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More Families Calling Brickell Home

Christina Grate
Post by Christina Grate August 16, 2018

The first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Brickell is high-rises, stop-and-go traffic, and nightlife, such as restaurants and clubs. Fast forward to 2018, and you might have to rethink your view of Brickell. Over the past few years, Brickell has seen an increase of families with young children, with more families calling Brickell home.

Greater Downtown Miamii

<h1>Greater Downtown Miami</h1>

Brickell is part of the Greater Downtown Miami, which comprises 3.8 square miles south of 1-95, north of Rickenbacker Causeway, west of Biscayne Bay, and east of I-95. Six of the other neighborhoods that make up this area include Midtown, Edgewater, Historic Overtown, the Central Business District, Wynwood, and the Arts & Entertainment District.

<h1>Family-Friendly Brickell</h1>

More and more families are moving into Brickell, instead of opting for family-friendly suburbs. Despite being an urban neighborhood, it has a community feeling. Brickell is a very safe environment for children.

Formally, Brickell was not a family-oriented neighborhood. The area was mostly known as the largest financial business district of the South East. However, this notion has changed drastically. Nowadays, Brickell offers more places and events for children. Additionally, a lot of new developments include preschools.

<h1>Data & Demographics</h1>

The Miami Downtown Development Authority used data from the U.S. Census to analyze the demographics of Greater Downtown Miami They found that the population of Greater Downtown Miami has reached an all-time high of 92,235. That demonstrates a 65 percent surge from 2000 to 2010, and an additional 38 percent increase from 2010 to 2018. It is projected that the number will rise another 19 percent by 2021. Making the total population of Greater Downtown Miami to a whopping 109,617.

The most populous group in Brickell and Greater Downtown Miami are young professionals ranging between 25 and 44 years of age, equaling about 45 percent of residents. Surprisingly, the number of children 14 –years-old and younger has

soared to 11,484; that’s a 53 percent increase since 2010. The number of family household has grown 42 percent, totaling 47,958.

<h1>Final Thoughts</h1>

If you are interested in learning more about the Brickell area, contact me at Brickell.com. Together we can discover if Brickell is the right area for you and your family to call home.

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