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Millennium Partners inks new tenants at Four Seasons Brickell

Cushman & Wakefield says building will be fully occupied this quarter

January 14, 2016 01:30PM

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Four Seasons Tower Miami

Four Seasons Tower Miami

Four new-to-market tenants will lease office space totaling more than 18,000 square feet at the Four Seasons Tower in the Brickell Financial District: REV Group, Rainmaker Group, Trend Micro and Carmignac. 

Gordon Messinger of Cushman & Wakefield

Gordon Messinger of Cushman & Wakefield

Cushman & Wakefield’s Gordon Messinger represented the building’s owner, Millennium Partners, in the leases. Millennium developed the Four Seasons, at 1441 Brickell Avenue. The 70-story, 789-foot tower is the tallest in Miami. It features 250,000 square feet of Class A office space, a Four Seasons Hotel with 222 rooms and 84 condos, 186 residential units and 14,000 square feet of banquet space.

The new tenants include:

  • REV Group, a multibillion-dollar fire, emergency, commercial and recreational specialty vehicle markets corporation inked a 6,100-square-foot space. Jeffrey Gordon of JLL represented the tenant.
  • Rainmaker Group, a group of international companies that focuses on risk management and risk retention solutions, leased 4,800 square feet for 15 employees. Tyler Wyant and Bob Orban of Savills Studley represented Rainmaker.
  • Global IT security firm Trend Micro leased 3,900 square feet, with plans to expand in Miami. Sebastian Juncadella of Fairchild Partners represented the tenant.
  • And finally, Carmignac leased 3,100 square feet for its first office in the United States. JLL’s Gavil Macphail and Randy Carballo represented the Paris-based asset manager. Carmignac has more than $56 billion under management.

Messinger said in a press release that he expects to bring the tower to 100 percent occupancy by the end of the first quarter. He has been the building’s exclusive leasing agent since 2014.

Westbrook Partners, which has a majority stake in the hotel component, recently closed on an $80 million loan for the property. – Katherine Kallergis

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