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Ken Griffin’s Citadel and developer Sterling Bay are figuring out how to put their stamp on Miami’s office landscape via @business

Ken Griffin’s Citadel and developer Sterling Bay are figuring out how to put their stamp on Miami’s office landscape via @business “One of the newest office developments, 830 Brickell, is already nearly 70% leased with rents ranging from $125 to $150 per square foot, higher than the average asking rent of $82 per square foot in Manhattan.”

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