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Savills Completes Office Lease for Bolton Global Capital

Company takes 21,000-square-foot space at 1441 Brickell Avenue in Miami’s Brickell submarket.

MIAMI (October 17, 2019) – Savills has completed a new, 10-year lease for a 21,000-square-foot office space at the Four Seasons Tower on behalf of Bolton Global Capital in Miami. Savills Managing Director Steve Woodworth and Associate Director Tyler Wyant represented Bolton Global Capital in the transaction that brought the company to Florida’s second-tallest building located in Miami’s Brickell submarket.

“Bolton Global Capital has achieved success as a premier financial consultancy by building strong relationships with its clients,” said Woodworth. “It was important that Savills identify an office solution that supported the brand, enhanced workflows and collaboration, and provided optimal exposure to their markets. The Four Seasons Tower offered the convenience, prestige and visibility Bolton desired.”  

Located at Miami’s Brickell Financial District, the Four Seasons Tower is 70 stories tall with a total of 1.5 million square feet and is the anchor for the south end of Brickell Avenue. Multiple retail, office, hospitality, entertainment and residential attractions surround the property. The Four Seasons Tower location also offers convenient access to I-95 via exit 1A allowing for shorter commuter times.

Wayne Schuchts and Bobby Benton of Avison Young facilitated the transaction on behalf of the landlord Millennium Partners.  

For more than 30 years, Bolton Global Capital has provided independent wealth management services to a global clientele. As a privately held company, Bolton has grown its business from a small firm operating in the Boston area to a major institution with offices and clients across the US and around the globe. Today, the firm has more than 50 affiliated offices worldwide managing over $8 billion in client assets.

Bolton’s Miami office, which opened in 2011, has experienced continued growth by adding five to 10 employees per year over the past five years.  

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