Staggered 28-Story Optima Office Tower In Hallandale & Aventura Appears Topped Off

Optima Onyx, a 28-story office tower in Hallandale Beach with a staggered design, appears to have topped off.

It is part of an office campus that sits on both sides of the Miami-Dade and Broward line, in both Aventura and Hallandale.

Two office buildings and a garage have been completed, on the Aventura side. Optima White Tower, Optima Red Tower, and the parking garage (eight stories), will be connected to the new tower.

  • Optima White – 9-story, 84,401 square foot of office (Aventura)
  • Optima Red – 4 story, 29,621 square feet of office (Aventura)
  • Optima Onyx – 28-story, 300,000 square feet of office (on the Hallandale side)

Optima Onyx is being designed by Behar Font of Coral Gables, which is also designing downtown Miami’s Okan Tower.

Completion of Optima Onyx is scheduled for the third quarter of 2020.

Ariel Bromberg is the developer, according to the Sun Sentinel.

 

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Anonymous

I wish the urban core would get more office buildings, other than just one being built in Brickell.

Anonymous

There are some planned as you speak, but remember, the FAA has to do their customary eight months to a year study of them.

NYC Loves Miami

Is that what is holding up the Hines office tower at Miami World Center?

William

Wowo… looks really cool. Good design!

Anonymous

Why is Adventura getting better looking buildings then downtown smh

Anonymous

Adventura is becoming a very very nice area. I’m thinking about moving from Brickell to Adventura.

Anonymous

Aventura has 60 year old minimum age to move in.

Anonymous

I don’t remember Aventura even being a “bad” area. Hallandale and North Miami Beach had decline, and Aventura being nice is probably having a spillover effect.

Anonymous

Why build downtown at all when you can do this

Anonymous

Where are you talking about, downtown Hallandale and Aventura?

Anonymous

So there is a market for office outside of Miami but not in Miami? I’m Confused!

Anonymous

great building…really stands out in the area

Anonymous

It looks like 100 Las Olas. Who was first?

Anonymous

It appears, it either has or hasn’t.

Anonymous

Not Miami tho

Anonymous

Miami is a blanket term for all of South Florida in reality.

Anonymous

Fort Lauderdale-bashers on this website beg to differ.

NYC Loves Miami

For most people that aren’t locals, Miami is a blanket term for the entire Miami Dade County. I’ve read posts about Aventura, Sunny Isles, etc, stating how Miami is great. Then out of nowhere, someone goes crazy about how Aventura is NOT Miami.

Anonymous

It’s not. It’s Aventura. Not even Miami Beach is Miami.

Anonymous

Literally no one outside of Miami refers to the rest of South Florida as Miami. It’s South Florida or the town or county, but never Miami. No one ever says, “I live in Pompano, which is part of Miami.”

Anonymous

Miami Metropolitan Area you doofus

Anonymous

Yeah, so what? NO ONE CALLS IT THAT. No one in Fort Lauderdale, Boca or West Palm Beach says they live in the “Miami Metropolitan Area”. I hate to break it to you, but Miami is not the center of the universe or South Florida.