One of the most anticipated projects set to be completed by the end of the year is the Brickell City Centre, located in the heart of Miami’s financial district. This $1.05 billion project began in 2012 and promises to bring a whole new meaning to urban living to the area. Developed by the same company responsible for developing the unique urban island of Brickell Key, Swire Properties, this project is expected to bring home, work, and play together with this brand new project.
So, what exactly is Brickell City Centre? It’s a little bit of everything! Within the 9.1 acres that encompasses the project there will be 5.4 million square feet of office, residential, entertainment, and retail spaces, including 2,600 parking spaces. Residents and visitors will be able to enjoy a little bit of everything, from some of the best luxury shopping to fine upscale dining.
The Brickell City Centre is expected to redefine urban living. Two luxurious high-rise towers are already in development for the area; Rise and Reach. Both buildings offer fine, luxury living, modern kitchens and bathrooms, spacious floor plans, state-of-the-art technology, amazing views, and are just steps away from all that Brickell City Centre has to offer. With so much close at hand, there’s hardly a reason for residents to stray far from their city.
One of the most unique features of the Brickell City Centre project is the Climate Ribbon™. The Climate Ribbon™ is an architectural feature that helps with climate control. This is being incorporated into the project to make it more comfortable for visitors to walk between the shops and restaurants outdoors. The Climate Ribbon™ is just one of the many features incorporated into the Brickell City Centre that will make it LEED certifiable.
Brickell City Centre will bring more than luxurious amenities to the Brickell area. It will also bring job opportunities and have an estimated $1 billion economic impact in favor of the City of Miami. The Brickell City Centre will also be a transportation hub, offering easy access to and from the Miami Metromover, Interstate 95, and other areas. To stay informed about what’s going on at Brickell City Centre, including construction updates, street closures, and a live feed of the construction progress, click here.