I was born and raised in Miami, Florida, my career began at the age of 16 in the commercial sector first with Commercial Property Group, Inc. and then with Lee S Katsikos SIOR President of The Katsikos Group, Inc., in Doral, Florida. With well over 20+/- years of experience and complete understanding and in-depth knowledge of the issues driving and shaping our current real estate environm…
Along Miami’s scenic Route 1 hugging the stunning coastline winds Brickell Avenue, one of the most prestigious addresses in Miami. The former estate of one of Miami’s first families, Mary and William Brickell, has grown into a glamorous, young, urban neighborhood where Miami’s international elite flock to in droves. Brickell houses the city’s financial and trade center, and represents the second largest banking center in the United States. Now it is one of the most sought after addresses among globetrotters. A favorite spot among the city’s vibrant Argentinian, Colombian, Cuban, Nicaraguan and Venezuelan residents, the neighborhood has a cosmopolitan flair with a happening Latin vibe. There’s an energy, vibrancy and sophistication to this neighborhood hard to match. It’s New York in a tropical climate.
Just like many of its international residents, the prestigious Brickell Avenue residences are among the finest, cutting edge of luxury architecture and design in the world. Here sleek skyscrapers representing the best of architecture, design, technology and service stand among Miami’s towering office buildings. Many of the properties offer expansive water and city views. Step outside your building, nearby is Mary Brickell Village offering high-end shops and boutiques, some of the city’s finest restaurants, as well as top of the line personal services. Miami’s cultural attractions such as Wynwood Arts District, Perez Art Museum, and Gusman Center for the Performing Arts are also nearby. Brickell also offers easy access to water activities and marinas.
Brickell Avenue offer some of Miami’s finest options for preschool and montessori programs in the city. La Prima Casa Montessori is a well respected daycare and school that takes children beginning at 6 months and continues through elementary. There is also Village Montessori Day School, a bilingual program, for Pre-K and Kindergarten. Additional daycares and preschools include: Giggles Enrichment Center, Early Childhood Institute, Brickell International Academy and Tiniciti Preschool. There is the well-respected Key Point Academy, a Presbyterian private school, serving preschool through middle school. Kingsbury Academy for Kindergarten through 12th grade is another private school option. St. Peter and Paul School is the local catholic school for preschool through 8th grade.