Published at: 2015-10-23 13:51 | Author: David Karch
Occupiers of large units in the state’s office towers have options, at least for now
From the north to the south of Florida, occupancy rates of the largest office towers are running at an average of 85 percent occupancy as they adapt to a changing market. Several properties have transformed from large single tenant buildings into multi-tenant office space offering state of the art amenities. Space in Fort Lauderdale’s office market has become so tight that the first spec office building is under construction in southwest Broward County since the recession of 2008.

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