One Brickell City Centre Supertall Approved, Groundbreaking Early 2023

Get ready for Miami’s first-ever supertall office tower.

City commissioners voted unanimously today to approve expanded floor plates needed to build the 1,049-foot One Brickell City Centre, in a second and final reading.

Approval today came just a week after a commissioner demanded more information on a deal to build a new fire station at Brickell City Centre, delaying a vote.

Floorplates in the 80-story building will be the largest ever built in the city.

In a statement released following the vote, a representative for One Brickell City Centre said that construction will begin in early 2023.

Demolition permits will be filed in the coming months, the representative added.

“One Brickell City Centre will be the most dynamic office building in the city,” the statement said.

The commission vote to approve the expanded floor plate size “will enable the world’s leading companies to foster greater collaboration and connectivity among their employees,” according to the developers.

The developers have previously said the project will have 1.6 million square feet of Class A office space.

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross’ Related Companies is partnering with Hong Kong-based Swire Properties to develop the project.

 


 

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Anonymous
7 days ago

Bonus article! and Fuck Carollo!

Youzero
6 days ago

Why ? He got the fire station built. What have you ever done ?

Anonymous
6 days ago

It was already getting built, he’s the one that held up the process in the first place.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Is that you Carollo?

Anonymous
6 days ago

By 2023 two supertalls u/c, One Brickell City Centre, and the Waldorf Astoria!

Anan
6 days ago

Waldorf said it is breaking ground in September. We will see.

Anonymous
7 days ago

Good job on the breaking news extra article TNM

Fuck Joe Carollo
7 days ago

After all this time, One Brickell City Centre will finally be built! This is great news for the city of Miami and Florida as a whole.

Azarius
7 days ago

Brickell has some Major transformative projects coming in the next years. Can’t wait for Miami 2026 Skyline

TNM Surprises
7 days ago

That’s the Year of Miami “2026”. We just have to survive till then 😁

Olga
6 hours ago

Yeah but still 2 roads S Miami ave and Brickell ave that are clogged up as is every single day. Now add all the people coming to work in addition to 830 Office building opening up in few months and we got ourselves standstill traffic. Not smart to keep adding these buildings. We need parks and roads

Melo, a true Giga Chad
7 days ago

5 posts in one day form the The Next Miami??? what is happening right now

TNM Surprises
7 days ago

TNM does that sometimes..

Al Anon
6 days ago

Wow, there’s a chance Okan might not even be one of the top 5 tallest towers under construction in Miami by this time next year:
BCC
Waldorf
Cipriani
Citadel?
One Bayfront?

Anny
3 days ago

I’m scared. Mommy I want to go home.

Anonymous
1 day ago

One bayfront ?! … it’s been 15 years in the making …new renderings most likely to be released in 2024 …. Lol

Brickell Boss
7 days ago

Truly iconic, like how the rendering doesn’t include 830 Brickell across the street. But once these two office towers are open this area will be bustling.

Dean Bush
6 days ago

What about parking?

Anonymous
1 day ago

830 Brickell is not on Brickell Avenue nor in the same corner so why would they have to include it?! Nice building though !

Rocky.
6 days ago

What a way to go into the weekend with a bonus! Let’s get this party started!

Melo is sigma and chad
7 days ago

City Boys Up ! Finally its happening

Adrian Diaz
6 days ago

I really hope that we can get an observation deck on top.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Such a transformational project. Brickell has always been a magnet for capital and talent but with Citadel’s recent move, and now this, this area is really going to another level with great companies and high paying jobs moving there. Thank you Related New York for developing this right after Hudson Yards. Most likely, all ready, have all the tower rented with Tenants from their New York office buildings that want to move here.

iFlyMIA
6 days ago

Great news! Hopefully Swire can convince their airline, Cathay Pacific, to start flights to Miami now!

Anonymous
3 days ago

With the way things are going in Hong Kong, and as it relates to Mainland China, I doubt it. More like Swire is expanding its business elsewhere, should they have to decouple from Chinese holdings.

F the FAA
1 day ago

Can we just get the damn FAA limit bumped to 1250ft??

Anonymous
1 day ago

Heck, first I wanna see it bumped up to just 1100ft.. and there are some people on this site making excuses to why it can’t!

Anonymous
5 days ago

i wish this building had a spire

???
6 days ago

Seems like the Citadel move sparked some of these developers to get off their ass and build!

Anonymous
7 days ago

Will someone please explain in simple English terms what is expanded floorplates????

Anonymous
6 days ago

google it…

Anonymous
6 days ago

It means they plan on making all of the floor sizes larger (more square footage) than they had previously planned.

Anonymous
1 day ago

Fatter building ?

Keko Jones
6 days ago

So what happened to the fire station??? Is it getting built

Adri
5 days ago

Hopefully it’s lit up at night

Pickled Rick
3 days ago

Well good job city commissioners. You did something meaningful for the very first time.

Anonymous
3 days ago

I want to be optimistic, but early 2023, with existing buildings on site that need to be demolished and likely full of asbestos?

Hello
2 days ago

I’m not knocking anyone per say in here, but the volume of superficial comments on aesthetics is “very Miami”. Who doesn’t love beautiful architecture – I get it, BUT you couldn’t pay me to live in Brickell. The density and traffic clogged streets is nightmarish. I don’t even visit a friend there (life rule). And now….add in Supertalls for more congestion. The streets can’t handle. Rather than all of you mindlessly drool over superficial aesthetics (shallow)….. You need to consider smart urban design and planning. Case in point: lack of green space. And for the record…. Waiting for the elevator 15 min on 34th floor is not “luxurious”…….. And that’s not even getting out the garage. I’ll pass.

Anonymous
1 day ago

“you couldn’t pay me to live in Brickell. The density and traffic clogged streets is nightmarish”

I wonder why some people like you think that everyone should be concerned about your nuances?

@miami_peter
1 day ago

What a town. What a town!!!!

asdf
11 hours ago

I love it

NDR
6 days ago

guess this will block the view from Sugar….

anon
6 days ago

NO one cares about sugar’s view.

Anon
6 days ago

Real ppl go to Tea Room anyway

Anonymous
6 days ago

Oh for fuck’s sake

Se me paro'
5 days ago

It actually enhances it

Ron
5 days ago

Another eye sore. That many high risers in a subtropical climate is not only creating yet a bigger traffic jam it is destructive to the entire region.

Anonymous
3 days ago

What does the climate have to do with anything? You’ve never heard of Singapore or Cairo? And the way to deal with traffic jams is not a more sprawling and less tall city, but better public transportation. Give people an alternative to using cars.