Seasoned business professionals, young associates, and international visitors have all chosen to live, work and play in Miami’s Central Business District as it offers the infrastructure and lifestyle options of a true urban environment. 444 Brickell is located within walking distance of all of downtown Miami’s luxury condominiums, hotels, national retailers and top restaurants including LIPI, Zuma, China Grill, Cipriani and Truluck’s, just to name a few. In addition, nearby mixed-use lifestyle centers including Mary Brickell Village and the under-construction Brickell City Centre serve as top shopping and entertainment destinations.
444 Brickell is located two blocks from Interstate 95 and less than five miles to Interstate 395. Alternatively, 444 Brickell also offers easy access to public transportation via the Miami Metromover station located immediately west of the property, which connects with the Bayside Marketplace, American Airlines Arena, Bayfront Park, the Adrienne Arsht Center, Mary Brickell Village, and other numerous stops throughout the city. The Metromover also connects with South Florida’s Metro-Rail, which extends to points south and west in Miami and north to Broward and Palm Beach Counties. In addition, the recent addition of the Miami Trolley – a free and frequent local circulator – provides convenient stops on every block.
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Everybody rides free on the Metromover. This 4.4-mile electrically-powered, fully automated people mover system connects with Metrorail at Government Center and Brickell stations and with Metrobus at various locations throughout downtown Miami. The Metromover inner loop and outer loop (Omni and Brickell) run from 5am to midnight seven days a week. Trains arrive frequently.
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The Metrorail system is a 25-mile dual track, elevated rapid transit system that runs from Kendall through South Miami, Coral Gables, and downtown Miami to the Civic Center/Jackson Memorial Hospital area, and to Brownsville, Liberty City, Hialeah, and Medley in northwest Miami-Dade, with connections to Broward and Palm Beach counties at the Tri-Rail/Metrorail transfer station. The 23 accessible Metrorail stations are about one mile apart, providing easy access for bus riders, pedestrians, and passengers who are dropped off and picked up.
The Orange Line – A direct link from Downtown Miami to the Miami International Airport
Since the Grand Opening of the spectacular Miami International Airport Station and the launching of the Orange Line, Metrorail has become the most affordable choice for getting to and from the airport. Local residents headed out- of-town can now leave behind all the traffic and parking hassles that come with driving to the airport. And out-of-towners at the airport have the best of Miami-Dade County’s attractions and activities in easy, affordable reach.
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The Metrobus system provides service throughout Miami-Dade County 365 days a year. Service is available from Miami Beach and Key Biscayne to West Miami-Dade, as far north as Broward County and as far south as Homestead, Florida City and the Middle Keys. Designed to intersect with Metrorail and Metromover, MDT’s bus system serves all major shopping, entertainment and cultural centers, as well as major hospitals and schools.
More than 95 Metrobus routes travel approximately 29 million miles per year using more than 800 buses.
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Downtown Miami has truly become an international hub for arts and culture. It is home to the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, new Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), American Airlines Arena, Miami Dade County Museum of Art & Design at the Freedom Tower, Miami Children’s Museum, Miami Science Museum and Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts.
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American Airlines Arena
The American Airlines Arena is home of the Miami Heat, Miami’s championship winning basketball team. In addition, the arena serves as an entertainment venue boasting an impressive roster of the biggest and best names in music, including Gloria Estefan, Madonna, Cher, the Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga, Usher, Shakira, Paul McCartney, Black Eyed Peas, Jay Z, Alicia Keys, and many more.
Rated one of the top 10 zoos in the United States by Tripadvisor, this 340-acre zoo showcases more than 2,000 animals including koalas, flamingos and elephants in large open-air exhibits.
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
This national historic landmark includes a furnished estate house, 10 acres of gardens on Biscayne Bay and a historic village that was built in the 1910’s.
The Shops at Mary Brickell Village
The Shops at Mary Brickell Village, a popular lifestyle center located in the heart of Brickell, offers an array of world class restaurants, from gourmet burgers to steak and seafood, national brands and regional tenants. Mary Brickell Village is served by the Metromover and the Metrorail at Brickell station.
Brickell City Centre
Brickell City Centre is a $1.05 billion mixed-use development on the neighboring site on South Miami Avenue, in between Eighth Street and Sixth Street. It is the single largest project currently underway in downtown Miami with anticipated completion by the end of 2015.
• 5.4 million square feet of office, residential, hotel, retail and entertainment space, in addition to a two-level underground parking garage that spans seven acres below the property
• An environmentally progressive Climate Ribbon™ architectural feature that will provide innovative climate control to enhance comfort for shoppers
• Incorporates key transportation nodes with the Metromover while offering easy access to Interstate 95
Bayside Marketplace is an open-air marina full of kiosks of vendors, national retailers and famous restaurants including the Hard Rock Café and Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. and Fat Tuesday.
Miami isn’t just a city for beaches and nightlife; consider it a destination for some of the finest international cuisine, high-profile restaurants and upscale waterfront dining. The Brickell dining boom directly correlates with the increasing residential population in downtown Miami and Brickell Avenue. Over the last decade, the area population has nearly doubled, reaching nearly 450,000 in 2013 as residents filled up new condominiums. The expanded residential base coupled with downtown Miami’s business population of approximately 200,000 creates a powerful combination that drives continuous demand for local restaurants and retailers.
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Miami hosts hundreds of events each year that attract millions of tourists and residents alike. Some of these events are so spectacular, the city keeps them on the calendar each year.
Miami International Boat Show
Each February, an average of 3,000 boats and 2,000 companies exhibit in 2.5 million square feet at the Miami Beach Convention Center and two of the show’s dockside locations: Sea Isle Marina & Yachting Center and Miamarina at Bayside. The five-day show gives businesses and attendees a chance to shop thousands of the newest recreational boats and marine accessories. In 2013, more than 102,000 people attended the show in 2013.
Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival
The end of February is the time for the most devoted foodies and celebrated chefs to gather in Miami for the South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by the Food Network. The festival brings starts, culinary presentations, food, wine samplings and incredible parties.
Ultra Music Festival
ULTRA brings together more than 55,000 electronic music fans to party to the biggest DJs in the world. Every March, the Electronic Dance Music (EDM) music scene comes together to rave, dance and party outside at Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami for ULTRA Music Festival.
Miami Beach Polo World Cup
The Miami Beach Polo World Cup brings the “sport of kings” to the shores of South Beach for three days every year during April.
Sony Open Tennis
The Sony Open Tennis brings the greatest tennis players in the world to Miami every March. The tournament is held at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park.
Art Basel – December
Each December, Miami offers the favorite winter meeting place for the international art world. At the nexus of North America and Latin America, this Art Basel show presents artwork from across the globe. Over 250 of the world’s leading galleries participate, drawing over 70,000 visitors each year.
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