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Redeveloped One Bayfront Plaza Will Have 95 Stories But Similar Office Square Footage

Tibor Hollo’s planned redevelopment of One Bayfront Plaza won’t dramatically alter the amount of available office space compared to the current building on the property, according to a schematic posted on the website of ODP Architects.

Plans for the new 95-story building show 396,000 net square feet, and 533,000 gross square feet of office space over 17 floors. The existing 19-story building on the property slated for demolition has 529,988 gross square feet of mostly office, with some retail space.

Office space in the new building will be columnless and Class A.

It doesn’t appear that there will be an observation deck, with the rooftop reserved for mechanical use.

The project break down:

  • Residential – 58, floors, 902 luxury apartments
  • Office – 17 floors, 533,000 gross square feet
  • Hotel – 11 floors,  200 luxury convention hotel rooms
  • Retail – two levels with 103,959 gross square feet
  • Parking – 1,500 spaces in ten levels above ground, 448 spaces in basement

 

From the ODP website:

One Bayfront Plaza is a mixed-use development of contemporary modern design, encompassing a total of over three million sq ft; the tower is comprised of 532,000 sq ft of “Class A” office, 103,959 sq ft of retail on the first two floors, 1,055 parking spaces, a 200 luxury convention hotel rooms, 902 high-end residences, three pool decks and a green roof connected to the retail. The office design will be similar to New York buildings — columnless with open floor plans.

The plans for One Bayfront Plaza include a pedestrian bridge from the Bayfront Park Metro Mover Station to the second floor of the building’s retail.

The tower will be Miami’s signature project and the tallest building in the skyline, with 95 stories reaching a height of 1,049 feet above Biscayne Bay, with 360-degree, panoramic views truly beyond compare.

One Bayfront Plaza is designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates. ODP has been appointed Architect of Record.

 

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Marc305
Marc305

Great project but in reality it will probably take some time to be build. If completed by 2022 Tibor Hollo will be 95 just like the number of floors his new building will have, here is hoping he makes it.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I wish a developer would have the courage to build a new 100% office tower in Miami. We really don’t need more Hotels and luxury condos, but an office infrastructure for attracting companies to move here. With the current stock of older office buildings and no new development it will be difficult for companies to even consider to relocate here.

Anonymous
Anonymous

If this won’t have an observation deck, besides Skyrise, will we have another observation deck above 1,000 feet? Will One Brickell City Centre have an observation deck?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Gee I hope that uglyass Skyrise crap gets cancelled for good.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Sigh. 1500 parking spaces in a huge parking pedestal. Miami will never learn.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Um, Miami’s bedrock is very porous, so it is very expensive to put parking underground because of the enormous cost to waterproof a subterranean parking lot.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Office buildings in Manhattan do not have 1000+ parking spaces.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Thr market demands parking so there will be parking. Why is that hard to understand?

Developers aren’t in the business of pleasing a select few urbanists. They are in the business of making money.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Most buildings in Chicago have some sort of vertical parking, but because it’s not New York—the ugliest and dirtiest city in the world—TNM commenters don’t mention it

Marc305
Marc305

That maybe so but Manhattan has a huge infrastructure composed of the Subway system, buses and taxis. You are comparing apples and oranges.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Chicago has an entire infrastructure of trains and buses as well, pretty much every major city does–if anything Chicago is geographically more representative of what Miami should look like given they’re both pretty much the same shape. I’m not saying we shouldn’t have metro but even if the plans they have to expand where put in place by tmrw the need for cars would still exist.

Anon
Anon

Why build a pedestrian bridge to the Metromover station if there is so much parking? They are obviously expecting people to drive, not walk to take Metromover.

Yet Another Anonymous
Yet Another Anonymous

Yeah what happened? The last report was that it would only have 1000 spaces and the quoted article says 1000 only. I thought they were serious when they said this was the building for the future not the past. Bigger than Panorama tower with half the parking spaces is what I thought.

marc
marc

Weird. It says 1055 spaces above ground and 448 below on the website making it about 1503 total.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I live in Orange County, happy to just hear my old home town is considering the development of anything! OC is lacks the high rise market, so disappointing.

Anonymous
Anonymous

another hideous monstrosity brought to you y tibor hollo. 1,500 parking spaces, his buildings are absolutely awful and nothing like a 10 story pedestal to contribute to the pedestrian element. Tibor, you talk about your legacy, if you mean building the biggest and most ugly buildings in maimi, you are doing it.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Typical, another complaining couch potato. People like you present nothing for examples of what you are designing to enhance a more pleasing “to the eye” structure for Miami’s skyline. Just more wah wah waahhhh!!!!……….

aceraroja
aceraroja

Ugly, boring.

Anonymous
Anonymous

What a useless and boring comment.

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