MIAMI—Miami's office market will heat up in2015—but it might not look exactly like some people think. Althoughmost industry watchers expect Miami's office market recover tocontinue next year, Donald Cartwright, senior vicepresident of JLL and exclusive leasing agent forSoutheast Financial Center, Florida's tallest, largest office towerin Miami, sees some interesting trends developing.

“Within the office sector, there will be increased demand foropen space footprints in non-traditional urban and downtown areas,”Cartwright tells GlobeSt.com. “Urban centers like Miami offer moreof the elements that draw today's professionals and are becomingattractive locations for creative agencies and technology companiesin particular. These businesses, which in the past took space insuburban submarkets, are realizing the benefits of being in anurban environment offering nearby housing, recreation,transportation and retail amenities.”

Southeast Financial Center, along with competing office towers,are in a good position to benefit from this trend. SoutheastFinancial Center stands out as a hub for law firms in the urbancore.

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