Uber Technologies Inc. has become the latest company to migrate to South Florida, which is capturing the attention of major players in the tech industry as they look to occupy office space.

The ridesharing giant signed a lease for a 13,000-square-foot office at 3 MiamiCentral in Downtown Miami. The building is a Class A, mixed-use office tower near the Brightline train service.

3 MiamiCentral is owned by Blackstone, an investment management company based in New York. The JLL team of Alan Kleber and Adam Bernstein represented Uber in the lease transaction, which they said was "yet another example of how the region's rapidly-growing tech scene is real and here to stay."

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