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THE OFFERING INVESTMENT SUMMARY


FOR SALE Brickell Heights Ground Retail.
Base Rent $85 per SF
Designed by the famed Arquitectonica and
NNN $15 per SF
developed by The Related Group, twin Brickell
Heights towers will adorn the Miami skyline with its Lease Terms 10 Years

sleek, contemporary look. The amenity spaces were 850 South Miami Avenue, Miami,
Address
Florida 33131
designed by David Rock-well to create a
luxurious, exclusive feel. Property Type Ground Floor Retail
8,015 SF
Brickell Heights residents will enjoy exclusive Size Option to divide on 2 retail
amenities in the 35,000-square foot, 3 story Equinox spaces - 4,000 SF each
fitness cen-ter, SoulCycle, urban garden, two West Tower BH02 | Facing SW 9th
Tower
Street
entertainment rooms for private events, screening
Lease Type NNN
room, business center, kids club, and much more.
Floor-to-ceiling windows provide stunning views of Retail High Ceilings 18"
Biscayne Bay and the city. 18 spaces assigned operated by
Parking
valet free of charges.
Sitting in the middle of all Miami has to
Developer The Related Group
offer, Brickell Heights is located in the heart of
Miamis dynamic Brickell neighborhood at the Stories 50 stories
crossroads of Southwest 9th Street and South Miami Units 358 Units
Avenue directly across from Brickell CityCentre, a 5
Status Under Construction
million square foot luxury retail and lifestyle
destination. Only 2 miles from dowtown Museum Park, Rent Abatement Available
PAMM, and American Airlines Arena. Short drive to Available
TI
the Design District and Wynwood. Will depend on tenant credit

OPTION TO PURCHASE | $10.5 M


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BUILDING FEATURES

Next to Miamis first Soul Cycle Studio Exclusive residents only roof top Sky Pool deck

with breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay and Miami


Outside Area Available
Skyline
Double Entrance (Can split into 2 exterior doors)
High performance fitness studio
Grease Tramp Space
35,000 Sq.Ft. 3 stories Equinox Gym
Dramatic double-height Lobby designed by David
Two beautifully designed Entertainment Rooms
Rockwell
available for private social and business events
World class faade installation by renowned

Argentinean artist Fabian Burgos


IN THE CENTER OF THE FINANCIAL DISTRICT
Its exceptionally easy to walk to work with 35,000 square
High-design condominiums with extraordinary feet of elegantly designed corporate
office suites within Brickell Heights, which is in the heart of
contemporary finishes one of the largest and most
influential financial districts in the United States.

Luxuriously landscaped Pool terrace at the 9th floor

with three pools including a lap

Pool for Equinox members

Elegantly appointed screening room available for

private screenings
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CONDO UNITS ARE NOW SOLD OUT! NOW SOLD OUT!
TAKING BRICKELL
Brickell Heights the highly-anticipated condo project TO NEW HEIGHTS
being built on the edge of Brickell City Centre is now SOLD
OUT!

The towers of Brickell Heights are a pair of breathtaking


towers designed by internationally renowned architectur-
al firm Arquitectonica. Among the highlights of Brickell
Heights are expansive glass terraces in every residence,
a dramatic double-height lobby designed by award-win-
ning architect David Rockwell, an onsite 35,000 sf Equi-
nox Fitness Club & Spa and a 3,500-square foot SoulCy-
cle studio, the first in Miami.

The residences of Brickell Heights are delivered in move-in


condition. The wide terraces are directly accessible from
every room through floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors.
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LOCATION
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LOCATION MAP
1 SLS Lux (under construction)

2 1100 Millecento:

Level One

Freddo

Casa De Montecristo by Prime Cigar &


Whiskey Bar

Italian Pizzeta

Towers by Foster + Partners (pro-


3
posed)

4 Panorama Tower (under construction)


17 5 SLS Brickell:
16 Bazaar Mar by Jose Andres at SLS
Brickell
29
Fi'lia

30 6 Mandarin Hotel

7 Azul Rest
14 18 12 8 La Mar Rest.

15 28 9 Cipriani
13 10 Cantina La Veinte
9 11 W Hotel
11 12 Il Gabiano Rest.
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13 Zuma
BRICKELL 27
CITY CENTRE 14 JW Marriot

Brickell 15 Hyatt
Heights 1 25 7 8 16 SkyRise (proposed)

24 26 6 17 Bayfront Park
Mary Brickell
Village 18 Whole Food Market
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2 4 19 Crazy About You Rest.

19 20 Conrad Hotel
23 21 Four Seasons
3
22 Novecento Brickell
5 22 20
23 Morton's

24 PF Chang
21 25 Komodo

26 Coya Rest.

27 Truluck

28 Wolfans Steakhouse

29 Cviche 105

30 Embarcadero 31

31 Flatiron (under construction)


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AERIAL VIEW

BRICKELL
CITY CENTRE
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ARTISTIC RENDERINGS
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RETAIL PHOTOS
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RETAIL PHOTOS
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RETAIL FLOOR PLAN


a Next to SOULCYCLE a Outside Area Availabe
aGrease Tramp Space a Double Entrance - Can split into two retail spaces

Available Space
8,015 SF
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RETAIL FLOOR PLAN SPLIT OPTION


a Next to SOULCYCLE
aGrease Tramp Space
a Outside Area Availabe

Total SQFT 2,451

Total SQFT 5,599

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NEW DEVELOPMENTS

Brickell City Centre


Brickell City Centre is a $1.05 billion shopping and mixed-use project.
9.1 acres along South Miami Avenue between Eighth Street and Sixth Street
5.4 million square feet of office, residential, hotel, retail and entertainment space, in addition to a two-level underground
parking garage that spans seven acres below the property
An environmentally progressive Climate Ribbon architectural feature that will provide innovative climate control so
shoppers can walk in comfort between stores and restaurants
Incorporates key transportation centers with the Miami Metromover while offering easy access to Interstate 95

The Underline
The green area under the Metrorail line in Brickell has historically been the dividing line between East Brickell and West Bric-
kell, but will soon be a thriving park area reminiscent of Manhattans High Line. The co-designers of the famed park have un-
veiled a master plan for the green area under the rail line stretching from the Miami River all the way to Dadeland.

Panorama
To be the tallest residential building on the eastern seaboard south of New York, Panorama Tower will rise 83 stories over the
Miami skyline, as an iconic, global landmark.

All Aboard Florida


All Aboard Florida is a passenger rail project connecting Miami to Orlando with stops in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm
Beach. Service between West Palm Beach and Miami begins in 2017, with full-service from Orlando to Miami following later
that year.At the epicenter of it all, is All Aboard Floridas Miami Grand Central Station. This massive elevated station plan in-
cludes thousands of square feet of retail, residential, and office space.

Miami Worldcenter
Miami Worldcenter is one of the largest private master-planned projects in the United States, featuring a diversity of urban
land use, including retail, hospitality, and residential space.
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BRICKELL MIAMIS FASTEST-GROWING HUB
One of the most significant reasons why we have seen such an increase 150+
in population within Downtown and Brickell (population grew from
Luxury Stores
106,392 to 122,464 between 2015-2019) is that these neighborhoods
have become a much better place to live: 35,000+

BETTER TRANSPORTATION vehicles per day along Brickell Ave/US-1

2,500+
The metro mover has extended from Brickell directly to the airport. The
Brickell Trolley, a free trolley service around the neighborhood, started parking spaces
in 2012 and has been incredibly popular & widely used.
7,400+
COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT Hotel rooms & Luxury Condos

Significant amounts of Commercial property was acquired in Brickell 15.5 M


and Downtown with 18 million sq. ft. of class A and B office space and
Annual visitors to Miami-Dade County
2.5 million sq. ft. of retail space. The Port of Miami is chartering more
than $2 billion in infrastructures development. Commercial properties $25 Billion
in midtown and downtown have increased in value significantly as so
in direct expenditure from visitors in 2015
many businesses moved into the area.
32,580
INFRASTRUCTURE
Businesses within 5 miles

A Whole foods has opened in Downtown as well as a future cinema. 353,900


Downtown is now home to the Perez Art Museum and future planetarium.
In the last 12 months, new supermarkets in the Midtown area have Employees within 5 miles
opened as well as over 30 new restaurants in Downtown, Midtown and
443,287
Brickell. Brickell City Center is the future home to new luxury retail
stores, and residents. Designer stores in the Design District and Midtown Residential populaton within 5 miles
will continue to make this a highly desirable neighborhood and add
value to the surrounding condos.
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Demographics
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Executive Summary Executive Summary
111 NE 1st St, Miami, Florida, 33132 Prepared by Esri 111 NE 1st St, Miami, Florida, 33132 Prepared by Esri
Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 25.77518 Rings: 1, 3, 5 mile radii Latitude: 25.77518
Longitude: -80.19177 Longitude: -80.19177
1 mile 3 miles 5 miles 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Population Median Household Income
2000 Population 23,340 169,029 404,717 2016 Median Household Income $50,917 $35,199 $34,681
2010 Population 40,991 201,335 440,540 2021 Median Household Income $57,392 $39,219 $37,618
2016 Population 55,952 228,675 478,574 2016-2021 Annual Rate 2.42% 2.19% 1.64%
2021 Population 63,874 248,044 510,648 Average Household Income
2000-2010 Annual Rate 5.79% 1.76% 0.85% 2016 Average Household Income $76,844 $60,439 $59,290
2010-2016 Annual Rate 5.10% 2.06% 1.33% 2021 Average Household Income $84,340 $66,545 $64,983
2016-2021 Annual Rate 2.68% 1.64% 1.31% 2016-2021 Annual Rate 1.88% 1.94% 1.85%
2016 Male Population 52.8% 51.1% 50.4% Per Capita Income
2016 Female Population 47.2% 48.9% 49.6%
2016 Per Capita Income $41,335 $26,948 $25,544
2016 Median Age 34.8 37.8 38.6
2021 Per Capita Income $45,522 $29,782 $27,990
In the identified area, the current year population is 478,574. In 2010, the Census count in the area was 440,540. The rate of change since 2016-2021 Annual Rate 1.95% 2.02% 1.85%
2010 was 1.33% annually. The five-year projection for the population in the area is 510,648 representing a change of 1.31% annually from Households by Income
2016 to 2021. Currently, the population is 50.4% male and 49.6% female.
Current median household income is $34,681 in the area, compared to $54,149 for all U.S. households. Median household income is
Median Age projected to be $37,618 in five years, compared to $59,476 for all U.S. households
The median age in this area is 34.8, compared to U.S. median age of 38.0.
Current average household income is $59,290 in this area, compared to $77,008 for all U.S. households. Average household income is
Race and Ethnicity projected to be $64,983 in five years, compared to $84,021 for all U.S. households
2016 White Alone 76.5% 77.4% 71.9%
2016 Black Alone 12.8% 12.0% 19.2% Current per capita income is $25,544 in the area, compared to the U.S. per capita income of $29,472. The per capita income is projected to
be $27,990 in five years, compared to $32,025 for all U.S. households
2016 American Indian/Alaska Native Alone 0.4% 0.5% 0.4%
2016 Asian Alone 2.7% 1.5% 1.3% Housing
2016 Pacific Islander Alone 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 2000 Total Housing Units 12,004 74,301 182,918
2016 Other Race 4.5% 5.4% 4.3% 2000 Owner Occupied Housing Units 1,498 18,413 53,411
2016 Two or More Races 3.1% 3.2% 2.9% 2000 Renter Occupied Housing Units 8,270 47,420 107,058
2016 Hispanic Origin (Any Race) 63.3% 74.9% 66.5% 2000 Vacant Housing Units 2,236 8,468 22,449
Persons of Hispanic origin represent 66.5% of the population in the identified area compared to 17.9% of the U.S. population. Persons of 2010 Total Housing Units 28,114 102,524 221,498
Hispanic Origin may be of any race. The Diversity Index, which measures the probability that two people from the same area will be from 2010 Owner Occupied Housing Units 4,243 22,420 59,063
different race/ethnic groups, is 69.2 in the identified area, compared to 63.5 for the U.S. as a whole. 2010 Renter Occupied Housing Units 16,596 62,815 124,827
Households 2010 Vacant Housing Units 7,275 17,289 37,608
2000 Households 9,768 65,833 160,469 2016 Total Housing Units 37,212 117,757 241,187
2010 Households 20,839 85,235 183,890 2016 Owner Occupied Housing Units 4,965 21,749 54,935
2016 Total Households 29,673 99,525 201,866 2016 Renter Occupied Housing Units 24,708 77,776 146,932
2021 Total Households 34,091 108,808 216,020 2016 Vacant Housing Units 7,539 18,232 39,321
2000-2010 Annual Rate 7.87% 2.62% 1.37% 2021 Total Housing Units 41,580 127,195 256,316
2010-2016 Annual Rate 5.82% 2.51% 1.50% 2021 Owner Occupied Housing Units 5,490 23,173 57,708
2016-2021 Annual Rate 2.81% 1.80% 1.36% 2021 Renter Occupied Housing Units 28,601 85,635 158,312
2016 Average Household Size 1.83 2.24 2.33 2021 Vacant Housing Units 7,489 18,387 40,296

The household count in this area has changed from 183,890 in 2010 to 201,866 in the current year, a change of 1.50% annually. The five- Currently, 22.8% of the 241,187 housing units in the area are owner occupied; 60.9%, renter occupied; and 16.3% are vacant. Currently,
year projection of households is 216,020, a change of 1.36% annually from the current year total. Average household size is currently 2.33, in the U.S., 55.4% of the housing units in the area are owner occupied; 32.9% are renter occupied; and 11.7% are vacant. In 2010, there
compared to 2.34 in the year 2010. The number of families in the current year is 103,842 in the specified area. were 221,498 housing units in the area - 26.7% owner occupied, 56.4% renter occupied, and 17.0% vacant. The annual rate of change in
housing units since 2010 is 3.86%. Median home value in the area is $278,058, compared to a median home value of $198,891 for the U.S.
In five years, median value is projected to change by 0.85% annually to $290,041.

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Data Note: Income is expressed in current dollars
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2016 and 2021. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

Data Note: Income is expressed in current dollars Data Note: Income is expressed in current dollars
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2016 and 2021. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2016 and 2021. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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Demographics
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Source: 2016 Kalibrate Technologies
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Demographics Demographics
DRIVE TIME MAP MAJOR SHOPPING CENTER MAP

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Source: 2016 Kalibrate Technologies
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