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The Brickell Real Estate

Last updated: March 15, 2021 | March 14, 2009 | Liam Evans

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  • Brickell Area Public Schools
  • Brickell Area Private Schools
  • Brickell Area Links

The area's famous 'work, live and play' lifestyle attracts residents looking for luxury Miami condos with a different flare.

Miami's Brickell

Miami's Brickell neighborhood is rich with history and Miami luxury real estate, yet it's growing like never before. Brickell's legacy began in the late 1800s when Mary and William Brickell settled in an area south of the Miami River. As Brickell Avenue and its surrounding neighborhood progressed, it quickly became known as the home of Miami and South Florida's financial district. It is often referred to as the 'Manhattan of the South,' because of its claim to the largest concentration of international banks in the United States.

However, although the Brickell area historically has a widespread reputation as a financial district, in recent years, the construction of numerous condominiums and apartment towers has brought new attention to the area. Prior to the recent building boom, lower Brickell was the portion of the area known for Miami luxury real estate, which includes well-known luxury homes and Miami condos on 'Millionaire's Row' located east of Brickell Avenue and Brickell Key, an island of upscale high-rise residential and hotel towers, located just east of the northeastern side of Brickell.

Today, Brickell is perhaps the fastest growing neighborhood in Miami as evidenced by its rapidly changing skyline. These Miami condos are sought-after by residents looking to live in a neighborhood where they virtually never have to leave. This 'work, live, play lifestyle that the Brickell area offers has brought renewed attention to the area. Some of the newer condominium buildings include:

  • Jade
  • Four Seasons
  • Icon
  • Skyline on Brickell
  • Axis
  • Vue at Brickell
  • Asia
  • Brickell on River
  • The Plaza
  • Espirito Santo
  • Infinity at Brickell

In addition to its increasing popularity as a residential neighborhood, the one-time business district is now a popular attraction for locals and tourists. Now many of South Florida's top restaurants, shops, and places of entertainment are a part of the Miami luxury real estate in Brickell. One such attraction is Mary Brickell Village, which includes such eateries, retailers, and services as:

  • Grimpa Steakhouse
  • P.F. Chang's
  • Rosa Mexicano
  • Sowinski Jewelers
  • Edward Beiner
  • Studio LX
  • Vertigo
  • FedEx Kinkos
  • Region's Bank

With area amenities such as these, it's no wonder that over 25,000 residents currently call one of these Miami condos their home. If you are interested in becoming a part of Brickell's growing population, either as a resident or as an investor, consider veteran real estate agent Mauricio Barba as your best ally. One of Miami's top real estate agents, Barba has been awarded Coldwell Banker's International President's Elite status. His background in marketing and psychology combined with his fluency in English and Spanish is an asset to his clients. In addition, Barba's International Marketing System has enabled him to broaden his sphere of influence overseas, targeting international buyers.

Brickell Area Public Schools

  • Coral Way K-8 Center
  • Southside Elementary
  • Coconut Grove Elementary
  • Ponce de Leon Middle School
  • Shenandoah Middle
  • Miami Senior High School
  • Broker T. Washington

Brickell Area Private Schools

  • Downtown Miami Charter School
  • Beth David Gordon School
  • Sts. Peter & Paul School
  • Jose Marti School
  • City of Miami
  • Brickell Area Association
Liam Evans | Liam Evans is a freelance writer and social media manager who specializes in assisting finance professionals and Fintech entrepreneurs in growing their online audience and attracting more paying customers. Liam worked as a bank teller and virtual assistant for financial firms in the United States and the United Kingdom for six years before beginning her writing career.

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