The Orlando Business Journal reports on the beginning of the second phase of construction of All Aboard Florida’s Brightline. The 235-mile rail network, which will ultimately connect South Florida to Central Florida, will feature three stations designed by SOM in association with Zyscovich Architects.
The Real Deal features recent photos of the West Palm Beach station of All Aboard Florida's Brightline, an extended rail network currently under development. The station is one of three designed by SOM in association with Zyscovich Architects.
Miami Today spotlights All Aboard Florida's Brightline in a report on rail service in the city. A proposed airspace easement would make possible the connection from MiamiCentral, one of three stations designed by SOM in association with Zyscovich Architects, to the adjacent Metrorail Station.
The Architect's Newspaper highlights Brightline, a 235-mile-long network of rail lines in Florida. The project includes three stations—in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach—designed by SOM in association with Zyscovich Architects.
Architectural Record spotlights All Aboard Florida, a privately owned and operated passenger rail system that will connect South Florida to Central Florida. The 235-mile network of rail lines will include SOM-designed stations in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach.
The Miami Herald reports on construction progress at All Aboard Florida's MiamiCentral train station. SOM's design responds to a challenging, dense site by elevating the railways and creating a landmark terminal that incorporates commercial and residential development.
On October 11th, 2016, SOM Managing Director Kristopher Takács will participate in the conference "Rail-Volution: Building Livable Communities with Transit." Joining a panel discussion on high-speed rail, Takács will speak about lessons learned from All Aboard Florida as an economic driver for its region.
ABC 10 News in Florida reports on a construction milestone for All Aboard Florida's new Brightline train station in Fort Lauderdale. A ceremony marked the completion of the exterior structure of the 27,500-square-foot station, planned and designed by SOM in association with Zyscovich Architects.
Miami Today highlights how SOM's intermodal Miami train station is poised to create a connection between All Aboard Florida's Brightline express and the Tri-Rail commuter service. The Miami hub will allow for travel to Orlando, stopping at SOM-designed stations in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.
The Miami Herald reports on All Aboard Florida's new anchor tenants for its Miami station—Ernst & Young LLP and Regus. Designed by SOM, the station elevates railways 50 feet in the air, allowing thru-streets to remain open to traffic and creating a bold landmark terminal.
Engineering News-Record Southeast reports on All Aboard Florida's passenger rail system, the only privately-funded infrastructure project of its kind in the United States today. Three SOM-designed stations will be key portals within the 235-mile rail network.
On February 25th, 2016, SOM Associate Directors Kristopher Takács and Olin McKenzie will present and discuss the design of All Aboard Florida. The event is organized by the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee of the New York Chapter of the AIA.
This week, All Aboard Florida unveiled Brightline as the brand for its future express train travel service. The 235-mile network of rail lines will connect South and Central Florida and create new urban destinations centered around the SOM-designed stations in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach.
The Real Deal highlights current construction progress on the SOM-designed All Aboard Florida Miami station. When complete, the 235-mile rail network will connect South Florida to Central Florida, providing a vital new service for Florida residents and visitors.
Fast Company magazine announced today that All Aboard Florida has won a 2015 Innovation by Design Award. All Aboard Florida is a 235-mile rail network that connects South Florida to Central Florida, providing a vital new service for Florida residents and visitors.
Construction began today on All Aboard Florida’s West Palm Beach Station. The 60,000-square-foot structure is one of three stations planned and designed by SOM for the transformational new rail network. This groundbreaking comes just weeks after construction commenced at the Fort Lauderdale Station.
Construction recently began on All Aboard Florida’s Fort Lauderdale Station. The 27,500-square-foot structure is one of three stations planned and designed by SOM for the transformational new rail network. Passenger service is anticipated to begin in late 2016.
The Miami Herald reports on the impact of the future All Aboard Florida Miami station. According to the article, the transit hub, planned and designed by SOM, “would turn a drab stretch of downtown into a bustling fulcrum of transportation and human activity.”
Architects + Artisans features All Aboard Florida, the transformational SOM-designed infrastructure project that will connect central and southern Florida with 235 miles of railroad tracks.” It may be the most ambitious intercity passenger rail project in the nation today,” writes the author.
In a ceremony today, the design for All Aboard Florida’s new West Palm Beach station was revealed. This marks the third and final SOM passenger station for the rail network, which are also coming to Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
Palm Beach Post takes a look at the recently revealed design for SOM’s All Aboard Florida West Palm Beach station. The new facility will be located on a 2.5 acre site in the heart of the city’s downtown.
Curbed Miami reports on the public debut of SOM’s design for All Aboard Florida’s West Palm Beach station. The structure will be composed of stacked concrete and glass volumes supported by striking V-braces.
WPTV West Palm Beach’s cameras captured this morning’s unveiling of designs for All Aboard Florida’s West Palm Beach station. The structure will serve as an urban landmark that will enrich the city’s growing downtown.
The Architect’s Newspaper features SOM’s All Aboard Florida’s West Palm Beach station. Recently unveiled, the building shares the same design aesthetic and planning strategy as the rail network’s Miami and Ft. Lauderdale stations, also designed by SOM.
All Aboard Florida’s West Palm Beach station was recently featured in the New Times Broward-Palm Beach. Olin McKenzie, Senior Design Architect, explains that the structure will sit as an “urban icon” within the city’s downtown.
SOM’s design for All Aboard Florida’s Fort Lauderdale station was featured recently on Inhabitat. Unveiled earlier this month, the train terminal be a new landmark in the port city.
Building Design + Construction reports on SOM’s recently unveiled All Aboard Florida Fort Lauderdale station. The elevated station will feature a sequence of stacked glass boxes that will span across NW 2nd Street in the port city’s downtown district.
The Architect’s Newspaper features the newly unveiled All Aboard Florida Fort Lauderdale Station. The 27,500-square-foot station’s stacked, dynamic form evokes a feeling of movement.
Railway Track & Structures Magazine highlights SOM's newly unveiled train terminal for Fort Lauderdale, part of All Aboard Florida's 235-mile rail network. Creating a sense of overall unity for the entire transportation network – while conveying a sense of identity for each individual station – is one of the project's primary design goals.
In a ceremony today, the designs for All Aboard Florida’s new Fort Lauderdale station were unveiled. In addition to the Fort Lauderdale station, SOM is also planning and designing All Aboard Florida’s passenger stations in Miami and West Palm Beach.
SOM’s design for All Aboard Florida’s Miami station is highlighted in this month’s Civil Engineering magazine. Describing the shimmering hub, Design Partner Roger Duffy explains, “We wanted to create something that was iconic at the scale of the city.”
The Architect’s Newspaper features the newly unveiled All Aboard Florida Miami Station. Measuring 1,000 feet in length, the station is elevated 50 feet in the air, with retail spaces layered vertically beneath the soaring tracks.
CityLab shines the spotlight on SOM's new multimodal hub in Miami, which will plug into a 235-mile rail network managed by All Aboard Florida. The transportation project, connecting South Florida to Orlando, is the only privately owned, operated, and financed effort of its kind under development in the United States.
Three recent SOM transportation projects are featured in Gizmodo’s roundup of stations poised to transform rail transit in the United States. All Aboard Florida, Denver Union Station, and SOM’s vision for Penn Station are spotlighted as projects “bringing the drama and glamour back to train travel.”
The newly unveiled All Aboard Florida Miami Station was featured recently on designboom. The shimmering hub, designed by SOM, is elevated 50 feet in the air with retail spaces layered beneath.
SOM’s All Aboard Florida Miami Station is featured today on ArchDaily. The project, which recently made its public debut, is described by SOM Design Partner Roger Duffy as “a true celebration of the power and potential of transit-oriented development.”
In a ceremony today, the designs for All Aboard Florida’s new multimodal hub in Miami were unveiled. In addition to the Miami project, SOM is planning and designing passenger stations in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.