Studley Florida region vice president and manager Greg Katztells GlobeSt.com that there are 10 people working in the Miamioffice. "We wanted to better serve our existing clients inMiami-Dade County and felt that it was important to be located inthe financial epicenter of Florida," Katz says. "We are alsolooking to expand our client base."

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Katz adds that the company will seek to hire additional brokersin the future. "We want to grow strategically and always look tohire qualified people," he says.

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Some of Studley's transactions over the past year include a193,000-sf lease for Bluegreen Corp. in Boca Raton, a 61,000-sflease for Brightstar in Miami and a 76,000-sf lease for CarltonFields in Downtown Miami. "Miami is a key market for us," saysStudley senior vice president and co-branch manager of the Miamioffice Bob Orban, in a prepared statement. "We handle transactionsin the market for a long list of clients representing allindustries. The creation of this local office gives Studley astrategic platform from which to expand our presence here."

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