Brickell Key Condos and Neighborhood Guide
Brickell Key – a gated, man-made island located just east of Brickell – was developed entirely by Swire Properties, the same Hong Kong-listed, multinational corporation which recently developed Brickell City Centre – the massive, $1.05B mixed-use development in Brickell. Swire Properties acquired Brickell Key in the late 1970s from Edward N. Claughton and then later began construction on Brickell Key’s first condo tower, Brickell Key One, which was completed in 1982. At present time, Brickell Key is comprised of one office building called Courvoisier Centre, one 5-star hotel called the Mandarin Oriental, and 11 waterfront, condo developments: Asia, Brickell Key One, Brickell Key Two, Carbonell, Courts Brickell Key, Courvoisier Courts, Isola, One Tequesta Point, Two Tequesta Point, Three Tequesta Point, and St. Louis. With the exception a small parcel located on the backside of the Mandarin Oriental, Brickell Key is entirely built-out and has no remaining land for development.
The parameter of Brickell Key is marked by a 1.1-mile jogging path, which offers breathtaking views of the water. At its interior, the 44-acre, triangular-shaped island has a gourmet market, dry cleaners, beauty salon, restaurant, and children’s playground.
Brickell Key is just blocks from Brickell including the shops, restaurants, and nightlife at Mary Brickell Village and Brickell City Centre. By car, Brickell Key is just 5 minutes from Downtown Miami, 15 minutes from South Beach, and 25 minutes from the Miami International Airport.