A recent report has unveiled the top neighborhood to live in South Florida for 2024, and it’s none other than this. With its monumental growth and continuous development, This has emerged as the frontrunner, boasting new attractions and amenities that cater to residents and visitors alike. Let’s delve into what makes Brickell the ultimate destination to live in and explore.

Living in Brickell

Believe it or not, Brickell doesn’t only have luxury high-rises, although beautiful and plentiful. Take a stroll down Brickell Avenue (i.e. “South Brickell”) and you’ll see a quieter side filled with low-rise buildings, individual homes and backyards, townhomes, lofts, etc. Many of the high-rises also create a community feel within the building itself (with cafes, bodegas, resident mixers, etc.), resulting in a more neighborhood-like environment.

Daytime – what to do:

Walk around – This seems a bit obvious, but in a city known for its atrocious traffic, a favorite about living in Brickell is walkability. Walk along Brickell Bay or Brickell Key, take in the fresh ocean air, and you’ll see a minimum of 100 dogs, people picnicking, working out, babies in strollers, shopping at Brickell City Centre, business professionals on cafecito breaks, friends dining al fresco, and everyone enjoying life outdoors.

There are also a ton of great gyms and fitness classes available, popular ones include Corepower, Sweat 440, Solidcore, and F45. For you runners out there, the Brickell Run Club meets every Tuesday year-round and hundreds of people attend (and it’s free).

Staycation at W Miami

Experience the epitome of luxury at W Miami, strategically located along Brickell Avenue with breathtaking views of the Miami River and city skyline. Each of its 148 rooms boasts full-size balconies, offering guests a perfect retreat to unwind and soak in the city’s ambiance.

Dining Experiences in Brickell

Brickell is a culinary haven, offering a diverse range of dining options to satisfy every palate. So Here are some notable restaurants that you must visit:

  • Osaka Nikkei: known for its unbelievably fresh seafood dishes and artistic cocktails, provides a multi-sensory Nikkei experience that combines Japanese techniques with the distinct flavors of Peruvian cuisine.
  • MOTEK: from Tel Aviv to Miami, is a kosher-style Mediterranean newcomer bringing genuine, thoughtful, & delicious dishes to Brickell and multiple locations across South Florida.

  • Gekkō: Bad Bunny and David Grutman’s Japanese Steakhouse offers over-the-top and deliciously fresh sushi, Japanese dishes, tantalizing desserts, cocktails, and a nightlife atmosphere that can’t be topped.

  • The Hampton Social: the newly opened rosé all-day lifestyle restaurant blends perfectly with its new Brickell location and has some of the best New England lobster rolls.

  • Komodo: the stylish and high-end Southeast Asian restaurant is the OG “see and be seen” Miami hotspot serving quality and flavorful dishes, cocktails, and some of the best Peking duck you’ll find in Miami.

  • Salty Flame: Newly opened on Brickell Avenue, Salty Flame brings a unique taste experience by combining the best of coal-fired sizzling steaks with Asian-inspired dishes.

Nightlife Adventures

  • Walk around – not to sound redundant, but a beautiful sunset walk along the water is picturesque and a perfect weekday activity. So Go out to bars/lounges – popular locations
  • include, Gekko Lounge, Rosa Sky, One K Raw, DOM’s, Komodo Lounge, Sweet Caroline (for karaoke), Kero by Osaka, LPM’s bar, Delilah’s bar, La Mar’s bar, Sexy Fish’s bar, Moxies (for sports), and if you’re out really late, Better Days, for after-hours.

FAQ about Why Brickell Was Named Miami’s Best Neighborhood

1. Is Brickell a safe neighborhood to live in?

Brickell is generally considered a safe neighborhood to live in. Like any urban area, it’s always important to exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings. However, Brickell benefits from its vibrant community and active security measures in place, making it a desirable and secure place to call home.

2. Are there parks or green spaces in Brickell?

Alice Wainwright Park, Simpson Park, and This Key Park offer residents and visitors a chance to enjoy nature, relax, and engage in outdoor activities.

3. What transportation options are available in Brickell?

Brickell is well-connected when it comes to transportation. a free automated people mover system that connects various parts of downtown Miami, including Brickell. Additionally, there are numerous bus routes and ride-sharing services available, making it easy to navigate the area.

4. Are there shopping options in Brickell?

Absolutely! Brickell City Centre is a premier shopping destination in the neighborhood, offering a mix of luxury brands, high-end boutiques, and popular retailers. From fashion to home decor, you’ll find everything you need within walking distance in This.

5. Can you recommend any cultural attractions in Brickell?

The Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) and the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science are both located nearby, offering immersive experiences in art, science, and culture. Additionally, the historic Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is just a short drive away, showcasing stunning architecture and beautiful gardens.

Brickell truly stands out as Miami’s best neighborhood to live in 2024. Whether you’re looking for a place to call home or planning a visit to Miami, make sure to explore all that This has to offer.

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