Photos: Construction Continues At 754-Foot One Southside Park

Construction activity is continuing at the One Southside Park site on the day before Thanksgiving, photos taken today by Phillip Pessar show.

The 62-story project is planned to rise 754 feet above ground, or 766 feet above sea level.

According to a water and sewer utilities deal, One Southside Park will include:

  • 1,195 apartments
  • 165,000 square feet of office
  • 200 hotel rooms
  • 86,151 square feet of spa
  • 23,312 square feet of full service restaurant
  • 1,417 square feet of fast food restaurant
  • 5,120 square feet of banquet hall
  • 13,673 square feet of fitness center
  • 32,000 square feet of fire station

 

(photos: Phillip Pessar)

 


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Antennae
7 days ago

Glad to see this is moving forward. I was afraid it wasn’t going to happen. This is an important project for the development of western Brickell

RenRich
7 days ago

Finally! I was wondering about this awesome project. Unique and memorable. I love this project. Will be an excellent addition to a skyline choked out with unidentifiable boring stucco boxes.

Melo is sigma and Chad
7 days ago

That is alot of space for restaurants and hope more West Brickell projects are this height

Anonymous
7 days ago

Agree, more architectural masterpieces on 2nd Ave, with luxury mid rises west of 2nd up to I95.

Anonymous
7 days ago

This is the good location for more retail, fitness clubs and a gourmet market/cafe. Brickell City Centre is breaking records and there’s already foot traffic here.

Possible businesses:

Eataly, Papyrus, Amazon Grab N Go Store, Express, Nordstrom, Home Goods, Target… a quality nail salon to have a mimosa and relax… stores where they sell dogs/cats…book stores…

Also would be good spot for art museum, theater, or independent cinema (doesn’t have to be on the water b/c it’s all inside).

Anonymous
7 days ago

Bury the lines in 2nd ave. It looks so awful.

Anonymous
7 days ago

FPL would be the one to do that. FLP is too busy spending money on TV commercials telling us how great they are—as if we have a power provider choice anyways.

Anonymous
7 days ago

I actually looked into this. Think I saw you or someone comment about it. The law requires all new buildings to have wiring underground, so those lines are just for the older holdovers.

As the neighborhood transitions and modernizes the wires will go down and new lights and better paved and decorated crosswalks and landscaping will come 👍

bob
7 days ago

This work is what other develops should model themselves after aesthetically. For the most part most Miami high rise are bland, soulless boxes. Architecture defines a city. Right now Miami is not doing very well… Save for 1 Southside Park. Lets build it !

anonymous
7 days ago

architecture is not just high rises miami has lots of nice low and mid rises and also lots of beautiful homes. Miami has better high rises that some people think , they are not on the first row of high rises so they are not that visible

Anonymous
6 days ago

So make the first row something special, why western section of Brickell is so essential. It’s viewable from i95 and entrance to Brickell. It can still be rectified with new developments.

RenRich
6 days ago

Couldn’t agree more!

Anonymous
6 days ago

There’s also still room/time for modern urban planning.

For example, including shaded well lit paseos between blocks of architectural masterpieces, raised retail cantilevers like in BCC, and green parks/squares. Also there’s an entire sliver of land along I-95 which could be utilized for a park and have playgrounds for kids since there are new schools going up there.

They are adding a new grand round about, how about a modern Arch de Triumph – every major city in the US has one, and it attracts pedestrians, and would connect Brickell to the upscale Roads neighborhood, where restaurants and retail are still accessible by foot.

Anonymous
2 days ago

I agree about most high-rises being bland, but frankly this one is too much. How about some more curves, spires, and classicism done right?

Anonymous
7 days ago

There is still plenty of vacant land in that area.

Anonymous
7 days ago

This will be an iconic landmark for Miami 🤩 they call it the gateway to Brickell and will definitely activate the western segment of Brickell.

Big Spa
7 days ago

86,151 square feet of spa 😍 Anybody know more details about this?

Mizzykane
6 days ago

Great design and great location! The building will add needed depth to the skyline.

Anonymous
2 days ago

The park isn’t going to age well. I mean, it looks like something on the side of a Related building’s parking garage. All though colors will chip and fade. Maybe more attention should have been spent for more shade trees and amenities other than one basketball court that isn’t even multi-purpose for tennis and pickleball.

Anonymous
4 days ago

If that view down 2nd Ave. is what GTA VI will look like that would be cool

Anonymous
6 days ago

Flood the market with units it’s what’s needed at the moment…who knows what the market will look like when complete in 4 yrs and that’s the risk/reward in this game always.