Brickell is south of the Miami River and is a mixed upper-class residential neighborhood as well as Miami's major financial district along Brickell Avenue the Shops at Mary Brickell Village Brickell City Center and Simpson Park are located within Brickell Brickell is directly served by the Miami Metrorail at: Brickell Station and by five Metromover stations on the Brickell Loop. The southern side of Miami includes the neighborhoods of Coral Way the Roads and Coconut Grove Coral Way is a historic residential neighborhood built in 1922 between Downtown and Coral Gables and is home to many old homes and tree-lined streets Coconut Grove established in 1825 is a historic neighborhood with narrow winding roads and a heavy tree canopy It is the location of Miami's City Hall at Dinner Key the former Coconut Grove Playhouse CocoWalk and the Coconut Grove Convention Center It is also home to many nightclubs bars restaurants and bohemian shops which makes it very popular with local college students Coconut Grove is known for its many parks and gardens such as Vizcaya Museum the Kampong the Barnacle Historic State Park and numerous other historic homes and estates, 7 Education Coral Way Flagami and West Flagler, Landon Student Union The Miami Masters is an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 and WTA Premier tennis event whereas the Delray Beach International Tennis Championships is an ATP World Tour 250 event. . Concourse J is the newest concourse having opened on August 29 2007 Part of the airport's South Terminal project the concourse was designed by Carlos Zapata and M.G.E one of the largest Hispanic-owned architecture firms in Florida the concourse features 15 international-capable gates as well as the airport's only gate with 3 jet bridges specifically designed for the Airbus A380 the concourse added a third international arrivals hall to the airport supplementing the existing ones at Concourses B (since replaced by the facility at Concourse D) and Concourse E while significantly relieving overcrowding at these two facilities. . Water 7.1 Kissimmee River Florida Memorial University (private) 3 American Airlines 11,031 As the county seat of Miami-Dade County Downtown is home to the central offices and departments of the Miami-Dade County government mainly located in the Government Center area the Stephen P Clark Government Center is the central headquarters of Miami-Dade government with the offices of the Miami-Dade Mayor Although city hall for the City of Miami is in Coconut Grove many offices of Miami's city government are in Downtown including the city's Planning Department the Miami Police Department also has its central offices in Downtown.
In recent years[when?] Miami has promoted the arts business and the performing arts such as the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts the second-largest performing arts center in the U.S Other projects include the new Miami Marlins Stadium Miami Streetcar Port of Miami Tunnel and Museum Park which includes the Miami Art Museum and the Miami Science Museum, (15.3) 66.9 Second in power and number to the Calusa in South Florida were the Tequesta They occupied the southeastern portion of the lower peninsula in modern-day Dade and Broward counties Like the Calusa the Tequesta societies centered on the mouths of rivers Their main village was probably on the Miami River or Little River Spanish depictions of the Tequesta state that they were greatly feared by sailors who suspected them of torturing and killing survivors of shipwrecks With an increasing European presence in south Florida Native Americans from the Keys and other areas began increasing their trips to Cuba Official permission for the immigration of Native Americans from the Florida Keys was granted by Cuban officials in 1704 Spanish priests attempted to set up missions in 1743 but noted that the Tequesta were under assault from a neighboring tribe When only 30 members were left they were removed to Havana a British surveyor in 1770 described multiple deserted villages in the region where the Tequesta lived Common descriptions of Native Americans in Florida by 1820 used only the term "Seminoles". Miami-Dade Transit (MDT) is the largest public transit agency in Florida operating rapid transit people movers and an intercity bus system Metrorail is Florida's only rapid transit currently with 23 stations on a 24.4-mile (39.3 km) track the Downtown Miami people mover Metromover operates 20 stations and three lines on a 4.4-mile (7.1 km) track through the Downtown neighborhoods of the Arts & Entertainment District the Central Business District and Brickell Metrobus serves the entirety of Miami-Dade County also serving Monroe County as far south as Marathon and Broward County as far north as downtown Fort Lauderdale in Broward County Broward County Transit runs public buses as does Palm Tran in Palm Beach County Additionally the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority operates Tri-Rail a commuter rail train that connects the three of the primary cities of South Florida (Miami Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach) and most intermediate points. . 1890s: Fast growth and formation - Internship or study abroad program, (18.6) 59.5 1.1 Beginnings (1800s) The Historic Call-Collins House the Grove is an antebellum plantation house built in the 1840s in Tallahassee Florida.
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