Brickell Neighborhood Guide

Brickell Neighborhood Guide

Welcome to the “Manhattan of the South” - meaning, everybody wants to be here!

Multicultural · Upscale · Desirable · Happening · Multifaceted

Brickell is located just south of Downtown Miami. Although it has traditionally been recognized as a financial district or “Wall Street South”, the recent heavy development of many high-rises, luxury condominiums, and apartment towers, as well as Mary Brickell Village and Brickell City Center, made it a well-rounded neighborhood.

Everybody wants to live here! With a fast-growing young population, Brickell is Miami's most dense and dynamic area. Professionals and business owners love to live and play in this pedestrian-friendly financial and entertainment hub.

Brickell Avenue and Miami Avenue are home to many hot restaurants, shops, and entertainment spots. Locals also love Brickell Key which is a lovely gated island of lavish, high-rise residential and hotel buildings, located right across the bay from Brickell.

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Brickell Ave is called the avenue of banks for a reason. There are many international banks, big-name offices, and modern apartments here, located in beautiful, glossy skyscrapers.

Brickell is all about the upscale amenities and many buildings offer a large, stylish oasis you’re not going to want to leave.

Just walking around Brickell in the afternoon makes you feel like you’re part of the professional, classy, and youthful crowd. It’s a pleasure to simply stroll or ride in a convertible car down Brickell Ave and take in all the impressive views. Some big decisions are being made behind those sleek windows every day. It’s the pulse of Miami and South Florida.

At night, locals head to Mary Brickell Village, packed with delectable restaurants and bars. You can truly feel the rhythm of Miami here, with most residents dressed to the nines. And the party doesn’t stop till 5 am in some places like Blue Martini. You hear Latin beats everywhere you go, and there are many spots for dancing. It’s a perfect place to see and to be seen.

The most discerning residents love to hang out at the newest, state-of-the-art, open-air Brickell City Center, bursting with high-end retail and dining choices. Here, people love to try some of the most exquisite foods and drinks, indulge in the finest chocolates, watch a sports game, or have an elevated movie experience at the CMX Cinemas.

Fave spots

You can’t miss La Mar which is a high-end Peruvian restaurant with sensational water and city views on Brickell Key.

Other notable bayfront picks are Cantina La Veinte (Mexican), American Social, and Crazy About You (Mediterranean).

Fleming’s Steakhouse is for the real meat connoisseur, and Hutong is a new elegant venue offering sophisticated Northern Chinese fare in chic surroundings.

Things to know

Many young people have been using electric scooters such as Bird, Lime, etc. It’s a quick and cheap way to get around Brickell without having to drive or get an Uber. You can rent one on the spot with an app and drop it off at many convenient locations.

You can also take Metromover – a free, elevated train that connects Brickell to Downtown Miami.

The area is very walkable and if you live and work here, you don’t even need a car. Parking can be a hassle, especially on the weekends.

Frequently Asked Questions

Brickell is known for its many luxury, high-rise apartment buildings as well as dining and entertainment options. Some of Miami's most popular restaurants, bars, & nightclubs are located in Brickell.
The average rent in Brickell, Miami is $3,371 based on the last 3 months of data.
The average apartment size in Brickell, Miami is 855ft² based on the last 3 months of data.
The lowest monthly rent in Brickell over the past 3 months is $2,049 for a studio apartment, and the most expensive unit is $9,065 for a 3 bedroom apartment.
There are 95 units available for rent in Brickell, Miami as of 6 hours ago.

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