830 Brickell Office Tower Expected To Be Fully Leased Upon Completion

The developer building the 830 Brickell office tower has announced several more leases as completion nears.

In a press release, the developer said that the building is expected to be fully leased ahead of its delivery in late 2022.

Newly announced tenants include international law firms Winston & Strawn LLP (35,000 square feet) and Baker McKenzie (18,000 feet).

The developer also just completed a utilities deal with Miami-Dade.

Under the agreement completed September 6, 830 Brickell will be permitted to be connected to the county’s water and sewer system.

According to the new utilities agreement, 830 Brickell will include:

  • 524,910 square feet office
  • 8,831 square feet of retail
  • 24,267 square feet of full service restaurant

When complete, 830 Brickell will be the second tallest office building in Miami.

Architecture firm Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill is designing the tower, with interiors by Italian architecture and design company Iosa Ghini Associati.

Amenities will include a rooftop bar/lounge and restaurant – with menus developed alongside a three-Michelin-starred chef, a health and wellness center, conferencing facilities, an outdoor terrace, cafés and street-level retail.

A joint venture between OKO Group and Cain International is developing the building.

 

Photo of construction progress in July:

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Qtip
10 days ago

So much for all the people trash talking office construction saying “when the remote workers go back to nyc Miami going to be hurting” 😂😂😂

Anonymous
10 days ago

New opportunities and businesses, good jobs, income and taxes. Onward and upward, Miami.

Anonymous
10 days ago

I love this building! Build a taller twin :_)

Anonymous
10 days ago

I think they regret not building a thousand feet tall.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Not much space for a twin, but maybe annex instead of that crap-ass 7-Eleven next door.

Pickled Rick
10 days ago

Beautiful building.

Anonymous
9 days ago

Brickell Winning.

Olga
7 days ago

Does anybody know if kinetic tiles will be installed all across the building, specifically the wall facing SLS Lux? Or will it be pained? I can’t find renderings showing that side

Anonymous
10 days ago

Let’s slow down with all the Chicago coming here. We don’t want to become like them.

Anonymous
10 days ago

…want their money and jobs, which is what this project attracts.

Kitty W
10 days ago

What a stupid comment. You’re doing great sweetie.

Will keep posting til my post gets posted
10 days ago

….we want their jobs and money. This project accomodates that.

Melo is sigma and chad
10 days ago

deep dish pizza O block go home

Market Urbanist
10 days ago

I don’t think this project will bring down the undesirable elements of Chicago.

Anonymous
10 days ago

“Let’s slow down with all the Chicago coming here. We don’t want to become like them”

You’re kidding right? Because Miami (and a lot of the county in general) already has its fair share of bullets flying everywhere.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Nobody is relocating from Chicago to Miami Gardens.

Anonymous
9 days ago

Miami has the lowest crime rate since the 1930’s.

Anonymous
10 days ago

Oh look, a new tall office tower!!!

Somebody better sound the alarm….