One Brickell City Centre: Expected Demolition Date Revealed

New details about One Brickell City Centre have been revealed, including an expected demolition date, according to the SFBJ.

There is said to be “great momentum” in leasing of office space at the tower.

Detailed plans for the project have now been filed with the city, the developer said.

Demolition at the site “should begin” in the late first quarter, a Related Companies executive told the paper.

The groundbreaking date depends on the pace of leasing.

The tower will rise 68 stories, or nearly 1,000 feet, the report said.

The report also said that there will be a restaurant and rooftop helipad at One Brickell City Centre.

Brickell City Centre’s Climate Ribbon will additionally be extended to connect to the new tower.

 




 

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

68 stories, nearly 1000 ft? What happened to 80 stories 1049 ft?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Offices have higher ceilings than condos

Anonymous
1 month ago

^^evidently you never read the original proposed height and floor count.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ikr

Vincent
1 month ago

Nearly 1000 feet tall? That’s very disappointing.

BDub
1 month ago

Recessions don’t necessarily affect all regions equally.

Marty Brickell
1 month ago

Sure don’t! If Miami is booming this much during a recession, imagine how it will develop and draw in business during peak economic times ✅

Anonymous
1 month ago

What recession?

Anonymous
1 month ago

The free state of Florida is somewhat recession proof. As long as it stays that way.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Lol. So I guess you weren’t living in Florida in 2008?

Anonymous
1 month ago

The subprime mortgage crisis was a major factor in the 2008 recession, not the Federal government printing more money than the past 100 years, awful policies, and lying about it.

Freefart
1 month ago

L M F A O !!! “recession proof”

Anonymous
1 month ago

There is no recession now. But into 2023, who knows.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Depends when China invades Formosa.

Formosa in my pants
1 month ago

Depends when the fed stops raising rates to cool inflation down to their 2% target.

Mmmm
1 month ago

So, no longer a supertall.

Anonymous
1 month ago

984 feet is supertall, it doesn’t have to be 1000 feet

Anonymous
1 month ago

Can’t they just stick a statue on top and get the title?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Offices have much higher ceilings than condos

MiamiArchi
1 month ago

On the SFBJ article they have another (updated?) Rendering of the building.
The Bronze colored mullions are now Gray and the back of the building looks different.
Hope the bronze color mullions stays. Makes it stand out more.

Mmmm
1 month ago

Just saw it. You’re right, the renders in SFBJ looks plain without the bronze highlights. Hopefully those are the older designs and these are the updated ones.

Anonymous
1 month ago

As long as it’s not squared off, please…

Anonymous
1 month ago

The height and floor count have been reduced from previous proposal as well.

Skylineadmirer
1 month ago

Residential buildings have lower floor to ceiling foot ratios than office towers, though Aston Martin is ultra luxury so they are abnormally high units. You can definitely get up to 1000 feet in an office tower with 68 stories, depending on the design. The Southeast Financial Center is only 55 stories but is taller than most residential towers that have more floors.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Must be such a luxurious job when you can blame the Feds when stuff goes wrong in your state yet take full credit (i.e. the governor and state legislators) when stuff goes right in your state. I’ve never seen a more phony bunch of fakers. They have zero long term impact. They think just uttering stuff like the Crypto Mayor did the reason for a 20yr period of success. Whatever.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Demolition at the site “should begin” in the late first quarter”

That’s 2023. Wake me up when construction finally begins.

Zzzzzzzzz… Zzzzzzzzz… Zzzzzzzzz… Zzzzzzzzzz……

Anonymous
1 month ago

This is huge for Miami. It’s about time Mr. Ross came to the party.

Anonymous
1 month ago

He’s been here… and they’ve developed a lot of WPB

Anonymous
1 month ago

There are 68 floors. Each floor has about 30,000 to 50,000 square feet. Why in total it has just 1.5 million square feet of office space? Shouldn’t it be around 2.5 million?

Anonymous
1 month ago

How tall will this tower be, 984 feet?

Anon MIA
1 month ago

so who>}?! renting office space now in 2022?

and that traffic at intersection is worst that NYC

Anon
1 month ago

Brickellites, with a wealth of knowledge and experience, like going into the office and meeting with colleagues. Who doesn’t go to the office? This is why so many HQs are moving here, strong work ethics.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami is full of F500 corp. Latin American sales and marketing offices, so people here need to be in the office. In tech city hubs with lots of programmers, their work can be done remotely.

Nobody actually likes going into the office and meeting with colleagues, particularly if their work can be done without it, unless you’re REALLY lonely. Which you may be.

HQtip
1 month ago

I think about 5 years ago that would be true. There were a plethora of Latin America marketing jobs in a Miami then, which is probably still true and awesome. We should all try to be dual-lingual – it’s an incredible skill. However, there were always big HQs in Miami, like RBI. Now there are a lot more HQs and it is becoming one of the top three. Plenty of executives and ceos leading the nation here. Definitely a top HQcity.

Hijb
1 month ago

Those renderings are hideous

Paul
1 month ago

New Twitter HQ?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Yeah, that’s right Paul. After laying off half their workforce, they’re gonna move cross country to a new Class-A office tower.

RnO
1 month ago

“work”-force

Anonymous
1 month ago

Class A sound great for people who want to work and don’t whine about not being allowed to exclusively go remote.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Downsizing and relocating… happens all the time.

Make Twitter Bright Again
1 month ago

I think the new leadership would bring the company here – would be awesome!