Grit and tenacity sum up this year’s roster of influential women. Using a playbook written almost exclusively by them, many of these extraordinary professionals embarked on commercial real estate careers at a time when this wasn’t commonplace.
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Stearns Weaver Miller, one of South Florida’s largest law firms, will open a new office in the new 2020 Salzedo mixed-use building in Coral Gables. The firm signed a 3,000-square-foot lease for the penthouse space in the building with developer Codina Partners.
The first phase of All Aboard Florida’s MiamiCentral project — a stand-alone 96,000-square-foot office tower adjacent to the downtown Miami transit hub — is on track to open this summer despite a delay in train service.
For the next three years Tere Blanca will lead discussions with Florida’s business community on how to make the justice system more accessible for low- to moderate-income residents struggling with legal burdens.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami recently hosted more than 400 of Miami’s professional, social and philanthropic leaders at the second-annual “Hard Hats and High Heels” cocktail reception and fundraiser at EAST, Miami in Brickell City Centre.
Looking ahead to the rest of 2017, we can expect to see continued improvement of Miami’s office market based on strong market fundamentals and employment growth.
MIAMI—Tere Blanca of Blanca Commercial Real Estate unpacks the process for professional service firms as they redesign their office spaces to align with the “workplace of the future” in this EXCLUSIVE commentary.
Accounting firms today are increasingly striving to redefine their office spaces in an effort to reap the benefits of the “workplace of the future.”
Five companies have opened new locations and another firm has expanded in the One Park Square office building in Doral.
Huddle rooms, smart boards, showers, proximity to mass transit — urban- dwelling millennials have a new set of requirements for the workspace.