A Look Inside the First Wired Certified Building in Florida
Southeast Financial Center in downtown Miami—Florida’s tallest and largest office tower totaling 1.225M SF—is quite the impressive structure. Constructed in 1984, the center's two buildings (a 55-story office tower and a 15-story annex building) feature a 43k SF Banking Hall, a 21k SF David Barton health club, 11k SF of premier retail, a 1,100-space parking garage, and an elevated covered walkway connecting the two buildings. The LEED Gold, Energy Star-rated building also features a 30k SF outdoor plaza landscaped with native trees and plants; a striking "sawtooth" design; and a variety of amenities, including 24-hour security, a post office, a salon/spa, public WiFi and valet parking.
But the building prides itself on its ability to adapt and adjust to new trends, all while providing tenants with top-tier service. This not only includes a variety of recycling and water management initiatives, but also an early adoption of the future with a Platinum Wired Certification. Bisnow partner WiredScore gave us a preview of Miami's most significantly leased office building to illustrate the building’s focus on the future.
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