Do you need a change of scenery from that dormant and lifeless office space that you currently work in? By working in a Coworking Area you can rent out space and work in a fun environment alongside other innovators. Miami is now the second most entrepreneurial city in the United States, which means business owners are constantly on the lookout for affordable and professional spaces to work. If you want rent out a Coworking space in Miami these are some properties you need to check out.
Capital One Cafe
850 South Miami Ave
You can find the convenient Capital One Cafe in the Capital One Building on South Miami Avenue. This popular hotspot is a relaxing place to sit back, enjoy a warm some fresh joe and get to work. There is free wifi that is reliable enough to get your tasks completed on time. We personally find that Capital One Cafe is a great rendezvous spot for quick meetings between friends and associates. One really unique perk that sets Capital One Cafe apart from its contemporaries is that if you are part of a non-profit, student or alumni organization you can also book a “Private Community Room” for meeting space during normal business hours.
1548 Brickell Avenue
Hive Brickell is one of those locations that anybody feels right at home in. Its design epitomizes a home setting but also tangos with the balance of a work setting to optimize your mental output. One of the fascinating things about Hive is that there is no requirement to have a long term commitment. Hive offers semi-private and private office spaces that are available on an hourly, daily or monthly basis. It’s the best of both worlds: your own personalized office free of any hassles and binding agreements. Semi-private office spaces options begin at $500 per month, $75 per day or $25 per hour.
1395 Brickell Ave and 777 Brickell Ave
Work. Stay. Play. That is the motto at Quest Workspaces. Their 1395 Brickell location at the Brickell Arch is meant to be the full lifestyle and luxury experience not just for you but for your clients as well. Quest Workspaces contains spacious conference rooms with spectacular views. You can also enjoy a cup of coffee on the 25th floor of the Conrad Hilton overlooking Key Biscayne or a stay at their exclusive newly remodeled Questers’ Only Condo on the 33rd Floor. You can come relax at the Conrad Spa or work up a sweat at the Crossfit Vida or the tennis courts as well. Rates for workspaces start at $499 per month at Quest.
Building Co Miami
120 SW 8th St
Perhaps one of the most innovative workspaces in the city Building Co Miami is a sight to behold. Jose “Hutch” Rasco and Juan Diego Calle wanted to help other tech companies succeed in the city that they love. To bring this dream to life, they envisioned a physical space where local tech entrepreneurs could gather, learn, collaborate, and grow their businesses together like a little slice of Silicon Valley in the 305. Building Co is home to some of Miami’s top tech companies and startups, and the founders’ vision is being brought to life every day. At Building Co individual desks start at $550 per month.1
1101 Brickell Ave South
Pipeline Brickell is the place for you if you are an independent professional, a small business team, or an entrepreneur with a fresh company. This corporate building provides its members with a dynamic learning environment in a desirable location. The aesthetic of this coworking space is unmatched comprising of modern furnishing and vibrant decorations enabling your creative juices to flow and allowing you to work at your optimal level. Pipeline offices also offer a variety of conference rooms and event spaces. Office rates start at $649 per month.
CMX, a subsidiary of Cinemex, the largest movie theater chain globally, has opened it’s first U.S. luxe, dine-in theater at Brickell City Centre.
CMX viewing room interior on Brickell City Centre’s Level 3. Courtesy photo.
Laser projection at the Brickell City Centre location is one of few locations in the world. The app affords convenience allowing customers to purchase advance tickets and pre-order from the menu delivered to their seat without interruption. Popcorn is included in price and WiFi is free.
CMX redefines premium movie-going with a VIP experience that includes: oversized reclining seats complete with swivel table, storage for bags, LED light and service push button in 10 viewing rooms; exceptional service from wait staff; gourmet cuisine; and pre- and post- show entertainment from the handcrafted cocktails by mixologists at upstairs and downstairs bars, to lounge dining areas and TV walls for watching sports.
Another Ultra Music Festival has come and gone. Check out the amazing set designs on World Red Eye. (Feature image: Belvedere x Noisey: Behind the Scene” party aboard The Grand Floridian yacht docked in Downtown Miami.)
The rumors are true: Brickell City Centre is getting its own Apple Store and it is set to open on March 25, 2017 at 10 AM on the shopping centre’s second floor. Construction workers are onsite around the clock to get the latest tech outpost up and running: We spotted them working as late as 11 PM on March 15. The announcement is live on the Apple website.
Miami.com broke the retail news, highlighting first-time perks that the new Brickell location will offer: There will be a group of “Creative Pros,” a “Boardroom,” and “The Forum.” The overall idea is to create a hub-like experience.
Senior Market Director for Apple Retail, Enrique Atienza, explained each concept to Miami.com. Apple’s “Creative Pros” are specialists in their fields–“We have photographers, bakers, comedians, we even have a fire dancer.”– that were tapped to show shoppers how Apple products can help them maximize their businesses, passions, and endeavors. Miami.com goes on to explain Apple’s “Boardroom” and “The Forum.”
“Apple Brickell City Centre will also have the first Boardroom in the Miami. This is a spot reserved for entrepreneurs, developers and business customers to get hands-on advice and training which could potentially become a hub for downtown’s burgeoning financial sector.
Another exciting feature is The Forum, a gathering space anchored by a video wall that will host educational events for kids and teachers, sessions for tech creatives, game nights and other programming, premieres and workshops with visiting tech experts, artists and musicians.”
Prepare for neon and traffic: Ultra takes over Bayfront Park from March 24-26, 2017.
James Beard Award-Winning Chef Michelle Bernstein will host this year’s Taste of Tennis, taking place at W Miami on Monday, March 20, 2017 at 7:00 PM. Expect eats by the city’s best, including Aaron Brooks (EDGE Steak & Bar), Alex Diaz (Tamarina), and Clark Bowen (DB Bistro Moderne).
Over in Key Biscayne, the Miami Open rings in another year of athletic greatness beginning March 20, 2017.
Acqua di Parma, a leader in Italian fragrances and craftsmanship, has joined the select mix of upscale retailers from around the world at Brickell City Centre. Located on Level 1, this is the brand’s first stateside outpost and its fourth global free-standing store. Such a monumental international foray could have landed in any Miami area, but Acqua di Parma selected Brickell for its ongoing lifestyle blossoming. “Brickell City Centre is the place to be,” says CEO and President Laura Burdese. “It is contemporary, our target is here, and so far we have had [a] good public response.”
Acqua Di Parma’s exterior on Brickell City Centre’s Level 1. Courtesy photo.
The discerning clientele is devoted to the brand’s quality; after over 100 years in business, the fragrance has remained true to its hand-blended roots. The perennial, top-selling, unisex scents are the same–timeless, passed down by generations, and for any occasion. Colonia has been the hero product since 1916; Blu Mediterraneo is reminiscent of the seaside and popular for warm seasons and climates, and Oud is unlike any other in the line-up and especially appropriate for evening outings.
Photo by @lipstickandpropertyvalue.
The by-appointment, intimate Barbershop is an exclusive service of Acqua boutiques, offering the traditional Italian ritual of blade shaving and grooming. Another store exclusive is the Leather Collection of artisanally dyed and sewn calf and buffalo skin accessories, including cigar boxes, humidors, and travel rolls. For the home, a standard assortment meets painted Murano candles; the line’s Fruits and Flowers candles and room sprays are one-of-kind Brickell finds. Expect Acqua di Parma to host in-store events and local collaborations that speak to its signature aesthetic: “The aim is to bring Italian, refined, exclusive lifestyle into Miami; enjoy a little sun ray, scent, and dream of Italy,” says Burdese.
An ongoing roundup of the top stories surrounding Brickell and Downtown Miami’s real estate, business, and lifestyle news.
Splacer, a Tel Aviv-based venue search platform, has launched in Miami. The website gives event seekers rates by the hour and allows browsers to filter options by location, facilities, and party size. Read more about it South Florida Business Journal.
Miami-Dade County has released new details surrounding overarching Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit (SMART) plan, which would connect Miami’s inland with Miami Beach. Miami Today News has the details.
Food & Drink
YAKU by La Mar (main photo), a new waterfront bar and lounge at the Mandarin Oriental, Miami, is now open on the property’s north terrace.
Per Eater Miami, Deme Lomas of Downtown Miami’s under-the-radar NIU Kitchen has earned a James Beard nomination for Best Chef South. Eater also got a look inside Brickell’s new French restaurant, La Petite Maison.
Mandarin Oriental, Miami has earned its fifth consecutive triple Five Star Forbes Travel Guide Rating. Included in the coveted ranking is the hotel, the Spa and veteran fine dining outpost, Azul.
Dozens of women took to the W Miami’s Whisper Lounge for the inaugural What She Said panel series on Tuesday, January 24, 2017. Blogger Maria Tettamanti of The Wordy Girl moderated a discussion featuring Natalie Gee and Celene Gee of GEE Beauty, and Lisa Goldfaden of Goldfaden MD (daughter to renowned dermatologist, Gary Goldfaden, M.D.) The topic: “Clean beauty.”
The speakers emphasized that clean beauty is a lifestyle preference, one that understands what works best for each individual and that doesn’t take the beauty process too seriously. They added that “illuminating from within” is just as important as what is put on topically–from the food one eats to their daily routines.
Celene Gee, Lisa Goldfaden, Natalie Gee, and Maria Tettamanti at the W Miami.
During the open format portion, Brickell.com asked each panelist what advice they would give to young entrepreneurs. “Don’t take ‘no’ for an answer. Don’t be afraid of all the ‘no’s’ that people are going to say to you,” noted Natalie Gee. “Be true to yourself and set yourself apart.” Celene Gee added, “Consistency is key and most importantly, stay focused!”
Lisa Goldfaden advised to start from the beginning, to break at one’s strength, and to have a support system in place. “First, know your purpose in why you want to be an entrepreneur. Being an entrepreneur is not for everyone. Find one thing that you’re good at and excel in it. Don’t try to do too many things at once. Have a good support system for those bad days you’ll have.”
W Miami will continue the What She Said series on Tuesday, January with a fashion-themed gathering. Celebrated stylist and founder of Style Out of the City, Elysze Held will be in conversation with local style influencers: They include Style Mafia founder, Simonett Pereira, The Fashion Poet founder, Annie Vazquez, and KRELWear founder, Karelle Levy.
Brickell’s W Miami is the latest property in the W Hotels & Resorts portfolio to activate What She Said, a new panel series connecting progressive and brand-minded women. The events kick-off on Tuesday, January, 24, 2017, at 6 PM inside the Whisper Cocktail Lounge: The Wordy Girl, Maria Tettamanti, will moderate the inaugural discussion, prodding the minds of beauty bosses Natalie Gee and Celene Gee of GEE Beauty (Sunset Harbour’s location is pictured above), and Lisa Goldfaden, Goldfaden MD’s Vice President of Marketing.
The conversations continue on Tuesday, January 31, 2017, from 7-9PM, this time talking all things fashion. Stylist and Style Out of the City founder, Elysze Held, will moderate a chat with local influencers. The New York Fashion Week-themed panel includes Style Mafia founder, Simonett Pereira, The Fashion Poet founder, Annie Vazquez, and KRELWear founder, Karelle Levy.
Brickell’s transformational tide came in waves throughout 2016, drawing national attention to the neighborhood and even compelling a feature story by the ultimate style guide, Vogue. Brickell became the heart of Miami, pulsing as the city’s financial, residential, and commercial center. Brickell experienced a shift that now allows residents to stay within the area’s proximity while effortlessly having their leisure, business, and lifestyle needs met. Brickell’s blossoming also prompted Brickell.com’s relaunch, marked by 300+ person party featuring top local lifestyle liaisons.
Brooklyn’s MOTHXR performs at Brickell City Centre, commencing a new entertainment partnership with United Talent Agency.
Still, without question, the year’s biggest Brickell statement came from Brickell City Centre, sprawling at over a half million square feet and reminiscent of New York City’s Time Warner Center. In addition to prime residential and Class A offices, it heralded in premium retail and entertainment. A three-story Saks Fifth Avenue acts as an anchor retailer and EAST Miami, featuring Quinto La Huella and Sugar, a rooftop bar, welcomed new nightlife alternatives. The Centre’s LEED-certified “climate ribbon” optimizes natural open air for circulation and ensures weather protection, replacing air conditioning and confined construction. With a massive 2016 coming to a close, Brickell.com will continue to grow in 2017, promising unrivaled local intelligence for the Brickell and Downtown Miami metro area.
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