JPMorganChase Expanding Brickell Offices For 400 More Employees

JPMorganChase has announced plans to double the size of its offices in Brickell.

The company already has 500 employees in its Brickell offices. With the expansion, the company will have capacity for 400 new employees.

The size of the JPMorganChase Brickell office space will go from 80,000 square feet to 160,000 square feet. In addition to offices, there will also be new event and meeting space. The existing space will be renovated as well.

Construction work to expand and renovate the Brickell office is expected to take about two years.

 

 

The JPMorganChase office tower in Brickell:

(photo: Phillip Pessar)

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Chyneesha
26 days ago

Great!! We’ll take it! 🙂

Anonymous
25 days ago

Miami is the best city in America and most desired place to work and live this century.

Ex PE IB
26 days ago

Is there any word if this is intended for IBD, Trading, or PWM? This dictates if it’s new business or reallocation from NYC.

Anonymous
25 days ago

It’s exciting to see Miami’s growth in finance and professional jobs. The community in Brickell is impressive, and enhancing our educated population would make it even better.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Whoop-dee-doo Basil

Anonymous
26 days ago

But are these actual jobs that will benefit Miami, and not operations focused on some “repĂşblica bananera” operations.

Anonymous
25 days ago

No more discriminatory Spanish-speaking only jobs. Miami is a city with international influences and an American hub that speaks English too.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Most jobs require both Spanish and English, which is a small ask of educated people living in the US in the 21st century.

Anonymous
25 days ago

Why is there a need to speak Spanish when everyone speaks English and we have AI that can translate? This requirement seems more like an ethnic litmus test, something that is not demanded in any other American city.

Anonymous
24 days ago

Is there any other American city that is the capital of Latin America? Dumb comment.

Anonymous
23 days ago

Miami is the new capital of North America, it’s not even in Latin America.

TMK
26 days ago

Amazing! Where are they building the extension ? On brickell? I guess views will be affected at the 3 new projects ….1428 Brickell, One Broadway b& Cipriani.

Anm
25 days ago

? They’re not “building” anything. They’re just taking more space at 1450 Brickell where they already are a tenant.

Mr305AKA
26 days ago

NYC is on the decline…Miami moving up

KvW
26 days ago

Not a Zero sum game. If you’re a proper bank you’ll always want a NYC and a Miami branch / address. The markets may have crossover but there’s some that won’t go up and some that won’t come down.

Anonymous
26 days ago

Not really, have you seen the new headquarters of JP Morgan Chase at 270 Park Avenue? It’s an architectural masterpiece supertall tower extending from Park Avenue to Madison Avenue, and 1,390 feet tall. Also, coming soon 350 Park Avenue 1,600 feet tall, 175 Park Avenue 1,575 feet tall among many others.

Anonymous 4
25 days ago

Please ignore the country bumpkins here. Everything they see is like the first or best ever. It’s incredible.

Bob
26 days ago

Why is this place always so uneducated?

The Brickell office increasing by 400 employees is so small an insignificant when you consider that JPM is finishing an NYC HQ that will increase headcount from 3500 to 14000 in one location.

Lynx at Miami Tower
26 days ago

Yeah the new Chase building is great, and it’s twice the size of the Southeast financial center.

Mr305AKA
26 days ago

A flood begins with a single raindrop….that is how empires crumble…with uneducated comments like yours

Anonymous
25 days ago

Because people are slaves in NY and don’t realize those high salaries are designed to entrap them in a system where they never own anything. Miami is for people who are smarter than that.

Anonymous
26 days ago

I’d say NYC is far from the decline as the world financial capital based on some loony toons in Queens and South Bronx. It’s gotten bad, but never will be as bad as it was in the 1970s (I hope).

Jordan
26 days ago

True

Anonymous 4
25 days ago

Country bumpkins. Never seen, just seen types.

Anonymous
25 days ago

So true! New Yorkers keep wanting to relocate to Miami, just need innovative companies to help bring opportunities.

Jose Mendoza
25 days ago

Miami is teh new place where they can pay “peanuts” to their employees, and feel good about it. Florida is becoming a third-world country of its own. thanks, DeSantis