Brickell City Centre
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Brickell City Centre is a shopping and mixed-use project in Miami, Florida. It spans up to five blocks to the west of Brickell Avenue and to the south of the Miami River, in the Brickell district of Greater Downtown. Great restaurants, cafes, shopping, and people watching.
The Brickell City Centre is a nice indoor/outdoor shopping mall with well established brands and good restaurants/fast casual spots.
Four levels of luxury, premium and world-class dining and entertainment are interconnected over three city blocks and anchored by a 107,000 square foot Saks Fifth Avenue and luxury VIP Cinema Experience from CMX.
Nice, friendly, quite, and easy to shop. Small but convenient. Beautiful shopping plaza! Has nice views. Relaxed atmosphere.
It’s a great place to eat and go shopping and is also feet away from Mary Brickell Village; both places are excellent for an afternoon of shopping and dining.
An elegant shopping mall located right on Brickell Avenue by the bay! Great for shopping, dining, and simple sightseeing.
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