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Eastern National Bank Moving Out, Building Will Be Demolished For One Brickell City Centre

Eastern National Bank Moving Out, Building Will Be Demolished For One Brickell City Centre

An office building slated for demolition to make way for One Brickell City Centre is being vacated by Eastern National Bank, which formerly owned the building.

The bank signed a lease to move their headquarters to Dadeland from Brickell Avenue, according to a press release (via TRD).

They have been operating on a lease from Swire Properties. The bank sold their 197,611-square-foot Brickell headquarters to Swire in 2011 for just $13.1 million in 2011. The property, which includes 50,172-square-feet of land, is now worth multiples of that price.

Swire intends to demolish the office building to build the mixed-use 1,049-foot tall One Brickell City Centre. The developer recently topped off several other building withing the Brickell City Centre complex.

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Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s a shame this building is coming down. It has a great scale and beautiful modernist lines. It has always been kept impeccable.
I hope Arquitectonicas tower merits this.

John
John

What other buildings will be knocked down for the skyscraper? If I recall, that building and the parking lot behind it isn’t that big. I used to bank at Northern Trust next door.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The Miami Today building, which was already demolished. Also, the Northern Trust building, which is now being used a sales center for City Centre.

Luchiano
Luchiano

They demolish that beautiful building???

John Fox
John Fox

When will this happen?