Royal Caribbean’s Giant New Miami Global Headquarters Now Several Floors Out Of Ground

Cruise company Royal Caribbean is building a Miami headquarters campus for 4,200 employees, and construction of the building’s shell has now reached level three.

The company is spending $300 million on the high-tech HQ, in a bid to lure top-tier employees from around the world to Miami.

Some of the amenities will include a soccer field, volleyball court, basketball court, fitness center, and electric car chargers

The new 10-story building will have 350,000 square-foot of space, which will be combined with RCL’s existing buildings, due to be gutted and renovated.

Completion of the new building is scheduled for 2020, the company said in a press release last year.

 

The HQ site as seen from a downtown Miami high rise:

(photo: ryan rc rea)

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MiamiArchi
1 year ago

Yeah No way that’s done by this year. The 3rd floor of construction is only for the garage building. Doesn’t even look like they’ve started the vertical construction of the main office building yet.

Anonymous
1 year ago

THANK YOU! TNM has been smoking some strong stuff in the last few weeks

Anonymous
1 year ago

People working on building this thing have jobs, so who cares?

Anonymous
1 year ago

More importantly, they have jobs with VIEWS.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Don’t they always?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Homeboy, 1/3 of Level 2 has been poured already. Both buildings are going up simultaneously. The Garage is currently one level ahead of the office building.

Anonymous
1 year ago

The massive parking garage is very large and very visible from the Venetian causeway.

Anonymous
1 year ago

So you don’t like parking garages… okay, noted, satisfied now?

Anonymous
1 year ago

that garage is being built by the port, not Royal

Anonymous
1 year ago

that one has nothing to do with Royal Caribbean. That is for the Port of Miami.

Laz
1 year ago

Employees need to park at work

Anonymous
1 year ago

Meanwhile, NCL plans to attract talent by promising new employees excellent views of the Palgetto expressw… I mean parking lot. Carnival is promising breathtaking views of the strip malls and zero lot homes near the world famous Doral Blvd.

Though nobody is promising shore power.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Office views are nice, but employees go wherever they can make the most money. They don’t worry about views.

Anonymous
1 year ago

right? who cares about a view at work when you are basically looking at the clock

Anonymous
1 year ago

For tech, its a lot about the company culture, so this will help a lot in attracting that

Anonymous
1 year ago

LOL, because Silicon Valley is doing a great job with company culture, providing employees coloring books, therapy dogs, and crying rooms.

Anonymous
1 year ago

How the F can someone downvote this? Nobody with a sane mind chooses office views over pay. Unless that one flake that does is on this thread and gave the downvote.

Anonymous
1 year ago

YES! Corporate companies, take note.

Shawn Kouri
1 year ago

There is no way that this will be completed by the end of the year. I think it’ll be completed by 2021 or 2022.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Office buildings are quicker to build

Shawn Kouri
1 year ago

Ohhhhhhh

Anonymous
1 year ago

but why would anyone spend 300 million for a building to get built in 1 year?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Dumbass question….

Anonymous
1 year ago

the building on the left that has “reached level three” is not the office building, it is the parking garage

Anonymous
1 year ago

Wow, I see a little bit of that “Iconic Ferris Wheel” or is it “Ferris Wheel on steroids” in the first picture.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Cool

Garyr
1 year ago

No way out of a virus for these cruise ships.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I thought diseases and viruses start out in a society that’s not contained?

But, what do I know…..

Anonymous
1 year ago

Coronavirus is going to decimate the cruise industry this year.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Fantastic. Can’t wait for all of these new facilities and terminals. Disney Cruise Lines needs to step it up.

Anonymous
1 year ago

this isnt a facility or terminal, this is corporate office space for Royal Caribbean

Anonymous
1 year ago

wow just like NYC

Anonymous
1 year ago

Wow, another i d i o t!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Cruise ships are ground zero for Corona. Same as prisons.

Anonymous
1 year ago

One cruise≠all cruises

Quit generalizing lmao

Anonymous
1 year ago

1ST TO POST

Anonymous
1 year ago

… and first to get a thumbs down vote!