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Brickell Avenue

U.S. Route 1 marker

Brickell Avenue
Route information
Length: 1.5 mi (2.4 km)
Existed: 1898 (1898)[1] – present
Major junctions
South end: US 1 (South Dixie Highway) / I‑95 at Southeast 26th Street in Miami
North end: US 41 (Brickell Avenue Bridge) at Biscayne Boulevard Way in Miami
Counties: Miami-Dade
Highway system

Brickell Avenue is the name given to a north–south road, formerly part of U.S. Route 1, in Miami, Florida just south of the Miami River.[2] North of the Brickell Avenue Bridge, U.S. Route 1 is known as Biscayne Boulevard. Brickell Avenue is the main road through the Brickell financial district of Downtown Miami, and is considered a desirable address associated with business and finance. Brickell Avenue is lined with high-rise office buildings and residential condominiums, as well as many banks and restaurants.

It is an off-grid plan main north–south thoroughfare through the south part of Miami's central business district.


  • Route description 1
    • Restaurants with Brickell Avenue addresses 1.1
    • Residential Condominiums with Brickell Avenue addresses 1.2
    • Banks with Brickell Avenue addresses 1.3
    • Hotels with Brickell Avenue addresses 1.4
  • Gallery 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Route description

Brickell Avenue toward the Miami River

From the Miami River south it continues south-southwest and upon crossing Broadway/SE 15th Street it curves southwest and continues in that direction until it terminates at Southeast 26th Road/Rickenbacker Causeway, becoming South Federal Highway for a short distance (about 1/4 mile) until it becomes South Dixie Highway - US1. The portion north of the one-way pair of 7th and 8th Streets carries U.S. Route 41.

Restaurants with Brickell Avenue addresses

100 Montaditos, 15th and Vine Kitchen and Bar, 7 Pecados Brickell, Atelier Monnier, Atrio Restaurant and Wine Room, Bahia, Bon Fomage, Café 701, Cantina La Veinte, Casola's Pizza, Ciao Piada, Cipriani Downtown Miami, Coffee Zone, COYA Miami, Deli Lane Café & Tavern, EDGE Steak & Bar, Fifty Ultra Lounge, Finnegan's Brickell, Giardino Gourmet Salads, Juana M Brickell, Komodo, La Estacion Café, La Provence, Morton's, Novecento Restaurant, Palmas Café, Pasha's, Perfecto Miami, Pizza Rustica, Sacsha Café, Segafedo, Spaghettino Italian Restaurant Miami, Subway, Sushi Siam, Tamarina, The Bar @ Level 25, The Capital Grill, The Pink Company Café, and Truluck's.

Residential Condominiums with Brickell Avenue addresses

There are presently 25 residential condominiums on Brickell Avenue, consisting of 31 buildings, ranging in height from two to seventy stories. These condominiums contain 8,001 units in total. They were constructed from 1963 to 2012. Many more are under construction or in the planning stages.

Banks with Brickell Avenue addresses

1st United Bank, Anthem Bank & Trust, Banco Do Brasil S.A. Banco Popular North America, Bank of America, Bank United, Branch banking and Trust Company, BrickellBank, Ciaxanova Bank, Citibank, National Association, City National Bank of Florida, Credit Agricole, Delta National Bank and Trust Company, Helm Bank USA, HSBC Bank, Intercredit Bank NA, International Finance Bank, JP Morgan Chase Bank, National Association Modern Bank, National Association Ocean Bank, Pacific National Bank, Plus International Bank, Sabadell United bank, National Association Safra National Bank of New York, Sun Trust Bank TD Bank, National Association, TotalBank, U.S. Century Bank, and Wells Fargo Bank.

Hotels with Brickell Avenue addresses

Four Seasons Hotel Miami, JW Marriott Miami, Conrad Miami, Viceroy Miami, and Hotel Urbano.


See also


  1. ^  
  2. ^ Brickell Avenue Neighborhood Guide

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