Southeast Financial Center is comprised of two buildings - a 55 story office tower and a 15 story annex building. The towering Southeast Financial Center is a dominating figure on the Miami skyline with breathtaking views of the ocean as well as the surrounding city. The Southeast Financial Center is the tallest Class A office building that includes a Banking Hall, Health Club, Service Retail, 12 floors of parking and the project's Central Plant.
The Tower is famous for its striking "saw-tooth" design on its corners and is highlighted at night. Due to all of these factors, the tower is one of the premier office buildings in the area, providing a business address that will benefit a company of any size.
Building occupants include Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs a multinational finance company, and Merrill Lynch the wealth management division of Bank of America.
Servcorp is at the very heart of the Downtown Business District. It is one block from the ramps to I-95 and adjacent to the Bayfront Park Metro Station. Located in the area there are several of Miami’s best hotels and shopping centers.
20 minute drive to Miami International Airport
The Metromover-Knight Tram Center Station is an easy 10 minute walk
The Miami-Dade County Transit has over five bus stops located nearby the building. The closest bus stop is directly opposite the building on Biscayne Boulevard
The Southeast Financial Center is located in the center of Downtown Miami CBD. The building is located right across from the Bayfront Park metro stop; home to year round events at this downtown Miami amphitheatre, just minutes away from the American Airlines Arena.
Downtown Miami hosts a wide variety of business groups, such as the BNI Miami Dade, the Knight Foundation, The Enterprise Development Corp, and many others. The area is well known in Miami for hosting the most attended business networking events in the city.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
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