We are moving from our 1,400 square-foot space on Brickell Key to 2,600 square feet in Mary Brickell Village by Mid August. Mary Brickell Village is the only multi-use, urban lifestyle center to be located in the heart of Brickell's financial district. Starbucks, P.F. Changs, Perricones and more are all right here and we are so happy to be part of this exciting new area.
"We have a lot of seasoned associates in the marketplace who are looking to make a move, and we need a place for them to work and we are surrounding ourselves with literally thousands of new condos".
Just north of Brickell Point where the Miami River flows into Biscayne Bay, you can see the statue of a proud Tequesta Indian. It stands as a homage to the indigenous people who first settled this area. And in the 1870's, along the same shores of this river, pioneers William and Mary Brickell commenced development by operating their trading outpost. It was Mary who first envisioned the Brickell we know today. A neighborhood of wide, gently curving avenues with tree-lined medians and expansive water front estates that would appeal to a young nation's landed gentry. So prestigious did the area become, that before long it was referred to as "Millionaire's Row." The mansions have since given way to towering office buildings and luxury condominiums, yet Brickell is still a center for trade and commerce, where the pioneering, entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well.
In recent years, Brickell 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 such as Mary Brickell Village and even grander plans for the future. And just as diversity has always been the key to Miami’s growth and success, so too is it the key to Brickell's.