Also known as Miami’s Financial District, Brickell is an urban neighborhood that has its epicenter in Brickell Ave. and South Miami Ave. The northern part of Brickell Ave. has gradually become an economic center, and the southern part is characterized by residential buildings. Nowadays, corporations have their headquarters in Brickell. Banks, real estate companies, law firms, among other companies, are located in this area which is way fancier than the laid back South Beach. However, there are also entertainment activities in Brickell. You could go and have a cup of coffee and dessert, or you can enjoy a delicious gourmet meal since there are several restaurants near Biscayne Bay. Moreover, Mary Brickell Village and Bayside Marketplace are places you could visit for dining and shopping. As a curious fact, the Four Seasons Hotel Miami, rising 789 feet, is the tallest building in the state of Florida and is located in Brickell.
Brickell is located in Zone 4 of Miami Smith’s map, on the southern banks of the Miami River which separates it from Downtown. It is delimited as follows:
North: Miami River
South: 32 Road
East: Biscayne Bay
West: I-95 highway