Brian Gale’s leasing team had their best leasing year ever in 2013 with 625,000 square feet of office space leased at a value of approximately $158 million.
Within six weeks of learning full floor tenant Jordan Burt would not be renewing their lease at 777 Brickell due to a merger with Carlton Fields, Taylor & Mathis signed Quest Workspaces to lease the 20,000 square foot space to be vacated by the law firm. The executive suite company will open their second location in Miami’s Brickell Financial District in April moving to temporary space at the building until the new space build out is completed.
“The same day we learned the merger had gone through we called the Quest Workspaces’ broker, Lance Benson of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, and said we have a great space for Quest if they are looking for another location on Brickell,” stated Taylor & Mathis Partner Brian Gale. “We made one phone call and six weeks later had a signed lease.” The space is ideal for Quest. Former law firm space is very office intensive a necessity for an executive suite. Taylor & Mathis also signed Quest to a 37,000 square foot renewal and expansion at Espirito Santo Plaza earlier this year. The Taylor & Mathis’ Miami leasing team of Brian Gale and Andrew Trench worked with co-broker Benson representing Quest Workspaces, to complete the transactions.
“Quest Workspaces is an emerging executive center with a trendy & modern vibe,” stated Trench. “This is not your 1980’s executive suite. They will be a great asset to 777 Brickell which is an impeccably maintained office building with class A finishes. Executive suites often serve as incubator space for new companies poised for growth.”
“Miami is evolving into a world class city and Brickell Avenue is setting the pulse for the area’s growth and expansion,” said Laura Kozelouzek, founder and CEO of Quest Workspaces. “777 Brickell is a superior fusion of a chic and professional office space, in a prime location, priced at 20 percent less than our current Brickell [Espirito Santo Plaza] pricing, which will give clients the added value of a prestigious, downtown office address at a more affordable square footage price tag.”
Quest’s seventh location in less than three years and second location on Brickell Avenue is located in the hub of downtown Miami’s financial district. The new development solidifies Quest as the 15th largest tenant in Miami’s burgeoning business district among the ranks of Bank of America, HSBC and Florida International University. The new center at 777 Brickell Avenue, encompassing the entire fifth floor, will feature more than 90 offices and offers flexible workspace solutions that cater to companies of all sizes from start-ups to global brands.
The SunTrust Building at 777 Brickell Avenue is a multi-use facility with business and lifestyle amenities, gourmet restaurants including Truluck’s, a beauty salon, covered parking garage, banking with ATM and 24/7 building access and security. The Energy Star labeled property is within walking distance to Mary Brickell Village and is less than 10 miles from Miami International Airport.
About Quest Workspaces
Quest Workspaces provides flexible and affordable workspace solutions to support companies of all sizes and stages. Quest offers move-in ready, executive office suites, virtual offices for home-based and mobile workers and conference/meeting rooms for hourly and daily rental. Quest features seven, state-of-the-art executive centers including: the Time Life Building at 1271 Avenue of the Americas in New York City, Espirito Santo Plaza in the heart of downtown Brickell, SunTrust Building at 777 Brickell Ave., 1200 Building in Boca Raton, 2525 Ponce de Leon in Coral Gables, the 101 Tower in downtown Fort Lauderdale and 515 N. Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach. For more information, please call 1.800.268.1051 or visit www.questworkspaces.com.