The top 15 office tenants in Miami-Dade occupy more than 5 million square feet, led by county and government offices, which take up about a quarter of the total space, according to The Real Deal‘s analysis of CoStar Group data.
Major Miami-based corporations, like Terremark Worldwide, Carnival Cruise Lines, Assurant Solutions, Royal Caribbean Cruises, as well as FPL FiberNet encompass another 2 million-plus square feet, followed by the area’s largest educational institutions: the University of Miami and Florida International University, CoStar data shows.
The next tier includes corporations, financial institutions and a shared office space provider: Ryder System, Bank of America, Burger King, Regus, NCL Corp. and Visa.
The mix of 15 reads like a snapshot of the county’s office giants. In all, it includes three cruise companies; two of each of government entities, universities, financial giants and corporations; and one of each of utilities, information technology companies, insurance firms and office space providers.
Here’s the list:
Rank Tenant SF Occupies
1 Miami-Dade County 776,860
2 General Services Administration 667,994
3 Terremark Worldwide, Inc. 615,236
4 Carnival Cruise Lines 537,390
5 Assurant Solutions 430,000
6 Royal Caribbean Cruises 420,500
7 FPL FiberNet 357,130
8 University of Miami 336,000
9 Florida International University 254,509
10 Ryder System, Inc. 238,400
11 Bank of America 236,258
12 Burger King 212,619
13 Regus 204,319
14 NCL Corporation, Ltd. 203,167
15 Visa, Inc. 200,000