Miami’s Second Tallest Office Tower Now Has $300M In Construction Financing

The 830 Brickell office tower will soon begin vertical construction and become Miami’s second tallest after developers secured $300 million in construction financing last week.

The project is being built across from Brickell City Centre. Foundation work began in early 2019.

830 Brickell will top off at top off at 732 feet above ground, or 53 stories. The only taller office building in Miami is the Southeast Financial Center at 765 feet above ground.

When completed, 830 Brickell will include 490,200 square feet of office, 583 parking spaces, ground floor retail, and a rooftop restaurant on level 53. The garage will be clad with a kinetic facade that moves in the breeze.

MSD Partners, which is backed by Michael Dell, is the lender.

OKO Group and Cain International are the developers.

Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill is the architect.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Great Milestone. Hope it initiates an Office Tower Tendency.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I feel like this project has moved a lot faster than normal for Miami (at least from the time it was publicly announced)

POLO
2 years ago

Can’t wait to see this tower going vertical!

Anonymous
2 years ago

300M for a 53 story office tower?? Damn, construction prices in Miami must be going up.

Anonymous
2 years ago

That’s the cost of an old house full of homeless on skid-row in San Francisco

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yeah….compare that to the cheap price on the Kurshner apts.

Anonymous
2 years ago

It will look great from I95 but nothing earth shattering for a high visibility area

Anonymous
2 years ago

show me another building that looks like this in Miami… you can’t

Anonymous
2 years ago

Wow…I got all the way to the bottom and not one comment about the flying tiles during a hurricane. What’s up with that boys? The parking podium freaks are beating you to the punch line.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Miami wants to compare itself to Manhattan – office towers there don’t have half a thousand parking spaces. Maybe a handful for top execs but that’s about it.

Anonymous
2 years ago

NYC was also designed so that cars would not be required. Unfortunately, Miami isnt to the point where enough people live in Brickell/Downtown. Most families live in the suburbs so it makes sense to have parking available

Anonymous
2 years ago

Millions commute to Manhattan as well from the suburbs.

Anonymous
2 years ago

That’s because mass transit covers all of the NYC Metro area.In miami metro rail only goes to kendall

Anonymous
2 years ago

East Kendall only

Anonymous
2 years ago

Um, most of NYC was built before cars existed, and Manhattan and Brooklyn even before trains.

Anonymous
2 years ago

583 < 1,000

583/43 estimated non-parking floors = 13.5 spots per floor. There won't be enough parking for every employee. If this was built 10-20 years ago it would have had 1,500 spaces. At least it's progress.

Anonymous
2 years ago

It says half a thousand not 1,000

Anonymous
2 years ago

It says that 583 is less than 1000.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You’re really comparing a city with a subway system to Miami where you can’t build basements?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Miami does not compare itself to NY. How could it ? Miami will always be a small town compared to NY and the politicians in Miami Dade county don’t think much about expanding mass transit.. Parking levels are necessary

Anonymous
2 years ago

Miami does?
That seems strange…never heard this