Knightsbridge Park opens Miami Beach office

Miami /
Feb.February 05, 2015 12:00 PM

The Knightsbridge Park digital real estate agency has opened an office in South Beach.

The New York-based firm said it wanted to anchor itself in South Florida and get closer to its clients in the region and in  Latin America. The group chose Miami Beach for its second home, and is settling into the offices at 1815 Purdy Avenue.

Jared Seeger, CEO of Knightsbridge, told The Real Deal that the firm is following the trend of New York-based developers moving into the South Florida market. He said the office is expected to be fully operational by April 1.

“We see Miami as this natural capital of Latin America,” Seeger told TRD. “There are a lot of projects we’re getting started on in the Caribbean and South America.”

Knightsbridge Park is involved with developments like the Brickell Flatiron and several yet-to-be-announced high-rise projects, according to a release. The firm handles online marketing for its clients and boasts an average 700 percent increase in search engine traffic on the Knightsbridge Park website.

Justin Kitrosser, managing partner and co-founder of Knightsbridge, told TRD that the firm handles everything from search engine optimization to content creation. Also in the company’s repertoire is advertising and translation for foreign markets.

“As Miami continues to emerge as not only a vacation destination, but also a leader in business and the arts, we felt it was the perfect time to demonstrate our faith in the city’s next renaissance,” said Seeger in a statement. “For us, new business opportunities are rapidly materializing throughout South Florida as well as Latin America, and a local headquarters was the logical next step.”


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