Overview of Miami
Miami's finest townhouses and favorite neighborhood
Brickell is situated just beneath the Miami River, right over the bridge from downtown Miami itself, with white, sandy beaches and the Atlantic to the east and Coral Way and other great Miami neighborhoods to the west. There are plenty of parks in the neighborhood, including Brickell Park which is situated out on the neighborhood key, right by the Miami Riverwalk.
The Brickell neighborhood is well-known not only for its towering white skyscrapers, but also the colorful and stylish townhouses for rent that can be found all around its side streets. Alongside major hotels, you'll find celebrated coffee shops and neighborhood restaurants. And any time you want to get around town, just hop on the metro at Brickell Station across from South Side Park.
For many residents however, the real draw of Brickell will be quick access to downtown. Or, if you happen to work in finance, the office won't be far from home. Brickell is Miami's financial district, after all.
The neighborhood for finance professionals
If you've got a job in finance and commerce and are the sort of person who hates a commute, Brickell's townhouses for rent are tailored perfectly to your needs. Brickell has the largest concentration of banks and other corporate headquarters in the city right on Brickell Avenue.
But it's not all office buildings - alongside booming business, the mid-2000s real estate boom established a lot of residential high-rises, so don't expect the neighborhood to empty out suddenly after 5 p.m. Brickell offers all the perks of a commercial and residential neighborhood. While your townhouse has the space and character you're looking for - don't miss out on a penthouse party in one of these high rises. They offer breathtaking views of the Port of Miami and Biscayne Bay - reminders of just how beautiful this Atlantic coastal city truly is.
Brickell doesn't require you to work in finance or business to be a great rental location, though. It has something to offer everyone: easy access to downtown Miami. The city's downtown neighborhood is a vibrant, cosmopolitan center that's filled with excellent dining and shopping - plus, Miami's world-famous beaches are right around the corner.
Need to escape the high rises on the weekend? Check out the Miami Art Museum, or catch a Miami Heat game at the American Airlines Arena - only two miles away, or 20 minutes by light rail! Want to catch a Miami Dolphins game? Hop in the car - Sun Life Stadium is only a 20-minute drive north of the city - although you can get there by rail, as well. There's also Bicentennial Park and the beloved Bayfront Park, which is host to the Ultra Music Festival each March - a must for electronic music buffs.
Living this close to downtown Miami, you'll never run out of things to see or do. Ask any resident - this neighborhood takes the "work hard, play hard" ethos seriously. You won't find a more exciting or dynamic mix of business and culture.