Optimize your financial institution’s Miami real estate footprint to maintain an ideal location while uncovering cost savings.
55 percent of Miami’s total banking community resides in one of two downtown submarkets—Brickell and Downtown—with the majority of industry tenants in Class A and Trophy buildings. In 2014, 19 percent of Miami’s leasing activity was due to financial services renewals and expansions, with the highest growth among wealth management and insurance firms.We expect that potential trade with Cuba, as well as Latin America more broadly, will benefit many of the major industry sectors in and around Miami—and be particularly lucrative in banking and financial services.Demand for space will continue to grow, and smart firms will look to consolidation strategies to ensure that they can remain in the Class A CBD space they prefer.If you need help navigating the tight Miami real estate market, we’re here to help. Through services ranging from tenant representation and workplace strategy to onsite property management, we’ve helped banks and other financial institutions achieve:
Over the past 20 years, JLL's banking experts have worked with more than half of the world’s top 25 banks—including HSBC and KeyCorp —managing 260 million square feet of space.
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