If you are a young professional, empty nester or want to live where you work, Brickell offers a unique urban juxtaposition of high-rise living, office space and neighborhood amenities.
Sometimes known as the “Manhattan of the South,” Brickell is home to the largest
number of international banks in the United States. As a Brickell resident, you’ll enjoy a vibrant, pedestrian friendly neighborhood, boasting high-rise luxury condo buildings with spectacular views. The two main avenues, Brickell Avenue and Miami Avenue, are lined
with enough shops, restaurants and clubs to keep you endlessly occupied. You’ll also discover the romantic magic of a stroll along the brick-pavered waterfront path on Brickell Bay Drive. Hop aboard the MetroBus, MetroMover, MetroRail or the Brickell Shuttle for a quick and easy trip around the city.
Abokado, Acqua, Andu, Archie’s Pizza, Atrio, Azul, Badrutt’s Place, Baja Fresh, Balans,
Big Fish, Blu Pizza e Cucina, Blue Martini, Café Sambal, Capital Grille, Chicken Kitchen, Chicken-N-Grill, Deli Lane, Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita, Finnegans on the River, Grimpa Steakhouse, Gordon Biersch, Brewery, Indochine, Marinheiro, Miss Saigon, Morton’s, Steakhouse, Novecento Restaurant & Bar, Paciugo Gelato, Pasha’s, Perricone’s Marketplace & Café, P.F. Chang’s, Pleduck Pizzza, Porcão, Provence Grill, River Oyster Bar, Roma Organic Gelato, Rosa Mexicano, Rosinella’s, Salad Creations, Starbucks, Subway, Sushi Siam, and The Oceanaire Seafood Room.
14 Thirty Five, Badrutt’s Place, Bahia, Blue
Martini, Bricks Bar, Level 25, M-Bar, Red
Bar Gallery, Tobacco Road, Segafredo Brickell, and
Mary Brickell Park and Simpson Park.