Slalom I 545wyn in Wynwood
Slalom, a $2.4 billion company with 10,000 employees internationally, offers strategy, technology and business transformation services to various clients, including Fortune 500 companies, startups and nonprofits, according to a news release. In Miami, it hired 50 staff members and plans to hire hundreds more for its Florida business line.
Chicago-based Sterling Bay developed the 298,000-square-foot 545Wyn in 2020. Sterling partners with J.P. Morgan Asset Management on the property.
The building includes creative installations and exterior murals.
Jesse Van Dyke of Sterling represented the landlord in the lease, and Carlyle Coffin Daniel Levine of Newmark Knight & Frank represented the tenant.
Yanbal USA, Movement Mortgage, Just Salad & more I 800 Brickell in Miami
Ten office and retail tenants signed new leases or renewed existing ones for a total of nearly 30,000 square feet of space at the 800 Brickell tower in the Brickell Financial District.
Stephen Rutchik and Tom Farmer of Colliers represented the landlords, Gatsby Enterprises, in the office deals. Jonathan Carter of Colliers handled the retail deals.
For office space, Movement Mortgage leased 1,255 square feet; business development firm 0 Percent took 5,152 square feet; small business lender Legend Advance Funding and TPG-backed renewable energy platform Matrix Renewables, each leased 2,500 square feet; and email signature management solutions firm Exclaimer.com signed a lease for 4,852 square feet, according to a news release.
Beauty and jewelry company Yanbal USA renewed its lease for 3,048 square feet.
Jake Weiss of The Easton Group represented Yanbal. Christopher Gallagher of CBRE represented 0 Percent. Zach Talbot of Cresa Partners represented Legend Advance Funding. Elizabeth Menees of Keller Williams represented Matrix Renewables, and Jonathan Lay of Fairchild Partners represented Exclaimer.com.
For retail space, Just Salad signed a lease for 1,900 square feet; wine company Vinya leased 2,500 square feet; PNC Bank took 3,400 square feet; and Cortadito leased 900 square feet.
All deals closed in the first half of this year.
Snowden Lane Partners I Columbus Center in Coral Gables
Investment adviser and broker-dealer Snowden Lane Partners extended and expanded its lease at Columbus Center, now taking 9,568 square feet.
Snowden Lane first opened at 1 Alhambra Plaza in Coral Gables in 2019 in a 5,000-square-foot space and now nearly doubled its office, following company growth, according to a news release. It is part of the financial firm influx to South Florida in recent years.
The 14-story Columbus Center spans 261,867 square feet and includes a sixth-floor garden terrace, gym, several conference rooms, car wash service and eateries, including Micocos and Bay 13 Brewery and Kitchen. Modernization upgrades and renovation are underway.
Patrinely Group and USAA Real Estate own the building.
Clay Sidner of Newmark represented the tenant, and Maggie Kurtz Senior and Kevin Gonzalez of CBRE represented the landlords.
CKO Boxing Gym, The Charter Agency I River Landing Shops & Residences in Miami
River Landing Shops & Residences mixed-use project scored several new tenants, including a yacht charter and a boxing gym, according to a news release.
CKO Boxing Gym, founded in 1997, inked a 3,100-square-foot, third-floor lease at the development. It is expected to open in the first quarter of 2022.
The Charter Agency signed a 1,000-square-foot office lease. It will offer yachting and deep-sea fishing charters and will also operate the boat docks at the “River Landing Yacht Club” that is to open soon.
Urban-X Group opened River Landing a year ago on 8.1 acres at 1500 Northwest North River Drive. Canada-based H&R REIT owns the 2.2 million-square-foot property.
The project consists of 360,000 square feet of retail and commercial space; 135,000 square feet of offices; 528 market-rate apartments; more than 2,000 parking spaces and a landscaped riverwalk.
River Landing Shops is roughly 90 percent leased. Retail and restaurant tenants include Publix, Ross Dress For Less, Burlington Stores, Hobby Lobby, Five Below, Chase Bank and AT&T.