On February 21, Miami’s Urban Development Review Board is scheduled to review the filed plans for Santander Tower, a visionary project at 1401 Brickell Avenue in the Brickell financial district. This 40-story office building, targeting LEED Platinum certification, is designed to redefine Miami’s skyline and urban experience. The development, designed by Handel Architects from New York with structural engineering by DeSimone Consulting Engineers and interior design by Bernardi + Peschard Arquitectos, aims to introduce 612,918 square feet of premium Class A office space. Developed by Services and Promotions LLC, an affiliate of Santander Bank, with project management and advisement by the Rilea Group, the tower aspires to a commanding presence at 765 feet above ground and 778 feet above sea level. Its redevelopment plan includes office spaces and extensive retail and food/beverage activation areas across the ground and upper podium levels, emphasizing ground-level engagement and vibrant streetscapes. Cosentini Associates is the MEPFP engineer, Langan is the civil and geotechnical engineer, Rios is the landscape architect with LandDesign as the landscape architect of record, and Socotec is the building envelope consultant.
Key International, led by Diego and Inigo Ardid, has announced Sterling Bay, a national real estate development firm known for its pioneering approach to developing award-winning creative offices, as the co-development partner of 848 Brickell, a 761-foot-tall Class A creative office and retail tower proposed in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood. Sterling Bay joins Key International in developing plans for this project, which, under zoning approval by Miami-Dade County, will soar 51 stories in the heart of Miami’s bustling Financial District.
Meyers Accesso, a leading developer of high-quality mixed-use and residential properties, recently announced the acquisition of The Atrium at Broken Sound, a nearly 100,000-square-foot, Class-A office property located at 6111 Broken Sound Parkway NW, within The Park at Broken Sound mixed-use development in Boca Raton, Florida. The Park at Broken Sound is a robust, 700-acre commercial and residential hub with walkable proximity to numerous retail developments, residential communities, and high-quality amenities.
Sunbeam Development Corporation has announced that it’s moving forward with the Park Miramar, a 125-acre mixed-use project. The multi-million-dollar project will offer 325,000 square feet of retail, featuring an anchor grocery store.
As South Florida’s suburban markets continue to draw companies seeking quality office spaces at competitive prices and convenient commutes, Coconut Grove remains a preferred choice for its balanced live-work-play environment. 3480 Main, a boutique Class A office building designed by award-winning architect Arquitectonica, is seeing increased leasing activity, with four new leases recently signed.