With deep ties to emerging developments and burgeoning international business, Brickell Central is America’s gateway to the Latin American and other international markets, poised to join the leagues of Wall Street, making the region a favorite of affluent, young professionals. On the perimeter of the fiscal hustle and bustle is Brickell Bay Drive, a luxury bayfront residential area with a jogging path and condos and penthouses boasting scenic views of Biscayne Bay. Upscale entertainment and luxury fine dining is a brisk walk away, including two of the area’s highly rated steakhouses, PM Fish and Steakhouse and Morton’s Steakhouse.
Located in the heart of South Florida’s financial hub, Brickell Central sits as the epicenter of the banking, investment and financial sectors, and is home to a large number of international banks such as HSBC, Espirito Santo Bank, and Banco Santander. These Brickell Miami banks are predominantly located along Brickell Avenue – the main road running through Brickell and extending north to south from the Brickell Avenue Bridge to the Rickenbacker Causeway. Brickell Central is also home to most of the State’s foreign consulates, including consulates of Argentina, Chile, Dominican Republic, France, Guatemala, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, and Trinidad and Tobago, adding to the vibrant, multicultural character of the area. In conjunction with the international business brought in by foreign investors, newly-evolving developments such as the upscale Mary Brickell Village have brought a wealth of luxury condos, apartments and penthouses for sale, as well as a nightlife scene replete with fine dining and entertainment options to suit any style, such as Balans, Blue Martini, Dirt, and Toscana Divino to name a few.