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Events company moves to top floor of South Beach office building

Events company moves to top floor of South Beach office building

INDUSTRIES & TAGS. Commercial Real Estate

By Emon Reiser – Digital Producer South Florida Business Journal 

GDS Publishing, an international events and technology services company, has relocated to the top floor of a 90,000-square-foot office building in Miami Beach.

The Bristol, United Kingdom-based company moved its South Florida branch to 10,000 square feet at 1688 Meridian Avenue. The firm will occupy the entire penthouse floor of the office space with more than 40 employees. Cushman & Wakefield Managing Director Gordon Messinger represented the property owner in lease negotiations and CREC’s Steven Hurwitz represented the tenant.

1688 Meridian Avenue is a 90,000-square-foot office building in Miami Beach.
PHOTO COURTESY CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD

GDS relocated from 1691 Michigan Ave.

The company’s fellow tenants now include Regus, a major flexible workspace company; international modeling agency Next Model Management and international advertising agency J. Walter Thompson Worldwide.

Ivy Realty acquired 1688 Meridian Ave. and 1674 Meridian Ave. in July 2016. The office buildings total 120,000 square feet. The Connecticut-based company is planning improvements for both buildings including renovations to the lobbies, bathrooms and other common areas.