CBRE reps the most Miami-Dade County office space

Apr.April 05, 2010 05:43 PM

CB Richard Ellis leads Miami-Dade’s commercial real estate brokerages in terms of office space listings, with several companies behind but close in the running, according to a CoStar analysis commissioned by The Real Deal to see which brokerages had the most listings.

CBRE captured the biggest share of the county’s market with 1.1 million square feet worth of space in Class A, B and C buildings of 100,000 square feet or more, or 11.98 percent. That total represents nearly 12 percent of the office space on the market through the end of the first quarter of 2010. 

The top 7 companies together list nearly 4.3 million square feet of Class A, B and C space in these buildings countywide.

Jones Lang LaSalle ranked second in the county with 902,446 square feet, or 9.88 percent of the market, Costar data shows. 

Listings in the three classes of buildings in Miami comprise 9.14 million square feet, representing about 20 percent of the total office space existing in South Florida.

CB Richard Ellis has more than 50 professionals at its office in Miami, and is the world’s largest commercial real estate services firm. The company has more than 29,000 employees worldwide at 250 offices.

The chart has been edited since its initial publication to reflect only commercial brokerages. 

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