New Details Of 830 Brickell Released, Set To Begin Vertical Construction Now & Become Miami’s Most Modern Office Tower

Vertical construction is about to begin at the 830 Brickell tower across from Brickell City Centre, and developers have released new details of what they say will be “Miami’s most contemporary office tower.”

The tower’s vertical climb is expected to begin before the end of the summer. The skyscraper will eventually rise 57 stories and 724 feet, making it the second tallest office building in Miami. Ceiling heights in offices will be 13 feet.

A wall of silver glass will rise uninterrupted 57 stories in the air, and the full-height glazing will be both energy efficient and rated to withstand hurricane impact.

At the base will be a kinetic wall podium, with sheets of aluminum squares that bend in the wind and reflect movement and light.

The developers aim to attract the world’s largest companies to the new building by building top amenities.

An upscale rooftop bar and restaurant is planned on level 56 and 57. Other amenities will include a 2,500-square-foot health and wellness center and conference facility, a 14th floor outdoor terrace designed by Enea Landscape Architecture, electric vehicle charging stations, cafes and shopping.

Total size of the building is 1,030,000 square feet. A $300 million construction loan from Michael Dell’s MSD Partners was issued in July, and WeWork has signed a lease to occupy 146,000 square feet.

The architect of the tower, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture has also designed some of the world’s tallest buildings, including Burj Khalifa, Jeddah Tower, New York’s new Central Park Tower.

The goal of the architect was to elevate the architectural expression of the building to the level of museum-quality art, developers said in a press release. The design of the tower was influenced and inspired by the world-class-quality of art seen in Miami since the introduction of Art Basel to the city in 2002.

Oko Group and Cain International are the developers.

“The 830 Brickell development, in its unmatched location, will enhance and elevate the commercial landscape of Miami, helping to attract world-players in finance and business to this thriving city. In my 26-year career as a developer I have built 71 commercial and residential buildings totaling over 75 million square feet, I am proud to be bringing what will be the best office building to Miami with 830 Brickell,” said Vladislav Doronin, Chairman and CEO of OKO Group.

Cushman & Wakefield is handling leasing. The building will include 613,000 square feet of office.

 

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Anonymous

We should be thanking developer for finally bringing office space that’s was so necessary … now… let’s rope some major employers to fill the space

Anonymous

what’s his address…. 123 Kremlin Blvd ?

Anonymous

Got rid of the gold, good move. Now it looks modern and clean.

Anonymous

Hopefully Swire will be enticed to start with 1 BCC as a result of this..

Anonymous

They waited too long. Glad someone else saw the opportunity and got a leg up on the office market.

Anonymous

A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!!

Anonymous

Now we need a couple office towers in the CBD

Anonymous

looks much better without the gold. Wonder if they will add any up lighting to make this building really stand out.

Anonymous

Beautiful office building

Anonymous

The metro mover turned invisible

Anonymous

probably to better show the frontage of the first few floors.

Anonymous

And Mary Brickell was replaced by trees.

William

wow beautiful

Anonymous

Nice looking building.

>At the base will be a kinetic wall podium,
FTFY: At the base will be a parking podium

>WeWork has signed a lease to occupy 146,000 square feet.
Wonder if they’ll be around when the building opens.

Anonymous

Stunning!!!!

Anonymous

I love this project!!!
awesome!!!

NYC Loves Miami

Hines Tower Miami World Center. Where you at??!!

POLO

This is a beautiful, contemporary tower. However, the tower went from 53-story to 57-story, but the height decreased from 732 FT to 724 FT. I think their is a discrepancy in the height

Flymia

That rendering is odd. Makes it look like there is a park to the south of it. There is no park. Makes it look like the front (east entrance) is on some big avenue. Its on a small I guess its address will be 830 Brickell Plaza not on Brickell.

That being said, I like the look and its good to have a brand new office building come up. It is needed.

Magazine

Keep an eye on WeWork’s lease commitment. Hopefully that doesn’t throw this project through a loop – looks like they are signed on for about 25% of the building office space.

Anonymous

Cool, now start luring companies from Doral and Miramar to the urban core.

Ex-Republican/Free Mkt and Melting Pot Proponent

Of course the cantilever got VE’d away. Welcome to Miami.

Anonymous

Let’s hope a new influx of office space makes urban lease rates more affordable.

Anonymous

But how much parking? We need MORE PARKING. MUCH MORE PARKING IN DOWNTOWN. Where will I store my vehicle?

Anonymous

OKO quickly becoming my favorite developer.

Anonymous

OKO quickly becoming my favorite developer.

Shawn Kouri

Miami needs more office spaces. This would do the trick. This isn’t just an office. It’s a building with a restaurant instead of a cafeteria, I and for the first time this office tower includes a fitness center so employees can come and work out and exercise during their break. Solar power please?

Anonymous

I hope those two parking garages and the parking lot behind the church are redeveloped one day into mixed use supertalls…

Anonymous

two parking garages yes but the church will not sell.

Anonymous

They’d make a lot more money by selling than hosting annual cinco de mayo concerts.

Anonymous

Got shorter and shorter, but is an office tower.

Anonymous

Height isn’t everything.

Anonymous

No, height is everything.

Anonymous

It goes down in looks after every rendering.

Anonymous

And in height.