MetWest International a Great Fit for Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant

We’re glad MetWest International was such a great fit for Cooper’s Hawk! As reported in the Tampa Bay Business Journal:  Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant Founder Tim McEnery said he toured several Florida metropolitan areas, including Orlando, Naples and Sarasota, before he selected the MetWest International development. The site was at the top of the list for its visibility, high traffic and proximity to office buildings, retail, hotels and restaurants.

Area activity prompts restaurant, retail openings – Tampa Bay Business JournalSubscriber-Only Article Preview | For full site access: Subscribe Now TAMPA – Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant has made its Tampa debut. The 11,300-square-foot Boy Scout Boulevard location is the first in Florida for the restaurant chain. Cooper’s Hawk opened its first location in Orland Park, Ill., in 2005, following about four years of development. A second location followed in 2007, and the chain has since grown to 12 locations, including Tampa, which opened March 11. Founder Tim McEnery said he toured Florida several metropolitan areas, including Orlando, Naples and Sarasota, before he selected the MetWest International development. The site was at the top of the list for its visibility, … Margaret Cashill’s beats include technology, hospitality, retail and restaurants.

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Peter Romero Leads BOMA Miami in the Harlem Shake at Luncheon

 

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At last week’s BOMA Miami luncheon Jose Abreu, Miami Aviation Director, was presented with the Vanguard Award for all of his years of service to Miami-Dade County. BOMA MIAMI attendees  broke out into the Harlem Shake just before the start of the luncheon presentation. “This is the first time a commercial building organization dances live on video,” says Peter Romero, Chair of the Events Committee for BOMA MIAMI. “We were inspired by The Heat Harlem Shake video and knew we could do a great Harlem Shake. We thank all that participated and took the challenge to stay in step with the times.” Jose Abreu looked on as BOMA Miami took to the floor in good spirits.  Taylor & Mathis Senior Property Manager, Peter Romero started the Harlem Shake and as you can see the room of attendees can really shake up the dance floor.

Taylor & Mathis Secures 32,000 Square Feet of Renewals at Espirito Santo Plaza

Espirito NightThe Signature Office Tower Remains 95% Occupied

Taylor & Mathis has finalized two deals comprising 32,000 square feet of lease renewals at Espirito Santo Plaza. The renewals place the sculptural glass tower on Brickell Avenue at 95 percent leased.

International law firm, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, the second-largest tenant in the building, renewed its lease for 24,381 square feet in a seven-year deal.  The Taylor & Mathis’ Miami leasing team of Brian Gale, Andrew Trench and Ryan Holtzman, exclusive leasing agents for Espirito Santo Plaza handled the lease, working directly with Weil. The New York-based law firm has been a tenant at Espirito Santo Plaza since 2001.

“As one of the original tenants of the building and one of the most recognizable names in the legal industry, it was only natural for us to work with them to extend their lease term at Espirito Santo Plaza, “said Taylor & Mathis’ Andrew Trench. “Espirito Santo Plaza is a magnificent property recognized both as a signature among the Miami skyline and as the Miami headquarters of such a prominent law firm.”

Legg Mason Global Asset Management renewed their lease of 7,780 square feet for an additional five years. The lease was co-brokered by Alan Kleber & Matt Cheezem of CRESA.   Legg Mason is one of the largest asset management firms in the world, serving institutional and individual investors on six continents. For more information, visit http://www.leggmason.com.

Less than 5 percent of the office space remains available at the mixed-use property that also includes the Conrad Miami hotel and 10 floors of luxury condominiums.

Espirito Santo Plaza is a 36-story mixed-use glass tower with an attached 12-story parking garage and 260,000 square feet of Class A office space. The Conrad Miami — Hilton Hotel’s luxury brand — features 203 guest rooms, a ballroom and meeting facilities and specialty retail/restaurant space. The top floors of the property consist of a fully equipped health club and 116 luxury condominium residences overlooking the soaring 11 story atrium.

Located on a full city block fronting at 1395 Brickell Avenue, in the heart of Miami’s international financial market, Espirito Santo Plaza’s main tower designed by KPF welcomes visitors with a dramatic 36 story concave figural arc symbolizing the gateway to Latin America.  http://espiritosantoplaza.com/

Taylor & Mathis’ Miami Team Volunteers for Kids in Distress

Our Miami team swooped in to help Kids in Distress spruce up their facility as they look to achieve their re certification later this month.  The team accomplished even more than expected thanks to everyone’s hard work and dedication to this great organization!

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9250 Doral Recapitalized, Undergoing Full Renovation

It presents an unprecedented opportunity for all size tenants to occupy space in one of the most exciting and rapidly growing areas of the Miami-Dade office market, said Brian Gale of Taylor & Mathis, the exclusive leasing agent.

A multimillion dollar renovation is in the works at 9250 Doral as owner Delma Properties prepares to bring the former single tenant office building to the multi-tenant leasing market. With the largest single block of available office space in the Doral area, the 187,000 square-foot office building is being repositioned as a multi-tenant office building.

Doral office undertakes $7M renovationA former 187,000-square-foot, single-tenant office building in Doral is being converted for multiple tenants

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