Total Demolition Permit At One Brickell Citycentre Site Back In Review

There’s activity again on a total demolition permit at the One Brickell Citycentre site.

The permit to demolish an office building at 799 Brickell Plaza was submitted for its eighth review cycle on June 3, according to Miami Building Department records.

A demolition permit was never issued for that building, although it is vacant.

A total demolition permit is active for 700 Brickell Avenue office building on the same site, which now sits partially demolished.

 

 

The partially demolished building at 700 Brickell:

(photo: Phillip Pessar)

 

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Cover the Podiums
19 days ago

This project is looking less and less of a reality for the near future. The fact they are taking their sweet time means that they don’t have big names lined up to lease this puppy up.

Anon
18 days ago

At least the Waldorf and Okan are speeding ahead

KVW
18 days ago

Neither would have the evonomic impact this much class an office space will have though

Anon
18 days ago

If the tower isn’t happening thats kind of a moot point

John Duns Scotus
18 days ago

For those who have been around Brickell for a while will remember that Brickell City Center and Brickell Key did not move quickly either. Swire has been around Miami since 1976 and they do exceptional work. No need to hurry.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Rather see it done right then done sloppy. It’s happening.

Anonymous
18 days ago

It has nothing to do with the construction and engineering of the building. They won’t start construction until they have lease commitments. They’ll most likely add residential and hotel back into this building.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Not only Swire, but also the other Related, who has done wonders in West Palm Beach.

Anonymous
18 days ago

I can’t think of a single American city where office space is in demand. If anything, there’s too much. I’ve heard even Austin has a glut. Business oriented cities like NYC, Atlanta, Dallas, etc, all have office space being converted into residential.

Anonymous
18 days ago

That’s because the businesses are moving to Miami and we don’t have enough office space to accommodate all the companies that want to relocate

Anonymous
18 days ago

You can’t compare NYC with any other city. They have millions and millions of square feet of office space. While they’re convert old office buildings into residences, they are still building super tall office buildings and millions of square feet of new office space. I’m born, raised and still live in Dade and tired of hearing nyc is dead and Miami is the new nyc. NYC will always be nyc and Miami will be its own city too.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Yea same I’m with one Biscayne…

Antonio
17 days ago

The metrorail line up 27th Ave has been moved to 2030 because they claim not to have any money but all those towers in Brickell and downtown are sold out paying property tax were is the money going to. Our city leaders are all a bunch of crooks

Jacques Eatch
16 days ago

as if buyers of 7 figure Brickell condos are pining for a public train to Carol City G T F O

anonymous
16 days ago

same thing with half penny tax, theyre scamming us again

MiamiRob
14 days ago

You seem to have forgotten that this isn’t Europe or Asia where their Governments take public transportation seriously. The Metrorail extension needs money from the FEDS, The State (Good luck with a GOP Legislature) & local Sales Tax revenues to get this extension done. Wasn’t this supposed to be Under Construction already in time for the World Cup in 2026 at the Hard Rock?

Darin
18 days ago

I hate that condos go up like nothing while something as serious and beautiful as this takes forever. It is stupid.

Jaime Castro
18 days ago

Miami is more of a vacation/retirement city than a business center. There isn’t demand for something like this.

Anon
18 days ago

Yes that was the case 5-10 years

Rico Tubbs
17 days ago

It still is.

Make Miami NY Again
18 days ago

Build a second one exactly the same, raise the height a few hundred, and now we have a signature skyline!

Mayor of Brickell
18 days ago

Knock it down. Get it done. This needs to be a priority mega project. Brickell won’t reach elite status until all the construction is complete.

Rico Tubbs
18 days ago

This is highly unlikely to rise as an office tower. Miami lacks this level of demand. Ten years from now, apartments and a hotel will probably rise here.

Anonymous
18 days ago

Actually businesses and young talent would prefer Miami over the northeast, just keep opening offices. We aren’t moving back.

Rico Tubbs
18 days ago

That’s not remotely true.

Uncas D'Crane
17 days ago

You will have more fun than success here. Enjoy. Let they who live to work have the pyrrhic victories of status. Working to live is its own victory.

Mark Hart
12 days ago

Wait until you find out most companies that relocated here have closed down, scaled back hiring plans, are only satelite offices with 5-25 employees, or only “move” to Miami for tax purposes, when physical offices are still elsewhere

Calivalle
18 days ago

Tare it down…💥💥💥