 600 Brickell is unlike anything the U.S. market has to offer,” Steinfeld said. “The combination of LEED Platinum and this level of forward-thinking technology is entirely unique to 600 Brickell.”
Glenn H. Gregory, senior VP of the Miami office of Jones Lang LaSalle, represented Crédit Agricole Private Banking Miami. “Although Crédit Agricole had several great choices to consider for its Miami operations, 600 Brickell was well positioned to provide the 21st-century office space that was essential for its business,” said Gregory.
600 Brickell will be one of a handful of Class-A office buildings in the world, and the first in Florida, to be certified LEED Platinum, the highest level available from the U.S. Green Building Council.
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