830 Brickell Site Leased To Equinox For 10 Months

The 830 Brickell site has been leased to fitness chain Equinox, which plans a recruitment center for their soon to open location at Brickell Heights.

The lease runs for 10 months. The developer behind 830 Brickell is “laser focused” on the Missoni Baia project, and doesn’t yet have a timeline for 830 Brickell.

 

 

 

From architect Ricardo Bofill’s description of 830 Brickell:

Luxury residential tower of approximately a 500,000 square feet net sellable area, located on the crossing of SE 8th Street and SE 1st Avenue, with the distinct address of “830 BRICKELL PLAZA”, hereafter referred to as “Project.”
The program includes:
2,5000 square foot Lobby on SE 1st Ave
Retail on ground floor
Parking on floors 2-8
Amenities (including Spa, Club, Rooftop Pool & Terrace, Gym and Lounge)
Residential units comprised of:
25% 1-Bedroom 1,000 ft2
35% 2-Bedroom 1,600 ft2
15% 3-Bedroom 2,000 ft2
15% 3-Bedroom 2,600 ft2
05% 3-Bedroom 3,200 ft2
05% Penthouses TBD

 

construction last week:

 

renderings from ricardo bofill:

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Anonymous

I hope this gets built.
It looks city-like architecture.

Ricky

I love it. Nice and slick looking. More buildings like this please.

Anonymous

Elegant design

Anonymous

Love the architecture!!!!

We\'ll See...

Very cool; however, who is moving here to buy all of these units (sales have completely slowed down everywhere else) and who are the renters here and where are they coming from? Miami is notoriously troubled for not obtaining large-format office tenants from markets like NY and LA, and therefore, many large office developments have not happened due to no demand for space. Without an increased number of offices and employees, a stagnant daytime working and resident population, and no income growth, where are all the people coming from? Looks as though we all may have a pick of the litter in Miami in 2019 when everyone realizes the unfortunate mirage is real (or isn’t) and prices will finally drop as people become realistic. Stay tuned…

Anonymous

As long as the economy is not diversified we’ll always pretty much be a service, tourist industry town. It’s a shame. Hong Kong and Singapore are on the same latitude and have made business powerhouses of their location. We are in an enviable position between North and South and we can’t do the same here…. Why?

Urbanist242

We are trying to diversify but why do we nee

Urbanist241

I’m waiting to snag a deal. I’m thinking next year when the rest of the stock is built and lending rates go up.

Will

Not loving the green tint of the glass but the massing is elegant in my opinion.

Anonymous

This is for Equinox… They would never launch sales now!

Anonymous

i like the jade green – maybe the right color to attract the money to pay for the units.

Who

Appealing design!

Anonymous

Is this location where Colombo planned a highrise?

marc

yes

Anonymous

Nice…. I actually like the architecture and the green color is beautiful.

Stabilo

green tint has to go!!!

Stabilo

green tint has to go!!!

Anonymous

Why?
Not all buildings can be white…
The green is striking and it will stand off against all the same patina

Anonymous

Um, I think Stabilo is referring to the fact that the green “tint” is not really needed on a glass building. But I don’t see the big deal. Glass exterior looks great for high rises. Maybe Stabilo wants silver or translucent glass.

Anonymous

I agree….from where are all this owners – tenants coming from ? this will only give hard time to people already own , prices will go down after closing all this units , but this is the developers pyramids

Anonymous

I fail to see how this building has any architectural qualities. Miami has too many boxes, and next to Brickell City Centre, Brickell Heights, and SLS Luxe, it’s absolute shit.

Anonymous

How does this have a Brickell address?

Anonymous

am i the only one who think this building looks mediocre

Anonymous

yes

Anonymous

No. It’s completely basic. What’s so elegant about it? The green is an eye sore as well.

aceraroja

This dude is right, it needs a cruise ship at the top with a bungee drop into a Dave and Busters branded atrium. And the parking looks a little too elegant and small — thousands more spaces with a direct 95 onramp would really, finally, make Miami a Real City!