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        Tobacco Road is another historic site, though it has not been officially added to the national register. The bar claims to be the oldest one in Miami. A liquor license was issued in 1912, though records indicate that it was a bakery in 1915. It was in almost continual operation since then, though it was temporarily shut down during Prohibition when a speakeasy was discovered operating out of the top floor. In 2014 the building was sold for $12.5 million and the establishment closed, though the owners expressed their intentions to reopen in a new location.

        A professional corner of Miami home to the city’s financial district as well as various upscale apartments, shopping, and restaurants, the waterside neighborhood of Brickell is perfect for getting to know the stately side of the city, whether you’re interested in finding a good hotel for networking or an afternoon of shopping along the many malls on South Miami Avenue. Don’t leave any part of the day behind by making sure you’ve got a solid lift as well, whether that means settling for the quietude of a shuttle drop-off or finding newfound luxury inside a stretched limousine.

        Book the right stay to have a good night’s sleep, choosing from various ritzy locales that include Four Seasons Miami, which offers an enormous pool and full-service spa, while W Miami provides one-of-a-kind luxury in the form of high-rise views and a rooftop terrace. For something close to the trendy Mary Brickell Village, stay at either EAST Miami, Aloft Brickell, or Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Downtown, each providing close access to light rail stations as well as various business-friendly amenities. More low-cost options can be found along SW 15th Road, including Churchill Suites Brickell and Atton Brickell.

        Have fun with all there is to do in the immediate area, spending the afternoon at Mary Brickell Village, an open-air shopping mall that blends high-end brands with local boutiques, afterward heading down the street to the expansive Brickell City Centre. Unwind with cascading breezes at Brickell Point when the heat winds down, also considering a stroll through Simpson Park, an urban tropical forest that contains native flora and rare local wildlife, while Brickell Key Park offers isolated island views of the Miami South Channel. Try out the area’s most beloved eatery before leaving as well, sitting down for some swanky Italian at Perricone’s Marketplace & Café.

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        Right in the heart of downtown Miami, Brickell is quickly overtaking all competition to become one of the largest and most financial districts in the United States. It is also one of the fastest growing and most densely populated neighborhoods in Miami.

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        As such, the original Millionaire’s Row is quickly being replaced by skyscrapers and office buildings. There is still enough of Historic Brickell left to catch many visitor’s attention, though.

        The historic mansions in Brickell were designed by Mary Brickell, who gives the name to the neighborhood as well as an important avenue that runs through it. There is not much left of that important family, though the Brickell Mausoleum still stands in the park. The mausoleum is the only surviving structure linked to the Brickell family. In 1989 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

        Another important landmark in Brickell is Miami Circle. This archaeological site measures 38 feet across and contains 24 holes cut into the bedrock. Originally, it was thought to be a burial site, though its exact purpose remains unknown. Wood recovered from the site has been radio-carbon dated at 1,700 to 2,000 years old. Some theories claim that the site is not as old as the wood, mainly due to the fact that there is no evidence of indigenous North Americans building permanent structures that early.

        Artifacts recovered from the site link it to the Tequesta tribe, which was wiped out by infectious diseases brought over by the European colonials. A complete shark skeleton, a dolphin skull, and the carapace of a sea turtle were discovered underneath the site. The current prevailing theory is that the circle is the location of a ceremonial building that was raised on stilts to protect it from flooding. Whatever the true purpose of the site was, it is a fascinating place to visit.

        Like the Brickell Mausoleum, Miami Circle has been added onto the National Register of Historic Places. Other Brickell sites on the register include Dr James Jackson’s office, which was the first surgery in Miami and opened in 1905; Southside School, the oldest elementary school in Miami, opening its doors in 1900; St. Jude Melkite Catholic Church, which is where Madonna and Carlos Leon had their daughter baptized; and Fire Station No. 4 which was built in 1922 and is now operating as a restaurant.