Broker Says Big Tech Companies Are About To Announce Wynwood Offices: ‘Major Game Changers’

A broker is promising that Wynwood will soon be getting offices from companies that will be “major game changers.”

Tony Arellano and Devlin Marinoff of DWNTWN Realty Advisors told GlobeSt.com that they couldn’t yet announce the names of the new tenants, but they will be coming in six to eight months.

Companies are now realizing that being in a city like Miami that offers a better lifestyle can attract better talent, according to Arellano.

Wynwood is “without a doubt, the hottest submarket in the country,” Marinoff said.

The catalyst for the neighborhood’s office market has been the arrival of venture capital firm Founders Fund, which was started by Paypal founder and Miami resident Peter Thiel.

Since then, office leasing in Wynwood has been “very strong” and “hitting on every cylinder,” Marinoff added.

Other major companies that have opened offices in Wynwood include Live Nation, Spotify and Atomic.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
3 months ago

Great news. Compared to when I moved here 20 years ago, Miami is a totally different and better place. (except the Beach- city manager & commission need to hire more cops; ban daily motor bike & golf cart rentals; enforce noise ord. against slingshot drivers, etc.)

Anonymous
3 months ago

The beach is trash – Brickell, Wynwood, and downtown with Worldcenter (soon) have evolved significantly as you say with plenty of room to grow…

Anonymous
3 months ago

The beach isn’t trash, the new tourists in it are trash but soon they will go back to the garage can. Wait for prices to rise

Anonymous
3 months ago

raise hotel rates, limit rooms to 4 people max.

NYC Loves Miami
3 months ago

Is there any way legally the city can put pressure on hotels to raise prices? I know poor people should be able to have a nice vacation, but something has to be done to filter out the garbage. I have a few more ideas, but those won’t happen under democrat run leadership, so I’m not going to waste my time.

Anonymous
3 months ago

^ Yep, keep your republican ideas to yourself.. desantis already got quite a few people fucked up by opening up the economy to soon.

Anonymous
3 months ago

you are allowed to stay home 24/7

Anonymous
3 months ago

You do realize Florida has been booming because the state didn’t shut down as hard or long as many other states????

Anonymous
2 months ago

And people really believe this nonsense.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Only South Beach has big issues, rest of Beach doing just fine

Anonymous
3 months ago

Time for the ghetto to get going!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Good news, but feels a little like a PR push to hype up the broker.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Can’t wait to see the 3,000 square foot leases they are so excited about.

Meanwhile, Amazon took up 1.5 million square feet I. Hudson Yards.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Exactly, register a company’s headquarters here, rent a small office but keep employees in Texas, GA, NC and New York but it’s a game changer….LOL

POLO
3 months ago

Hudson Yards is the biggest development in U.S. history. No wonder they call New York City the Big Apple.

Grady Muhammad
3 months ago

Yeah and Miami world center is the second largest project in the country

Anonymous
3 months ago

Leave the silicon valley legacy mindset in Cali please.

Anonymous
3 months ago

I would gladly take the Silicon Valley mindset and everything that goes with it over a new Suave Shoes factory in Hialeah any day.

Anonymous
3 months ago

lol…

Anonymous
3 months ago

Okay but are they hiring locals or just bringing in Cali folks and hb1 visas

Anonymous
3 months ago

What locals are qualified for computer engineering and software development?

Anonymous
3 months ago

lol…

Anonymous
3 months ago

Plenty of us, y’all anti-Miami folks always disqualify us and want us to be just in the service industry in our own city. I could walk you through LinkedIn and who you endless locals who are in IT from cloud to devops

Anonymous
3 months ago

The FIU College of Engineering and Computing awarded more than 1,200 bachelor’s, nearly 350 master’s, and 54 doctoral degrees in the 2020 academic year.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Yes. They all took a plane for the west coast.

Anonymous
3 months ago

No way
Texas and NC are much closer

Anonymous
3 months ago

lol…

Anonymous
3 months ago

How many startups from those students?

Anonymous
3 months ago

Aka office space for 10 workers from OnlyFans and TheNextMiami.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Iconic

Anonymouse
3 months ago

That is great news,Stephen Ross gets richer and consequently Miami will benefit too.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Wouldn’t it make more sense in the Innovation District supposed to come by Miami Worldcenter? Is that still happening?

Anonymous
3 months ago

That’s for Amazon HA. It will happen sooner and later?

Anonymous
3 months ago

HQ

Anonymous
3 months ago

So, 15-20 years from now, when it does happen, you’ll say “I told you so”?

Anonymous
3 months ago

I’ve been waiting a couple of years already, Whats 20 more!

kurzon
3 months ago

let’s see what happens in the “six to eight months” that they say will be the announcements. lol

Anonymous
3 months ago

Nothing. Why didn’t Amazon open the new headquarters here? We have such great climate and world renowned beaches! What else could they ask for?

Anonymous
3 months ago

Engineers, what attracts engineers (portability, great feeder schools)

Anonymous
3 months ago

Bezos is a leftie and can’t stand Republicans in control in Fl. Just look at his Pravda newspaper Washington Post….

Anonymous
3 months ago

“Game-changer…” Tony Arellano and Devlin Marinoff should stop hanging out with Mana like Jorge Perez should stop hanging out with Fort-Brescia.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Come on down!!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Won’t be long until rents rival Cali, sigh…

Gotham Refugee
3 months ago

Only if we adopt the land use restrictions California has. So far supply is meeting demand.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Actually, zoning in big cities like San Francisco is pretty lenient, considering they were built pre-Euclidean, hence their historic mix of uses. It’s more the taxes, ridiculous red tape after zoning, and other policies.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Not the quality of the work force?

Anonymous
3 months ago

What are you smoking? Zoning is ridiculously hard in SF, one of the toughest in the US!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Actually, rent increases are off the charts right now. Supply is coming in marginal neighborhoods.

Anonymous
3 months ago

That wouldn’t matter if the salaries rise as well. But, who they gonna pay 90k to do the work? Periquito Perez?, Yosnel Rodriguez?, Yamilka Florez?, Yosvanny Ruiz? LaQuisha Jones? Shamanda Harris?

Anonymous
3 months ago

Investors money is helping Miami boom!

Anonymous
3 months ago

greta, now with more investemt they make it more pedestrian freindly

Anonymous
3 months ago

We need more investors(big money ppl) like Peter Thiel in Miami. He has that new venture capital spirit where he actually wants to produce innovation not just turn a profit like the Romneys of the world.

Anonymous
3 months ago

There goes the neighborhood

Anonymous
3 months ago

Would you rather have empty parking lots?

Anonymous
3 months ago

Gritty atmosphere being lost to SoBe flash. Too bad.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Fuck big tech!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Says the guy with the new cell phone as he plays with his Atari.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Nokia flip phone us more like it.