Departing tenants didn’t faze South Florida landlords during the boom. Now building owners are ready to bend over backwards to keep them. Tenants who can pay rent are a prized commodity, and landlords are working harder to maintain properties, quickly fix problems and even delay rental payments to keep companies in their buildings. Landlords are ready to negotiate to keep their vacancy rates low, and companies are ready to take advantage of the shifting balance of power.
|Privé in Aventura takes out $50M loan on remaining condo inventory|
|Dufry signs lease for future HQ at Prologis’ Beacon Lakes|
|Brightline owner’s proposal to build a new Miami-Dade courthouse lives on|
|Developers refinance 2500 Biscayne, sell ownership stakes|
|New renderings of Aston Martin Residences, Estates at Acqualina & more|