Located on Miami’s Biscayne Bay—just south of Downtown and north of Coconut Grove—Brickell has long been regarded as the city’s tony financial district, a strip of gleaming skyscrapers that contained luxury hotels and numerous corporate headquarters. Today’s Brickell has all that, but has become diversified; now, the upscale neighborhood is a place to live, dine and play.
When urban planners, developers and commentators predict that Miami will become an increasingly walkable city with vibrant street life and a range of interesting storefronts, they aren’t talking about Brickell’s future. It’s already here. “For people who want that New York-style vibe and accessibility,” says Marco Tiné, CEO of Casa Collection Realty,
“Brickell is the ticket.”