Southeast Financial Center, Florida’s tallest and largest office tower and plaza totaling 1.225 million square feet in the heart of Miami’s Central Business District, announced today that it has signed 31,038 square feet of space to national financial institutions.
Renowned as the premier business hub in the southeast, Southeast Financial Center continues to attract and retain marquis financial and wealth management organizations. Of its twenty financial-related tenants occupying more than 290,000 square feet, two have recently solidified their footprint at the building.
Merrill Lynch, one of the world’s premier providers of wealth management, securities trading and sales, corporate finance and investment banking services, has signed a long-term renewal and expansion totaling 22,498 square feet.
Interaudi Bank, a private independent New York and Florida based institution, has signed a long-term renewal for 8,540 square feet.
“Miami serves as the gateway to business in the Americas. These financial institutions long-term commitment towards Southeast Financial Center solidifies our property as the epicenter of this growth sector,” said Donald Cartwright, Senior Vice President with Jones Lang LaSalle, the exclusive leasing and management agent for the property.
The most significant leased tower in the state of Florida with approximately one million square feet under occupancy, Southeast Financial Center continues to represent the epicenter of the City’s business as well as the gateway to the Americas.
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