Revealed: One Brickell City Centre Supertower Redesigned, Construction In 2023

Related Companies and Swire Properties have unveiled plans for their joint development of the One Brickell City Centre supertall.

One Brickell City Centre will be an “approximately 1,000 foot supertower” that will become the tallest commercial tower in Florida, according to a statement by the developers.

The new tower will be nearly all office space. Tenants will have access to the existing 500,000 square feet of shopping, culinary and entertainment offerings at Brickell City Centre, the release said.

“One Brickell City Centre solidifies Swire Properties Inc. and Related Companies’ belief in the future of the Miami real estate market,” said Kieran Bowers, president of Swire Properties Inc.

There will be a total of 1.6 million square feet of office space in the new tower, with the largest floorplates in Miami for a Class A office building.

“This is a groundbreaking partnership between Related Companies and Swire that will result in a truly world-class commercial office building in the heart of Miami,” said Stephen M. Ross Chairman and Founder Related Companies.

Each floor will have outdoor terraces and column free interiors. There will also be numerous indoor/outdoor spaces for meetings and gatherings.

Arquitectonica is the architect.

Construction will begin in 2023.

 

 

 

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Miami Guy
14 days ago

Wow! Truly a world-class development. Brickell is growing into one of the best neighborhoods in the world.

Truth Matters
14 days ago

It needs to keep moving west into E L Havana and beyond. Love to see it connected to 8th Ave.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Start with redeveloping what needs to be redeveloped east of I-95. The area of East Little Havana/Conch Hill west of West Brickell should see redevelopment, but hopefully more responsibly, meaning preserving historic buildings and redeveloping crap for mid-rise/lower high-rises with human scale elements and nice architecture (i.e., not boxs and parking pedestals).

Anonymous
13 days ago

Agree truth matters.
It’s not called conch hill, its Riverside! Fools like you prevented the upzoning in East Little Havana in 2017, now look at the mess we have with lack of supply in Miami. We need boxes right now for housing in the urban corridor. Architectural hurdles costs lots of money and restricts the working class and affordable housing. This human scale nonsense is just foolish progressive anti growth BS used as a bargaining chip for strip property owners from having control of their own land. A 3 story building is not so different from a 5 or 6 story building. Stop holding back the entire city!

Anonymous
13 days ago

Start redeveloping what you think is important, put your money where your mouth is. stop being an obstructionist. Its called Riverside, not Conch Hill.

Anonymous
13 days ago

the upzoning in 2017 got killed and now there is a scarcity of housing in Miami… so you’re slow responsible development cost thousands of people the opportunity to live in this city and jacked up housing prices and costs. Bravo, you saved an idea of a neighborhood at the cost of the actual people.

Anonymous
13 days ago

so you’re slow responsible development cost thousands of people the opportunity to live in this city and jacked up housing prices and costs. Bravo, you saved an idea of a neighborhood at the cost of the actual people.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Upzone more

Looping poop
12 days ago

Ha ha yeah right. Not with Brickell center being the main attraction

Ayo
14 days ago

I love the Highline-esque walkway connecting to BCC. Freaking awesome. Brickell is just next level.

Future Miami
14 days ago

Something you’d see in Manhattan. Well done!

Anonymous
14 days ago

more gentrification, miami’s identity is in crisis as the latin vibe gets replaced with a basic white people vibe.

Anonymous
14 days ago

Ain’t it cool?!

Anonymous
14 days ago

Have you ever been to Brickell? It’s full of people with Latin American backgrounds. We aren’t all poor and working class like your college professor told you.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Brickell used to be full of mostly wealthy Latinos. But the fact is more and more non Hispanic white northerns and people from the west coast are moving into downtown and Brickell and you can definitely see and feel the demographic change. Miamis identity is going to be challenged. All this coming from a Latino born, raised and still lives in Miami

MiamiArchi
13 days ago

I disagree. (I’m also a born and raised Hispanic Miamian)
I’ve lived in Brickell for over 9 years now too.
I will agree that Wealthy Latinos are less of a majority than before, but I actually think it’s a good thing.
Several years ago, many of them lived here during the good weather months and then would go back home the other half of the year.
Now it feels like everyone here lives in Miami full time.
And while you have the occasional northerner that just wants to make Miami the “new” New York and complain about how many people speak Spanish.
I have found that most people I have encountered who have moved here have done so because of the Miami “vibe”.
They like the food, and culture. Learning/trying to dance Salsa trying to learn Spanish if they didn’t already. etc
I like that I meet Latinos from different countries, but I love that I’ve met people from all over America, and Europe too. Even met some from Asians and a really nice couple from South Africa and Australia during my time in Brickell.

A true city attracts people from all over the world and brings them together. I don’t think Miami’s identity is going to change anytime soon. We will have the same vibe because you move here for that vibe.
It’s just that the people enjoying that vibe might not be as exclusively Latino as it used to be.

Anonymous
13 days ago

You’re spot on…as a white guy I like the Latin vibe but hate being treated with disrespect because I don’t speak Spanish.

Truth Matters
13 days ago

Learn Spanish
Not just to enjoy MIA but for enhanced culture, travel, better sex talk….

Anonymous
11 days ago

What enhanced culture are you referring to? Speaking English has never stopped me from enjoying a date with a Latina.

I love this !!! You are on point !!
13 days ago

She’s right

Anon
13 days ago

The county is 67% hispanic and 12% white non hispanic. More diversity is a good thing.

Anonymous
13 days ago

they hate hearing that more white people could increase diversity

Anonymous
13 days ago

upzoning is ok, stop demonizing it

Anonymous
13 days ago

I’d love more white people in miami but preferably Europeans. White Americans lack culture.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Downvoted by white Americans with no culture 🤣🤣

Anonymous
12 days ago

^
Hmmm.. then I wonder why a latino is president of the “Proud Boys” chapter in Miami?

Melo’s pájaro nalgon
13 days ago

I think what he meant to say is that higher property values, means more displacement of Latinos in areas such as little Havana. Miami is gonna end up as NYC.

Anonymous
13 days ago

what the matter with that? Little Havana is 90% Latino, it would create more diversity. But if you been to Little Havana recently you know white people from NYC and CA aren’t targeting that area. They’ll move to Wynwood once Brickell and Downtown become too expensive.

Melo, the true giga chad
13 days ago

I don’t think you know how real estate works. The increase in property values affected little havana too, even if they are not purchasing there. Homes are reaching $1million and the average folks can’t keep up with the rising of property tax of around $15k every single year. its a slow process, but at this rate, the latin vibe will be completely wiped out in the coming years.

Anonymous
13 days ago

They can always go back to the countries they fled from.

Anonymous
12 days ago

What average folks own a single family home in East Little Havana? It’s all multifamily already. Homestead laws prevent what youre saying from happening to Single Family Homes. If areas get too expensive, white people from all the corners of the country dont come moving in to displace the neighborhood… the area crashes because the local income can’t support the rent rates… There isn’t nearly enough migration to LH and then the rent rates go down, and adjust, and people move back in because its more affordable… Commercial real estate is caveat emptor, not the same as buying a single family home, it is risky and people are not guaranteed success. Also just check the stats on LH on point2homes… you’ll see how off base you are. Little Havana has been around 70% white collar jobs for over twenty five years. The population of the neighborhood is changing because young professionals are moving in, the vast majority Latino. LOOK FOR YOURSELF, you will see there is a major generational divide, where people under 25 make more than all the other age groups in LH. The number of people walking has grown by 38.3% in a year. There are such good changes happening there, and the vibe remains – and even if it didnt so what, it used to be a Bahamian neighborhood, then Judaic, then Latino, it can change again to something else. There is a new generation of Latinos (some American born) that make significantly more than the last generation of Latinos in LH.

Anon
13 days ago

Hate to inform you that Miami was not only founded by white people but was largely white, including white governance, until the cuban migration in the 1950’s / 60’s.

Miami is a melting pot and will continue to have evolving demographics. There’s nothing wrong with Americans moving to another city in America.

Everyone should be welcome. Enough with the “Miami belongs to Latino’s”. It doesn’t.

Elpit Onaso
13 days ago

You guys have 90% of the US to invade. We only have south florida. Go to Charlotte, Denver, Charleston, but not here. GTFOH.

Anonymous
13 days ago

^
An Hispanic person who’s probably from deep in South America and can only trace his family tree in United States back probably one generation if hes lucky is telling born and raised white anglos who can trace their family tree in this country at least back seven generations to stay out of south Florida and where they should go to instead?

Geezzus what is this country coming to?

Sammy
12 days ago

It feels weird getting discriminated doesn’t it? A lot Latinos get discriminated everywhere they go in the US, so it’s understandable they’re not very tolerate of white people.

Anonymous
12 days ago

^
“It feels weird getting discriminated doesn’t it? A lot Latinos get discriminated everywhere they go in the US”

Well if you feel that way, go back to the Latin country you fled from and change what you guys don’t like about it, geeezzzz!…

Sammy
11 days ago

Just like the way your family fled back in the day from Europe?

Anonymous
11 days ago

^
I guess you think the Spanish language is mainly spoken in North Korea?

Anon
13 days ago

You only have South Florida? Er, what is keeping you from moving literally anywhere else?

Anon
13 days ago

Also, Americans moving to another place in America is the literal opposite of an “invasion”. We call this “domestic immigration”.

Anonymous
12 days ago

^
Or domestic “migration,” which has been going on in this country since before most of these clowns great, great grand daddy was born.

Anonymous
6 days ago

Miami was part of the other 90% before “you guys” invaded it from another country.

Anonymous
13 days ago

Latinos made miami what it is today. With out us it’d still be a sleepy white town

Anon
13 days ago

Miami was absolutely booming in the 1920’s. The downtown is all but completely shuttered nowadays. Brickell is mostly Chinese investment. Don’t think you have any idea of what you are talking about.

Anonymous
13 days ago

I believe Anon is right. Plus, how can Latinos change “a sleepy white town” but they can’t do the same to where they came from?

Anonymous
12 days ago

Jorge Perez started the condo boom in miami and Miami Beach. Not the Chinese pero un latino

Anon
12 days ago

He contributed to it. There’s been several growth cycles over the decades involving a great many other developers. Obviously.

Anonymous
12 days ago

Disagree. Cüban culture ruined Miami for too long. It’s finally starting to become a great city now.

Florida
11 days ago

Miami absolutely belongs to Latinos. They could move to Iowa

Choo Choo
13 days ago

It’s an office building?

Anonymous
13 days ago

Clueless…

Anonymous
13 days ago

No mames, dude. This is miami. You think Latinos don’t work office jobs?

Florida
11 days ago

No mames? Move to California please

DVF
13 days ago

Sorry to tell you compromise your liberal bias but we Latinos are wealthy and well educated. We can afford an apartment in brickell. Miami workforce is made up of Latinos from the bottom up

Anonymous
13 days ago

^
Yeah.. and thank the white anglos for giving you the opportunity to become wealthy and well educated in the United States of America.

Anonymous
13 days ago

It’s funny, you’d be all for diversity for a predominantly non-wite Hispanic place, but when somewhere with a minority-majority population ironically becomes more diverse, it’s gentrification.

Anonymous
13 days ago

It happens in rich minority cities like Miami and poor ones like Opa Locka… no one is immune from corruption and being power drunk

Anonymous
12 days ago

That’s why Cubans believe and say they’re on top when it comes to Latinos.

Anon
14 days ago

Thank you Stephen Ross. This is the real Related. Take notes Jorge Perez

Anonymous
14 days ago

jorge perez > stephen ross (non-native gentrifier)

Ciparoo
13 days ago

Get a grip on reality dude

lol the guy im replying is clueless
13 days ago

you have no idea what you’re talking about

Anonymous
13 days ago

Right, so a dude from Argentina running an offshoot of the real Related known for building overpriced condos with questionable quality isn’t the non-native gentrifier? How is Brickell even undergoing gentrification? It’s way beyond it.

Anonymous
13 days ago

it was never a poor neighborhood, gentrification?

anonymous
12 days ago

You do realize that Jorge Perez founded related with Stephen Ross in 1979 they both were in affordable housing for years before there was ever a market for luxury condominiums. You guys talk so much crap about Related Miami wouldn’t be what it is today without them. You guys are a bunch of clowns who probably aren’t even from Florida let alone Miami!

Jesus
14 days ago

Miami is about to soar! Literally!

Rocky.
14 days ago

I wonder if this tower will have any night illumination… That would be pretty cool honestly!

Anonymous
14 days ago

Stunning tower, great job Arquitectonica!

Anonymous
14 days ago

Much better than the original design

Anonymous
13 days ago

You mean “wayyyy” better than the original design.

MiamiArchi
14 days ago

I actually really like it.
Is the building all office space? The renderings suggest it is.
Hopefully the first rendering is the true design.
The Street rendering shows a very different design.
Horizontal floor plates protruding out and no vertical Mullions in that bronze-ish color.

We will see.

Future Miami
14 days ago

Great point. Didn’t notice the difference from the street rendering

Anon
14 days ago

thats the back side of the building – look closely.

Anonymous
14 days ago

Move over MWC!!! Kidding, but glad Miami is getting these beautiful designs! Now we need a spire in Brickell

Anonymous
14 days ago

what a link to our skyline….i often wonder what it all would have looked like if Genting had built that project on the herald site…..the miami skyline would have been one of the most photographed in the world….i hope something as unique still gets built there in the near future

Anonymous
13 days ago

The should have just let Genting build their coral relief inspired destination Resort world casino on that area. We could have it all.

Truth Matters
13 days ago

And Skyrise

Anonymous
13 days ago

^
Haha.. another person with wacky taste.

Carlosmbch
13 days ago

Miami needs a spire to make it one of the most beautiful skylines in the world … boxy super talls won’t do it alone …

Truth Matters
13 days ago

A few crowns. It doesn’t have to be just spires. Something more than a square box or a closet to hide the AC hardware

Anonymous
13 days ago

Well, why don’t you two guys get together and build some?

Anonymous
13 days ago

There probably major engineering hurdles to have a spire in miami. Remember hurricanes…

Anonymous
12 days ago

^
wtf?

Robin Stan
14 days ago

LOve the shadow being cast across the neighboring office building also owned by Swire. Least least honest rendering.

Melo is sigma and Chad
14 days ago

Glad its nearly all office, another gigachad tower going up

Ace
13 days ago

This is perhaps the biggest news of the year

hispanic don shula
14 days ago

huge improvement

Miamikid305
14 days ago

You know all these 1000+ feet towers there keep showing and talking about, why are there none being built, that it it’s all talk. You notice when they mention these supertalls they always say construction start next year are in two years. Build them already.

Anonymous
13 days ago

I wonder why this clown wants to comment when he can’t write a coherent sentence?

Johnny Miami.
13 days ago

Gorgeous building love the outside seating. Very attractive building.

Anonymous
13 days ago

CTS Part 2! Lol

Connor
14 days ago

Thats hot

Anonymous
14 days ago

Way to get you swag back Arq!

Anonymous
14 days ago

👏👏👏🤌

Melo, the true giga chad
13 days ago

The firm relocations from NYC to Miami, appear to be permanent. Not sure how I feel about this.

Hahah
12 days ago

Wow Hong Kong in miami

Anonymous
13 days ago

Downtown Miami Winning.

Archiami
13 days ago

that promenade!!

Anonymous
12 days ago

I’m surprised no one posted this but … is this the spot of the new Eataly just announced today?!?! Just kidding, it’ll more likely be at Miami World Center, Wynwood, or Miami Beach given the failure of La Centrale and Luna Park at Brickell City Centre and the success of Casa Tua Cucina. I doubt Swire would want to cannibalize sales between the two even though BCC seems like a natural fit given the already existing buildout from the previous food halls.

Smart Money
12 days ago

AKA “The Vulva Building.” Arquitectonica never met a building that didn’t want to put a hole in the middle.

Paranoid Android
8 days ago

WHAT A BEAUTY… MORE LIKE IT PLEASE!!!

Antennae
14 days ago

They are missing out on this cycle. We basically won’t know what will happen to this country after these 4 years of dyslexic policies

Anon
14 days ago

The US as a whole will suffer but markets in FL, TX and NC will still boom. Net migration & HQ relocations will drive growth. The show will go on. TX and FL will be well positioned to absorb even more HQ relocations given the income tax break here. Miami is now a real city. Of course we will get cycles but never again will we have the drawdown to the extent of the 08 financial crisis. Much less leverage in the resi system now. People came here purchasing in all cash. The reality is that the OG Miamis with variable rate mortgages will get crushed but that supply will continue to be absorbed by incoming migrants. Wealth migration > population migration. Florida is in the lead by a mile.

Anonymous
13 days ago

As long as money printer go brrrrr doesn’t destroy the construction industry.

Anonymous
13 days ago

You mean like how the orange man destroyed casinos in Atlantic City?

Anonymous
13 days ago

As usual, these Redumbs can’t muster a response .