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Charlotte McKinney

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South Florida has become the newest hot spot for corporate relocation. Prominent organizations from Silicon Valley, New York City, and notable e-commerce businesses are all making their way to sunny South Florida. The migration trends started a few years back but gained extensive momentum at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Initially, corporations expressed concern and hesitation towards a Floridian move to what it deemed to be the party hub. But the hesitance was short-lived as South Florida delivers advantageous options for high-quality commercial office leasing. Why Lease in Florida? Companies such as Icahn Enterprises have recently relocated to South Florida. Founded by Carl Icahn, the investor relocated the company headquarters to Milton Tower, Class A boutique tower located on 16690 Collins Avenue, Sunny Isles. “Seeing the ocean from your office is what many of our tenants embrace as a work-life balance and positive environment,” says Gilna Milton, President of Marketing & Advertising of J. Milton & Associates. Recently completed, Milton Towers provides tenants of all types of businesses customized spaces. Executive suites range in size from 2,000 to 13,900-square feet. The 102,000-square-foot building features valet parking, floor-to-ceiling glass windows with direct ocean, intracoastal and city views, T1 and T3 data lines, fitness center, outdoor terraces, electric vehicle charging stations, parking garage and top notch professional management services. • Waterfront views are not the only perks for many corporations leasing in offices in Florida. Commercial leasing gives businesses many benefits including: • The flexibility to change and upgrade your space at the end of the lease • More tax deductions on the leasing costs • Freedom from the responsibility of maintaining the property, depending on your lease • To operate in a space too expensive to purchase

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