‘Iconic’ Citadel HQ To Begin Construction In Brickell Late 2023/Early 2024

More details have been revealed about Citadel’s headquarters tower planned in Brickell.

Former NYSE President Tom Farley said on CNBC that billionaire Citadel founder Ken Griffin revealed new details of the HQ to him last week.

The new building will be “iconic,” Farley said.

Groundbreaking is planned in late 2023 or early 2024, he added.

Farley said both he and Griffin think the new HQ building will be a competitive advantage in recruiting talent to Miami.

Farley said he was a bit “misty eyed” that a city in the north was losing a great business.

Griffin was “early and right on this Miami trend, and he’s really doubling down,” Farley said.

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Anonymous
1 month ago

There’s that word again…but with Kenny G it’s hard not to believe it

Anonymous
1 month ago

My thoughts exactly, lol

Anonymous
1 month ago

The word “iconic” it’s so overused that it has loss its meaning!

Anonymous
1 month ago

..lost

Anonymous
1 month ago

love to see him partner with steve ross and purhase gentings property and build a “hudson yards “type project there…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hopefully by then a ton of other companies have joined

I c O n I c
1 month ago

I c O n I c

Anonymous
1 month ago

I like the fact that the word iconic is used in order to bring more companies

Conno Sir
1 month ago

Who will be the architect?

AbyNormal
1 month ago

To be revealed soon enough…wait a few weeks.

Azure
1 month ago

So the update is that the building will be iconic? Okay..
I don’t think they’ve announced the short listed architectural firms yet have they?

Lenny
1 month ago

The news is that Griffin is responding publically to the Tribune trash talk.

Agreed
1 month ago

Agreed

King Clown
1 month ago

Where the AMC apes at? Lolll

tethys
1 month ago

Citadel doesn’t joke with office space. Look at their NYC HQ at 425 park, beautiful modern building

A little bird
1 month ago

Based on their assemblage next door, I’d be shocked if Aimco weren’t partnering up with Citadel for something incredible here… This is a once in 5 lifetimes opportunity for both parties.

Anonymous
1 month ago

And because apparently money is no object, let them build the one and only iconic buildings all others are judged by, the one that appears next to the word “Iconic” in the encyclopedia.

Pickle Rick
1 month ago

Enough with Brickell. It’s filled up. They need to start building these “iconic” office buildings in Downtown Miami.

EJS
1 month ago

Or upzone some parts of East Little Havana to accommodate the overflow once Brickell is built out.

Pickle Rick
1 month ago

Well, the CBD in Downtown Miami is hardly utilized for the “business” community anymore like it used to be. Bringing the business community back to Downtown Miami should be a priority for the city again.

Anonymous
1 month ago

No thanks. We don’t need more vertical sprawl, consisting of Arquitectonica and Melo cereal boxes with giant parking garages without a Metrorail extension. In the mean time, wait for West Brickell and the A&E District to redevelop vacant lots, and by then maybe Manlet and MDC will sell their properties on the north side of the Miami River.

Pickle Rick
1 month ago

The Downtown core is where it’s needed most. What used to be a financial center in the 80s/90s is now just dead and boring. Too bad vacant lots where the Southeast Financial center stands was already developed with stucco cereal boxes from the 2000s condo boom. And I’m not just talking about Arquitectonica or Mana. Real Class A office space could have been there. The amount of office space density that could have gone there would have been great for that location. Oh well.

Pickle Rick
1 month ago

MDC is not selling their properties btw. The Wolfson campus is there.

Se me paró
1 month ago

Lots of empty lots still on Brickell.
I mean lots.
But I would love to see more CBD development

Anonymous
1 month ago

Still plenty of junk in West Brickell and even in southern portion of Brickell Ave that can be torn down and redeveloped.

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

Exactly! Why are people trash talking Brickell? Like it or not, it’s the center of Miami’s business and still has a lot of room to grow.

Pickle Rick
1 month ago

Brickell is an annexation of Miami’s business community. If you were around in Miami in the 90s/80s then you would know the Downtown CBD is where the banks were and ultimately where the business community was.

anon anon
1 month ago

meh. no one believes that. Just another building that no one will care about a month or two after it opens, if it opens. ‘Iconic’ is so overused.