Photos: Construction Continues At 725-Foot 830 Brickell Office Tower

The 830 Brickell office tower continues its rapid ascent, new photos show by Phillip Pessar show.

The building is planned to reach a height of 55 stories and 725 feet, which would make it the tallest office tower in Brickell and second tallest in all of Miami.

Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture is designing the tower.

 

(photos: Phillip Pessar)

 

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Ochocinco
1 month ago

So gorgeous

Azure
1 month ago

The glass here is amazing! Quality project.

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

We need five more large scale offices in the urban core like this.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I would’ve agreed with you pre Covid but I’m a WFH convert.

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

Companies still want the capacity and many still go in at least once or twice a week. If you’re new you should be going in at least twice a week.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You’re also first on the chopping block when the economy crashes within the next year or so.

Ignoranymous
1 month ago

Not everyone needs an office. I work out of my mom’s spare bedroom selling feminine hygiene products online.

Original-ignoranymous
1 month ago

I bet you not sell them, you also use them quit a lot!

Original-ignoranymous
1 month ago

correction; I bet you not only sell them, you also use them quite a lot!

Original-ignoranymous
1 month ago

^^correction…. I do in fact dooosh. I an ignoranymous, the loser troll.

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

TMI

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

Build it and They will come

Pickles
1 month ago

Now that is quality glass. More of it in the CBD please. Enough with the residential buildings we need more office towers.

Antennae
1 month ago

More residential is fine.
Plenty of empty lots right in the CBD for more office space

Pickles
1 month ago

With a growing tech sector in Miami and I cannot imagine there not being a growing demand for class A office space in Downtown Miami. Space is running out in the CBD because they have already built so many high/mid rise residential towers. Land is precious commodity in the CBD but the city just treats it like hey lets give this part of the city to luxury high rise developers and forget about office space.

Anonymous
1 month ago

There are a lot of low rise non historic buildings in the CBD that can be knocked down and redevelopment

Anonymous
1 month ago

It would be great if, in addition to this tower, the works of the fantastic One Brickell City Center also began. Two triple AAA towers, bringing together the best in office space.

Original
1 month ago

That would be but first, One Brickell City Center is in need of a serious redesign.

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

Honestly, all the new towers try to be “Iconic” that a box with a hole would kinda be refreshing (and it is very space-efficient)

Bonita
1 month ago

That mid level structural architecture is nice

Anon
1 month ago

…? That’s for mechanical equipment and not gonna be visible…

Not Anonymous
1 month ago

So what?

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s not an architectural feature…

Archiami
1 month ago

It’s called Chevron Bracing.

You can thank me later.

Anons
1 month ago

Thanks I was actually wondering what this was called

ShortGamma
1 month ago

Probably late to the discussion but I haven’t seen much about how angry east facing sls owners are? You walk out on your balcony looking into some conference room

Anonymous
1 month ago

They’ve had multiple concrete pump explosions here, just look at all the concrete covered glass at Brickell Heights East, Equinox, SLS Lux, etc. Can’t imagine the damage that may have caused to the amenities at SLS Lux

Melo is beta and soft
1 month ago

This is proper, high quality office space. Unfortunately, It’s going to attract a lot of NYC financial firms whose bankers and analysts don’t want to go back. My guess is that a lot of firms are going to relocate to please their employees.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wouldn’t that be a good thing?