Brickell City Centre Office Space Is Now 100% Leased

If you want an office at Brickell City Centre, you’ll have to wait for the next phase.

Two new office leases were announced today, making the office space space in the complex 100% leased. Both the Two BCC and Three BCC office buildings are now fully occupied.

The two new leases are:

  • KPMG – 16,926 square feet (full floor)
  • Interaudi Bank – 10,700 square feet

Brickell City Centre occupancy statistics, as of the most recent Swire Properties reports:

  • Office – 100% leased
  • Retail – 88% leased
  • Residential condos – 72% sold
  • Hotel – statistics not provided, but revenue per available room said to be on the increase

The next phase of the project, an 80-story tower called One Brickell City Centre, is sure to include more space to meet demand. Developer Swire Properties has promised to include a much larger office component in the second phase to take advantage of Miami’s booming office market.

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Hopefully a sign for developers to think office and not condos. We need critical mass of new Class A office space to attract new businesses.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The developers don’t think “condos and not office,” they go which ever way the water flows. When the demand for office space is high because new businesses is starting to out strip supply, then we’ll see developers running to meet that request.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Not necessarily true. Some developers are specialized in condo buildings and for them it is just easier to build these and flip it quick. Wish there were more serious developers/operators like Swire… Miami would be a lot different, in a good way.

Anonymous
3 years ago

We need corporate HQs like Chicago, not just bank branches and WeWork space.

Anonymous
3 years ago

For that we need more 100% office buildings… Not these mixed-use buildings that pop in Miami every other week 97% condo and 3% office.

Anonymous
3 years ago

except most employees at these corporate HQ’s can’t afford to live here !!! They can’t all be 1%’ers !

Anonymous
3 years ago

Another successful project for Swire.. when does Phase II begin?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Hopefully the big 1000 ft monster is only office + hotel!! We have enough living space downtown, let’s build offices now pleaseee

Anonymous
3 years ago

Hate to burst your bubble but these developers are not in the business of pleasing you.

Cobra
3 years ago

Great news!!! We need more office buildings, more jobs, and more people in downtown. I really hope BCC retail portion ends up being a huge success and hopefully they expand north of 6th street and all the way to the river. Maybe a new wing with a little bit more down to earth retail for the simple ‘mortals’ that we also live in downtown. But in general I admire what they have done!!!

Gringo
3 years ago

As a unit owner at Reach, I must say that Swire has set the bar here in Miami… I love it…

Anonymous
3 years ago

You should love it Gringo, you have the world at your feet!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Beautiful mall, but empty.

BDub
3 years ago

Was in the summer for sure, but maybe it will pick up with cooler weather.
The “Climate Ribbon” is not a/c for sure.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Don’t worry, when the influx of new residents increases in Brickell, downtown, Wynnwood, Design District, Edgewater, and beyond, you’ll start seeing this Mall being packed with people.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Spoken like a true realtor.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Man, some people just can’t stand the truth.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Brickell is already one of the most densely populated areas in the United States… We only need more tourism in the area. And for that we need more office/hotels. Not condos. Tourists like that business/downtown feel in cosmopolitan cities.

Anonymous
3 years ago

brickell needs 1000k ft office spaces but “downtown” is blighted as fck and it wouldn’t do good there, it’s a shame but a hop over the river is night and day difference and that is the government vs private difference. Shame on Miami

Anonymous
3 years ago

Don’t disagree that Brickell needs more office, but we forget that most of Brickell was blighted not too long ago (thank you BCC and other developments for turning this around!). Things will turn around on the other side of the river quicker than any Miami submarket due to its walkability and transit options.