OKO Group, the US-based development company founded by international real estate and hotel magnate Vladislav Doronin, and Cain International, a privately held real estate investment firm, have revealed plans for 830 Brickell, the first new office tower to launch in Miami in nearly a decade. The soaring 57-story, 724’-tall skyscraper designed by one of the world’s leading architecture firms, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture (AS+GG), will introduce a premium commercial offering to the city’s booming financial district and will reinvent Miami’s workplace lifestyle for the highest-caliber of global workforce. Cushman & Wakefield’s leasing team is launching the marketing of the building to prospects now, ahead of 830 Brickell’s completion in 2021. A $300 million construction loan from MSD Partners, L.P. closed in July this year.
“The 830 Brickell development, in its unmatched location, will enhance and elevate the commercial landscape of Miami, helping to attract world-players in finance and business to this thriving city. In my 26-year career as a developer I have built 71 commercial and residential buildings totaling over 75 million square feet, I am proud to be bringing what will be the best office building to Miami with 830 Brickell,” says Vladislav Doronin, Chairman and CEO of OKO Group.
830 Brickell will feature spectacular only-in-Miami panoramic ocean and city views, floor-to-ceiling windows, column-free spans, state-of-the-art digital infrastructure with Wired certification and a LEED Silver certification due to its progressive environmentally efficient design. It will be Miami’s most contemporary office tower, befitting the city’s growth into an international capital of business.
“Cain International is proud to lend our focus and experience developing properties that offer modern luxury workforce amenities to this auspicious project and to Brickell,” said Jonathan Goldstein, CEO of Cain International. “830 Brickell will reach the top of the Miami skyline and deliver the top level of amenities and services for its tenants.”
830 Brickell will also be differentiated by its unprecedented lifestyle offerings for a commercial tower, which will promote out-of-the-box collaboration, work-life balance and wellness. Aimed at attracting the world’s largest companies and progressive visionaries, the project touts an elite roster of first-rate amenities – including an upscale rooftop restaurant and bar on the 56th and 57th floors, a 30th floor sky lobby with a nearly 2,500 SF health and wellness center and first-class conference facility, a 14th floor outdoor terrace designed by Enea Landscape Architecture, valet parking and electric vehicle charging stations, cafés and shopping. Offering white-glove customer service, the tower also boasts a forward-thinking culture of seamlessness, highlighted by a 24-hour concierge responsible for event planning and coordination, booking restaurant reservations, sending out dry cleaning, organizing deliveries and more. Additional services will include bicycle storage, a shoe shining stations and much more.
830 Brickell will also feature a rooftop restaurant and bar offering sweeping views of downtown that will energize the building at night. Additional roof terraces will allow tenants to enjoy the Miami weather without being on the street level. The 30th floor sky lobby with café and fitness center offers more advantageous views to all tenants.
Vertical construction on 830 Brickell is set to begin in the late summer of 2019 and already WeWork, the global leader in the surging co-working industry, has signed on to occupy 146,000 SF in the 1,030,000 SF tower.