Welcome to Brickell

Rooftop bars are the focal point of Miami's financial hub

The modern high-rise buildings that make up the Miami skyline are in Brickell, the financial district of the thriving city. The trendy area features five-star hotels and some of the best nightclubs, restaurants, and upscale shopping venues in South Florida. Many Brickell residences consist of condo complexes that offer an impressive array of luxury amenities and breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay.

Known as "Wall Street South," Brickell is home to the headquarters of more than 50 financial firms and banks. Just south of downtown Miami, the Brickell Avenue Bridge connects to the upscale Coconut Grove neighborhood.

The towering city buildings accentuated by palm trees create a tropical city paradise only minutes from the Atlantic Ocean.

What to Love

  • The financial hub of a thriving city
  • Art galleries, upscale boutiques, and first-class amenities
  • Vibrant nightlife
  • Chic rooftop bars with incredible skyline views


Local Lifestyle

Brickell Avenue is the heartbeat of the financial district. Rooftop bars are plentiful, catering to financiers during the day and partygoers by night. Some of Miami's best restaurants are in Brickell, and waterfront parks and upscale shopping venues are plentiful.

Most people that live and work in Brickell find it enjoyable to unwind in the many eclectic venues throughout the city. Visitors also flock to the area after hours, and long lines on the sidewalk for popular hotspots are not uncommon.

Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

The Brickell City Centre is the highlight of Brickell, featuring an upscale multi-level modern retail venue with plenty of extravagant options for shopping, fine dining, and entertainment.

The Mary Brickell Village is a contemporary oasis in the lively city. The open-air center offers trendy shops, local events, and vibrant nightlife. World-class dining includes Toscana Divino, a highly-regarded restaurant featuring Tuscan and Italian cuisine, such as the world-renowned Fiorentina steak.

Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita offers a rooftop dining terrace with breathtaking panoramic views of the city skyline. Located in a 1923 Mediterranean Revival firehouse, the menu features eclectic but elegant international cuisine. A live DJ and dancing fill the downstairs space. For a laid-back speakeasy vibe, the RedBar Brickell is a favorite among the business crowd.

Elcielo Miami is one of the city's chic Michelin-starred restaurants, offering gorgeous plating from Columbian Chef Juan Manuel Barrientos. The innovative over-the-top meals arouse the senses with curious presentations of molecular gastronomy to delight diners. 

Things to Do

For those looking to unwind with a few rounds of karaoke after a long day at the office, there is no better place than Sweet Caroline, which features popular happy hour specials.

There is more to do than eating and partying in Brickell. For those looking to get outside, The Miami Riverwalk Path offers spectacular skyline views and is a favorite spot for joggers, cyclists, and people out for a leisurely stroll. Simpson Park is a 7.8-acre city retreat with lush walking trails amidst a tropical hardwood hammock.
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Overview for Brickell, FL

37,876 people live in Brickell, where the median age is 35 and the average individual income is $76,267. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Demographics and Employment Data for Brickell, FL

Brickell has 20,818 households, with an average household size of 2. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Brickell do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 37,876 people call Brickell home. The population density is 57,263.605 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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