MIAMI – CONCACAF announced Friday that is moving its headquarters from Miami Beach to downtown Miami, effective Tuesday, Sept. 4.

Located at the 3 MiamiCentral building, 161 NW 6th St., which is part of a newly built mix-use development, the office offers CONCACAF member associations and key stakeholders a more centralized location.

“CONCACAF has been making strategic changes to the organization over the past two years, as we continue developing the game across our region,” CONCACAF general secretary Philippe Moggio said. “This relocation is the next step in the evolution of our organization. It allows us to better service our member associations, key stakeholders and partners, while providing cost-saving benefits and the opportunity to be part of the city’s bustling business hub. The new headquarters also offers an opportunity to house all our Miami employees on one floor, creating an open and collaborative workspace to increase efficiency and support our continued growth.”

The headquarters will house more than 50 employees, including the General Secretariat, football, commercial, finance and administration, and legal and compliance divisions.