Brickell, Doral, The Gables and The Grove: What Each Location Offers in Terms of Large-Scale Office Space

The entire region of South Florida has much to offer both headquarter transplants as well as local businesses alike. With so many opportunities for office development, it can be overwhelming to know where to start when searching for an office property.

The greater Miami area is expansive yet diverse, and for large-scale office spaces, there are numerous locations that each bring distinct characteristics to the table. We’ll dive into four popular South Florida locations and discuss the nuances of building or renovating an office property in each.

  • Brickell – This area, the veritable downtown Miami, is right on the water and has a metro stop, which makes it one of the few areas accessible by transit. Here you’ll find Class A office spaces and upscale hotels and restaurants. The area is very walkable, but in terms of traffic, it can pose major challenges. Most people who work in Brickell also live in the area so they don’t have to rely on a car to get to/from the office.

  • Doral – Farther inland, Doral boasts wide open spaces for construction. It’s relatively easy to get to for commuters and the price point for office space and land for new construction is lower than in other areas of South Florida. Doral is also where you will find many of the bigger corporations and warehouses in the greater Miami area.

  • Coral Gables – Conveniently located just south of downtown, this area is home to numerous offices, some of which are older and in need of renovation. A walkable location known for its classy Miracle Mile and upscale restaurants, the area also has a free trolley and other transit opportunities for locals and tourists.

  • Coconut Grove – Also south of downtown and right on the water, the Grove is a posh area with incredible views. It is known for its waterfront charm, historic landmarks and upscale living. While not accessible via the metro rail, it is easier to access with a car for most commuters. It also offers several existing office buildings that would be ripe for upgrades.

In addition to these, South Beach is also a popular location for office construction, though it is across the Bay, which means an even lengthier commute for most employees.

If you have questions about any of these areas or the current market conditions for office construction, contact us at Seacoast Construction to learn more.

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