Studley Florida region vice president and manager Greg Katztells 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."


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.


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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