Video: Here’s What It’s Like To Walk Through Lively Brickell On A Sunday Night

YouTube channel 4kWalk took a stroll through Brickell last year and captured it on camera.

The video was taken in May 2021, a little over a year after the start of the pandemic.

According to the intro, the footage was taken at 9:30PM on a Sunday night – a time when most other cities around the world would have much quieter streets, as residents settle down for the upcoming week of work.

In a comment, the channel’s administrator noted that the city had drastically changed in recent years.

 

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Brickell could use wider sidewalks and narrower streets.

Anonymous
1 month ago

i think they had a project recently to widen them

XL sidewalks Plz
1 month ago

The 5’ sidewalks with poles all over are not cutting it

Anonymous
1 month ago

Add in the scooters littered everywhere and walking is next to impossible

Anonymous
1 month ago

Next to impossible?

DM me and I’ll introduce you to the person who taught me how to walk.

She’s great! I can walk all around Brickell (even while chewing gum!) With no problem at all!

Anonymous
1 month ago

The scooters are dangerous. Should never be on sidewalks.

Anonymous
1 month ago

No, with narrower sidewalks it looks more busy. The streets cannot get any narrower anymore.

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

the streets are already narrow, and our delivery trucks are meant for your fetishized narrow streets.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Brickell could use better street interaction that aren’t just a couple retail bays and giant parking pedestals with an ugly murals plastered over it. You know, for outdoor dining?

Stan
27 days ago

Have you actually walked on Miami Avenue in Brickell? It is loaded with outdoor diners 7 days a week.

Anonymous
1 month ago

No one has noticed but that video is many months old.

Vince
1 month ago

We truly live in paradise. God Bless Miami.

Casey
1 month ago

Love our city

MiMiami
1 month ago

This is before Sexy Fish, too.

Anonymous
1 month ago

i remember when all the action was on miami ave, now is spreading to the adjacent streets, brickell ave, brickell bay dr, sw2 ave , the miami river area and all the alleys that connect the main arteries. this neighborhood is unique and will get better

Downtown Blue Voter
1 month ago

I think I saw my BF with another guy!!!!

Anonymous
1 month ago

bro-

Anonymous
1 month ago

Is that a Game Changer?

Anonymous
1 month ago

That other guy’s name is Benjamin Dover.

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

of course the downtown blue voter would be G

Melo is sigma and chad
1 month ago

His channel regularly shows south florida in a positive light. Even Brickell is about to even add more density to its western, northern and southern parts.

Anonymous
1 month ago

If you want to see new videos of downtown and brickell street life, watch Walks&Wallstreet on YouTube. He’s great

Anonymous
1 month ago

Last night he actually ran into another NYC transplant and live streamer, Action Kid during his live stream.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Is saw that!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I saw that!*

WallstreetskateBro
23 days ago

Tom is great! and his content is top notch non sesual with it. Glad he moved down to Miami.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Thank you for the video TNM. It actually shows what all the construction we see going on and the other new projects that are planned for Brickell, downtown, the Arts District, Edgewater, and Wynwood are for in changing the dynamics of Miami. And the video shows you can get to all of it on a convenient Metromover ride!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Tell that to posters on here who refuse to walk more than two blocks and want a Metromover extension and over every street and block, which would in turn ruin the walkability.

Original
1 month ago

Nobody wants or expects a Metromover extension to go over every street and block in Miami. If you prefer walking every where as your means of getting there, then by all means walk, no one will prevent you. The Metromover has been up and in service for over thirty years and I think the forefathers in Miami who envisioned it certainly didn’t expect it to just end where it has now and scratch our heads about what should be done with it now and in the future. Forty five to fifty year ago, elected officials really had knowledge, insight, and vision in Miami.

Zz01
1 month ago

If we could get this volume of traffic on the length of both Brickell Ave and 8th street in addition to S Miami Ave, that would be impressive. But for now, it’s really just S Miami Ave.

James
1 month ago

Flagler street is getting revamped for pedestrian only may turn into Lincoln Rd like

Lmao
26 days ago

I love how TNM gives us this story as one of the 4 daily articles and then immediately proceeds to take more than a week off. Get some more help!

James
1 month ago

This video was taken when NY was still asking restaurant patrons to show vaccine ID in order to be served inside and some areas of Manhattan was still shut down.

Anonymous
29 days ago

New York City has a population of about eight million people. Miami hasn’t even reached five hundred thousand people yet.

So what’s your point?

The Lefty Anarchist
29 days ago

And? What’s your point pal? This is MIAMI we are talking about. No draconian shutdown here.

Anonymous
28 days ago

My point?.. my point is that NYC has a much, much greater population to worry about.

Stop trying to compare Miami to other cities.. especially when there is a governor in Florida who’s trying to drag the state back into draconian type thinking.

H and A from the SLS
25 days ago

That’s why all the NYers eant to move here lol

H and A from the SLS
25 days ago

Want*

Anonymous
25 days ago

Look idjut, people from NYC have been moving to Miami and people from Miami have been moving to NYC before YOU and your PARENTS were born.. GET IT?!

Geezzz I’m tired of these people who think any and everything on this planet began when they were born.

Anonymous
28 days ago

Are u joking? Miami was the worst, I remember people getting ticketed for not wearing masks in Wynwood, ridiculous

Anonbttm
1 month ago

“when most other cities around the world would have much quieter streets”
That’s why I love Miami. You go to literally any other city anywhere and you’ll maybe see one other person every couple hours. Just loose newspaper sheets floating across empty streets kinda empty. Pathetic.
(´,,•ω•,,)♡

MBeach
26 days ago

No wonder Lincoln Rd Is dying

Robert
25 days ago

Walks and Wall Street and Action Kid both livestream from Miami. ..

H and A from the SLS
25 days ago

All the hot miami girls are moving to mid Town or wynwood. All we have are middle age New Yorkers moving in.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Too many cars!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Too many goof balls like you!

Coca
27 days ago

Looks like a slum

Mario Romani
1 month ago

Nauseating.

Felix
18 days ago

Jealous! Sacrifice your self. Many of those you see in the video studied hard for many years to have a good job and be able to pay to live well.