New Rendering Of Miami’s Tallest Under-Construction Office Tower Shows More Silver, Less Gold Where Rooftop Bar Planned

A new rendering of the 830 Brickell has been released by developers OKO Group and Cain International, which appears to show a design that has been refined over the past few months.

Representatives of the developer told The Next Miami they would release a full new set of renderings next week, along with new details of the building.

In June, the developers submitted plans to the Urban Development Review Board that showed the top floors of the tower with what appeared to be a wood panel facade, and a mix of silver and copper colored glass. Those plans were approved by the board.

A new rendering provided by the developers to the WSJ yesterday now shows a silvery metallic appearance at the top, replacing the wood grain look. The copper glass may also have been removed.

A rooftop bar and restaurant is planned at the top of the tower, the developers told the paper.

Miami’s office market is booming, the WSJ wrote. More than half of office space under construction is already pre-leased, and asking rents in the city are up 26% since 2014.

830 Brickell broke ground earlier this year across from Brickell City Centre and is on track to become the second tallest office building in the city at 734 feet above ground.

Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill is the architect, together with local architecture firm Revuelta.


Original UDRB approved: