Miami Center

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Miami Center
Miami Center-Citi building.JPG
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General information
Type Office
Location 201 S. Biscayne Blvd, Miami, Florida, United States
Coordinates 25°46′20″N 80°11′12″W / 25.77222°N 80.186748°W / 25.77222; -80.186748Coordinates: 25°46′20″N 80°11′12″W / 25.77222°N 80.186748°W / 25.77222; -80.186748
Construction started 1980
Completed 1983
Opening 1983
Height
Roof 484 ft (148 m)
Technical details
Floor count 34

The Miami Center is a skyscraper in downtown Miami, Florida. Although Miami Center is not the city's tallest building, it is a symbol of early downtown. Built in 1983, it is older compared with most of the taller buildings in Miami, which have been built in the last decade. In addition, the Miami Center is immediately adjacent to Bayfront Park, and is unobstructed when looking at the skyline from Miami Beach to the east. The building is 484 ft (148 m) tall and has 34 floors. It is located on Biscayne Boulevard and Southeast 3rd Street, to the east of the Central Business District and is adjacent to the Southeast Financial Center and the Hotel Intercontinental. The Bayfront Park Metro Station is also located close to the building. The tower consists of 100% office space.

Notable Tenants[edit]

  • Black Srebnick Kornspan and Stumpf, PA[1] - Roy Black, Esq.,[2] and his firm were one of the first tenants of The Miami Center, relocating their office from another Downtown Miami office building to the brand-new Miami Center in 1983. Roy Black, Esq. is a nationally-known attorney, famous for representing such high-profile clients as William Kennedy Smith, Rush Limbaugh, Kelsey Grammer and Indy 500 and Dancing With the Stars champion Hélio Castroneves.
  • Stanford Financial Group (Floors 21, 26, and 27)[3] - It was the site of R. Allen Stanford's first office.[4]
  • VITAS Healthcare leased 23,500 square feet of space in the Miami Center in 2013.[5] VITAS was the long-time anchor tenant of the neighboring Bayfront Plaza, which will be demolished to make room for One Bayfront Plaza.
  • Valiente Law, P.A.[6] - Antonio F. Valiente, Esq.,[7] and his firm are one of the more recent tenants of The Miami Center, having moved their offices into the building's 28th floor in 2016. The firm is known known for its successes in the areas of criminal defense, family law, and personal injury. Some of their high-profile clients include Alphonso Gainer, Watson Dorval, and Gabriel Mobley.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "[1]." Black Srebnick Kornspan and Stumpf.
  2. ^ "[2]."
  3. ^ "Contact Us." Stanford Financial Group. Retrieved on April 13, 2009.
  4. ^ Elfrink, Tim. "The Fall of a Titan." Miami New Times. April 7, 2009. 2. Retrieved on April 13, 2009.
  5. ^ Vitas Innovative Hospice Care leases 23,500 square feet in Miami
  6. ^ "Valiente Law". Valiente Law. Retrieved 2016-05-12. 
  7. ^ "Antonio F. Valiente, Esquire". Valiente Law. 2015-11-27. Retrieved 2016-05-12. 

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