Three tower cranes have now been installed at the construction site of Royal Caribbean’s Global Headquarters now under construction at PortMiami, marking the start of vertical construction of a campus that will bring house thousands of employees at the port.
Groundbreaking took place in July.
Royal Caribbean is building a state of the art $300 million campus at the port with amenities designed to lure top level talent to Miami. The complex will house 4,200 employees of the cruise line when complete, becoming what the company says will be Miami’s “first true corporate campus.”
Employees will enjoy spectacular unimpeded view of downtown Miami. Other amenities will include a soccer field, volleyball court, basketball court, fitness center, and electric car chargers.
Architect HOK designed a 10-story building with “no corners,” designed to look like a ship at rest. It will be surrounded by indigenous flora for landscaping.
The cruise line’s existing buildings at the port will be partly renovated and integrated into the campus, and partly demolished.