Brickell City Centre’s developer is set to begin building a temporary fire station, while they decide on when to launch the project’s next phase, according to Miami Today.
The next phase of Brickell City Centre will be ready to launch “when the market is there,” Swire Properties president Kieran Bowers told the paper in an email.
In the meantime, the developer will build a temporary fire station to meet growing demand in the area, as part of an agreement with the city. It will eventually be replaced by a permanent fire station on the same site.
The temporary fire station will be built between Southeast Fifth and Sixth streets near the river and consist of a trailer and tank. A permanent 6,500 square foot station will later be built on the same site.