Espirito Santo Plaza – 300,000 square feet of class “A” office space, the luxury Conrad Miami hotel with ballroom and meeting facilities and specialty retail/restaurant space. Welcome to a fully equipped health club and luxury condominium residences overlooking the soaring 11 story atrium.
Located on a full city block fronting at 1395 Brickell Avenue, in the heart of Miami’s international financial market, Espirito Santo Plaza’s main tower occupies a forward position on the site. With its simple, elegant lines and sculptured exterior, the building welcomes visitors with a dramatic 36 story concave figural arch, beautifully symbolizing the gateway to Latin America.
Water in all of its sparkling, cascading forms is an integral part of the aesthetics of the building and the theme of moving water can be experienced at numerous points throughout the complex.
The main entrances to the building is on Brickell Avenue from the west and from an internal access road and pedestrian bridge from the east. Pedestrians on Brickell Avenue will cross a stately tree lined plaza, as well as a bridge that traverses a curved reflection pond along the base of the building. The east entrances originate from the parking garage and from the pedestrian and valet drop off areas. They then circulate traffic through the glass enclosed water court into the main elevator lobbies.
Accessible from Brickell Avenue or via the motor court, the tower’s ground level contains the banking lobby, Conrad Miami access and restaurant/retail facilities. One level above, the lobby for office tenants features a majestic four-story, glass-sheathed water court complete with a translucent glass-bottomed reflecting pool above the main vehicular access. The covered pedestrian bridge to the adjacent parking garage is also located on this second level.
A 25th floor 11-story atrium separates the hotel suites from the condominium residences and contains the Conrad Miami’s lobby, restaurant and lounge.
Espirito Santo Plaza is just minutes away from Miami International Airport, The Port of Miami, Bayside Marketplace, South Beach and the business & entertainment centers of Coral Gables and Coconut Grove.