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MIAMI-It isn’t easy being green. Not when you are a 582,817-square foot LEED Gold office tower opening on Miami’s Brickell Avenue, the city’s financial district, at a time when the area’s office vacancy rate is nearly 20%. Still, the 1450 Brickell building, which received its temporary occupancy certificate recently, and where build-outs for new tenants are taking shape, the building’s owner, the Rilea Group, announced that as of mid-May, the building was 34% leased.

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