Photos: Foundation Work Underway At 1 Southside Park

Contractors are now building the foundation for the 1 Southside Park tower in Brickell, new photos show.

County records show that a permit under the soil improvement category has been active since March for the property. It was issued to foundation contractor Keller.

Earlier this year, developer JDS obtained $43 million in financing to acquire the property and begin construction.

In February, the developer demolished an older apartment building on the site.

1 Southside Park will include:

  • 1,175 residential rental units
  • 190,000 square feet of office space
  • 200-key Treehouse hotel by Barry Sternlicht’s SH Group
  • 10,000 square feet of retail space
  • 1,400 parking spaces
  • A new fire station

The 64-story project will top off at 773 feet above ground, with two interconnected towers.

The adjacent Southside Park is also being rebuilt as part of the project.

Brooklyn’s Shop Architects is designing the tower, with ODP Architecture & Design the Architect of Record. Landscape architecture by James Corner Field Operations.

 

Additional equipment arrived at the site yesterday after the below photographs were taken:


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Michael
1 month ago

Finally a building.with some character

Realtalk Reilly
1 month ago

It really is different looking. I love it.

Somebody in a previous article on this building tried to rip it by saying it’s nothing but a bunch of boring, featureless 12-story buildings stacked on top of each other. Hahahaha! That was one of the more creative ways I’ve seen on this site to throw out some BS criticism.

Yeah, you see that all the time right? Stacking a bunch of boring 12-story buildings on top of each other at different angles is SO played out. If only I had a dollar for every building like that I’ve seen in Miami….

I’D HAVE ZERO FREAKIN’ DOLLARS, until this one gets built.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hopefully this will spur more towers in west Brickell to become taller.

POLO
1 month ago

Very happy to see this great looking tower U/C !

Anonymous
1 month ago

Beautiful! Shall I say it?? Miami winning!

Azarius
1 month ago

this project will be real transformational for this side of Brickell. I can’t wait to see this building going up and the development that comes after it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Great looking design!

Jesus
1 month ago

Extremely happy that this is becoming a reality.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Miami winning!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Looks like when the NY money comes in the architecture takes a step up.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Looks like when the NY money comes in…”
Excellent observation. The people of Miami have been waiting since 1896 for the first New Yorker to transplant here.

Voila!

Anonymous
1 month ago

finally something good for west brickell. now, they need to bury all the lines and cables of 2nd ave. it is horrible, it looks like a favela or los cerros.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Take notes Melo! You can build affordable housing without looking boring or communist.

Anonymous
1 month ago

this building it’s not affordable housing

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s affordable for me.

Anonymous
1 month ago

you must be very rich

Anonymous
1 month ago

“you must be very rich”
No…just old and smart.

Anonymous
1 month ago

#odparchitects

Anonymous
1 month ago

#SHoP design architects

Anonymous
1 month ago

Why cant you post the damn addresses and accurate locations

Anonymous
1 month ago

Needs more parking

Anonymous
1 month ago

The basketball court should be a triple purpose with tennis and pickleball ability to utilize such a small space better.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Heck nah

Anonymous
1 month ago

Soul crushing 1,400 car parking garage a mere block from the metro rail station. planning fail.

Anonymous
1 month ago

They should run the concept stage through this website.

Anonymous
1 month ago

“Soul crushing 1,400 car parking garage a mere block from the metro rail station. planning fail”

Said by a person who won’t be moving into these apartments nor ever live in them.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Get rid of your car and driveway to your home or your parents home, because it contributes to traffic.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Also, get rid of any parking where you work because it contributes to traffic.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Very 1970s architecture.

Realtalk Reilly
1 month ago

What??? You mean like the 1970’s on another planet, not Earth? GTFO with that nonsense.