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Ultimate Guide to Buying A Condo In Brickell

First Step- Get Pre Approved

FYI Keep in mind that this step is not necessary if you’re buying with cash. It is key to locate a well-known mortgage banker with a good reputation to get pre-approved. We have a few preferred lenders that we can recommend. It is crucial to avoid making any unusual deposits or debits from any of your accounts during the mortgage approval process and avoid any large purchases on credit. These things can lead the lender to delay or decline your application and lead to a host of other issues that you would much rather avoid. To get pre-approved you will need at least 2 pay stubs, 2 bank statements & 2 years worth of tax returns and running a credit report.

Second Step – Initiate that Contract

Now it’s time to get the contract in motion. Remember that it is very important to include an inspection contingency as well as a financing contingency (if applicable) in your contract offer. It is in your best interest to advise your lender that you aim to close by the financing contingency deadline, this will save you a lot of time and energy. Inspections will take on average 10 days while financing contingency 45 days. The closing period is 45 – 60 days if financing or 20-30 days if cash.

Third Step – The Questionnaire

Perhaps the Holy Grail that is required by lenders to assess the financial and legal standing of any condominium project, the questionnaire is a must when entering a new contract whether you’re financing or not. There are two types of condo questionnaires that you can ask from your lender. The first is known as a full review condo questionnaire and the other is a limited review condo questionnaire. It is important to understand your lender needs to approve both the buyer and building in tandem. 25% down payment is the threshold which will determine what form of the questionnaire you should order. Full review questionnaires are for <25% down payments and limited review is reserved for >25% down payments.

Fourth Step – Appraisal

Updating your mortgage banker with the required paperwork is vital to avoid another review of your file, which can increase the chances of even more stipulations and requested documentation. After your appraisal arrives at or above the contract price you should begin applying to the condo association which will take 7 days. This time period can possibly collide with the timing for the appraisal. 

Fifth Step – Go Over Those Financials

Now it’s time to review your latest end of the year financial statements, budget of the building, and rules. If you find yourself conflicted over anything during the reviewal process you are entitled up to 3 days to look over and cancel, enabling you to avoid tricky rental restrictions that can come up out of the blue. But the most important thing to review is the budget which needs to have at least 10% in a reserve account for you to get adequate financing, local portfolio loans can be an alternative.

Sixth Step – Title Search

In this step it’s important to locate a well-known and local title firm or a reputable attorney to conduct a  title search and a municipal lien search while making sure the annual real estate taxes are recent. Keep in mind that the title company needs to order the estoppel letter from the association on time to avoid delay. If you aim to use the seller’s title company an attorney should definitely review the title commitment and the transfer documents to make sure everything is in order.

Seventh Step – Look the Property Over

This is an important step that some people do not perform but is essential to make sure the property is in order. From creepy critters to damages things can happen and it is crucial that everything is in check before you make your investment. Issues like these are not immune to any property and that is why the final check must be carried out.

Eighth Step – The Closing Disclosure or HUD-1

The Closing Disclosure or HUD-1 needs to be gone over as quickly as possible and you have a 3 day waiting period between receipt of the Closing Disclosure and the actual closing. The speed of your closing is contingent on you completing the reviewal of this document. 

Ninth Step – Closing Time

Congrats, it’s now time for closing. You will need to forms of ID and your association approval along with the ALTA Master Settlement Statement. This statement will stand as proof of purchase until the deed gets recorded and mailed to you with your title insurance policy.

Tenth Step – Tax Deductible and Homestead Exemption

The final step, this is it folks. It’s now time to go over your tax-deductible expenses with your accountant. If your property is going to be your primary residence make sure you apply for the Homestead Exemption. The Homestead Exemption savings are transferable from previously sold homes making the process more convenient for experienced home-owners.


As we’re all dealing with the effects of COVID-19 in our lives, I want to share encouraging news: the government has approved the $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act which will help millions of people in this critical time.

This sweeping legislation is unprecedented in the history of our nation and provides significant economic assistance to address the impact of the COVID-19. The CARES Act is over 800 pages long, but here are some of the economic provisions most relevant for you:

If you’re eligible for a cash payment

Most individuals earning less than $75,000 can expect a one-time cash payment of $1,200. Married couples would each receive a check and families would get $500 per child. That means a family of four earning less than $150,000 can expect $3,400.

If you or someone you know has a lost a job

States will still continue to pay unemployment to people who qualify. This bill adds $600 per week from the federal government on top of whatever base amount a worker receives from the state. That boosted payment will last for four months.

If you’re a small business owner

The bill provides $10 billion for grants of up to $10,000 to provide emergency funds for small businesses to cover immediate operating costs.

There is $350 billion allocated for the Small Business Administration to provide loans of up to $10 million per business. Any portion of that loan used to maintain payroll, keep workers on the books, or pay for rent, mortgage and existing debt could be forgiven, provided workers stay employed through the end of June.

If you’re a freelancer or independent contractor

Typically, self-employed people, freelancers and contractors can’t apply for unemployment. This bill creates a new, temporary Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program representing $600 per week through the end of the year helping people who lose work as a direct result of the public health emergency.

If you would like to learn more about all the contents in the CARES Act, please see this article:

Please do not hesitate to reach out should you have any questions, or if you would like to chat.

Stay safe and healthy.

Andres Larin

Best Hotels Brickell & Downtown Miami

Hotels are the key to a great vacation and we’ve put together a list of the best spots to kick back and relax in Brickell and the surrounding area.

EAST Miami

788 Brickell Plaza, Miami, FL 33131

Perhaps the most unique and chic hotel on our list, EAST Miami is smack-dab in the middle of the great Brickell City Centre home to luxury retail, fine dining, and new condos. A fresh and modern creation, EAST Miami exhibits earthy vibes with natural stone walls and brown marble tile floors in its lobby. Developed by the Hong-Kong based EAST brand, the hotel honors its Chinese roots through clean and elegant design while maintaining a youthful spritz. The hotel’s masterful swimming deck is stunning and a favorite among guests. Like many other hotels on this list EAST Miami has floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious balconies with great views. “Uruguyan Heaven” is what I like to call Quinto La Huella which is EAST Miami’s featured restaurant. Find out more about this savory spot on our 10 Best Brickell Restaurants list.

Mandarin Oriental

500 Brickell Key Dr, Miami, FL 33131

Asian luxury at its finest, the Mandarin Oriental Miami is a five-star masterpiece located ideally on the exclusive Brickell Key. The Mandarin is one of the few resorts in the area that tangos with exclusivity and convenience as its located right next to Brickell and Downtown Miami. Rooms at this world-class haven exhibit high-gloss marble, bronze sculptures, dark-wood accents, and floor-to-ceiling windows with awe-inspiring views of the bay and the city. Residents are privy to the award-winning 15,000 square-foot spa and fitness- center as well as an on-site boutique. The resort is also home to one of the best restaurants in Miami, La Mar by Gaston Acurio. This Peruvian spot will tantalize your taste buds and keep you wanting more. Learn more about La Mar on our 10 Best Brickell Restaurants list.

Four Seasons

1435 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131

The Four Seasons Miami is among the cream of the crop when it comes to luxury and the brand exudes excellence on a worldwide level. Whether your on a romantic getaway, a family trip, or just staying for the night, The Four Seasons is a one-of-a-kind destination. The hotel stands distinctively above the serene Miami skyline and is a short walk from the picturesque Biscayne Bay providing guests with breathtaking views. The hotel features a two-acre resort-style pool area that is elegantly landscaped and features private cabanas, hammocks, and lounges. To top it off, the staff members at the hotel provide guests with complimentary smoothies and bites to eat during the day. The Four Seasons Miami also features a tremendous 50,000 square foot Equinox gym for guests to use. The experience at the Four Seasons is unrivaled and has everything your looking for in a dream stay.


805 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130

Located right next to the popular hotspot Brickell City Centre, SLS Lux is a flashy high-rise that is the epitome of city leisure. Developed by Arquitectonica and Jorge Pérez’s Related Group, SLS Lux features world-class art like a bronze Fernando Botero sculpture near the entrance and line drawings by Salvador Dalí. The hotel comes with the S Bar, an elegant rooftop pool and bar with beautiful views of the Brickell skyline. Guests are also able to enjoy the Ciel Spa known for its healing deep tissue massages. At SLS Lux the rooms are spacious featuring a private balcony and marble kitchen bar along with a tremendous bathroom setup that has a marble tub and rainfall shower. The hotel’s restaurant is a trendy and hip Japanese dive known as Katsuya which sports a great sushi bar selection.

InterContinental Miami

100 Chopin Plaza, Miami, FL 33131

Perhaps the very definition of a great business hotel, the InterContinental Miami is perched eloquently on the Miami River and is also within close proximity to Biscayne Bay. A hotspot amongst business travelers, the InterContinental fuses an elegant old-style feel with a fresh modern touch. The hotel is a prime location for conferences and events as it features large ballroom spaces. Rooms are homey and spacious with elegant bathrooms and panoramic windows providing views to Biscayne Bay and the port of Miami. Toro Toro is the hotel’s main restaurant attraction. Created by Mexican chef Richard Sandoval, it infuses contemporary tapas and pan-Latin cuisine.

W Miami

485 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131

The W brand is known worldwide for its glitz and flash, and its Miami locale exhibits much of the same. The W Miami has premier location among the skyscrapers of Brickell and is very close to the popular touristy destination Mary Brickell Village. The hotel has ravishing design, both interior and exterior. The glass structure was created by Arquitectonica and renowned designer Kelly Wearstler mixes Beverly Hills Rococo design with a hint of Asian flair. One unmistakeable feature at W Miami is the fantastic 300-foot-long infinity pool on its 15th floor. 15th & Vine is the featured restaurant and is adjacent to the pool deck with a beautiful patio terrace overlooking the bay. The name W rings bells around the world as it serves host to some of the greatest parties. The club FIFTY found on the 50th floor produces game-changing ragers that go long into the Miami night.

JW Marriot Marquis

255 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, FL 33131

The JW Marriot Marquis is located right on the water near Biscayne Bay. The luxurious establishment is nestled in between new high-rise condo developments and office towers and its close proximity to Brickell City Centre and Mary Brickell Village are just one of its many perks. A shining glass masterpiece, the JW Marriot oozes with distinction. Facilities at the JW Marriot are unrivaled as guests can enjoy a rooftop pool deck, luxurious spa with picturesque views, a huge fitness centre, and even a full-sized basketball court. Rooms boast opulent floor-to-ceiling windows that yield photo worthy views of Biscayne Bay and the downtown skyline and mini t.v screens are located in the bathroom mirrors for a modern feel. Daniel Boulud’s restaurant Boulud Sud is perfect for a quick bite or romantic dinner and mixes classic French cuisine with a Mediterranean twist.  

Brickell Living May Keep You Safe from Hurricanes

The Atlantic hurricane season officially runs from June 1st to November 30th. Each year, South Florida residents stock up on water, non-perishable foods, batteries, flashlights, first aid items, and prescription medications, just in case South Florida is located in a hurricane track. The peak of the season runs from late August through September, with the most activity taking place on or around September 10th.

With that being said, one of Miami’s safest neighborhoods during hurricane season is Brickell, as the modern condominium and apartment towers in Brickell have been built to meet some of our nation’s strictest building codes. All new constructions are expected to withstand winds up to 175 mph. Brickell is located in one of the regions mandatory evacuation zones, due to storm surge, but, read on to find out what makes Brickell a safe haven during hurricane season.

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Impact Glass

When a hurricane’s arrival is imminent, most Miami residents worry about putting up storm shutters or boarding up windows; but, Brickell residents don’t have to worry about that potentially dangerous and fastidious task. A large majority of residential buildings in the neighborhood have been constructed or remodeled with hurricane impact glass windows. Said windows have been tested to withstand winds over 145 mph. Fortunately, Brickell residents don’t have to live in total darkness during and after the storm, thanks to strong, shatter-resistant glass.

Vehicle Safety

Vehicles tend to be very prized positions; fortunately, for Brickell residents, most buildings have parking garages where residents can park their vehicles safely. Parking garages keep vehicles safe from falling trees and flying debris. Most parking garages in Brickell are on the 2nd to 12th floors of buildings, making the risk of flood damage to vehicles relatively low for residents.

Power Restoration

Losing power during a hurricane is almost inevitable. However, Brickell residents don’t have to contend to being without power for too long. Brickell is one of the most populated areas of the United States, with an estimated 35,000 people living in the neighborhood, which is just over 1 square mile in size, states the Downtown Development Authority. Brickell is one of the biggest international banking hubs in the nation, so FPL is sure to work diligently to restore power in this “high priority” area.

Food & Beverage Options A Plenty

Brickell has a plethora of places where residents can stock up on food and beverage items such as water, as well as prepared foods. Brickell is home to 3 Publix stores, and countless convenience stores, restaurants, and cafes. Once the hurricane has passed, and power is restored, Brickell will be one of the easiest places in Miami to find groceries and prepared foods.

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Building Standards

Many precautions have been set in place with modern building standards. Some buildings in the area have also been upgraded to tougher construction standards. Many building owners have replaced windows with tempered glass that shatters into tiny cubes, in order to avoid large shards falling all over the streets and sidewalks. Miami-Dade building code requires the first 30 feet of any high rise to be equipped with high impact windows, which can withstand being hit by a nine-pound 2×4 traveling at a speed of 50 feet per second. Above the 30-feet height, Miami-Dade building code is required to use small missile impact glass that can withstand being struck by a small steel ball bearing traveling at 130 feet per second.

With an average of 10 named storms each hurricane season, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Residents living in mandatory evacuation zones, such as Brickell, should plan on where they will flee to ride out the storm, if one comes to the region. However, if staying in your apartment and riding out the storm is the only option you have, then make sure you have enough supplies to last you for a week after the storm passes, in case storm surge flooding cuts off the area to emergency services. Also, if at any point during the hurricane, you feel that your unit isn’t safe enough to withstand the storm, head to the stairwell of your building, as that is the safest and strongest section of any high-rise. Stairwells are sturdy because they are poured-in and reinforced with shear concrete walls. Just be careful that the doors don’t slam shut, or you might encounter a problem with getting out. All in all, just remain calm, cool, and collected during hurricane season.

Best Return On Investment Brickell, Miami

Better ROI (Return on Investment): Miami Condos vs. Miami Homes

Who doesn’t aim to have the best possible return on investment? Real estate owners all over Miami are constantly looking for the best condos to purchase so that they can turn them over for a profit in whatever time frame they so please. In real- estate investing it is key to keep in mind a couple of predominant factors, the market, the subject property, and of course the biggest, LOCATION! Buyers these days are weighing these factors and a large portion are now looking at purchasing single family homes with the idea of flipping them in the future. This short guide will highlight the pros and cons of purchasing condos and homes in the Miami area with the intent of leveraging their investment benefits.

Why Choose A Miami Home Over A Condo?

Potential Appreciation

Homes in Miami tend to be more stable in terms of price fluctuations compared to their condo counterparts. Even though some condos tend to grow exponentially in value, the market is very volatile and unpredictable. On the other hand the housing market in Miami is the definition of stability and is growing steadily. Additionally, the amount of homes in Miami is not high even though there are many potential buyers with young families. This limited supply makes it a hot commodity for potential buyers.

Lower Overall Costs

Owners of potential condos have to spend maintenance fees for their own unit as well as condo fees in general. These fees are known to be very costly and higher than the maintenance and insurance fees of homes. This potential spending can be saved for home improvement or something else if you choose a home over a condo when it comes to your investment.

Renting Capabilities

Renting your home out in Miami is easy and comes with no time restrictions. On the other hand Miami condos have strict rental restrictions permitting rentals only once or twice every year. Additionally, there are higher costs when including condo maintenance, making the rent higher and the market for your property minuscule.

Price Per Square Foot

Price per square foot of a condo is generally much more expensive than a home. Due to this, owning a home over a condo will yield a better bang for your buck and more space for a fraction of the price.

Why Choose A Miami Condo Over A Home?

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Lower Miscellaneous Costs

Owning a home comes with the hassle of dealing with many things like the lawn, roof, backyard, patio, and potentially a pool as well. On the other hand condos do not have these features and that subsequently yields less costs when it comes to upkeep for potential buyers.

Tremendous Amenities & Location

One of the well-known benefits of purchasing a new condo residence are the wonderful and world-class amenities at your disposal. With Miami having some of the most luxurious condominium developments in the country, these perks add tremendous value to your condo and can be a game-changer when it comes to renting out your space.

Properties Going For Lower Than Assessment Value

The current Miami condo market features lots of fast-selling inventory. This quick turnover can actually prove to be a valuable point of leverage for potential house flippers. The rapid selling of inventory fosters tremendous investment opportunities if you can purchase properties below market value.

Best Brickell Lunch Spots

Brickell is constantly transforming. With the variety of trendy and contemporary eateries sprouting around the district you just know there are a host of places to stop for a delicious lunch. To make your life easier, we’ve put together a knockout list of what we consider some of the best lunch spots in Brickell.

Crazy About You

Just from the name “Crazy About You,” one can get romantic vibes from one of Brickell’s most amazing lunch atmospheres. Developed by the team at Spanish Grupo La Misión- which brought us Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita as well- this contemprary Brickell restaurant serves savory eclectic cuisine and features a fantastically romantic view of the bay. Popular for lunch- dates, Crazy About You features beautiful decorum, freshly made food, and has tremendous bang for your buck. Some crowd favorites are the serrano ham croquettes and the mojo-roasted half-chicken with spinach and artichokes.

Casa Tua Cucina

If you haven’t heard about Casa Tua Cucina on brickell.com before, where have you been! Perhaps our favorite food destination, Casa Tua is a perfect spot to meet for a delectable lunch experience. The 18,000-sq.-ft. marketplace features a wide host of different stations serving Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. The setting is perfect for a quick bite and the design is superb with its clean tile work and casual ambiance. Casa Tua offers a wide range of pizzas, pastas, pastries, charcuterie and crudos along with a wine bar and a flower shop.

Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita

Another fantastic lunch location from the Spanish Grupo La Misión, Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita is an experience for the ages. A rustic 2- story setting, Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita was once the site of Miami’s Fire Station No. 4. Something quirky and awesome about the restaurant is that the upstairs with its rooftop dining area, panoramic views of the Miami skyline, and indoor seating area, is called “Dolores”. On the other hand the downstairs is referred to as “Lolita,” and features a café on weekdays while transforming into a trendy night lounge in the night.


The true haven of tacos, Tacology is home to some of the best Mexican street food in all of Dade County and Miami. Located in the heart of the Brickell City Center, Tacology’s neon purple logo is hard to miss. Tacology was created by Chef Santiago Gomez and has a unique market atmosphere with majestic hanging vines, decadent canopies, and colorful seats. A perfect place to gather during lunch time with friends or family, Tacology combines a cool atmosphere with zesty, tangy, and delectable Mexican food options. I normally go for the Pulled Chicken Chilaquiles which are to die for. Tacology also makes its way onto our 10 Best Brickell Restaurants list.

Zuuk Mediterranean Kitchen

Trendy, hip, artsy. This is what comes to mind when thinking of Zuuk Mediterranean Kitchen. Commonly known in the community as the “Mediterranean Chipotle,” Zuuk infuses cool black & white interior designs with quick, fresh, and healthy food. Customers can construct their own bowl, roll, or salad and add proteins, toppings, and spreads to create their own unique Mediterranean masterpiece. The service at Zuuk is fantastic and the employees are known to be some of the friendliest in Brickell.

Best Happy Hours in Brickell & Downtown Miami

Who doesn’t want to enjoy a good happy hour every week? Living in the financial district of Miami can make daily life feel hectic and nonstop, so it is important to recognize the hotspots that will enable you to relax and unwind, all while saving a couple of bucks.

Casa Tua

Here at Brickell.com Casa Tua Cucina is one of our top restaurants overall and you can check out our favorites on the menu in our Top 10 Best Restaurants in Brickell Article. Casa Tua’s happy hour also fits its high standard. Casa Tua Cucina is located in the recently opened Saks Brickell City Center. The food hall is massive and regal in its own right and is a popular destination for brunch, snacks, or dinner. The Casa Tua bar proudly serves 48 assorted wines by the glass, beer on tap, as well as a host of specialty cocktails. To enjoy Casa Tua happy hour you must be seated at one of the spots at the bar. The happy hour at Casa Tua runs from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m every weekday. During the 3 hour stretch you can enjoy $8 cocktails, $6 wine, and $4 beer. On top of that Casa Tua serves $5-10 tapas to satisfy your snacking inclinations.

American Social

American Social is a trendy and popular spot located on the waterfront. It is perfect for casual gatherings between family and friends and is known for its delectable brunches, casual ambiance, and is a hype spot to catch a game. American Social has prime location on the Miami River and regulars are privy to some tremendous views. Happy hour at American Social is on weekdays from 4 – 8 p.m. and features $10 cocktails along with half off other alcoholic beverages. On top of that you can pair your drink with $6 snack plates and enjoy a wide range of beer options.

SoCal Cantina

SoCal Cantina is truly a margarita lovers heaven. This quirky yet contemporary outdoor bar is located in the heart of Brickell outside of the popular restaurant, Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita. A Mexican masterpiece of a bar, SoCal Cantina offers fantastic tequila options and mezcal drinks along with small snacks. Happy hour runs from 4- 8 p.m everyday and cocktails are a cool $7 while beers come in at $4 a pop, and shots at $5.

Area 31

Area 31 is one of the most popular bars in Brickell. The views at Area 31 are tremendous the fantastic happy hour options make it an attractive option to many. On Fridays, guests at Area 31 can enjoy specialty cocktails, select rum, and champagne starting at just $5. One of the unique things that makes Area 31 different is that the price of the drink corresponds to the time of purchase; $5 at 5 p.m., $6 at 6 p.m., etc. They also have a regular happy hour weekdays from 5 – 8 p.m. where you can order $7 specialty drinks and snacks.

Brickell Heights Equinox

The recently opened Equinox location at Brickell Heights epitomizes the contemporary fitness qualities of the brand while infusing it with a hint of Miami.

Equinox Brickell Heights embodies the true Miami spirit with its panoramic yoga studio, wraparound pool deck and cabanas, floor-to-ceiling windows, over 8,000 square feet of strength and cardio equipment, deluxe locker rooms, steam rooms, a full-service spa, juice bar and café and more. 

Aaron Richter the Senior Vice President of Design at Equinox said, “Equinox Brickell Heights was designed as a true urban oasis.” “We wanted the light, color, and flavor of Miami to be on display at every turn in this club, so we thoughtfully incorporated elements such as floor-to-ceiling windows and a wraparound deck to highlight the bright surroundings of the city.”

The features at Equinox Brickell Heights are awe-inspiring. Equinox Brickell Heights features yoga classes, group fitness programming, top-tier personal training, Pilates, cycling, Kids Club, lounges, Kiehl’s products, Eucalyptus Towels, an outdoor pool and much more. Equinox instructors will manage a mixture of innovative and diverse classes like The Cut, The Pursuit, and Firestarter.

Brickell Heights is also home to four treatment rooms and a shop, which offers a selection of chic performance athletic apparel from brands like Rhone, Michi, Koral, and Spiritual Gangster, making Equinox Brickell Heights an all-around excellent workout experience.

Brickell City Center Expansion

Plans for the new and improved Brickell City Centre

One of the hottest destinations in all of Miami, Brickell City Centre is set to grow even bigger and better.

Brickell City Centre is known to residents of Miami as a hub of fine dining, top of the line shopping, and endless entertainment options. As great of an attraction Brickell City Centre currently is, plans are being made for its expansion. The plan though is a longterm one and construction won’t begin for another couple of years.

Swire Properties, the project’s original developer, plans to add two brand new state of the art towers. These towers will stand 54 and 62 stories high respectively and will be connected by a unique and distinctive bridge where pedestrians can walk between properties. Both towers will consist of over 972 residential units and a three-level multifunctional retail base.

Swire will add an additional 90,000 square feet of new mall space at the former Tobacco Road property which will include over 840 parking spaces. Swire is also committed to dividing $1 million equally among the five commission districts designated for affordable housing or anti-poverty efforts.

Parking for the new towers will be in the garages that are above the ground. Most of the existing parking at Brickell City Centre is currently below ground, and One Brickell City Centre and the North Block are planned to have below-grade parking.

The projects schedule will depend on favorable market conditions, construction will not begin for another couple of years and completion would then take another three or so years.

Brickell.com Nominated For Best Agent Website by Miami Agent Magazine

Our very own Brickell.com is up for the Best Agent Website Award by Miami Agent Magazine! This has been a year of rejuvenation and growth here at Brickell.com led by our founder Andres Larin. Our commitment to providing visitors of our site with up to date real estate listings and multifaceted content about our wonderful Brickell district and the larger Miami area has enabled us to be in the position we are in today. We pride ourselves on our hyper-locally focused website that brings the best user experience by offering a seamless search engine for Brickell Real Estate, in-depth analytics to buyers and sellers, and an effective marketing strategy that has a proven track record of getting results. Our continued dedication to excellence has enabled us to garner over 100,000 visitors in the last year alone. But our commitment to grow our site is at the core of what we aim to accomplish, so that we can serve as a hub for all things Brickell and Miami. To vote for us for the Best Agent Website award and more please visit Miami Agent Magazine!