Office Tower

Foundation Work Continues At The 834 Foot 830 Brickell Plaza Site

830 Brickell Plaza Site

Foundation work continues at the 830 Brickell Plaza site in Brickell next to the SLS Lux where WeWork will occupy 10 floors in the office tower.

The 834 foot height of the building was approved by the FAA and the top corners of the building will reach 793 feet, mostly likely giving it a pointed top.

Construction is expected to be completed by 2021.

Office in the Grove To Have Hearing For Historic Designation

Office in the Grove

In October 2016, a demolition permit was filed for the Office in the Grove located at 2669 S. Bayshore Drive in Coconut Grove, which was purchased by Mast Capital in April 2014 for $29.5 million.

The nine story hexagon office tower was built in 1972 and was designed by architect Kenneth Treister who also designed the Shoppes at Mayfair in Coconut Grove. The Office in the Grove has a landscape berm, which was meant to hide the parking and have the first three floors open.

The non-profit group Docomomo / US Florida  applied to the City of Miami Historic and Environmental Preservation Board to declare the building historic and prevent it from demolition. The date is set for Tuesday, September 5th. Hearing starts at 3 p.m. at Miami City Hall, 3500 Pan American Dr., Miami, FL 33133.

The Big Bubble has photos of inside the building before it was renovated.

New Office Called 110 10th Coming Miami Worldcenter

110 10th Rendering

110 10th Rendering

A new 45 story Class A office tower is coming to Downtown Miami called 110 10th and located at 110 NE 10th St. 

With 600,000 square feet of office space, the tower will be developed by Hines and designed by architect firm Pickard Chilton Associates. It will also feature three outdoor/indoor terraces. 

110 10th will be next to the under construction 60 story Paramount Miami Worldcenter.

Construction is expected to begin second quarter 2018. 

Urban Development Review Board Approves Two Brickell Projects

888 Brickell Avenue Rendering

888 Brickell Avenue Rendering

After being announced late 2016, both 888 Brickell Avenue and 1111 Brickell have been approved by Miami's Urban Development Review.

888 Brickell Avenue will be a 38 story office tower designed by Arquitectonica that will replace an aging 7 story building built in 1972. 

Developer AIMCO is planning to renovate the existing Yacht Club building in the first phase. The second phase will include demolition of the parking garage and building a new 61 story, 690 foot condo with 572 residential units and 961 parking spaces.