— Brian Bandell (@BrianBandell) January 6, 2014
Check out the new Wells Fargo Center Fitness Center located on the 19th Floor. The Fitness Center provides state-of-the-art exercise equipment including a variety of cardio and strength training machines. Each piece of cardio equipment has its own TV screen and iPod connection. The fitness facility also includes Pilates mat equipment.The facility is open Monday to Friday from 6 am to 10 pm for the exclusive use of Wells Fargo Center tenants at no cost.
Lots of new faces at the building with all of the new tenant move-ins! Seemed like a good time to show our appreciation for all of our tenants!
Wells Fargo Center has captured its fifth tenant this year with ARCA Capital Investments, Inc., signing a 4,418 square foot lease at the downtown Miami office tower. Taylor & Mathis reports year-to-date leasing activity at the building has exceeded 50,000 square feet. “Interest in Wells Fargo Center has come from a diverse corporate base,” stated Taylor & Mathis’s Brian Gale, who spearheads leasing efforts for owner MetLife. “This year we’ve leased space to a financial services firm, law firm, business school and two real estate firms – a high-end executive suite operation and a top brokerage firm.”
Andrew Easton of Jones Lang LaSalle negotiated the lease transaction on behalf of ARCA, a wealth management financial services firm, which is relocating to downtown Miami from Miami Beach. Ryan Holtzman of Taylor & Mathis represented MetLife.
“ARCA Capital Investments chose Wells Fargo Center as the permanent location of our offices. We regard Wells Fargo Center as the premier office space for South Florida, and it provides the most value for the applicable lease rates. The amenities of the office building and the adjacent JW Marriott Marquis are truly exceptional. The location, facilities and staff of both the office building and the hotel dovetail nicely with our desire to provide concierge service to the Ultra High Net Worth clients,” said Indra Campbell, President & CEO ARCA Capital Investments.
Leasing Momentum Continues at Wells Fargo Center Miami
Wells Fargo Center is on a roll…..Less than a month after Taylor & Mathis announced Littler Mendelson & Studley had signed leases for 25,000 square feet, two more tenants have signed leases at Wells Fargo Center in downtown Miami. Regus Business Centers and Manchester Business School America, Inc. have signed long term leases for 16,951 and 4,419 square feet, respectively, for a combined value of over $12 million.
“For the second time this year a leading commercial real estate firm has chosen to relocate their offices to Wells Fargo Center,” stated Taylor & Mathis’s Brian Gale, who spearheads leasing efforts for owner MetLife. “We can’t think of a better testament to our assertion that Wells Fargo Center is the highest end option for office space in downtown Miami.”
Keith Edelman and Scott Goldstein of Jones Lang LaSalle co-brokered the transaction representing Regus Business Centers, the world’s largest provider of flexible workspaces.
Lance Healy of Healy Commercial Real Estate negotiated the lease transaction on behalf of Manchester Business School, which is relocating to Wells Fargo Center from Wachovia Financial Center at 200 South Brickell. Ryan Holtzman of Taylor & Mathis represented MetLife.
Littler Mendelson, P.C. (Littler), the world’s largest employment and labor law firm, and Studley, a commercial real estate services firm specializing in tenant lease representation, have signed long term leases for 17,317 and 7,580 square feet, respectively, at Wells Fargo Center in downtown Miami. Combined, the leases have a value of over $14 million.
“Adding two top notch firms like Littler Mendelson and Studley to the already impressive tenant roster at Wells Fargo Center re-emphasizes the prestige of this trophy asset,” stated Taylor & Mathis’s Brian Gale, who spearheads leasing efforts for owner MetLife. “As one of the top tenant rep firms in Miami, Studley knows the market as well as anyone. That they chose Wells Fargo Center for their South Florida headquarters speaks volumes about the quality of this prestigious downtown Miami office tower.”
“MetLife is extremely pleased to welcome such high caliber firms as Littler Mendelson and Studley to Wells Fargo Center. We are committed to a long-term investment in the development and look forward to growing our tenant roster with such high quality firms,” stated Chuck Davis, regional director of MetLife’s Tampa real estate investment office.
Carter Hopkins of CBRE co-brokered the transaction representing Littler Mendelson, which was recently named “Law Firm of the Year” in Labor Law – Management from U.S. News and Best Lawyers for the second consecutive year.
Greg Katz of Studley negotiated the lease transaction on behalf of Studley.
Tenants of Wells Fargo Center can take advantage of discounted rates at Met 2 Fitness at the JW Marriott Marquis Miami! Tenants benefit from month to month membership at a discounted rate of $59.00/month, no enrollment fee, complimentary fitness assessment and Yoga class plus 25% off all spa and salon services!