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Brickell-Miami

Brickell-Miami

800 Brickell Ave, 4th Floor, Miami, FL 33131

Brickell ranks as a fast-growing area and the third largest banking center in the US, behind New York City and Charlotte, NC. Brickell didn’t start out as a commercial center. In the last 15 years, Brickell’s entire makeup has changed, with substantial growth and development. Along with its financial center status, Brickell also houses most of Florida’s foreign consulates including Argentina, Brazil, and the United Kingdom. Brickell is Miami’s most dense neighborhood, with many upscale shopping areas. Brickell is also home to many exotic eateries. A number of ultra-luxurious hotels and condominium high-rises make Brickell a fashionable vacation destination. Brickell could be on your growing company’s trajectory, as you step into your next phase of success.

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Downtown Miami needs no introduction as the bustling center of commerce, lavish lifestyles, and the spectacular skyline view of glittering skyscrapers and scenic waterways often seen in many television shows and films. Just south of Miami’s Central Business District (CBD), financial and cultural neighborhood, Brickell features a closely-packed collection of residential luxury condominiums and apartment towers that rise to meet downtown Miami’s upscale and extravagant profile.

Brickell ranks as a fast-growing area and the third largest banking center in the US, behind New York City and Charlotte, NC. Brickell didn’t start out as a commercial center. In the early 20th century, Brickell became known as “Millionaire’s Row,” due to lavish mansions constructed by Mary Brickell on Brickell Avenue. The 1970s saw office towers, hotels, and apartments beginning to replace the neighborhood’s historic mansions. In the last 15 years, Brickell’s entire makeup has changed, with substantial growth and development.

With the influx of Latin American investment capital, the population of Brickell has doubled and now the area is home to 53 banks. Insurance and real estate companies make up 17% of Brickell’s jobs, hosting the Central American and Caribbean advisory firm, Pan American Finance and French firm, Credit Agricole, just to name a few businesses in Brickell. Along with its financial center status, Brickell also houses most of Florida’s foreign consulates including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, France, Guatemala, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, Peru, Switzerland, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Kingdom and others.

In the downtown Miami playground of the rich and famous, Brickell is Miami’s most dense neighborhood, with many upscale shopping areas, such as The Shops at Mary Brickell Village and Brickell City Center. Brickell is also home to sustainably sourced, fresh seafood restaurants and many exotic eateries. A number of ultra-luxurious hotels and condominium high-rises make Brickell a fashionable vacation destination. Brickell could be on your growing company’s trajectory, as you step into your next phase of success.

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