New York Life Real Estate Investors Buys Brickell City Tower in Miami for $117M

Brickell City Tower features a redesigned and updated building lobby, renovated common area, modern elevator cabs and a new conference center and tenant lounge. (Photo courtesy of Blanca Commercial Real Estate)

MIAMI — New York Life Real Estate Investors, on behalf of an institutional client, has acquired Brickell City Tower, a Class A office tower located in Miami’s Brickell office submarket, for $117 million. The buyer was not disclosed but media outlets have reported that the seller was a joint venture between Banyan Street Capital, Crocker Partners and Independencia Asset Management.

The 33-story tower features 291,554 rentable square feet. Recently, the tower underwent a $6.4 million renovation, which included a redesigned and updated building lobby, common area upgrades and a full elevator modernization, as well as a new conference center and tenant lounge.

The new ownership plans to continue the renovation program to the property’s common areas, including capital to activate a large terrace adjacent to the conference center and tenant lounge on the 17th floor for tenant use. Brickell City Tower’s notable tenants include Beacon Council, South Florida Business Journal, Uber Technologies, Max Borges, TMF USA Inc., Rumberger Kirk Caldwell and Regus. Chase Bank operates a bank branch on the ground floor.

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