Brickell, Miami, Florida
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North Brickell in 2003. Note that this picture is very outdated and that the landscape of the area has changed considerably since the date of the photo.
South Brickell in 2003.
Note that this picture is very outdated and that the landscape of the area has changed considerably since the date of the photo.Brickell is the area south of the Miami River in Miami, Florida that expands south to SE 26th Road (the Rickenbacker Causeway).
Known as "Millionaire's Row", the southern portion of Brickell Avenue (US 1) is home to the Miami Financial District as well as the site of new high rise luxury condominium developments that constantly redefines the Miami skyline. Just few hundred feet East of Brickell is Brickell Key. Brickell is divided into two sections: Upper Brickell and Lower Brickell. Upper Brickell is the area north of Southeast 15th Street (Broadway), and Lower Brickell is the area between Broadway and Southeast 26th Road. Upper Brickell includes the financial district, is technically part of Downtown Miami, and has both office towers as well as residential buildings. Lower Brickell is mainly residential and includes the "Millionaire's Row" section of Brickell Avenue.
The financial district in Miami, Florida is the area of downtown along Brickell Avenue (US 1) and Brickell Bay Drive from south of the Miami River to Broadway (SE 15th Road).
Referred to as the Manhattan of Miami, it has the largest concentration of international banks in the United States.