The best of Miami.
The best of Brickell. All at one address.

An Urban Oasis at Brickell Park

Brickell is the city’s most elite financial hub, with new tech companies moving in, and emerging creators and founders here to stay. Plus incredible food. The best bars. Outstanding people-watching. And unreal beaches right nearby. The energy feels as up-to-speed and upbeat as the neighborhood itself—an endless flow of people, ideas, conversations, inspiration, and experiences—leading directly to Domus Brickell Park.

At the Center of it all

Metro Mover

3 min.

Mary Brickell Village

4 min.

Brickell City Centre

6 min.

Brightline Station

7 min.

Bayfront Park

8 min.

Bayside Marketplace

8 min.

Brickell Key

8 min.

Kaseya Center

9 min.

Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts

10 min.

Metro Rail

10 min.

Pérez Art Museum Miami

10 min.

Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

10 min.

Key Biscayne

14 min.

Port Miami

15 min.

Miami Internation Airport

16 min.

Miami Beach

20 min.

Travel Time by Car

Port Miami in Downtown is known as the cruise capital of the world.

Miami International Airport is one of the largest airports after JFK (NY) with 50 million airline passengers.

Miami holds international status in the art world, and along with it, an outstanding reputation for cultural life—a place of music, theatre, performing arts, and more.

Miami is a fan of every major sport—plus F1 Racing, Miami Open, and The Miami Marathon.

Home to the Big Five:

Major League Soccer (MLS),
Major League Baseball (MLB),
National Football League (NFL),
National Hockey League (NHL),
and National Basketball Association (NBA)

Brickell is known for its next-level mix of fashion, design, home and technology brands, all right next door. Domus is steps from Brickell City Centre, Miami Design District, art galleries, and luxury boutiques.

Miami, exponentially growing in presence as a food destination, has brought multiple MICHELIN starred chefs to the city which is also full of diverse cuisine, iconic institutions, and endless new cafés, bistros, and trattorias.

Brickell has already made its mark as the city’s elite financial district, evidenced by hedge fund powerhouse Citadel moving in soon. Major tech companies like Microsoft have also flocked to the waterfront neighborhood, along with BigLaw, and a growing startup and accelerator presence.