With its highly educated employee base, proximity to outstanding educational institutions, access to major international markets, advantageous tax treatment, and a government that encourages business development, Broward County is the ideal location for a corporate headquarters. In fact, nearly 200 companies who have corporate, division or regional headquarters in Greater Fort Lauderdale.*
The Florida economy is booming. Over the year ending June 2018, the Fort Lauderdale area added 10,200 new private-sector jobs, continuing to be among the top five Florida metro areas for private-sector job growth. Florida experienced a +2.0% average wage growth (inflation-adjusted, year-over-year).**
Dania Pointe will be home to 500,000-1,000,000 square feet of prime, Class A office space. Although demand in this area is high, there are almost no large contiguous blocks of office space available anywhere in the metro area, and Dania Pointe will be one of the few ground-up office developments on the market. Lack of new supply is putting downward pressure on vacancy rates, and The Offices at Dania Pointe are well-positioned to take advantage of these ideal market conditions.
* Greater Fort Lauderdale Business Alliance – Companies Who Call Greater Fort Lauderdale Home
** US Joint Economic Committee, Economic Snapshot updated October 24th, 2018