Discussion in 'Miami Real Estate, Construction And Architecture' started by langbro, Sep 10, 2012.
Demolition continues today (Sunday).
It was built in 1964 (the Miami Herald building was built in 1963) and formerly housed a radio station.
They applied for a demolition permit last fall.
Not a big loss. Not as old as I was guessing, just built in colonial style.
On whether Swire is interested in acquiring the property for Brickell CityCentre:
As published in Miami Today a few weeks ago.
Northern Trust selling Brickell property, moving offices
Northern Trust is moving its Florida headquarters to 600 Brickell and putting its current home across the street up for sale.
The bank will begin marketing its property at 700 Brickell and 710 Brickell for sale later this month, said Gavin Campbell, managing principal with Steelbridge, /the real estate broker representing the bank.
Okay so miami today building and northern trust building are no more, but what about that other building "Eastern national bank" that's closest to the metromover. Does northern trust own that too? Would love to see a blank slate for the whole block, so swire could get it all
Swire already owns Eastern National Bank building.
Swire built their sales office for CityCentre in Eastern National building so it won't be destroyed for at least 5 years.
My tribute to the magic on Brickell. Thanks to Swire and the City of Miami.
Saw a little bit of the walls still standing last Monday 3/11 . Was surprised to see it going down but not really a bad thing not like the building was from the 20s or 30s or anything like that.
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