This website provides all the information pertaining to the Brickell Key Miami condominium community. You will find all real estate inventory for sale & rent as well as pricing, amenities and features for each Brickell Key Miami condo building.
About Brickell Key Miami
Brickell Key Miami offers one of the most unique paradise island communities in the world. It is a small gated island in Downtown Miami. This is a very central location because it is just minutes away from the airport, Coral Gables, South Beach, and Coconut Grove just to name a few. Brickell Key Miami real estate offers amazing views of the bay, Miami skylines and has a few shops and restaurants inside the island as well.
Brickell Key Miami Real Estate
If you are looking to buy or rent a condo in Brickell Key Miami you are in the right place. You won't find a website with a more comprehensive and well-presented summary of all the Brickell Key condos and real estate property details. With many years of experience in Brickell Key luxury real estate, our realtors possess the highest level condo savvy together with the utmost level of professionalism and extensive knowledge about Brickell Key Miami neighborhoods and the overall real estate market.
• Stunning and diverse architecture
• Gated community with 24-hour attended guard gate
• 11 separate condominium buildings
• Lush tropical landscaping throughout the island
• Jogging path surrounding the island easily accessible from each building
• Each building features its own private amenities
• Common areas maintained by the Master Association
• Common Kids Playground and gaden in the center of the island
• Various shops, marketplace and restaurant within the island
The history of Brickell Key Miami and the Brickell Key condos can be traced to 1896, when Henry Flagler had a 9-foot deep channel dug from the mouth of the Miami River. In the process, Mr. Flagler created an off-shore property comprised of two small islands. Brickell Key Miami is an artificial triangular island at the mouth of the Miami River in Miami, Florida, United States. It is in Miami's Brickell neighborhood. Brickell Key is occasionally referred to as "Claughton Island", in honor of Edward Claughton who purchased the land that forms Brickell Key today.
In 1943, an investor, Edward N. Claughton, Sr. acquired the islands of Brickell Key and eventually purchased additional bay bottom land to combine them to a 44-acre triangle-shaped tract separated from the mansions of Miami's fashionable Brickell Avenue by only a few hundred feet of water. In the late 1970's, Swire Properties purchased most of the island property from the Claughton, and began to put into place a master plan that would ultimately transform it into one of the most unique island communities in the world. In recent years the Brickell Key area has come to the forefront of international business and luxury living.
Desire for waterfront property and Brickell's emergence as Miami's cosmopolitan center have encouraged considerable development and even grander plans for the future. Certainly the significance of being the second largest booming international financial center in the United States will further stimulate Miami's entire downtown area and lure new residents and business alike. Brickell just as diversity has always been the key to Miami’s growth and success, so too is it the key to Brickell Key. Be it the wealth of cultural influences, the many international business interests represented, or even the simple contrast of the many modern office structures with quiet shady streets, Brickell is a dynamic area that the world is recognizing as a leader for the next century.
Islanders Marketplace Brickell Key
651 Brickell Key Dr Miami, FL 33131
Mandarin Oriental Brickell Key
500 Brickell Key Dr Miami, FL 33131
Flower at Brickell Key
235 Brickell Key Drive Miami, FL 33131
Salon Brickell Key EuroFlair Salon
631 Brickell Key Drive Miami, FL 33131
Dry Cleaning Brickell Key
645 Brickell Key Drive Miami, FL 33131
615 Brickell Key Drive, Miami, FL 33131
Brickell Key Miami offers fabulous living on an exclusive island in the very heart of Miami. Brickell Key condos are surrounded by water and provide beautiful unobstructed views while taking a relaxing walk contemplating the sunset or an early morning jog around the islands walking path. Brickell Key living is tranquil, scenic and convenient. Its amenities include a market place, restaurant, dry cleaners, beauty salon and even a flower shop. Also located in Brickell Key is the well-known Mandarin Oriental Hotel, with its exclusive restaurants and spa.
All Brickell Key Miami condominiums feature their own private amenities. These include swimming pools, gyms, Jacuzzis, racquetball, squash and/or tennis courts, party rooms and other exclusive services, depending on the Condo. Concierge and valet parking is standard in all Brickell Keys condos. A shuttle bus service circulates between the Brickell Metrorail/Metromover station and Brickell Key, with stops along Coral Way, SW 2nd Avenue, SW 8th and 10th streets, Brickell Avenue, and Brickell Bay Drive.
One of the great pleasures of Brickell Key Miami is your constant proximity to water, situated on a complex line of coast cut up by tributaries, a series of causeways link the city together. Traveling around Brickell Key and the city of Miami affords different perspectives across and towards the bay; staying at Mandarin Oriental, your reward is a private view towards the vast stretch of glimmering ocean. From this serene sophistication cross Biscayne Bay to South Beach, the pulse of Miami, by contrast a mile long stretch of bling and buff, where glitzy poseurs set the scene and people watching is an all day pastime.
Outdoor attractions continue with magnificent architecture; a staggering feat of city renovation has produced one of the most complete Art Deco monuments in the world, with entire streets of pastel colored 30’s buildings perfectly restored. Shopping is definitely a local attraction, cute boutiques are as funky as clubs and fusionists parade the streets. There are several cultural and natural attractions which are definitely worth scheduling time for, from dynamic street installations and the quirky collections like the Wolfsonian museum to spotting Manatees in the bay.
Mary Brickell Village and Shops
Located in the heart of Miami’s financial district, The Shops at Mary Brickell Village offers an eclectic mix of upscale dining, shopping and entertainment options for the sophisticated shopper. The center, designed around a “village” like setting with lush vegetation, water features and entertainment venues offers 195,000 square feet of retail space, a 800 space parking garage and two public plazas surrounded by mature oak and mahogany trees.
Stroll down South Beach
Take a leisurely thirty minute stroll along the sand; a theatre experience in itself. Glamour and celebrity sing out, at one end is the former Versace mansion (now Casa Casurina a private club), everywhere are the Versace clad and Latin rhythms accompany you all the way.
The Design District is what it says, a ‘mile of style’. This quarter of industrial chic is lined with galleries, exhibits and design shops. A key landmark is The Living Room, a giant replica of a living room, only on the street, created by an Argentinean duo, Behar and Marquadt.
Built in 1923 The Miami Venetian Pool is one of the world’s most beautiful public swimming pools. The architecture is influenced by Venice, naturally, with its own Venetian style moorings. It is fed by fresh spring water and features coral caves, grottos and even two waterfalls.
Café Cubano in Little Havana
All of Miami is infused with Latin flavors, scents and rhythms. Calle Ocho is the heart of the neighborhood. This is not a glamorous fiesta experience, just a slice of real life, with real café cubano, hand rolled cigars and old men playing dominoes.
Everglades Airboat Tour
Take a tour on an airboat that glides at 35mph through the waterways over sawgrass and observe this unique eco system and indigenous wildlife. Everglades National Park, set aside in 1947 as one of the nation’s largest parks, is home to many rare and endangered species such as the American crocodile.
If you want efficient sightseeing a helicopter trip can take in more in one hour than you can see in many days from the ground. Take an aerial view of the beaches, the city neon or Florida Everglades.
Things to See
Art Deco District
The historic Art Deco district of Miami represents one of the most spectacular redesigns in modern history. You may wish to stroll round this splendid square-mile in your own time; or take a narrated tour led by Miami Design Preservation League. It’s striking, very colorful and a little wacky.
Fairchild Tropical Garden
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is one of the world's preeminent botanical gardens, established in Miami as the one place in America where tropical plants can grow all year round. Housing an extensive collections of rare tropical plants including palms, cycads, flowering trees and vines.
Should you be missing a taste of Europe visit the Italian Renaissance style Villa Vizcaya. Originally one rich industrialist’s rather grandiose winter residence this is now a public museum full of art and fine furniture with quite astoundingly beautiful formal gardens.
Bass Museum of Art
Whilst Miami has a burgeoning art scene with a myriad galleries to visit, particularly around Lincoln Street and the Design District, The Bass museum houses a uniquely comprehensive collection of some 3,000 works of art from Boticelli to Caribbean sculpture. Frequent special exhibitions are held.
Wolfsonian - FIU
Originally the private collection of one incredibly wealthy individual, Mitchell Wolfson, a tremendous art deco waterfall is the lobby focus and many of the pieces are deco inspired. The stupendous Wolfsonian collection explores the evolution of design history.
Center for the Performing Arts
Housing four internationally acclaimed resident companies, the Concert Association of Florida, Florida Grand Opera, Miami City Ballet and New World Symphony, the Performing Arts Center provides extraordinary cultural and educational experiences of the highest quality.
Where to Shop
Shopping Insider at Mandarin Oriental
Get an insider's guided tour on the 'best of the best' in Miami shopping with the assistance of a personal shopping expert. You may book a private half-day tour or the exclusive Shop Like a Celebrity Package.
The Bal Harbour Shops
An internationally renowned collection of specialty boutiques, restaurants and cafes in an impressive tropical-garden setting. Guests staying at Mandarin Oriental, Miami will receive a preferred card chock-full of added value shopping offerings from 30 of Bal Harbour’s most coveted brands.
Village of Merrick Park
A Mediterranean-style outdoor mall consisting of extremely high-end stores such as Jimmy Choo, Sonia Rykiel, Neiman Marcus, Miami's very first Nordstrom, and upscale eateries such as The Palm.
Lincoln Road Mall
A pedestrian-only street mall in South Beach, with many specialty shops featuring jewelry, clothing and art, plus an assortment of restaurants. At one time a haven for eclectic small shops, the mall has come to favor large national retail chains yet it still retains a hip buzz.
The Mandarin Oriental
500 Brickell Key Dr, Miami, FL 33131
Phone: 305-913-8288 | Toll Free: 866 526 6567
1395 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131
Phone: 305-503-6500 | Toll Free: 800-266-7237
The Four Seasons Hotel
1435 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131
Phone: 305-358-3535 | Toll Free: 800-819-5053
1109 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131
Phone: 305-329-3500 | Toll Free: 800-228-9290
Hyatt Regency Miami
400 SE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33131
Phone: 305-358-1234 | Toll Free: 888-492-8847
Is there a beach on Brickell Key Miami?
There is no Beach access on Brickell Key. The nearest beach access is located just a few minutes south of Brickell Key at the entrance of Key Biscayne. There you will find many public access beaches.
Is Brickell Key Miami a good place to live?
Yes. Brickell Key is an island paradise with its own set of retail shops including, a convenience store, restaurants, hair salon and much more. It's not uncommon to see neighborhood kids playing on the streets or its central park of this exclusive little oasis located within Miami. It's far enough from the main hustle and bustle of the city that residents don't feel like the urban center of Miami is knocking on their door.
Who lives on Brickell Key?
You will find a wide range of residents within Brickell Key. From young professionals to families with small children and those who now enjoy the retired lifestyle. There are also many 2nd home owners or out of state owners who like to visit fro time to time the wonderful weather and atmosphere that Brickell Key has to offer.
Is Brickell Key safe?
Yes it is. There is a common guard house as you enter the island and in addition there is patrol who drive around it as well as each individual condominium offers its own guard house and security.
Is Brickell Key man-made island?
Yes it is. Henry Flagler had a 9-foot deep channel dug from the mouth of the Miami River. In the process, Mr. Flagler created an off-shore property comprised of two small islands. Brickell Key Miami is an artificial triangular island at the mouth of the Miami River in Miami, Florida, United States. It is in Miami's Brickell neighborhood. Brickell Key is occasionally referred to as "Claughton Island", in honor of Edward Claughton who purchased the land that forms Brickell Key today.