In Brickell, contractors working on the 830 Brickell office tower appears close to completing a parking garage, new photos show.
The eight story parking facility appears to now be nearly complete. The garage runs from level 2-8, followed by office space starting on level 14.
There is strong interest by tenants in the building, brokers say. Brian Gale, Vice Chair of exclusive leasing agent Cushman and Wakefield, said in a statement that his team at at 830 Brickell is entertaining interest from tenants representing 400,000 square feet of office space.
It is the first major class-A office tower to be built in downtown Miami in a decade, developers say.
The parking garage will be covered with an aluminum kinetic wall, with squares that move with the breeze.
Above the garage, the tower will be clad with 1,030,000 square feet of uninterrupted glass (by comparison, the 649-foot Ritz Carlton Sunny Isles tower used 365,000 square feet of glass for its exterior).
Slab to slab height on the office floors is 13 feet.
On the 30th floor there will be a sky lobby, fitness center, coffee bar and conference rooms. There will also be a rooftop restaurant and bar.
Developers have also added post-pandemic technology to the tower’s design including ultraviolet lighting in air filtration systems and touchless technologies throughout the building.
The tower will eventually reach a height of 57 stories and 724 feet, making it the second tallest office building in Miami (only the Southeast Financial Center is taller).
The 640,000-square-foot tower is on schedule for completion in 2022.
Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill, with interiors by Italy’s Iosa Ghini Associati. Oko Group and Cain International are the developers.