Brickell

What is Brickell known for?


extensive public

and pedestrian-friendly area with an extensive public transit network, Brickell (along with Downtown (Downtown Miami), Omni, and South Beach) is one of the areas in Miami where a car-free lifestyle is commonplace. Many Brickellites get around by foot, bicycle, Metromover or by taxi. The Metromover is a popular alternative to walking in the area, especially on rainy, hot or cold days, as the Metromover is free, and stations are located roughly every two blocks throughout


years construction

and high-rise residential to the east of Brickell Avenue. This area of Brickell includes the "Millionaires' Row" section of Brickell Avenue, home to many expensive residences, and home to many of Miami's most expensive apartments and condominiums, as well as some iconic Miami skyscrapers, such as the Atlantis Condominium. Although Brickell has traditionally been known as a financial district, in recent years, construction of numerous condominium and apartment towers in Brickell


main national

Public Transportation in Miami Beach is operated by Miami-Dade Transit (MDT). Along with neighborhoods such as Downtown (Downtown Miami) and Brickell, public transit is heavily used in Miami Beach, and is a vital part of city life. Although Miami Beach has no direct Metrorail (Miami Metrorail) stations, numerous Metrobus lines connect to Downtown Miami and Metrorail (i.e., the 'S' bus line). The South Beach Local (SBL) is one of the most heavily-used lines in Miami, and connects all major points of South Beach to other major bus lines in the city. Metrobus ridership in Miami Beach is high, with some of the routes such as the L and S being the busiest Metrobus routes. 2011-02_Ridership_Technical_Report.pdf '''Coconut Grove''' is the oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood (neighborhoods of Miami) of Miami, Florida in Miami-Dade County, United States. The neighborhood is roughly bound by North Prospect Drive to the south, LeJeune Road to the west, South Dixie Highway (US 1 (U.S. Route 1 in Florida)) and Rickenbacker Causeway to the north, and Biscayne Bay to the east. City of Miami official map It is south of the neighborhoods of Brickell and The Roads and east of Coral Gables (Coral Gables, Florida). The neighborhood's name has been sometimes spelled "Cocoanut Grove" but the definitive spelling "Coconut Grove" was established when the city was incorporated in 1919. Blackman, E. V. ''Miami and Dade County, Florida''. Washington, D.C.: Victor Rainbolt, 1921. The highway's northern terminus is east of Copper Harbor, Michigan, at a modest cul-de-sac near Fort Wilkins Historic State Park at the tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula in the state's Upper Peninsula. Its southern terminus is in the Brickell neighborhood of Downtown Miami at an intersection with Brickell Avenue (U.S. Route 1 (U.S. Route 1 in Florida)). It closely parallels Interstate 75 from Naples, Florida, all the way through Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)) to Chattanooga, Tennessee. Transportation Public Transportation in South Beach, along with Downtown (Downtown Miami) and Brickell, is heavily used, and is a vital part of South Beach life. Although South Beach has no direct Metrorail (Miami Metrorail) stations, numerous Metrobus lines (operated by Miami-Dade Transit), connect to Downtown


culture cultural

Miami Downtown , Brickell, and Edgewater (Edgewater (Miami)), where one area in Downtown alone saw a 2,069% increase in population in the 2010 Census. Miami is regarded as more of a multicultural mosaic (multiculturalism), than it is a melting pot, with residents still maintaining much of, or some of their cultural traits (Culture). The overall culture of Miami is heavily influenced by its large population of Hispanics, and Blacks, mainly from the Caribbean islands. Miami's


largest public

(hidden SR 90) crossing the Everglades (and forming part of the northern border of Everglades National Park) before becoming South Eighth Street in Miami-Dade County (Miami-Dade County, Florida), famous as '''Calle Ocho''' in the Little Havana section of Miami, before ending east of Miami Avenue at Brickell Avenue in Brickell, Downtown Miami. Public transportation Miami-Dade Transit (MDT) is the largest public transit agency in Florida, operating rapid


popular

of international banks in the United States, mostly along Brickell Avenue, Brickell's main north-south avenue and along Miami Avenue, home to many popular Miami restaurants, shops and places of entertainment. A few hundred feet east of the northeastern side of Brickell is Brickell Key, a gated island of upscale, high-rise residential and hotel towers. , over 190,000 office employees work in greater Downtown.

residential towers along the east side of Brickell Avenue. Demographics thumb right The Shops at Mary Brickell Village (File:Mary Brickell Village westside.jpg) is a popular

, the percentage of people who speak English not well or not at all made up 27.7% of the population. The percentage of residents born in Florida was 17.1%, the percentage of people born in another U.S. state was 13.7%, and the percentage of native residents but born outside the U.S. was 3.9%, while the percentage of foreign born residents was 65.3%. Education and institutions thumb right Metromover (File:Crowded Metromover.jpg) is a popular way


fast population

rise buildingsā€“All . Emporis. Retrieved on August 25, 2007. In 2007, however, the housing market crashed causing lots of foreclosures on houses. This rapid high-rise construction, has led to fast population growth


original character

Brickell Park-''' SE 10th St and SE 1st Ave *'''Brickell Park-''' Brickell Ave and SE 5th St *'''Miami Circle-''' Brickell Avenue Bridge (next to Icon Brickell towers) *'''Brickell Key Park-''' 805 Claughton Island Dr With rapid urbanization over the decades, very little remains of the original character of Brickell


building amp

title Tallest buildings in Miami accessdate 2009-08-28 format pdf date 2009 as well as in Florida (List of tallest buildings in Florida).


large concentration

. With a fast-growing residential population, Brickell is one of Miami's fastest-growing as well as its most dense (population density) neighborhood, with a 2010 population of about 31,000. Brickell has a large concentration of wealthy Argentine (Argentine American), Colombian (Colombian American), Cuban (Cuban American), Nicaraguan (Nicaraguan American) and Venezuelan (Venezuelan American) residents. Many work in the neighborhood's financial and trade sectors, or live

Brickell

'''Brickell''' ( ) is an urban neighborhood (neighborhoods of Miami, Florida) in Miami, Florida, United States. A neighborhood of greater Downtown Miami, Brickell is Miami and South Florida's major financial district.

Brickell was settled in the modern era in the mid-1800s by early pioneers, growing to become Miami's "Millionaire's Row" in the early 1900s after the construction of lavish mansions along Brickell Avenue by Mary Brickell. By the 1970s, office towers, hotels and apartments began replacing the historic mansions. Today, Brickell has grown to overtake the city's historic central business district (Downtown Miami Historic District) to the north, as one of the largest financial districts in the United States. With a fast-growing residential population, Brickell is one of Miami's fastest-growing as well as its most dense (population density) neighborhood, with a 2010 population of about 31,000.

Brickell has a large concentration of wealthy Argentine (Argentine American), Colombian (Colombian American), Cuban (Cuban American), Nicaraguan (Nicaraguan American) and Venezuelan (Venezuelan American) residents. Many work in the neighborhood's financial and trade sectors, or live in Brickell part-time.

Search by keywords:


Copyright (C) 2015-2017 PlacesKnownFor.com
Last modified: Tue Oct 10 05:56:30 EDT 2017