Sterling Bay Joins Key International As Co-Developer Of 848 Brickell

Key International, led by Diego and Inigo Ardid, announced Sterling Bay, a national real estate development firm known for its pioneering approach to developing award-winning creative offices, as the co-development partner of 848 Brickell, a Class A creative office and retail tower proposed in Miami’s Brickell submarket.

Sterling Bay joins Key International in developing plans for this project, which, pursuant to zoning approval by Miami-Dade County, will soar 51 stories in the heart of Miami’s bustling Financial District, with plans for the Class A tower to include 750,000 square feet of creative offices, structured parking for 1,000 vehicles and 7,500 square feet of ground-level retail space.

“We strategically selected Sterling Bay as our co-development partner at 848 Brickell to bring their expertise in creating world-class offices to this exciting new project,” said Diego Ardid, Co-President at Key International. “We’re confident that their involvement will ensure 848 Brickell represents the next generation of modern workspaces in South Florida.”

With a reputation for redefining the workplace experience through innovative design, amenities, and functionality, Sterling Bay consistently delivers creative offices for globally recognized tenants, including Google, McDonald’s, Dyson, WPP, Boston Consulting Group, and Greenberg Traurig. The firm’s impressive portfolio includes a pipeline of $20 billion in transformative urban campuses that have reimagined entire communities and reshaped how people perceive and engage with office spaces.

Sterling Bay has developed workplace environments for over twenty years, partnering with global architecture and design leaders to create spaces that foster productivity, collaboration, and employee well-being. In 2019, Sterling Bay completed its first Miami office development, 545wyn, which marked Wynwood’s first-ever Class A office building, sparking a boom in Wynwood’s commercial activity, and bringing major tenants to the submarket, including Sony Music, PwC, MIAX, Gensler, and Slalom.




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