Photos: Wall Of Glass At Project Set To Become Brickell’s Tallest Office Tower

Contractors have been busy installing the silver glass façade at the under-construction 830 Brickell office tower, new photos by Ryan RC Rea show.

830 Brickell is set to top off at 725 feet, which would make it the tallest office tower in Brickell and second tallest in all of Miami.

The 55-story tower is being designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture.

(photos: Ryan RC Rea)

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Anonymous
2 months ago

this is what helps define and make a city vibrant….it cant always be condos…….

Conno Sir
2 months ago

Yes but one office tower isn’t enough

Anonymous
2 months ago

Yes more office buildings like this are needed in the Downtown sector.

Conno Sir
2 months ago

Stunning tower but it should have been 200 ft taller

Mrrrr
2 months ago

Glassy and classy.

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

this has been happening over the past months, it isn’t new.

Anonymous
2 months ago

The subtle curves make all the difference.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Hindsight is 20/20 but I wish they had gone taller on this one.

Anonymous
2 months ago

The new anchor of Brickell

Anonymous
2 months ago

Brickell City Center area is and will continue to be the center and anchor of Brickell. Many more buildings are coming also in the near future to make even better

Anonymous
2 months ago

Brickell City Center area will be the center and anchor of all greater downtown Miami

Jetsons
2 months ago

Glass looking beautiful!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Comin’ in hot

Anonymous
2 months ago

So excited for this one.

Anonymous
2 months ago

sweetgreen just signed a lease here so exciting!

Anonymous
2 months ago

You don’t need a cheap and tacky mural to cover a parking pedestal and this tower proves it.

Original
2 months ago

Hmmm.. how do you feel about the towers you see that were built in the late 80’s and all throughout the 90’s with cocaine money?

Anonymous
2 months ago

I’d like to see him define “clean” money.

Anonymous
2 months ago

The PC crowd now jumps on every new thing and gets their panties in a wad.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Any idea / guess what month this building will be complete and available for occupancy ??

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

It’s already fully leased, but my guess is early 2023

Anonymous
2 months ago

Not even close to fully leased.

Anonymous
2 months ago

People keep saying that Miami needs more office towers, but if developers are launching lots of residential buildings, that demand for office buildings might not be that strong.

Original
2 months ago

Or, more offices are being built than some people realize.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Office workers will help to energize the city, spending money in downtown restaurants, and shopping in general, not to mention a better educated population, etc. If potential companies wanting to move here can’t find class A office space, guess what, they will locate in other cities. Additionally, local schools and universities need to adapt to a more technological curriculum thus providing qualified local talent.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Local schools and Universities began adapting to more “technological curriculum” about 10 years ago. THIS is why these companies are NOW committed to moving here.

Conno Sir
2 months ago

Yes, in Doral

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

that’s why Miami has one of the most decentralized office space in the nation.

Anonymous
2 months ago

What a gorgeous site that is.

No roads, no rail, no future
2 months ago

How many miles of new heavy rail, light rail, mono rail, no rail, new highway, expressway, tollway, or no way have been built in the Tri-county area in the last 6 years?

0.

South Florida: The embarrassment of the Milky way and suburbs.

Brickellite
2 months ago

So, they got rid of 7/11, pepetitos, shake shack and planted all those trees and created a park!