First tenant moves in to Miami Central downtown MiamiFebruary 3, 2018
After years of planing and construction, the first tenant has moved into 3 MiamiCentral.
Florida East Coast Industries – the developer – is the first tenant in the office complex
MiamiCentral is located at NW 1st Ave between NW 3rd Street and NW 8th Street, within Miami’s core of bustling neighborhoods. Its central location allows for maximum connectivity with public transit options including the Metromover®, Metrorail®, Metrobus®, City of Miami Trolley Systems, future Tri-Rail Coastal Link® and the new Brightline inter-city express train arriving in 2017
Miami Central, the highly anticipated hub for all things transportation, leisure and business, is a transformational, first-of-its-kind, transit-oriented development, spanning six Downtown Miami city blocks. It serves as the southern terminus for Brightline, the new inter-city, express passenger rail service that opened between West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale on January 13. The system will extend to Miami in the coming months and will ultimately connect to the Orlando International Airport. MiamiCentral will also provide connectivity to all forms of transit in Miami-Dade County, including Metromover, Metrorail and soon, Tri-Rail.
3 MiamiCentral, and HNTB, a nationally recognized infrastructure solutions firm, recently signed a lease for its Miami office. 3 MiamiCentral boasts panoramic views of Miami and features Class A offices, retail and parking.
The twelve-story building is comprised of 96,000 sq. ft. of Class A office space and a seven-story parking garage to supply ample parking for Brightline guests, visitors and office tenants. Brightline’s lease encompasses approximately 24,000 sq. ft. and HNTB’s lease spans approximately 18,000 sq. ft. Multiple retail spaces make-up the ground floor where Einstein Bros. Bagels and a major grocer will make their debut.
With the completion of 3 MiamiCentral, employers will soon be able to benefit from Brightline’s connectivity located just steps from their offices, allowing them access to a larger talent pool. When Brightline extends service to Miami, residents in Broward and Palm Beach counties will have a quick and comfortable way to commute to work into Downtown Miami and bypass the traffic and congestion on I-95.
Source courtesy of The Next Miami