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chris08876 Oct 28, 2015 8:38 PM

I just hope the market doesn't affect the outcome of this tower. A lot can happen in two years in terms of Miami-Dade real estate. But, best wishes for this one. May the market stay strong! :cheers:

bobdreamz May 18, 2016 12:41 AM

Swire Properties Chief Excited About Future Phases Of Brickell City Centre
Swire Properties Chief Excited About Future Phases Of Brickell City Centre
By TNM Staff on May 17, 2016

As Brickell City Centre’s first phase nears completion, the developer of the project is quick to point out that there are “follow on exciting stories” to come in future phases.

At an analyst meeting last week, Swire Properties Chief Executive Guy Bradley wanted investors to know that “there is a phase 2, and potentially future phases.” The next phases are “not small” and “can continue the transformational story.”

The second phase is about 1.4 million square foot, he said. It will include office, residential, hotel and retail space in an 80-story tower.

Bradley said that another potential future phase is a 523,000 square foot condo building, about the same size as the Rise and Reach condo towers that have already been completed.

from swire’s presentation last week:

Pics by me March 2016 :

^ EAST Hotel & Residences | 157.3m | 516 ft. | 41 stories

^ View to the east on SW 8th. street | Calle' Ocho from left to right is the RISE tower , EAST Hotel & Residences, SLS Lux Brickell U/C , & the twin Brickell Heights towers U/C.

^ Metrorail span in the foreground.

^ View from S. Miami Avenue with the pedestrian over pass & the Climate Ribbon above.

^ Intersection of SW 8th. Street | Calle Ocho' & S. Miami Ave. with the EAST Hotel on the left & the SLS Lux Brickell U/C (595 ft. | 57 stories) on the right.

The proposed One Brickell Citi Centre tower (1,040 ft.| 317m | 80 stories) will rise just to the left of the street light.

bobdreamz Jun 20, 2016 9:07 PM

Eastern National Bank Vacates Office Building Where Brickell City Centre’s Second Pha
By TNM Staff on June 20, 2016

An office building that sits on the future site of One Brickell City Centre has been vacated by Eastern National Bank

Brickell City Centre developer Swire Properties purchased the 197,611 square foot office building from Eastern National in 2011 for just $13.1 million. The bank moved from the building, located at 799 Brickell Plaza, in mid-May.

Next door, Swire also owns the former Miami Today headquarters, which has already been demolished, and another office building currently being used as a sales center for condos at Brickell City Centre. The properties will be combined to become the site of the 1,049 One Brickell City Centre mixed-use tower.

chris08876 Jul 4, 2016 1:43 PM
Climate Ribbon Brickell City Centre by Phillip Pessar, on Flickr

bobdreamz Mar 17, 2017 11:02 AM

Swire Sees Strong Office Market, Preparing For One Brickell City Centre
By TNM Staff on March 16, 2017

Miami’s office market is tightening due to a lack of new supply, Swire Properties CEO Guy Bradley said on an earnings conference call today.

Bradley said that the robust market bodes well for Brickell City Centre’s next phase, an 80-story project called One Brickell City Centre.

About half of the floor area in the new tower will be devoted to office use, according to Bradley, although the company hasn’t yet finalized exact numbers.

Swire still hasn’t decided exactly when they will break ground on One Brickell City Centre, although a presentation lists a 2018 construction date.
Bradley said that the land is ready and that it was just a matter of “pushing the button.”

Although retail in the U.S. is “challenging,” Brickell City Centre is doing relatively well. About 91 percent of space in the mall was leased as of November 2016.

Condo sales remain slow. Swire sold just 4 condo units in the project over the past month.

The company had contracts on 355 units at Reach and 187 units at Rise as of March 14, compared to 353 and 185 on February 9.

chris08876 Apr 4, 2017 10:58 PM

Hotel Will Be At Top Of 80-Story One Brickell City Centre


Swire Properties gave a presentation to the Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization Governing Board at a meeting on March 23.

The presentation included a slide that showed plans for the upcoming 80-story One Brickell City Centre, which is slated to become Miami’s tallest building at 1,049 feet above sea level.

The plans appear to show only a small portion of the project will be retail, on the ground floor. The lower levels will be office, mid levels will be residential, while the top floors will become a hotel.

On March 16, Swire’s CEO told stock analysts that Miami’s office market was strong, which bodes well for the project.

Djesus777 Apr 4, 2017 11:07 PM

Interesting, Strong office market when there's a 20% vacancy rate between downtown and Brickell.... Also, Brickell city centre wasn't anything special. Still empty, cheaply made and way too high end.

Yesh222 Apr 6, 2017 8:58 PM

Still waiting for the first of these Miami supertalls in the pipeline to actually break ground. Which comes first?

chris08876 Apr 7, 2017 12:56 AM


Originally Posted by Yesh222 (Post 7764824)
Still waiting for the first of these Miami supertalls in the pipeline to actually break ground. Which comes first?

I think CCCC Towers has the best chance to start first.

chris Dec 12, 2017 8:28 PM

It's been a while since we've heard of anything with this tower. Any news? I actually kinda love the simple design of it.

chris08876 Dec 12, 2017 9:29 PM

This will take a while to come into fruition. I'd expect 2022/2023 for completion if and when they start. Assume late 2018 as a hypothetical.

chris Dec 14, 2017 4:31 PM


Originally Posted by chris08876 (Post 8016778)
This will take a while to come into fruition. I'd expect 2022/2023 for completion if and when they start. Assume late 2018 as a hypothetical.

Gotcha - what's the hold up? High vacancy for office space?

chris08876 Feb 1, 2018 2:58 AM

At Brickell City Centre, Climate Ribbon Will Be Extended To 80-Story Tower


Brickell City Centre’s developers are planning to bring the Climate Ribbon to the second phase of the project.

Paris-based architect Hugh Dutton told the FT that he is now working on plans to extend the ribbon alongside the 80-story tower planned by Swire Properties on Brickell Avenue.

Dutton declared the $30 million first phase of the ribbon to be a success. The canopy lowers temperatures by an average of 7 degrees (Celsius), withstood a hurricane, and the shops underneath are doing well, he said.

The climate ribbon is designed to protect shoppers from sun and rain, harness predictable trade winds off Biscayne Bay to keep them cool, while also collecting rainwater.

dave8721 Feb 14, 2018 4:09 PM

Swire still planning on the project but still not set time table:

CITY CENTRE EXPANDING: A new project looms on the horizon for Brickell. Regina Lacayo, spokesperson for Swire Properties, told Miami Today that the organization continues to work on design and concept plans for the area near its Brickell City Centre. She emailed, “Swire has a long-term commitment to Miami and its sustainable development, evidenced by its plan for the One Brickell City Centre tower. At this time, a plan exists to expand Brickell City Centre with 1BCC, however there is more design work to be completed before more information can be made public.” Tenants in the area, including those at 799 Brickell Plaza, will be impacted and are expected to relocate. No timeline is available for the project.

Dale Feb 14, 2018 7:33 PM


Originally Posted by dave8721 (Post 8085277)
Swire still planning on the project but still not set time table:

Sounds like they're serious though. Wouldn't be surprised if they sprung it on us.

chris08876 Feb 15, 2018 1:38 AM

Lets hope. I recall reading somewhere that they expect DT Miami to double in size and population. The core is really bustling.

dave8721 Feb 15, 2018 3:53 AM


Originally Posted by Dale (Post 8085590)
Sounds like they're serious though. Wouldn't be surprised if they sprung it on us.

Of all the super tall Miami proposals, this is the one I have the most confidence in eventually getting built.

chris08876 Feb 22, 2018 2:41 AM

Brickell CityCentre continues to expand...

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Swire partners with Carlos Mattos to develop site next to Brickell City Centre


Swire Properties is making moves again in Brickell.

Swire is partnering with Colombian businessman Carlos Mattos to jointly develop the property at 650 South Miami Avenue, a spokesperson told The Real Deal. The developers are planning a residential project on the former Tobacco Road site.

Mattos made his money with Hyundai Colombia Automotriz, a car import and distribution company he founded in his home country. His company Isanic Trading will co-develop the 72,000-square-foot plot of land, planned to be an extension of Brickell City Centre.

Property records reveal Tobacco Road Property Holdings LLC paid a combined $15.44 million for the majority of the assemblage, nine adjacent properties at 11, 21, 31, 37, 45 and 55 Southwest Seventh Street and 622, 626 and 640 South Miami Avenue in 2012. Swire affiliate BCC Road Improvement LLC paid $4.7 million for the roughly 15,000-square-foot corner piece at 602 South Miami Avenue in 2014.

The Tobacco Road entity is controlled by attorney Richard G. Toledo with an address tied to Mattos, who owns more land a block away. The popular Tobacco Road, which was home to Miami’s oldest liquor license, closed in 2014. The River Seafood Oyster Bar is still open.

The Mattos-Swire development, on the northeast side of Brickell City Centre, would likely be built during Miami’s next condo cycle.

TonyL Feb 24, 2018 3:16 PM

I was under the impression this had been approved.

chris08876 Feb 24, 2018 3:29 PM

It was approved by the FAA. The article above is pertaining to an expansion on an adjacent property. Not related to the Phase III super tall.

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