The Global Institutes on Addictions (GIA) plans to hire 35 to 40 people at its new office and treatment center in downtown Miami.
It signed a 43,895-square-foot lease at the Omni Center at 1501 Biscayne Blvd. and plans to open this spring. It will treat patients there and conduct research into addiction and substance use disorders.
Avison Young’s Scott Goldstein and Keith Edelman represented GIA in the lease, while Tower Commercial’s Laurel Oswald, Cristina Glaria, and Jon Blunk represented landlord Resorts World Omni LLC, part of global investment firm Genting.
“The Omni Center’s hotel access, abundant covered parking, and prime downtown location were factors that drove our client’s decision to lease the space, as the amenities will appeal to GIA’s high-profile client base,” said Goldstein.
“Our ability to secure the lease opportunity before it went to market and the landlord’s quick delivery of the space while….Full Article at: www.bizjournals.com