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:
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.