After its current 14-acre site on Biscayne Bay was purchased by The Genting Group in May 2011 for $236, The Miami Herald has finally settled on a new building. The newspaper will move its headquarters to theB former site of the US Southern Command HeadquartersB in Doral at 3511 NW 91st Avenue in 2013.

The 158,265-square-foot building is “one of the most secure buildings in Florida with a limited-access gated lot with abundant parking, high-impact bullet-proof glass, backup generators with an uninterrupted power supply system, and other construction features.”

Not only did the newspaper secure the deal of the former Command Headquarters in Westpointe Business Park, but an adjacent six-acre site as well which will be used to construct a production facility. According to spokesperson that represented them they chose the site because of its mix of flexibility, functionality and access, as well as its setting in the fast-growing Doral business district.

If you need help finding a commercial space in South Florida to move your business into contact Morris Southeast Group at 866-930-1426.

Source: CoStar Group


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