Uber Is Opening An Office At MiamiCentral With Space For Up To 70 Employees

Uber is relocating and expanding their offices in Miami.

The company has signed a lease at 3 MiamiCentral, where it will relocate from its current Brickell office, according to the Herald.

The new space will have 13,000 square feet with space for up to 70 employees, compared to 40 at their existing offices.

Uber employees in Miami will oversee Latin America operations as well as delivery functions.

The Miami office is not the Latin America headquarters for the company (it’s in Mexico City). However, it is a “key hub.”

MiamiCentral was chosen in part because of it is near Metrorail, Metromover and Brightline stations.

Uber has a pilot program to integrate payments with Miami-Dade transit, and Miami is one of the few cities in the world where you can plan a public transit trip in the Uber app.

JLL’s Alan Kleber and Adam Bernstein represented Uber in the lease transaction.

“Uber’s expansion into Downtown Miami is yet another example of how the region’s rapidly growing tech scene is real and here to stay,” Kleber and Bernstein said in a statement. “Upon a thorough evaluation of the local office market, Uber was very intentional in its selection to be in Downtown and specifically at 3 MiamiCentral. The building’s close proximity to various mass public transit options met the company’s needs as it aligns with Uber’s mission to improve mobility for its customers and supports its efforts to attract and retain top talent across South Florida. By working closely with Uber, our team was able to secure a premier office space at the class A building that met its immediate timeframe and positions the company in the center of Miami’s thriving urban core.”

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Office space around the brightline station will become more valuable than in the middle of brickell over time. Transit is what the young professionals want.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Okay “NOSTRADAMUS!”

Anonymous
1 month ago

Please don’t generalize and speak for all young professionals.
Many young professionals that I know want Teslas as their main mode of transit.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Stellar public transportation is the future!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Thank you. Rather drive my Jaguar vs using the public transit. Allergic to poor 😉

Anonymous
1 month ago

You are poor because your Jaguar is probably a rental anyways😂

Anonymous
1 month ago

You mean your bank’s jag

Anonymous
1 month ago

Nice…

Anonymous
1 month ago

^^and you know what all young professionals want, Mr. Brightline Employee?

Plenty of young professionals want SUVs and houses in suburbs. Plenty of 22-35 yr olds in SW Broward and Doral and Kendall.

Dallas, Houston, Austin, Atlanta, Phoenix, Denver metros have growth rates that are blowing away Miami, esp. where attracting young professionals is concerned. They’re not all moving there for transit lol. Miami metro attracts mainly Latin American immigrants, some retirees, and a few trust fundarians.

Now have your cohorts at the Brightline marketing office give this lots of downvotes. I downvoted your post.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Are you kidding? 13K sq ft for 70 employees? Only if you stack them on top of each other.

Anonymous
1 month ago

maybe hybrid, no assigned desks

Anonymous
1 month ago

185 sq ft per person? How is that stacking?

A typical Executive office is aobut 150 sq ft. 10ft x 15 ft is pretty big.

13k for 70 affords a LOT of open space, plenty of private offices should they do that. But NO WAY is 13k for 70 employees tight.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Forget it, he’s another one of those Trump University graduates.

Anonymous
1 month ago

dude enough with ur Trump obsession. You use the same lame joke in every article. Im actually embarrassed for you.

Anonymous
1 month ago

^ Haha, these Trumpters can’t take it. For eight years they bashed Obama no matter what he did for them.

If that Trump post upsets you, then you must be really outraged concernng that “Miami winning” poster!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Fantastic. One company at the time, one step a the time. Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither will Miami. So far so good though. Bravo!

Anonymous
1 month ago

First of all, Uber is not really a tech company. Going by that, 90% of future companies will be TECH companies by Miami standard simply by USING technology. For example, I bet Miamians think Target will become a tech company once 51% or more of it’s sales occur online. hahaha. This place is clueless. Secondly, you can plan your trip with public transit in tens of cities worldwide with, for example, CityMapper. Who needs Uber’s app to do that?? Christ.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Tech scene is here to stay. Casinos and gamblers go away to Hollywood.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Tech scene?”

Don’t make me laugh…

Anonymous
1 month ago

only 70 tech bros????

Realtalk Reilly
1 month ago

Can I go there to complain in person about the fraudulent Uber Eats charges on my credit card?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Baby steps! Now let’s get MDCPS to pay teachers more and attract better ones with their bloated budget.

Anonymous
1 month ago

There would be better ones if there weren’t so many graduating every semester

Anonymous
1 month ago

Easier said than done when the teacher’s union is a parasite to fund school board member salaries and mafia. The mask mandate has been perfect to show how they squirm when their gravy train is threatened.

Anonymous
1 month ago

MDCPS pays teachers well, and they are doing a great job these days.