1450 Brickell (JP Morgan Tower)
1450 Brickell is a 35-story, 586,000-square-foot Class A-office building with 1,170 parking spaces located at the strategic southern gateway to the Brickell business district in downtown Miami giving it the quickest and easiest access amongst its competitors. The building has a 13-story parking garage with a rooftop garden and features spectacular water and city vistas. 1450 Brickell was the first office building in Miami to receive LEED Gold certification. It boasts of having the strongest glass curtainwall in the nation along with a second generator (aside of life-safety) which can power a large portion of the building off its large diesel tanks. These are essential attributes in Miami’s hurricane-prone location.
Included amongst the roster of past and current tenants are: Bank of New York Mellon and HIG, JP Morgan Chase, Bilzin Sumberg, American Express, Berger Singerman, SAB Miller, Willis, MBAF, Grupo Mexico, Longchamp, Fortress, HFF, and City National Bank.
- Developed by:
- Rilea Group
- 1450 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131
- Square footage:
- Interior Design:
- General Contractor:
- Coastal Construction
- First LEED Gold Office Building Certification in South Florida. ULI Vision Award 2012. NAOIP 2011, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association. USGBC 2010
- Description of Space:
- Office 586,000 RSF. Retail RSF at ground floor – 10,500 sf.
- Website: http://1450brickell.com/