Universtiy of Miami Miller School of Medicine Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies

Brickell


Brickell is a historic district of Miami that was once home to multi-million dollar estates – now is Miami’s preeminent urban neighborhood. Brickell Avenue is the broad thoroughfare flanked with financial and residential towers. Although some apartments can be pricey, there are inexpensive gems located in this area perfectly fit for the young professional. The sidewalks and parKs provide a safe and health lifestyle. Many students choose to call Brickell home because of its convenient proximity to the Health District as well as easy access to a variety of restaurants, shopping and entertainment.

Living and Costs

  • Mostly apartments and condos
  • Studio / One bedroom: $1350-1600 / mo; 2 bedroom: $1900-2500 / mo
  • Accessibility to Metro
  • Close to grocery stores, restaurants, and bars
  • Centrally located to all points in Miami
  • Parking can be difficult for guests
  • Rent can be a barrier for many

Popular Housing

  • Axis Brickell, 79 Southwest 12th Street
  • The Mark on Brickell, 1155 Brickell Bay Drive
  • 500 Brickell, 500 Brickell Avenue
  • Camden Brickell, 50 Southwest 10th Street
  • Neo Vertika, 690 SW 1st Court
  • 1060 Brickell, 1060 Brickell Avenue
  • The Ivy, 90 SW 3th Street
  • The Mint, 92 SW 3rd Street
  • The Wind, 350 S Miami Avenue
  • Brickell on the River, 31 SE 5 Street

Transportation

  • Car is not necessary
  • 10-20 minute drive to medical campus
  • 8-10 minutes commute by Metrorail from Brickell Station
  • Walking distance to the MetroRail and MetroMover Stations
  • Free Miami Trolley to Downtown, Brickell and Coconut Grove

Nearby Attractions

  • Mary Brickell Village
  • Weekly farmers’ market
  • Grocery stores in walking distance
  • Many restaurants and bars