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MIAMI-South Florida’s office market continued its recovery in the third quarter, according to the latest statistics from Cushman & Wakefield. But much of the glut of space that flooded the market in early 2010 still sits empty even as the flight to quality from class B to class A buildings continues.

“We are seeing increased demand across the board,” Shane Soefker, senior managing director and branch manager of Cushman & Wakefield’s South Florida offices, tells GlobeSt.com. “There still is a game of musical chairs going on as tenants upgrade their space because they can get competitive deals from landlords, but we’re beginning to see some positive movement.”

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