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.