Southeast Financial Center Brings A Little Taste Of Country To Downtown Miami

Apr 08, 2013 No Comments by

Southeast Financial Center’s expansive 30,000 square foot outdoor plaza is now home to Miami’s first Downtown Farmers Market.

Every Thursday from breakfast to 3 p.m., the Downtown Farmers Market offers unparalleled seasonal bounty with hundreds of varieties to choose from, including just-picked organic fresh fruits and vegetables, farmstead mozzarella cheeses and artisan breads, aromatic candles and soaps, extra virgin olive oils and homemade pasta, gourmet empanadas, and much more.

The atmosphere at Southeast Financial Center on a market day is abuzz. Shop, chat, dine and watch cooking demonstrations by some of the area’s farming and gastronomical experts in the plaza landscaped with shade trees and a variety of lush native plantings. A steel canopy attached 150 feet from the ground provides a unique architectural connection between the two structures, and adds an aesthetically pleasing ambiance to the plaza.

Recently, the building’s ownership applied numerous capital improvements to enhance the tenant experience, including granite pedestrian walkways, strategic seating areas, an enhanced park setting with shade trees and various foliage upgrades and planters, new lighting, and a convenient pick-up/drop-off location. New tenants to the plaza include The Newsstand Café by Books & Books and The Cheese Course.

“We are continually looking for ways to enhance the offerings available to our tenant base, which is the largest in the State,” said Delber Mendez, LEED GA, General Manager with Jones Lang LaSalle. “Our central location in downtown Miami made Southeast Financial Center the ideal choice to bring the office and residential communities together with an urban “local” farmers market.”

Mr. Mendez along with Jones Lang LaSalle Jay Leone are the exclusive property management team for Southeast Financial Center.

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