Change Capital leases HQ space at 600 Brickell

Miami /
Jun.June 14, 2013 04:00 PM

International investment firm Change Capital Inc. has leased 14,172 square feet at Miami’s newest office tower, Brickell World Plaza at 600 Brickell Ave., for its new corporate headquarters, The Real Deal has learned.

Other tenants include banking giant Northern Trust, law firm Hogan Lovells, Crédit Agricole Private Banking Miami, Boston Consulting Group, New York-based commercial and construction mortgage lender Doral Money Inc., and global mediation and arbitration service provider JAMS.

Jones Lang LaSalle’s Glenn H. Gregory and Noel Steinfeld represented the developer, the Miami-based Foram Group, and JLL’s Scott Sheron represented Change Capital.

The new lease helps to cement the renown of Brickell, Miami’s financial district, as the “Wall Street of the Americas,” Steinfield said.

The office building won LEED’s highest certification, platinum, and is ISO 27001-certified, an international benchmark for information security. Average leases rent for $44 to $48 per square foot, according to JLL. –Emily Schmall


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