These are Miami-Dade’s top office tenants

Three cruise companies, two universities, two government entities are among the office giants

Feb.February 03, 2016 09:45 AM

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:

RankTenantSF Occupies
1Miami-Dade County776,860
2General Services Administration667,994
3Terremark Worldwide, Inc.615,236
4Carnival Cruise Lines537,390
5Assurant Solutions430,000
6Royal Caribbean Cruises420,500
7FPL FiberNet357,130
8University of Miami336,000
9Florida International University254,509
10Ryder System, Inc.238,400
11Bank of America236,258
12Burger King212,619
14NCL Corporation, Ltd.203,167
15Visa, Inc.200,000

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