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BRICKELL

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Just over the bridge from Downtown Miami, flush with new residents and businesses every day is Brickell, Miami’s fastest growing neighborhood growing from 40,000 residents in 2000 to over 70,000 as of 2009. The height of luxury, Brickell is home to three dozen beautiful, modern residential towers that are an integral part of the gorgeous Miami skyline. They include amenities such as game rooms, saunas, fitness centers and are complete with sleek modern apartments, large balconies with breathtaking views. Located 10 minutes from Miami Beach and directly south of Downtown, Brickell is ideally located for both work and play. But Brickell is not all fun in the sun. It is also Miami’s Financial District with 19 million square feet of high-rise office space. Over one hundred thousand people come to work in Brickell each day, and many stay through the night to play.

In addition to sitting on the edge of the water, Brickell hosts an ever growing number of fine restaurants  and bars. Brickell hosts some of Miami’s finest restaurants and you can find many after hour hotspots in Mary Brickell Village. Some of the local favorites include Novecento, Truluck’s, Capital Grille, P.F. Chang’s, The Oceanaire, Rosa Mexicano and Sushi MakiDolores but You Can Call Me Lolita, a renovated former fire station built in 1920s Mediterrean  Revivial style, offers gourmet dining and wine in addition to a panoramic view of the Miami skyline. The Burger and Beer Joint offers delicious new twists on the traditional burger with a selection of 99 beers and a build-your-own-burger menu. By night, trendy Mary Brickell village transforms into the the hub of Brickell’s sophisticated nightlife, housing choice Miami hot spots such as CavasFado and Blue Martini, a popular favorite among locals. If you’re looking for a sophisticated nightspot to rub shoulders with some of Miami’s elite then Club 50 is the spot. A lounge located on the 50th floor of the Viceroy hotel just across from Downtown Miami, it offers a spectacular viewpoint found only in Brickell, and features signature cocktails. The oldest bar in Miami is Tobacco Road, where you can usually hear live music.

The ideal place for work and play, Brickell is also diverse enough to be home to families. With two dozen schools, just as many private as there are public as well as Florida International University’s Downtown Campus, this bustling city can accommodate everyone no matter what age you are. A 31,000 square foot  Publix sits in the heart of Brickell, as well as Signature LA Fitness, Starbucks, several boutique shops, such as novelty barbershop Razzle Dazzle and Blush. This neighborhood fits all the amenities one could need into one centrally located and dynamic area.

A brief history:
As you cross the bridge from Downtown Miami into Brickell you are greeted with the statue of a Tequesta. The Tequesta Indians were one of the first inhabitants of the areas surrounding Biscayne Bay, including Brickell Point, located at the mouth of the Miami River. Locals became reminded of their history in 1998 when property developer Michael Baumann began developing a site on 401 Brickell Avenue and discovered, after a routine archeological survey, an ancient Tequesta site. The archeological find turned out to eb a perfect circle of 24 holes cut into the limestone bedrock containing a large number of artifacts ranging from shell-tools, stone axe-heads, human teeth, bones and evidence of fires. This perfect circle is known today as the Miami Circle. As a reference point, the luxury condo building, Icon Brickell, is located adjacent to the Miami Circle.

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