Brickell City Centre’s Next Phase Ready To Launch ‘When The Market Is There’; Temporary Fire Station To Be Built

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.

The next phase of Brickell City Centre will be built on the former Tobacco Road Property and Associated Photo site, connected by skybridge. Plans were submitted in 2018.

 

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POLO

I guess we won’t see One Brickell City Centre until the end of this decade.

Anonymous

Are you kidding?
Not even…
Try in the 2030’s if ever

Anonymous

Swire is having lots of other problems in HK which started well before the coronavirus.

Their airline is in deep trouble for many months.

Anonymous

Another fire station is great for the area

Anonymous

so more Miami porn videos?

Anonymous

Yes, those hot fire fighters…
Bring them on…

Anonymous

If Swire says the market isn’t there look out below for condo correction…

Anonymous

Of all the luxury towers, I believe they have had some of the hardest time selling reach and rise, and they seem to have been much more long term strategic developers than others in the industry.

Anonymous

This is the thing people don’t understand.Swire knows what he is doing if you look at everything Swire built on Brickell key- Tequesta, Asia, and Carbonal they all have went up in value! BCC is the anchor of Brickell there is no more land that touches BCC. Swire would rather wait it out to get top dollar for his units. I don’t agree with his logic. But, it’s not my money, I respect that he had the balls to build BCC without a mortgage.However, We need more office space in Brickell that offers high paying jobs. Brickell is expensive if you live some where nice you have to have a household of at least 200k . Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela are not coming like they use to!

Anonymous

Swire is a company. Not a “he.”

Anonymous

Corporations are moving from Brickell to Coral Gables now due to traffic.

Anonymous

Correction.. they move because of the lower rent.

Anonymous

Lots of companies are also moving to Doral and Miramar because their views out there are more dramatic. Can’t beat that gorgeous view of the Palmetto and I75 and so graciously close to Hialeah

Anonymous

We need more higher paying jobs first to demand the Class A office space. And that requires more entrepreneurs and programmers making the newest dotcom revolutionary thing.

Anonymous

Another 10 years

Anonymous

Time for Swire to flip this to apartments and realize where the market in Miami is currently and likely to go in the future.

Anonymous

What are those towers rendered beyond the skybridge? I am having a hard time orienting myself in these renderings.

Anonymous

Teasers….

Anonymous

Those are Brickell on the river

Anonymous

Another dimension gone in the wind. Not happening…

GBA

I like the climate ribbon.

Anonymous

“When the market is there” while we’re under the best economic prosperity in decades, and absolutely nothing to do with China imploding on itself.

Nick

If they can’t even lease BCC in full after years, why bother extending?

Anonymous

So one bcc isn’t coming anytime soon either 🙁

Anonymous

Sounds like a Moishe Mana statement. Will followers of TNM pile on Swire for sitting on their property? I suspect not. Mana is TNM’s go-to developer for its pent up vitriol for any development that isn’t moving fast enough for them.

Anonymous

Moishe…. Is that you??

Anonymous

Tell the truth, you got paid didn’t you?

Anonymous

damn, I’m going to miss the coffee shop that’s there. Puro Roast. hope the “market” takes a while to “get there”

BCC Tenant

Looking at how poorly Brickell City Centre has been managed, it makes total sense to stop this nonsense right away! Swire completely failed their first mall in the US, simply because they don’t know how to operate it. Such a beautiful property, sucks it was mismanaged!

Anonymous

Very true. Stores are closing left right center

Anonymous

Simon bought Dolphin Mall to get out of this mess. They want nothing to do with BCC anymore