64-Story One Southside Park Moving to Next Phase Of Foundation Work

Brickell’s giant One Southside Park is moving to the next phase of site work.

Developer JDS has now essentially completed the first phase of soil mixing at the site, where construction began in Spring of this year.

The tower will rise 64 stories, or 773 feet.

The developer is now moving on to soil mixing at what was once a parking lot for the adjacent Fire Station. A temporary parking lot has been completed.

One Southside Park is also now fully permitted.

According to a draft utilities deal, 1 Southside Park will include:

  • 1,195 apartments
  • 165,000 square feet of office
  • 200 hotel rooms
  • 86,151 square feet of spa
  • 23,312 square feet of full service restaurant
  • 1,417 square feet of fast food restaurant
  • 5,120 square feet of banquet hall
  • 13,673 square feet of fitness center
  • 32,000 square feet of fire station

All of the residential units will be rental apartments, the developer has said.

Barry Sternlicht’s Treehouse Hotels will operate the hotel space.

Shop Architects is designing the project, while James Corner Field Operations is doing landscape design and overseeing plans for a rebuild of the adjacent Southside Park and The Underline connection.

Completion is expected in Fall of 2025.

 

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

I like this building. I hope it actually goes up.

Azarius
1 month ago

And to think there are some who thought this wouldn’t get built because of crowdsourcing some of the funding. Lol this is actually one of my favorite projects

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yes, I totally agree. This project will transform the western part of Brickell. Love the architecture design and the height.

PirataDeCulo
1 month ago

This tower will definatly stand out!

Anonymous
1 month ago

defiantly

Anonymous
1 month ago

Definitely?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Oh my God, I simply love this project. I can’t believe I have to wait four years to see it completed.

9id and and of ó⁸ì
1 month ago

⁹9

Anonymous
1 month ago

Looking foward to seeing this project going vertical.

Robert
1 month ago

I do love the little park area next to it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Fantastic project, with homes, hotel rooms, offices, retail, sports square, which expands Brickell’s horizons to the west, bringing even more life to this region. Really, Brickell is top.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You forgot to mention the 1,600 parking spots being built too.

Anonymous
1 month ago

unbelievable

Anonymous
1 month ago

Suck it, Brickell bitchers! (Directed at those Brickell residents who live in a prospering urban center, but, confusingly, expect the neighborhood to remain unchanged forever)

Anonymous
1 month ago

86,000 sq ft is one helluva spa.

Anonymous
1 month ago

They will have access to the pool which is included in the SQ footage. I understand they are securing a European top end outfit.

Anonymous
1 month ago

the balconies look weird in the rendering

Anonymous
1 month ago

The design looks a little like a combination of some PMG projects- Society Las Olas in FTL, and Waldorf Astoria. Generally nice looking, but visually it is kind of busy. (I still prefer this look over some concrete shoe boxes, but I don’t get a vote on this one either way).

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yep, big building but not great architecture.

The Far Side !!!
1 month ago

It’s a gigantic Leggo ! 😂

Anonymous
1 month ago

When it says the tower is fully permitted, does this include FAA and vertical construction too?

DJL Cyber
1 month ago

Absolutely.

Anonymous
1 month ago

4 years????

Anonymous
1 month ago

The park resign has plenty of underutilized space. You could be two or three basketball/tennis courts instead of pukey-colored sidewalks.

Anonymous
1 month ago

In other words, digging a bigger hole and begging for more money on the internet.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Texas sucks!

Anonymous
1 month ago

And ODP is architect of record!

Robert
1 month ago

I know you all love it. But I for one reason don’t like it at all. Hopefully it starts to grow on me cause it will definitely dwarf everything around it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami sucks Houston is bettet

Anonymous
1 month ago

If Miami is the only city thats not better than Houston, then doesn’t say much about Houston.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Houston sucks no density whatsoever just like Atlanta and Dallas. Miami is on another level

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami is just as sprawled, if not worse despite the Everglades being a growth boundary. What are you talking about?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Exactly, the growth boundary keeps the area from becoming a sprawling city like the cities mentioned which has no boundaries just highways and suburbs. What are you talking about?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Then why are you on a website for Miami real estate… maybe you should bring your comments to a Houston-based site.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yes. Please stay there.

Anonymous
1 month ago

houston= no zoning laws, ugly city design

Anonymous
1 month ago

As if Miami’s form-based zoning laws have made the city better. Not defending Houston, which has its own problems, but at least a lot of the central city area is walkable with quality light rail transit better than one and a half lines of elevated heavy rail and a sad people mover.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hard to argue with Houston is Bettet.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Dude Houston buildings are ugly and brown barely any modern architecture there..

Anonymous
1 month ago

Houston is a giant shithole their downtown is pathetically small for being such a “big city”.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Titties!