Downtown Miami Trolley Brings Excitement to Brickell Condo Residents’ Doorstep
by Sep Niakan | May 17, 2012
If it’s been your dream as a Brickell condo resident to begin the day with a good jog, head to work without having to deal with the traffic and then unwind at the mall without ever getting behind the wheel; it may have just come true. With the launch of the second route of the Downtown Miami Trolley, you can just hop on and hop off at will and get everything accomplished minus the traffic or charges. This free service runs every 15 minutes from 6.30 am to 11 pm, Mon-Sat, and is definitely a joy for all Downtown Miami Condo residents.
Connecting a host of attractions and condos, the Downtown Miami Trolley takes you along the Brickell/Biscayne corridor, all the way to the Omni Terminal. So, those morning jogs at the Bayfront Park, power lunches at the Financial District and evening shows at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts become all the more accessible. The Brickell condo residents to benefit the most from this run would include those at the 1100 Millecento, Avenue 1060 Brickell, Santa Maria, The Plaza on Brickell as well as Axis Brickell. And, for the rest, the trolley is just going to be a short walk from their home.
Even residents in the South Brickell area have reason to look forward to the trolley, as the routing makes it easier for them to enjoy most Downtown attractions. Monumental places such as the Freedom Tower and Bicentennial Park are featured on the way when aboard the trolley. Other places connected by the trolley include the Mary Brickell Village, Brickell Key, James L. Knight Center, AmericanAirlines Arena and the Miami International University Art and Design. Downtown Miami condo residents will find it even more convenient to catch up on the Miami Heat playoffs with a special service on Sundays during the games.
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