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Hotel Will Be At Top Of 80-Story One Brickell City Centre

Swire Properties gave a presentation to the Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization Governing Board at a meeting on March 23.

The presentation included a slide that showed plans for the upcoming 80-story One Brickell City Centre, which is slated to become Miami’s tallest building at 1,049 feet above sea level.

The plans appear to show only a small portion of the project will be retail, on the ground floor. The lower levels will be office, mid levels will be residential, while the top floors will become a hotel.

On March 16, Swire’s CEO told stock analysts that Miami’s office market was strong, which bodes well for the project.

 

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bitg
bitg

get’er done… no but seriously i can not wait until this one starts going and they’re well underway

Anonymous
Anonymous

Finally, there’s an intelligent, creative designer with the brilliant idea of putting the hotel on top and offices and resi on the bottom. This concept has been prevalent in Asia and the Middle East for decades. Some even place the hotel lobby, restaurants and amenities floors on the very top. This not only give all guests the ability to birds eye views but the restaurants and hotel rooms are always filled to capacity

Anonymous
Anonymous

My prediction is this will be our first 1,000+ building in Miami!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Now that BCC is done i’m sure it wont take Swire very long to get this one done.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Can’t wait.

Ilovearchytectures
Ilovearchytectures

PLEASE NO GRAY COLOR for this one!!!

And Jerry Seinfeld would have said…. and What’s with the gray color……

Brickell was and is a beautiful area ….then the GRAY color came

Brickell, London is calling… they want their gloomy winter GREY color back for next winter…

The reason most of the new buildings in Brickell are gray is they used all the other colors in the monstrosity of the SLS Hotel parking garage ( or Daycare?)

Archigreytonica is the company to blame for stealing the color of Miami ( you need to be daltonic (color blind) to work there…

For those who criticize Melo buildings, at least they don’t lower one notch your mood
When you look at them

Gray is the new black of Brickell

The sequel for ” 50 shades of gray” will be inspired in Brickell , “One Shade of Gray, fifty Buildings ”

Ps
In America is expelled GRAY AND IN ENGLAND GREY, to avoid corrections

IloveMiami
IloveMiami

Thanks for the laugh. Well done.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I agree and have no idea why architects like grey so much. Looks ugly especially when its raw concrete and has NOTHING to do with Miami. At least the developer safes on paint…

Ilovearchytectures
Ilovearchytectures

Can you imagine that in the Art Deco period they decided to paint all buildings in gray ….., I can’t imagine South Beach , where the largest collection of what is called “Tropical Art Deco” is painted in grey

The architects at that time have creativity and imagination

Rod
Rod

Art Deco doesn’t necessarily equate to colorful pastels. Two of the most iconic Art Deco buildings in the US are gray. the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building.

Ilovearchytectures
Ilovearchytectures

Agree ….that Most of the Art Deco buildings are plain grey color or the color of the stone they were built … i was talking about the Tropical Art Deco Architecture ( lots of people think that Art Deco is pink and pastel colors, they should read more about art) )typical of south Florida
We are not New York, Chicago or Detroit
Grey looks great in a suit for a Job interview
Grey is nice in a leather couch in a modern apartment
Grey is nice in a car

I’m greyful that I live in Brickell Key were buildings have colors other than grey

KFe
KFe

So i can conclude by your comment that NYC and Chicago are not good looking cities because too many buildings are grey….OMG…why would the entire planet goes gaga for these two cities?????

Anonymous
Anonymous

Learn to spell

Anonymous
Anonymous

It hides the dirt buildup better than white. Look at some of the last gen condos in white around the edges and roof line and you’ll see what I mean.

Ilovearchytectures
Ilovearchytectures

Not necessary white is the only color on a building if you don’t want to use grey
Look at Brickell key !!!

Marc305
Marc305

I could not agree with you more, I am from DC where the whole city is mostly grey, one thing I do not miss. BCC looks like it belongs up there. This is Miami, I am not saying to go all gaudy but a little color is not going to kill you.

Anonymous
Anonymous

We have the extremes of grey to Brickell Heights and SLS eye-searing rainbows.

wait
wait

Seriously. Thank you! Gray is an elegant color. Not everything has to be tutti frutti in Miami

Ilovearchytectures
Ilovearchytectures

I remember when Architectonica used to be color friendly ( The Atlantis, The Imperial and The Palace)

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah, but they suffered a bad case of yellow fever and their creativity stopped. Now they’re learning to design balconies, not buildings

Rod
Rod

Could you give us an example of a colorful skyscraper that you do like? Just as a point of reference. I love Miami Tower, but those are just lights being shone on it, it’s gray during the day.

Prado
Prado

Stop complaining about color nonsense….they used gray for many reasons; it is not only more urban and contemporary look but it is also a very safe option since it covers imperfection in stucco much betters than white. In terms of maintenance, they don’t have to paint the facade so often. Besides, if you complain only about the colors and we leave the design as it is, what color would you use instead???

Anonymous
Anonymous

ladies its grey because it has to meet energy code requirements. the end.

Ilovearchytectures
Ilovearchytectures

Elaborate, please!!! According to that the next generation of building is grey!!

PROCALC
PROCALC

can’t wait…

Anonymous
Anonymous

I can beat you that the design for this building will change. Not saying it’s a bad thing it’s actually a good this as this design is a bit boring.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You clearly dont know swire then. They are probably the most consistent in terms of delivery, execution and planning. If this is how they say it will look you can take that to the bank.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s true. Look at the BCC renderings.

Anonymous
Anonymous

OK that may be true but this building has had a few different looks. All i’m saying is I can beat It wont look like this in the final render.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Can the retail be something I can afford please?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Like what ? Ñooo que barato?

Marc305
Marc305

LMFAO!Dog, you are off the chain!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Wonder if Architectocnica was involved in that?

Yet Another Anonymous
Yet Another Anonymous

The giant slab of white goes without saying that it’s parking. The de facto standard in the mega suburb.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Is the City concerned about the traffic in the area ? all this streets were not designed for that hight …. today I was reading about how chaotic is the entrance for the Brickell area due to the bridge delays ups and downs ……

Anonymous
Anonymous

Lots of public transit in Brickell. Not concerned at all.

If you are reliant on the automobile then well, you probably know about traffic before moving to Brickell.

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