Governor Rick Scott Announces SeaLand to Open Miramar Headquarters Location at Huntington Centre


Project will create 65 jobs and a capital investment of $350,000

Governor Rick Scott announced that SeaLand will locate its corporate headquarters to Huntington Centre in Miramar. The shipping company will create 65 jobs and a capital investment of $350,000 in the South Florida community.

Governor Scott said, “The opening of SeaLand’s headquarters in Miramar is great news for area families, and the 65 new jobs that will be created will help more families live the American Dream here in Florida. Since December 2010, we have created 651,300 private-sector jobs and we will continue working to create an opportunity economy where every Floridian who wants a job can get one.”

“SeaLand’s 13,000 square foot headquarters in Miramar at MetLife’s Huntington Centre is a highly significant leasing deal in terms of economic impact,” said Taylor & Mathis Director of Leasing, Donna Korn. “The company will be an outstanding asset to Broward County.” Korn, along with Jennifer Gemma, brokered the lease transaction on behalf of landlord MetLife.

In January of 2014, Maersk Line, the world’s leading ocean transportation company and a unit of the A.P. Moller-Maersk Group, announced the formation of a regional, containerized shipping company – SeaLand – dedicated to the intra-Americas market.

With a structure similar to Maersk’s other successful regional carriers, including intra-Asia carrier MCC Transport and intra-Europe carrier Seago Line, SeaLand will feature knowledgeable, local sales and support personnel positioned in North, Central and South America, as well as the Caribbean, to meet the unique needs of customers throughout the region. This agile framework will provide greater flexibility and a higher-level of customer-focused service to these local markets. Maersk Line’s existing Intra-Americas service network will be the foundation for SeaLand’s ocean products.

Craig Mygatt, SeaLand’s CEO said, “We are excited to base our headquarters in Miramar, Florida. The SeaLand headquarters will act as the main hub for our business which spans throughout North, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. This location is ideal for our operation and will serve us well as we focus on delivering world-class shipping service for all of our customers throughout this vital region of the world. We believe Florida offers great opportunities for our team and their families. We thank Governor Scott, Secretary Swoope, the State of Florida, Enterprise Florida, and our local partners for their outstanding support on this project.”
The broader wholesale trade, transportation and logistics industry employs more than half a million Floridians. Of those, nearly 85,500 work at companies specifically providing logistics and distribution services. As the gateway to Latin America, Florida’s logistics and distribution industry is poised to grow further with the Panama Canal expansion, and the numerous infrastructure developments and upgrades underway around the state.

“SeaLand’s decision to locate in Florida validates the state’s success in maintaining a business climate that supports not only Florida’s extensive logistics industry, but our headquarters sector as well,” said Gray Swoope, president & CEO of Enterprise Florida. “Florida’s resources, including a strong workforce, expansive infrastructure and strategic partnerships, have created one of the top business climates in the country. We’re excited to see SeaLand take advantage of Florida’s assets and I congratulate them on this establishment.”

This project was made possible through the close partnerships of Enterprise Florida, the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, CareerSource Florida, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance and Broward County.

“Florida is a global trade hub and businesses that specialize in logistics, like SeaLand, thrive here,” said Jesse Panuccio, Executive Director of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. “This administration is focused on diversifying our economy and building our trade, transportation, and logistics industries so we can bring more jobs to our state for Florida families. With the creation of 65 new jobs over the next year by SeaLand, we are continuing to grow our opportunity economy.”

CareerSource Florida provides performance-based partial reimbursement grants to qualifying new or expanding businesses for customized employee training through the Quick Response Training (QRT) program.

“CareerSource Florida strongly supports the growth of Florida’s target industries through training grants that facilitate high-skill, high-wage jobs,” said CareerSource Florida President and CEO Chris Hart IV. “With the location of SeaLand’s new headquarters here, our beautiful state further strengthens its growing international reputation as the global hub for trade and logistics operations.”

“We are proud to welcome SeaLand to our city and commend the company for partnering with us as we work to sustain a strong economic base for our community,” said Miramar Mayor Lori C. Moseley.

“SeaLand is yet another example that ‘Broward Means Business.’ The company has a long distinguished reputation in the marine industry, which is a prime targeted business and we thank them for bringing jobs and a considerable investment to Broward County,” said Broward County Mayor Barbara Sharief. “Broward County continues its widespread effort to bring new companies to our area and we are pleased to welcome SeaLand to Miramar.”

“The Alliance is excited that SeaLand has located in Miramar. The company’s rich history and bright future in marine and logistics is a perfect match and strong addition to two of Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County’s targeted industries. We wish the company continued success,” said Alliance CEO Bob Swindell.

8th Annual Waterford 5K November 7th!


5K 2014The Annual 3.1 Mile Run Will Benefit Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation

Comcast Business in Florida is the new title sponsor of the 8th Annual Waterford 5K at Blue Lagoon: MEGA Glow Edition.  Committed to nearly a decade of health and wellness, the annual 5K (3.1 mile walk/run), which is produced by Taylor & Mathis and TeamFootWorks, will once again wind its way through Waterford at Blue Lagoon Office Park on Friday, November 7, beginning at 6:45 p.m., and will benefit the children and families at Miami Children’s Hospital. The entry fee is $35  through November 6 and $40 on race day. For more information or to register, visit or, or contact TeamFootWorks at (305) 666-RACE (7223) or

Comcast Business provides advanced communications services to organizations of all sizes. The company is currently expanding its fiber-based Ethernet network into Blue Lagoon, which will deliver Internet speeds up to 10 Gigabits per second (Gbps).

“Giving back to the community has always been a part of our company’s DNA,” said Gary Phillips, Vice President of Comcast Business in Florida. “Comcast Business is thrilled to be teaming up with these great local organizations to support Miami Children’s Hospital and the South Florida community through this engaging event.”

With a special competition that awards the overall male and overall female winner, the Comcast Business Waterford 5K is open to individuals, families, companies and businesses.  Participants will have the opportunity to race against their peers during an evening of fun and competition, and will enjoy a post-race MEGA glow-themed after party featuring Tony “The Hitman” with la Hora Loca, an interactive kids zone, South Florida’s favorite food trucks, giveaways and more.

“It’s incredible to be part of a run and company that continues to make strides in South Florida by giving back to organizations that touch the lives of so many individuals in the local community,” said Peter Romero, race organizer and senior property manager at Taylor & Mathis.  “The Comcast Business Waterford 5K at Blue Lagoon is more than just a run and last year’s record participation proves that. With the help of our corporate partners and the dedicated race participants, we’re able to give back year after year.”

For the fourth year, the Waterford 5K will donate 100 percent of its proceeds to charitable causes. A focus will be on efforts on providing additional funding for Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation, a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to create awareness and generate funds for Miami’s only licensed specialty hospital in South Florida exclusively for children, while ensuring that all children have access to state-of-the-art pediatric care. The race has raised more than $170,000 in support of local causes since its inception.

“We are incredibly grateful to Comcast Business, Taylor & Mathis and all of the participants for making children’s health and happiness a priority in our community,” said Lucy Morillo, president and CEO of Miami Children’s Health Foundation. “The funds raised from the event will benefit Together For The Children, The Campaign For Miami Children’s Hospital and will help us to continue fulfilling our mission of providing world-class care for children everywhere.”

Supporting sponsors for the 2014 Comcast Business Waterford 5K include Winn-Dixie, Breitling,  MetLife, Taylor & Mathis, TIAA CREF, Hogan, DRA Advisors, Waste Management, L’Oreal, ThyssenKrupp, OTIS, forair, CRS Facility Services, Brickell Magazine, Holiday Inn, Sofitel, TeamFootWorks and more.


Suffolk Construction to Move to One Biscayne Tower

One Biscayne Tower Exterior - Street ShotTaylor & Mathis of Florida has signed Suffolk Construction to a lease at Miami’s One Biscayne Tower.  Suffolk Construction is relocating from the airport submarket and expanding their offices into nearly 15,000 square feet downtown.

“Suffolk is excited to expand into a larger and more collaborative space in Miami. Not only are the views phenomenal, but the central location of One Biscayne Tower will allow us to better serve our clients and partners in the area,” stated Suffolk’s Vice President of Miami operations John Planz.

The Suffolk deal was negotiated by Taylor & Mathis’ Ryan Holtzman representing the owner and co-broker Lance Benson of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank representing the tenant.  One of the largest privately-held building contractors in the country, Suffolk’s Southeast Region has been headquartered in South Florida for 20 years.  The Southeast Region office has experienced tremendous growth in the past 18 months, adding over 100 new leadership and staff positions.  It is currently managing construction of Met3, Jade Signature, Sinai Residences, and The Jewel of Sarasota. Planz will oversee the Miami Worldcenter and the All Aboard Florida Miami Terminal.

“The leasing momentum we are seeing downtown and in particular at One Biscayne Tower is unprecedented in recent times,” according to Holtzman.  “We are thrilled to add another top notch firm to our tenant roster with even more on the way.”

Earlier this year One Biscayne Tower received Gold LEED certification by the Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System.  The building’s energy conservation program including comprehensive lighting and HVAC systems retrofits as well as water efficiency measures has resulted in utility energy savings of over 26%. “Energy conservation is a key component in attracting and retaining tenants,” stated Brian Gale, Taylor & Mathis Principal and Managing Director who leases the building on behalf the owner. During One Biscayne Tower’s LEED Gold certification process more than 83,000 square feet in lease transactions were completed.  Tenants include Northwestern Mutual, Sedgwick, LLP, Harvard Maintenance, Grass Roots America, Veritext, LLC, Foreman Friedman, ADD Inc., Young Bill Roumbus & Boles, PA, Flagler Investment, Marcus Neiman & Rashbaum, CellMark Pulp & Paper.

One Biscayne Tower is centered in the heart of Miami’s dynamic business district and is within walking distance of courthouses, hotels, restaurants, high-end retailers and overlooks beautiful Biscayne Bay and Bayfront Park. The building has won five Office Building of the Year (TOBY) Awards from the Building Owners & Managers Association (BOMA). For more information, visit

Prestige Health Choice, LLC Leases 49,324 SF at 9250 Doral

9250 DoralTaylor & Mathis of Florida has filled 56% of the office space at 9250 Doral in three deals valued at $19 million totaling more than 104,000 square feet since the building’s conversion and multi-million dollar renovation.  Prestige Health Choice, LLC has leased 49,324 square feet, over 25% of the building, in a transaction valued at $6 million.  Late last year California-based West Coast University signed a 45,000 square foot lease. The Prestige deal was brokered by Andrew Trench and Brian Gale of Taylor & Mathis representing the owner and co-broker Steve Smith of ComReal representing Prestige.

The building’s large 45,000+ square foot floor plates were instrumental in securing both deals.   “We are very excited to announce a new lease with Prestige Health Choice, an excellent, growing local company,” stated Trench.  “Because this office will be used to meet with several important government officials, clients and partners, Prestige required a high-end property with Class “A” presentation. With the capital that Delma Properties has invested into the renovation of the building, 9250 Doral offered Prestige the exact image they are looking to convey.  This is a great partnership between Landlord and Tenant.”  9250 Doral sits in one of the most exciting and rapidly growing areas of the Miami-Dade office market.

“Securing three large leases immediately following the building’s renovation and conversion confirms our commitment to the asset and in the market,” said Anthony Milelli, Executive Vice President, of Delma Properties.  “We’ve taken a Class B building and given it a Class A renovation. Tenants like Prestige Health and West Coast University are getting a great value.”

The former single tenant building recently underwent a multimillion dollar renovation by owner Delma Properties to convert the property to a multi-tenant office building.  The quality of the new interior finishes makes it feel like a brand new building.  It has great ceiling height and an excellent window line.  Two years ago, 9250 Doral’s single tenant occupant, Amadeus North America, moved out and the building became 100% vacant.

The building’s unique design incorporating three pods with near-360 views, offers multiple tenants the ability to occupy “corner” offices. It offers 45,000+ square-foot floor plates in an easy-access location, just minutes from Florida’s Turnpike on Doral’s main east-west throughway. The views of the iconic Doral Golf Resort and Spa just across the street are unparalleled. Located just a mile from Doral’s mixed-use city center, it is ideally positioned for business owners who appreciate the live-work concept. “With the views of Doral golf course and the City Center just a mile away, we’re uniquely positioned to take advantage of the best of Doral,” Gale said.  We’re right in the middle of everything.”  The 9250 Doral building, located at 9250 N.W. 36th Street, comprises 187,000 square feet of space with floor-to-ceiling views and reflective glass exterior.

Get Excited for Waterford 5K 2014

Waterford 5K is a 3.1 mile run/walk inside Miami’s Premier Office Park. The race is open to everyone – so join us! Whether for Business, Social or Family Fun – you’ll love the beautiful setting, delicious assortment of available food, musical entertainment and our special Family Fun Zone.

The race is on Friday, November 7, 2014 at 6:45 PM at 6100 Blue Lagoon Dr., Miami, FL 33126.



Only in Miami would BOMA create their own signature Happy Video. You’ll recognize lots of familiar T&M faces including lead video star Peter Romero.  BOMA membership is always ready to participate and support BOMA MIAMI and this is by far one of their most unique projects.  Check out the members’ spirit and dance moves!

PwC Leases 43,277 SF at Wells Fargo Center in Downtown Miami

PwC US Signs 13-year Lease to Occupy New Office in Downtown Miami – Firm Eyes Growth and Changing Workplace Model with Move of 300+ Employees 

WFT_E_AD_IMG_4810FPwC US  has made a major commitment to the region by signing a 13-year lease with MetLife, Inc. for 43,277 square feet at the Wells Fargo Center in downtown Miami. Approximately 300 PwC partners and professionals will make their move into the Gold LEED-certified building located at 333 SE 2nd Avenue in February 2015.

Taylor & Mathis Partner Brian Gale negotiated the lease on behalf of the landlord, MetLife.  PwC was represented by co-brokers Gregg Middelton and Carter Hopkins of CBRE. “We are ecstatic to add another top notch firm to our tenant roster at Wells Fargo Center” said Gale. “This is the second credit tenant moving from Brickell Avenue to Wells Fargo Center in Downtown Miami in the last 4 months. Wells Fargo Center has leased over 150,000 square feet of new leases in the last 16 months.”    In January Gale announced a 35,358 SF lease for GrayRobinson at Wells Fargo Center.

In addition to signaling its faith in an exciting and thriving part of downtown Miami, PwC sought out the building to accommodate its future growth plans. The professional services firm is optimistic about its long-term growth prospects in the market and intends to increase its employment in order to continue its strong growth trajectory in South Florida.

“PwC has a longstanding history of serving companies in the greater Miami area, and we’re looking forward to continuing that legacy,” said Mario de Armas, managing partner for PwC’s Florida market. “We continue to see an increased demand for our assurance, tax and consulting services, and we’re optimistic about our future employment and the growth of our business here. We also plan to continue our work in the community, with a focus on helping local schools and organizations improve education and financial literacy.”

The office will be equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including the latest media sharing and collaboration tools. De Armas noted that the layout of the new space will enhance team collaboration and knowledge sharing, cater to the mobile worker and aid in client service delivery.

“As our business and the businesses of our clients continue to evolve, we recognize that technology and the workforce of the future will change the way we work,” added de Armas. “The new office design reflects this, emphasizing teaming, personal flexibility and efficiency.”

The firm is committed to reducing its carbon footprint and will have the new space built with energy efficiency in mind. Sustainable materials and furnishings will be utilized throughout the space and PwC will strive for LEED certification when the build-out is complete.

“MetLife is excited to welcome such a high caliber firm as PwC to Wells Fargo Center.  As one of MetLife’s premier developments and long-term investments, the Wells Fargo Center continues to attract many of the country’s most prominent companies,” stated Chuck Davis, Director and Head of the MetLife Southeast Regional Office.

The 47-story Wells Fargo Center features scenic views of Biscayne Bay and Miami’s skyline and offers PwC a number of significant benefits, including a fitness center and restaurants. The center is also adjacent to a four-star hotel, which includes an entertainment complex, salon and spa, and shopping.


l;lWaterford Properties Win Regional BOMA Award!

6100 & 6303 Waterford were named Suburban Office Park – Low Rise Buildings of the Year the at last week’s Southern Regional TOBY Awards by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA).  The matching 4-story office buildings won the local Miami-Dade chapter award earlier this year and will compete for the international award this June in Orlando. Taylor & Mathis leases and manages the buildings on behalf of owner MetLife.

“The level of dedication Senior Property Manager Peter Romero and our management team put into the properties is well-reflected by this award. They are an amazing group of people.  It is so rewarding to see their professionalism and excellence recognized by their industry peers throughout the Southern region. Having a strong and committed owner such as MetLife enables our team to manage and operate the properties at the highest level. ” – Marlene Diaz, Taylor & Mathis Director of Operations.

The TOBY Awards are the most prestigious and comprehensive programs of their kind in the commercial real estate industry recognizing quality in office buildings and rewarding excellence in office building management. During the competition, all facets of a building’s operations are thoroughly evaluated. Buildings are judged on everything from community involvement and site management to environmental and “green” policies and procedures.

6100 & 6303 Waterford, located in Miami’s Waterford at Blue Lagoon office park, a 250-acre master planned business park minutes from Miami International Airport, are managed with a strong commitment toward corporate responsibility. From an economic standpoint, the two office buildings contribute $900,000 to local government in taxes alone. $383,894 is attributed to 6100 Waterford, while 6303 Waterford contributed $367,899 in 2012. The buildings house hundreds of jobs for diverse tenants such as Parbel of Florida (L’Oreal), Office Suites PLUS, Biomet, Avisena, Phoenix American Insurance Group, Johnson & Johnson, CSA Group, The Yachts of Seabourn, and The Art of Shaving. Additional jobs are generated through contractors, sub-contractors, and vendor relationships.

Community impact from the properties has been significant.  Property Manager Peter Romero has created and organized the largest corporate event at Waterford and in the Blue Lagoon area. The Waterford 5k at Blue Lagoon was first organized in 2007 benefitting Autism Speaks; it has since grown into one of the most anticipated 5K events in the Miami-Dade area and is now known as the FedEx Waterford 5k at Blue Lagoon. The race includes over 2500 participants, over 60 corporate sponsors, and has contributed over $133,000 to charities including Miami Children’s Hospital.

Reducing environmental impact was a factor in securing the BOMA awards.  A 2013 report from Waste Management highlighted the direct impact made on the environment by incorporating a Single Stream Recycling Program at the T&M managed Waterford properties. The compelling results: 42% of total waste was diverted, creating a savings of: 95,197 kw-hours of electricity (enough to power 8 homes for a full year) ; 1,954 gallons of oil (enough energy to heat and cool 10 homes for a full year); 463 gallons of gasoline (enough gasoline to drive 12,973 miles); 393 mature trees (enough to produce 4,872,784 sheets of newspaper); 135,135 gallons of water (enough to meet the fresh water needs of 7,211 people for a month) and 76 cubic yards of landfill airspace (enough airspace to meet the disposal needs of a community of 1,169 people).


First Quarter Leasing Exceeds 63,000 SF for Taylor & Mathis Broward Team

image001Taylor & Mathis of Florida’s Broward leasing team has executed 63,673 square feet of leases in the first quarter of 2014. “After years of company downsizing and consolidation, we are seeing significant interest in expansions as well as a move to upgraded office space,” according to T&M Director of Leasing Donna Korn.  “In the first quarter alone we have completed 43,691 square feet of lease expansions and renewals and nearly 20,000 square feet of new deals.”  Last year Taylor & Mathis leased nearly 180,000 square feet of office space throughout their Broward County portfolio.

Donna Korn and Jennifer Gemma of Taylor & Mathis brokered the following office lease transactions in Broward County on behalf of the building landlords including 20,216 and 18,888 square feet leased at MetLife’s Miramar Center and Venture Corporate Center and 24, 569 square feet leased at Brookdale Realty’s Corporate Center in Sawgrass Corporate Park.

·ROW Management, Ltd. will relocate their offices from Miramar to 10,624 square feet at Brookdale Realty’s Corporate Centre I in Sawgrass Corporate Park.  Ryan Nunes and Scott Allen of CBRE co-brokered the deal.  ROW is responsible for sales, marketing, operations and administration of The World, the largest, privately owned residential yacht on earth. “We are extremely pleased with the high level of service provided to us by the Taylor & Mathis team,” said ROW’s President & CEO Tom McAlpin. “They have done a fine job of accommodating our requirements in a professional and timely manner. The building and surrounding area meets our needs and we are looking forward to our move this summer.”

·Lockton Companies, LLC, the world’s largest privately owned insurance brokerage firm, signed a 12,317 square foot renewal at MetLife’s Miramar Centre in Miramar, Florida.  The deal was co-brokered by Alexander Brown and Charlie Barton of CRESA.

·Interim Healthcare, Inc. signed a renewal and expansion of 12,486 square feet for their corporate headquarters at Brookdale Realty’s Corporate Centre III in Sawgrass Corporate Park.  Ryan Rosalsky of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank co-brokered the deal on behalf of the national franchisor of home care, hospice and healthcare staffing companies.

·NV5, Inc. signed a renewal and expansion of 11,776 square feet for their corporate headquarters at MetLife’s Venture Corporate Center in Hollywood, Florida.   The firm nearly doubled the size of their offices with a 7,166 square foot expansion.  NV5 Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: NVEE) is a provider of professional and technical engineering and consulting solutions to public and private sector clients in the infrastructure, energy, construction, real estate and environmental markets.

·South Florida Regional Planning Council, a planning and public policy agency, renewed their lease of 7,112 square feet at MetLife’s Venture Corporate Center in Hollywood, Florida.

·Network specialist Ciena Communications, Inc. will relocate from Doral to 6,237 square feet at MetLife’s Miramar Centre in Miramar, Florida.  The deal was co-brokered by Ryan Ackerman of CBRE.

·HSDI Technology, Inc., a human resources consulting and staffing service, signed a 1,662 square foot lease at MetLife’s Miramar Centre in Miramar, Florida.

·Global provider of integrated communications, R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company signed a 1,459 square feet at Brookdale Realty’s Corporate Centre I in Sawgrass Corporate Park.  Ryan Nunes and Scott Allen of CBRE co-brokered the deal.

Renewals & Expansions Drive Leasing Success at 355 Alhambra

66,104 Square Feet Leased


Taylor & Mathis of Florida has renewed and/or expanded 53,853 square feet of leases at 355 Alhambra, a landmark office building in Coral Gables. An additional 12,251 square feet was leased to Bank of America in a new deal.

The award-winning 355 Alhambra, last year’s BOMA Regional Office Building of the Year, has a historically high retention rate with renewals & expansions driving its recent leasing success.  Owned by AEW Capital Management (AEW) it is leased and managed by Taylor & Mathis of Florida.  The Taylor & Mathis’ Miami leasing team of Brian Gale, Ryan Holtzman, Andrew Trench and Jeannette Mendoza brokered the deals on behalf of the owner.


Recent deals totaling 66,104 square feet include:

  • Merrill Lynch Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc. – Extension – 28,844 RSF – Co-brokered by Javier Osuna of Lincoln Harris
  • Bank of America, N.A. – 12,251 RSF – New – Co-brokered by Javier Osuna of Lincoln Harris
  • Marquis Bank – 12,231 SF Renewal & Expansion (4,803 RSF – Expansion – 7,428 RSF – Renewal) – Co-brokered by Barbara Liberatore Black of Cresa
  • RBB Public Relations, LLC – 6,564 RSF – Renewal – Co-brokered by Adriana J. Rosillo of Flagler Real Estate Services
  • Genesis Investment Advisors LLC. – 5,371 RSF – Renewal – Co-brokered by David Steinfeld of JLL
  • Catalyst Pharmaceutical Partners, Inc. – 843 RSF – Expansion – Co-brokered by Matthew Cheezem of Cresa

Located at the center of the Coral Gables business district, this landmark, 16-story, 224,000-square-foot Class A office building is home to nationally-known tenants such as Merrill Lynch, Chase Bank, and Kraft Foods.  The building is GOLD LEED certified. For more information visit

About AEW Capital Management, L.P.

Founded in 1981, AEW Capital Management, L.P. (AEW) provides real estate investment management services to investors worldwide. One of the world’s leading real estate investment advisors, AEW and its affiliates manage over $33 billion of capital invested in $47 billion of property and securities in North America, Europe and Asia (as of December 31, 2011). Grounded in research and experienced in the complexities of the real estate and capital markets, AEW actively manages portfolios in both the public and private property markets and across the risk/return spectrum. AEW and its affiliates have offices in Boston, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Singapore and Hong Kong, as well as additional offices in nine European cities. For more information please visit


For further information please contact:

Brian Gale, Taylor & Mathis

(305) 476-8880