Downtown Miami office tower Wells Fargo Center has surpassed 50 percent occupancy with two new leases valued at a combined $12 million.
Wells Fargo owner MetLife Real Estate Investors, a unit of MetLife Inc., signed long-term leases for a combined 21,370 square feet with flexible workspace provider Regus Business Centers Corp. and Manchester Business School America Inc.
The deals were announced in a statement from a MetLife spokeswoman and brokerage Taylor & Mathis Inc., which handles leasing at the tower that opened in mid-2010.
Regus is set to occupy 16,951 square feet in the 333 SE Second Ave. building. Manchester is moving into a 4,419-square-foot space.
These deals follow two leases announced last month totaling 25,000 square feet at Wells Fargo with law firm Littler Mendelson and real estate firm Studley Inc.
Taylor & Mathis broker Brian Gale is the lead leasing agent at the 750,000-square-foot Class A office tower. Another broker from the firm, Ryan Holtzman, represented MetLife in the Manchester lease. Manchester, which was represented by Lance Healy of Healy Commercial Real Estate LLC, is relocating from the Southeast Financial Center.
Keith Edelman and Scott Goldstein of Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. represented Regus.
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