A ballyhoo of excitement is resonating among South Florida real estate circles, business leaders and some public officials — mainly Miami Mayor Francis Suarez — over financial and technology firms zeroing in on the region.

Expansions by behemoths like Blackstone and Goldman Sachs come at a welcome time, nearly a year into the coronavirus pandemic that sent employees working from home indefinitely and raised questions over the vitality of office space.

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