South Florida Office
The Palm Beach County Market is divided into 9 submarkets that total approximatly 54 million square feet of office space. The CBD in this market is comprised with portions of the West Palm Beach, Palm Beach, and North Palm Beach submarkets. The remaining office submarkets are suburban submarkets with the largest being Boca Raton at 17 million square feet.
The Broward County Market is divided into 12 submarkets that total approximately 69 million square feet of office space. The CBD in this market is the Downtown Fort Lauderdale submarket which totals approximately 9 million square feet. The remaining office submarkets are suburban submarkets ranging from 4 million to 11 million square feet.
The Miami Dade County Market is divided into 18 submarkets that total approximately 100 million square feet of office space. The CBD in this market is comprised of the Downtown Miami submarket and Brickell which collectively total approximately 19 million square feet. The remaining office submarkets are suburban submarkets ranging from 2 million to 16 million square feet.
EQUISTONE SOUTH FLORIDA
Strategically located in Fort Lauderdale Florida, the Equstone South Florida Office serves the commercial real estate needs of it’s clients in Palm Beach, Broward, Miami/Dade markets.
The region’s outstanding quality of life attracts a highly trained, well-educated, and diverse work force. Fueled by the tourism industry, the area amenities in South Florida add to it’s unique draw.
South Florida is sometimes called “The Gateway to Latin America” because of it’s proximity and access to the region of Latin America and Caribbean, as well as the large presence of educated multilingual immigrants, professionals and companies from the region.
Having three major ports puts South Florida on the map as a center for global trade. Miami and Fort Lauderdale’s cruise ship volume has earned it the name of “The Cruise Capital of the World”.
Florida’s lack of income tax is attractive to companies and high-net-worth individuals. The financial services industry in South Florida has grown to meet the needs of its high net worth population.