Starwood Property Trust Tops Off Their Class-A Headquarters Building In Miami Beach

A ceremony was held last week to celebrate the top off of Starwood Property Trust’s new headquarters building in Miami Beach.

300 employees will work in the new building.

Starwood will occupy 55 percent of the building, while the remainder will be occupied by third party tenants with a focus on family offices. Most of the space is already leased.

Starwood Property Trust is listed on the NYSE and is an affiliate of Starwood Capital Group.

The new six-story building will have 144,430 square feet of Class A office space, 8,000 square feet of ground floor retail, as well as a 277-space parking garage with valet service.

The design of the building is said to pay homage to the Art Deco style of the area, while adding contemporary features such as a modern glass window facade.

The building will be ringed by greenery and feature outdoor wood clad “cabanas” on each floor, as well as a fourth-floor garden.

Completion is scheduled for late 2021.

Gensler is the architect, with interiors by Clive Lonstein

CoastalBrodson is the contractor.

Integra Investments is the developer.

 

(photo: brodson construction)

 

 

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Anonymous
10 months ago

Great, forward looking addition to Miami Beach.

Building has secure bicycle parking for over 100 bikes and shower rooms for employees.

They were able to secure (and implement) a 30% reduction in required parking.

Bravo!

Azarius
10 months ago

Very nice add to south beach. Love the architecture! More buildings like this in Wynwood

Anonymous
10 months ago

The design of the building is said to pay homage to the Art Deco style of the area. This is absolutely inspiring for new architects of miami. The city has architectural background and must protect it.

Shawn Kouri
10 months ago

Where was their original headquarters before?

Anonymous
10 months ago

Also in Miami Beach. Before that, I think Connecticut.

Anonymous
9 months ago

Hopefully this won’t ruin the Gates Hotel, which was a nice spot. Now with the corporate headquarters right next door, the hotel’s views have changed significantly. But if Starwood doesn’t ignore that fact and improve the hotel property, it could still be a nice hotel. How can they ignore a hotel that’s right next to the Corporate Headquarters of Starwood? We shall see……

Anonymous
10 months ago

I have mixed feelings about this. I feel like corporate HQs are more appropriate across the bay in City of Miami. For anyone who doesn’t live on the beach, my guess is the commute has to be horrendous for anyone having to cross one the causeways everyday.

Azarius
10 months ago

Starwood has always had their headquarters located in sobe so I didn’t expect them to move and they have a lot of properties near by so…

Anonymous
10 months ago

I used to commute to Miami Beach from central Miami, its no bigger deal than dealing with 826, 836 and I-95, and the views are a lot more pleasant.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Be glad it’s not Doral or Miramar, sheesh.

Anonymous
10 months ago

Why feeling all mixed? Ever commute on I-95? Worse traffic, and not nearly as scenic a drive.