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Old Posted Mar 18, 2018, 6:04 PM
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Have they found an anchor tenant for this building yet?
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ISG takes over sales at Brickell City Centre from Fortune and One Sotheby’s

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ISG is taking over the remaining condo sales at Brickell City Centre on Tuesday from Fortune International Realty and One Sotheby’s International Realty, The Real Deal has learned.

Swire Properties had issued a request for proposals for one brokerage to handle sales and marketing of the remaining 200 units at Reach and Rise, the 760-unit condo component of Brickell City Centre, sources said.

ISG co-founder and principal Craig Studnicky confirmed it won the bid. “Swire made a decision around six months or so ago that they only wanted one company to take over,” Studnicky said. “[Fortune and One Sotheby’s] didn’t do it as a joint venture; they were competing against each other.”

Maile Aguila, senior vice president of residential sales for Swire, said late last year that she divided buyers and leads evenly between Fortune and One Sotheby’s. The sales team had also been cut in half to about a half dozen agents. Aguila could not immediately be reached for comment.

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Aguila said in December that Swire won’t launch Brickell City Centre’s second phase — including hiring a brokerage — until Reach and Rise are sold out. The first phase of Brickell City Centre includes the completed 500,000-square-foot shopping center, office building and the 40-story East, Miami hotel.
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One Brickell City Centre Still In Design, Because It’s ‘Complicated’

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Swire Properties still hasn’t finalized plans for One Brickell City Centre, which could become the tallest tower in Miami at 1,049 feet.

In an interview with the SFBJ, Swire president Kieran Bowers said the 80-story tower remained in the design phase, because it is a complicated project.

Earlier this month, Bower told the Herald that “the timing is not there yet” for One Brickell City Centre. “We’ve continued to evolve the design for stacked retail and residential. We know there is very little margin of error,” he said.
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Translation: not happening soon.
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Translation: not happening soon.
Bingo.

And it may never happen. All it takes to derail this would be a recession or economic slowdown in the next 2-3 years. The window to build these supertalls is closing fast.
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One tower has a greater chance of being built: One Bayfront or One Brickell?
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One tower has a greater chance of being built: One Bayfront or One Brickell?
Overall I would say One Brickell City Center (One Brickell is actually a separate project). Just not sure when.
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Maybe Tibor will surprise us. After all, he's the reigning tallest.
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I'll go with Brickell City Center. Although the developer is optimistic about a 2019 u/c launch of Bayfront, I think City Centre is more feasible due to its functionality. Optimism can be a good sign, but its not the lead indicator. I think City Centre will have much better odds financially and money along with lower risk is what gets things u/c.
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Old Posted Nov 30, 2018, 4:58 AM
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OK - so any updates on this proposed tower? Any news?
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