First Glass Installed At 55-Story 830 Brickell

830 Brickell, the office tower now rising across from Brickell City Centre, has had its first glass installed, a new photo shows.

There’s a lot more of it coming: in total, there will be 1,030,000 square feet of uninterrupted glass installed on the façade of the tower.

The glass itself is Low-E, according to the developers website.  That generally refers to glass with an extremely thin, transparent coating that will minimize the amount of infrared and ultraviolet light while still allowing the maximum amount of light through as possible.

The glass is also hurricane impact resistant.

The 55-story tower will eventually reach a height of 724 feet above ground, making it Brickell’s tallest office tower and the second tallest office building in all of Miami.

The 765-foot Southeast Financial Center is the only office tower in Miami that is currently taller.

In March, the developers of the tower said that overall activity activity in the Miami real estate market was “beyond anything we have ever seen.”

Private equity firm Thoma Bravo is among the leases already signed at the building, and negotiations for hundreds of thousands of square feet were said to be ongoing.

The tower will include 650,000 square feet of Class A office space.

Completion is scheduled for 2022.

 

 

 

(photo: Paul Burkley)

 


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Anonymous
1 month ago

This office tower is what will decide Miami’s market in the next 5-10 years, if this fails then we are condo bound for the future

Anonymous
1 month ago

So you’re an expert on the subject?

Anonymous
1 month ago

its just common sense. If a Class A building struggles to get good tenants than most developers arent going to build Class A.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Good thing developers and development don’t rely on your suppositions.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Why r ppl down voting that comment?? Common sense can’t be posted on here? Lmao

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s much more complex than you think , and one building does not “decide Miami’s market”.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Exactly. One building is not an standard/ benchmark. IMO I can not see anyone aged 30 going back to an office again…? They will have some excuse etc

Anonymous
1 month ago

^^^what are YOUR credentials that qualify you to challenge that assertion?

Anonymous
1 month ago

^ Ha!.. you said it best, it’s an “ass-ertion.”

Anonymous
1 month ago

How much of an expert does one have to be to make a perfectly common sense deduction? I see you must be part of the Miami pretense class who thinks Condos are the beginning and the end of civilization. Dorkland.

POLO
1 month ago

This tower will be a sucess. Their is a high demmand for class A office space in Miami. This tower’s timming was perfect!

Anonymous
1 month ago

For sure. It not typical to see so much sq ft pre-leased in Miami.
The pricing isnt cheap either.

This building is exquisite, and the developers were right on time.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Most offices in Brickell right now are ghost towns. This Class A office bldg will fail. If we learned anything from pandemic…offices are out. Another poor development decision here. I am an expert on the subject in case you ask…I have my creditional I can show.

Anonymous
20 days ago

Microsoft is moving their LatAM HQ here so Miami’s future is good!👏👏👏

Anonymous
1 month ago

Class A all the way!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yeah offices are quicker to build, far less dry wall and plumping compared to apartments.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yet it looks pretty plump

Anonymous
1 month ago

Thats what she said.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Gorgeous

Anonymous
1 month ago

The mid level core with the V shaped supports has been taking a while, hopefully this will be done by Q4 and they can get back to doing a floor a week like they used to be doing..

Anonymous
1 month ago

They seem to be in no hurry to finish. Probably hoping that office demand starts to pick up again by the time they finish.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Interesting to see from the photo the glass installed on the curve.
Impressive how construction has advanced.

Anonymous
1 month ago

just beautiful…..hope there are more office buildings in the future…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Very very nice glass. It will great to see the whole building clad in it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

701 and 777 Brickell Avenue really should consider redeveloping their parking garages facing the bay. Come to think of it, what ever happened to that Yacht Club at Brickell expansion?

Anonymous
1 month ago

You should know panorama tried to sue so it’s probably mucking around in the mire

Anonymous G
1 month ago

Beautiful building! I can’t wait for it to finish.

Anonymous G
16 days ago

Microsoft is leasing here now!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Who is the glazing contractor for this project. Must be one of the top 3 in the country.