1450 Brickell, the newest office building in Brickell since the Espirito Santos Plaza, broke ground last week. The 33 story glass tower will feature over 500,000 square feet of office space and is aiming for Silver LEED certification.

Meanwhile, just up the avenue today will be the official ground breaking ceremony on the Brickell Financial Center office buildings at 600 Brickell. The 40 story, 600,000 square foot office building is set to be complete in 2009 and is also seeking LEED certification.

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3 Responses to The Miami Office Boom

  1. Anonymous says:

    Looks like these two buildings might cover a decent footprint, not to mention a nice height too. A minor dislike I have of Miami’s office buildings is their toothpick-like skinniness.


  2. Anonymous says:

    My only concern is post hurricanes glass buildings in Brickell have a tendency to have wood covering windows for over a year. Let’s hope they are using hurricane proof windows, but that is highly unlikely.


  3. Anonymous says:

    I agree that the plywood covering the windows of Brickell buildings is a major eyesore. I am a resident of the Brickell area. The building I live in is behind the Espirito Santo building, so every time I look out my balcony I see the plywood, scaffolding, and repairmen hanging from the building. The repair work has been going on for well over a year now!?

    I don’t understand how repairing that building has taken such a ridiculously long time. I can almost guarantee that I am not the only resident annoyed at having such an eysore outside their window.


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