If you want to know whether Miami is more than just a talent play for its recent Big Law entrants, look no further than 830 Brickell, a rising office tower in the heart of the city’s financial arena.

The 57-story tower is still being built, but it already symbolizes a who’s who of companies that are serious about Miami. Microsoft, WeWork and private equity firm Thoma Bravo all lay claim to space in the tower, which is leasing at $100 per square foot—36% higher than the average price in Brickell and 21% higher than the average in Manhattan.

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