The Miami Tower building in Downtown Miami, at 100 NE Second St.
The Miami Tower building in Downtown Miami, at 100 NE Second St. (J. Albert Diaz)

Foreign buyers and health care are having big impacts on the South Florida real estate market. In this year’s Office Guide special report, Carla Vianna takes an in-depth look at what’s going on, where it’s happening and who’s involved. Also check out the Office Guide Market Profiles for Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.

Foreign Buyers Make Mark in South Florida Office Sector 
A number of investors landed trophy properties in South Florida. This is why.


Palm Beach County Expanding on Health, Pharma Fronts 
Medical and biotech tenants are making moves to expand in Palm Beach County.


After a Gap, South Florida Office Towers Are Rising Again 
South Florida’s tight office market is getting some new offerings this year.


Landlords Offering Things to Love at the Office 
Are offices the new hotels? Landlords are infusing their office properties with well-rounded amenity packages to attract and retain tenants. View a collection of the offerings in Miami.


Office Guide Market Profile—Miami-Dade County 
Existing buildings 100,000 square feet or larger ranked with available space by size, largest to smallest, within each geographic submarket.


Office Guide Market Profile—Palm Beach County 
Existing buildings 100,000 square feet or larger ranked with available space by size, largest to smallest, within each geographic submarket.


Office Guide Market Profile—Broward County 
Existing buildings 100,000 square feet or larger ranked with available space by size, largest to smallest, within each geographic submarket.