830 Brickell Office Tower Nearing Completion, Over 90% Leased

Brickell’s first new standalone office tower in over a decade is nearing completion, with over 90 percent of space leased.

According to a February press release, global financial firm Rothschild & Co. signed a lease for 5,000 square feet of space.

Rothschild will join a roster of tenants at 830 Brickell that includes Microsoft, Citadel, Kirkland & Ellis, Sidley Austin, Winston & Strawn LLP and Baker McKenzie, A-CAP, Thoma Bravo, CI Financial, Marsh Insurance, AerCap and others.

The 55-floor, 640,000 square foot tower is being designed by renowned architecture firm Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill, with interiors by Italian architecture and design company Iosa Ghini Associati.

OKO Group and Cain International are the developers.

Completion is scheduled for 2023.

 

(photos: Phillip Pessar)

 

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Anonymous
12 days ago

Beautiful, sleek, office tower, it’s a welcome change for Brickell in a sea of condos.

Designer
12 days ago

The backside is quite ugly so far.

Anonymous
12 days ago

It’ll be covered when the crappy 7-Eleven next door is redeveloped.

Melo is sigma and Chad
12 days ago

Much needed new office tower in the heart of Brickell

Anonymous
12 days ago

Wonder who’s gonna get the restaurant space at the top

Anon
12 days ago

Something something run by Grutman

Anonymous
12 days ago

Ugh another one?

Anonymous
11 days ago

Hopefully not a gimmick clubstaurant and more like good restaurants at East Hotel.

nonanon
11 days ago

hopefully a peruvian or basque restaurant, not a copy and paste italian/mediterranean fusion.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Can’t wait for the rooftop restaurant..

Miami winning
12 days ago

Over 90% leased.
Miami Winning

Mad Dash
12 days ago

Hollo’s supertall should have been 3/4 of the way built as well.
He’s two decades behind

Anonymous
12 days ago

Gorgeous design. I can’t wait to see the HQs move to Miami, with state of the art facilities like this! 🏙️ ☀️ 🌴

Anonymous
12 days ago

It completely killed the view of the SLS. Whoever bought it there should have known that one day this could happen.

Tony
12 days ago

I agree. So stupid.

Anonymous
12 days ago

In fact, the view to the east, which was the most beautiful, towards the bay, has been lost, the rest remain the same.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Must be brutal having that view get taken away from you not to mention the construction process literally in your face for years after buying a luxury condo…

Anonymous
12 days ago

What are you guys talking about… sls lux is literally in the heart of brickell. Who the fuck would think there wouldn’t be construction close by or their views wouldn’t be obstructed

Anonymous
12 days ago

The [clueless] residents, apparently. There was all sort of uproar when this office tower was announced.

Bruno
9 days ago

No there wasn’t.
There was no uproar about an amazing Adrian Smith designed tower.

Look at the pricing, the value of the SLS Lux has, and will continue to increase.

Anonymous
11 days ago

Regardless if they knew it was happening it still must’ve sucked as it was happening

Bruno
9 days ago

I love skyscrapers, so it was phenomenal to watch the cranes and construction from the tennis courts or the sky lounge on the 45th floor.

Did not suck at all.

The 59th floor pool might lose a sliver of the South Beach/ Fisher Island view, built the Key Biscayne, Turkey Point, and the other 230 degree view is doesn’t suck either.

Anonymous
12 days ago

They still have great views of CitizenM’s awful mural, just as office workers in this tower will have great views of SLS’ awful mural.

Tom
10 days ago

Most buildings that are not on the water will face this problem of losing their great view. IMO, the more that goes up (especially office buildings), the more the value of places will go up. SLS Lux is in the heart of Brickell, so it will be just fine. That said, I also agree that it sucks for people to lose their view, but they should have known (or their realtors should have told them) that that land was zoned for a high-rise building and it was actually planned for one prior to SLS Lux going up. It was just a matter of time before it happened.

Bruno
9 days ago

And they did.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Very telling about Miami, as nearly every other major city downtown is suffering from an office space glut.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Miami doesn’t have much office space compared to other big cities to begin with. Also existing class A office space in miami isn’t conducive for large office space. The floor plans are too small. One brickell city centre is the real game changer. It’s more on par with Manhattan office buildings than this one is

Anonymous
12 days ago

The office space other big cities have is like literally 1/3 vacant. They need less. Miami needs more.

Cover the Podiums
12 days ago

this is Class A, which many older cities don’t have much of. Mainly due to historical preservation.

Anon
12 days ago

Older cities have Class A, LOL

Anonymous
12 days ago

Right, because Wall Street towers from the 1920s aren’t Class A office space?

Anonymous
12 days ago

Show video of the kinetic base in action

mike
12 days ago

its awesome, saw it last week, feels like it captures the movement of the wind very well. it also has a nice sound to the tiles moving.

Anonomatopoeia
11 days ago

Everyone stops and looks. It’s beautiful. Just wonder what would happen to them in a hurricane.

Anon
12 days ago

Anyone know if they are adding glass to the back? Work nearby and just see bare concrete.

s.k
11 days ago

Yeah, that’s an eyesore! I go to Eqx Brickell Heights and you can see that awful concrete wall from everywhere in the club, even from Mary Brickell Village. I hope they put some glass, vents or something to cover that.

Anonymous
12 days ago

How to conceal a parking garage without a loud obnoxious mural.

If everything was so easy
11 days ago

Show me the money

AbyNormal
12 days ago

Construction is Severely Delayed. Tenants are in dire need of space being turned over (cannot build out until building is completed). Developer is not being transparent…hope this gets solved soon. The weeks – months pass…and no further update. What does OKO and Cain have to say about that?

Anon
11 days ago

I live a couple blocks away and to be honest it has looked the same for the past 6 months or so. Doesn’t look like it will be completed this year.

Time Out
11 days ago

It’s because DeSantis policies took a blow to Florida and he is using the state and taxpayer money for his own personal agenda. Hurting everyone. Confident we can recover but if we don’t address big awkward elephant in room it’ll get worse.

nonanon
11 days ago

not to mention the anti-immigration bill hurting the construction industry who heavily relies on recent immigrant labor to function.

Market Urbanist
11 days ago

How? The bill was just passed.

Bruno
9 days ago

Excellent comment Time Out.
You are hyper-dialed into 830 Brickell!

We-need to recall DeSantis, get Gillum out of prison and off the crack, and into the governors mansion by next Friday!!

THEN 830 Brickell will have the TCO.

Bruno
9 days ago

They might say, “We don’t get paid until Tennants write rent checks…so we are moving quickly as we possibly can.”

Tom
11 days ago

Urban growth is good growth, sprawl development is not

Category 5
12 days ago

Kinetic projectile

Anonymous
12 days ago

You’ll be more likely to be impaled by that “V” sculpture.