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Brickell

Search all Brickell homes for sale below. Brickell is a rapidly growing urban neighborhood previously touted as the “Millionaire’s Row” due to the large number of lavish mansions constructed in the early 1900s along Brickell Avenue. Forbes Magazine has since dubbed the neighborhood as "Miami’s Wall Street" because of its high concentration of wealthy residents working in the trade and financial sectors.

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Brickell Information

Brickell is part of the Greater Downtown Miami and is directly south of the historic central business district.

It lies south of the Miami River, extending south to the Rickenbacker Causeway.

The community is known as South Florida and Miami’s major financial district, where most businesses are from the investment and banking sector.

Brickell is also known for housing most the foreign consulates in the state, including those consulates of Brazil, Ecuador, Switzerland, and the Netherlands.

During the 1900s, Brickell Avenue had stately mansion lining the streets, earning its nickname of “Millionaire’s Row.” However, aggressive developments and influx of people slowly replaced mansions with hotels, apartment, and office towers.

The neighborhood is pedestrian-friendly. Residents move about via the Miami Metrorail at the Brickell Station and through 5 stations served by the Metromover’s Brickell Loop.

The neighborhood’s mixed residential and financial areas is at north of Broadway, while most of residential homes are at the south of Broadway. Low and mid-rise residences are at the west of Brickell Avenue, while high-rise buildings are in the east.

Most of Brickell Miami’s residences include upscale apartment towers and high-rise condominiums.

Brickell Condos

Brickell condos take a large part of the Brickell skyline. Development projects of residential condominiums surged during the latter part of the 1970s through the early 1980s, with the majority of them built on the southern tip of Brickell Avenue.

Brickell condos standing tall above the blue waters of Biscayne Bay offers luxurious living spaces that are truly incomparable. Residents can easily spend some private time in their private and oversized terraces while gazing out into the beautiful Miami skyline or while watching the boats sail on the waters of the bay.

Some of the more distinguished buildings in the neighborhood include Icon Brickell, Jade at Brickell Bay, and Santa Maria. There are also a number of ongoing constructions and future developments of luxurious Brickell condos such as One Brickell, Echo Brickell, and Brickell Flatiron.

Brickell Neighborhoods

Despite being a neighborhood of Miami, Brickell has its own distinct sub-neighborhoods.

When you talk about “Brickell” and “Homes” in one sentence, it is usually to talk about condos and apartments in the area. What some people may not be aware of is that there are also single-family homes in Brickell however, these rather pricey homes since these are on property that is considered prime.

These homes are found mostly in what is considered luxury neighborhoods and subdivisions, and here are the top 7 areas that fit this description.

1. Brickell Flagler

Brickell Flagler is an area where you will find numerous large homes that enjoy easy access to both Coconut Grove and Brickell’s Financial District, while still being close enough to the water to have the many resort-like benefits that come with it. Most of the residences that are found on the waterfront in this part of Brickell are in condo buildings, however, a lot of homes that are built in between Brickell Avenue and South Miami Avenue are single-story buildings that are worthy of being called luxury. These homes come with 3 up to 7 bedrooms and can come in the timeless Mediterranean look or in modern glass and stone designs.

The single-family homes in this part of Miami can come with prices that range from a high of $4.9 million to a low of $665,000. This neighborhood is located near the Rickenbacker Causeway and has two parks nearby, namely the Alice Wainwright Park and Simpson Park.

2. Holleman Park

Holleman Park is another neighborhood in Brickell that has luxury homes for people who do not want to live in condos but want to live in Brickell, and also want to live in single-family homes at the same time. This community is located just south of the Financial District and north of the Rickenbacker Causeway. While generally considered the outskirts of Brickell and generally connected to Coral Way, this community is still seen as part of the neighborhood of Brickell.

Homes here can come in a variety of configurations with the 2 bedrooms 2 bathroom floor plan being the most common and the bigger single-family homes having somewhere between 5 to 7 bedrooms on an estate that comes with a 9,000 square feet property. Homes here can cost between $1.3 million and $400,000.

3. Brickell Hammock

Another neighborhood that enjoys the cool waterfront breezes of the bay is the Brickell Hammock area, which is located on the south side of the Rickenbacker Causeway. This small enclave is one of the prime choices for single family homes that are nearest the water and still within the Brickell neighborhood. The area is very near Alice Wainwright Park and is conveniently near a number of main thoroughfares that include the South Dixie Highway, South Miami Avenue, and the causeway.

Homes here come in a variety of configurations as well, with the smaller residences having around 2 to 3 bedrooms, and the more sizable houses having up to 7 bedrooms in them. Prices here range from a low of $485,000 to a high of $1.2 million.

4. Villas de Vizcaya

While located within the general sphere of Brickell Hammock, the Villas de Vizcaya is a neighborhood all its own due to the fact that it is a luxury gated community. This small triangular-shaped enclave comes with 13 luxury homes that are housed within a fenced-off area and features such amenities as two-car garages, vaulted ceilings, and European style kitchens. Homes here can come with a pool, although only a select few are actually lucky enough to have such a luxurious feature.

The residences in this small village come in floor plans that range from a minimum of 4 bedrooms to a maximum of 6 bedrooms. Homes here cost upwards of $1 million, with some reaching the $2 million mark.

5. Brickell Estates

Located near the border of Coral Way and Brickell is this neighborhood called Brickell Estates. While not a gated community, this enclave houses a number of single-family homes that can be easily called luxurious due to their size and design. While considered a part of the well-known opulent area of Brickell called The Roads, this community is still considered an entity in itself.

Homes here come with floor plans that include smaller 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom configurations to sizable 5 bedroom homes. These homes can cost you somewhere between $499,000 to $2 million, depending on the type of home you are eyeing and the size of the property.

6. The Roads

This is a neighborhood located to the west of the financial center of Miami and is a triangular enclave that houses numerous large homes in it. There are also a few condo buildings and apartment complexes within its borders, making it a residential area that is rather diverse and gives prospective residents a varied selection of homes to choose from. Single-family homes here are often very pricey given the location of the neighborhood, which is near both the bustling center of Brickell and the hip & happening Coconut Grove.

Homes here are also varied, with floor plans that range from 2 bedroom homes to very large 6 to 7 bedroom mansion-like residences. Prices are also varied and can go as low as $400,000 to as high as $5 million.

7. Brickell Forest Estates

This is a community located on Brickell Avenue and is located near Rickenbacker Causeway. While this community can be easily considered a part of the Brickell Flagler neighborhood, it is a gated enclave that makes it a community on its own. This residential community houses a number of condo units but is more known for its town-house style residences. The townhomes here come with three floors and have configurations that range from 2 bedrooms up to 3 bedroom units for the townhomes.

Prices here are rather reasonable, between $400,000 and $625,000, considering that these are not single-family homes with their own yards and amenities. There are shared amenities however that include a tennis court and a swimming pool.