People to know in Brickell

With businessmen, policy makers, restauranteurs, and preservationists all packed into the 1.19-square-mile neighborhood, Brickell is full of interesting people.

After launching the successful ClassPass, Mary Biggins teamed up with her old college roommate Katie Ghelli to hack lunching. Together they've moved from NYC to MIA to kickstart MealPass — like a college meal plan, but for adults.

Meg Daly is transforming the land under the Metrorail into a 10-mile linear park and urban trail. Learn how to help Miami’s most ambitious new park project.

The new Brickell restaurant from My Ceviche manager Tomas Prado and former OTC owner Michael Sullivan makes local products the star of the show.

Getting from point A to point B is one of those constant Miami struggles, especially without a car. Here's one take on learning the Miami schlep, and why it’s not for the faint of heart.

Meet Jason Odio, the mind behind Sidebar Miami, one of Brickell’s favorite late night hot spots.

Everything changes, including some beloved childhood haunts. Take a trip through some treasured spots in Miami's past, from bakeries, to bowling alleys, to a center for snakes.

The real estate market is booming, and Miami's neighborhoods are changing so quickly it can be hard to keep up. While there are a lot of developers thinking in big buildings and bigger dollars, we caught up with a few developers and organizers who are thinking at the slightly more human scale, to ask them about what they think is next for Miami's changing neighborhoods.

We had a drink with the creator of Blackbird Ordinary to learn how the bar became a Brickell staple in just four years. We learned how to make some of their tasty cocktails, too.

Steven Perricone has seen Brickell transform from from a quiet, residential community to a busy and bustling city center. While his neighborhood changes around him, Perricone's Italian entrees remain as delicious as ever.