Brickell Neighborhood Tour

July 31, 2012 by Lucas Lechuga

We are in the process of revamping our neighborhood pages.  It has been a project that I have kept on the back burner for about two years.  The new neighborhood pages are geared towards non-locals and others unfamiliar with the various neighborhoods throughout South Florida. My intent is to provide quality content which will allow people to familiarize themselves with the area and get a sense for what each neighborhood has to offer.

One way in which I hope to educate these people is visually.  The above video/picture slideshow is one such example.  (I suggest changing the quality setting to 1080p HD and switching to full screen mode when viewing the video.)  My goal when taking these pictures was to provide those unacquainted with the area the type of scenic tour one would receive if walking the neighborhood by foot.  I also included some amazing shots that were taken from a boat that we rented as well as others that were taken from various high-rise buildings throughout Brickell.  I thoroughly enjoyed working on this project and it made me fall in love with Brickell all over again.  Brickell is truly a beautiful neighborhood and one which seems to keep getting better with time.

Creating the content for each neighborhood page is very time consuming so we are going to roll out each neighborhood one at a time starting with Brickell.  We hope to have the Brickell neighborhood page launched early next week then move on from there. We are also working on a few other website enhancements which should go live later this week.  I will discuss those at a later time.

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AJ
4 years 1 month ago

stunning! but where are the people!! anyway when you are showing a building, show the name plate before. you have done for some but not all. Also when showing the eateries, why show just the name plate. Show the entire establishment on a long shot with the name showing. The advice regarding 1080P is very much welcomed. Could have been more extensive and twice longer but nevertheless Great job. Looking forward to your OMNI/Arts movie and Midtown Movie.

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george
4 years 1 month ago
re Lucas visit to Omni area: you ought to you check out The Grand at 1717 No Bayshore Drive It is the answer for time -pressed working professionals whose needs for ancillary services are provided under one roof. Reminds me of what you find in NYC at the Pavilion on the upper east side -there known as a “full-service building” . Grand has half a dozen restaurants including a deli, dry cleaner, gym huge pool and jacuzzi, package room. Condoa are very spacious with 1 bedrooms 900-1100 interior sq ft ; 2 br up to 1700 sq ft. Many units… Read more »
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Gixxer1000
4 years 1 month ago
I agree with AJ somewhat. I would also add some shots of Brickell at night. Probably a couple near Mary Brickell Village and a few more along Brickell ave. I think that would really give people a sense of how the area is. Even on regular weekday nights there are tons of people sitting out having drinks and enjoying themselves. You get a sense of the great buildings in the area in your video but not the street activity of the area. But regardless I must say your site has to be one of the best and most organized to… Read more »
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