Photo: Nameplates Installed At Brickell’s Tallest Office Tower, Opening Soon

830 Brickell is nearing completion as Brickell’s tallest ever office tower, with nameplates now installed at the front entrance.

The 55-story tower stands at 724 feet.

The building was nearly 100% leased long before completion. Pricing per square foot reached record-breaking levels for Miami.

Tenants will include Microsoft, Citadel, Kirkland & Ellis, Sidley Austin, Winston & Strawn LLP and Baker McKenzie, A-CAP, Thoma Bravo, CI Financial, Marsh Insurance, AerCap and others.

 

 

 

 

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Azarius
12 days ago

Can’t wait for them to move in so we can really see the impact of this development

Anon
12 days ago

We desperately need more fast casual lunch options in brickell.

Anonymous
12 days ago

There’s so many. Why do you mean? We need gourmet grocery stores like Whole Foods, Fresh Market and Trader Joe’s

Anon
12 days ago

There will be a few more thousand daytime employees coming from this building alone. People will be waiting 30 minutes in line at Chipotle, and every delivery order will be WAY later than the projected delivery timeline. There aren’t enough fast-casual options to handle the incoming volume.

Azarius
12 days ago

With BCC right next door I dont think this will be a issue becuase there are food options everywhere!

Lunch Boi
12 days ago

Food is mediocre and overpriced. All they have in that area is Chipotle, DCG Gyro, Sandwicherie, and some other random places

Anonymous
11 days ago

Brickell also has Sprouts, two Pure Vidas, Bolay, Crema, Poke House, Cayo Taco, and Case Nane, a new bistro & bakery opening on 2nd Avenue, which will be like Park Avenue.

Anonymous
11 days ago

Pura Vida is fad food rubbish. Poke House? Please…

Anonymous
10 days ago

Love Pire Vida and poke. Also you have to try Thyme machine, better than any food truck I’ve had in NYC and best casual authentic Lebanese food when they’re not sold out with rare imports. Try the rose water juice!

s.k
11 days ago

It seems La Sandwicherie is gone. I pass by all the time, the sign is down and the interior looks like a different restaurant.

Anonymous
11 days ago

Well that’s why you preorder for pickup from Chipotle. Otherwise it’s inevitable you’re going to get stuck behind “that” customer who has to be told every ingredient, and wants multiple tortillas warmed and wrapped to go with their bowl. Same with Publix subs.

Anonn
11 days ago

Preorder from Chipotle = half the amount of food

Foody
12 days ago

Food options are better in other neighborhoods, like South Beach

Anonymous
12 days ago

South beach has subpar food annd anll spread far a part and connectivity. It’s good for vacationers.

Casey
12 days ago

Would you eat high quality hot dogs from an outside vendor?

Anonymous
12 days ago

Dream office! This is the best place to work and live.

Monitor
12 days ago

There was a shhooting in Brickell on Saturday morning. The executives that will work in this office tower won’t live in Brickell, it’s not smart

Anonymous
12 days ago

That sounds very unusual for this since it’s the safest neighborhood in Miami. There was a shooting in SoBe over the weekend, and do you follow the regular ones in NYC on the news? This is best area for executives.

susy
12 days ago

this incident happened on the only getto area of Brickell, near Panorama Tower, the 4 ambassadors and the hotel next door plus the theater for low class people in that area.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Nothing screams the “pedestrian-friendly experience” like seven steps and a few planters.

jojo
12 days ago

just trying to keep out of them flood waters for a little while

Anon
12 days ago

Er…those are required by code. You have to be a certain height above Base Flood – keyboard warriors at it again!

Anonymous
11 days ago

Then add some upscale restaurant space to utilize the terrace or something. You know, requirements of Miami21.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Great, now bring back World Trade Center of the Americas, and expedite One Brickell City Centre and the Citadel tower.

Build Miami
12 days ago

And One Bayfront Plaza!

Matilda
12 days ago

Most beautiful building facing east ; ugliest building facing west.

Vincent
12 days ago

5 years later. What took so long?

Anon
12 days ago

You’re obviously unfamiliar with typical construction timelines.

Jordan
12 days ago

That, and a lot of the mechanical that’s loaded in the middle of the building was significantly delayed when the supply chain was frozen.

Cover the Podiums
12 days ago

Is this the nicest office building in Miami?

Anon
12 days ago

Probably. Theres not that many so…..

Anonymous
12 days ago

Yes by far, until One World Center goes up

Tweety
12 days ago

Are they leaving the bare cinder block/concrete spine on the West side (SLS LUX view) as is?

s.k
11 days ago

It’s funny, but no one seems to know that answer. I hope they cover that, otherwise, it will look forever unfinished, not to mention that this ugly side can be seen from almost every angle West of this building.

Truth
11 days ago

Why would they spend money for there neighbor to look at a wall. Would you spend another 10 million to make a wall nice for your neighbors that sued you for years to try and stop you from building your building.

Anon
11 days ago

Hopefully building code or the city via design approval would never allow 700 feet of unfinished concrete to be on the skyline. Assuming it’s still to be done.

glue kid
12 days ago

a shame the avenues school pulled out of Miami proposal; they would’ve opened the flood gates for corporate migration . that will limit Miami growth potential. All these high net worth individuals want private schools for their kids.

Alex
11 days ago

Tallest this, record-breaking that. Meanwhile, the entrance has the messiest sidewalk, dinky concrete stairs, banged up metal siding, and plywood on the roof. No to mention the giant parking podium. Not impressed by the quality.