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About Us

The Brickell Key Master Association (BKMA) was created in 1980 to administer and maintain the island's common properties that are not part of individual condominium or commercial properties. BKMA provides maintenance and security services to those common areas, including the linear park surrounding the island, island roadways, seawall, recreational areas and all common area landscaping. BKMA also administers special projects and the island amenities and seasonal activities for community members.
BKMA Mission: BKMA is exclusively devoted to maintaining the common properties of the island to the highest possible standards. Service to and safety of Brickell Key's residents and businesses is the priority of the BKMA, which is committed to the most responsive communications to and among its members. At all times, BKMA will devote its efforts to the best possible technical, financial, and aesthetic upkeep of the island.

About Us

The Brickell Key Master Association (BKMA) was created in 1980 to administer and maintain the island's common properties that are not part of individual condominium or commercial properties. BKMA provides maintenance and security services to those common areas, including the linear park surrounding the island, island roadways, seawall, recreational areas and all common area landscaping. BKMA also administers special projects and the island amenities and seasonal activities for community members.
BKMA Mission: BKMA is exclusively devoted to maintaining the common properties of the island to the highest possible standards. Service to and safety of Brickell Key's residents and businesses is the priority of the BKMA, which is committed to the most responsive communications to and among its members. At all times, BKMA will devote its efforts to the best possible technical, financial, and aesthetic upkeep of the island.

The History of Brickell Key

In 1836 Henry Flagler, often called the ‘Father of the City’, dug a nine-foot-deep channel to keep the mouth of the Miami River open to shipping. Soil from his dredging created two small islands that were then combined in the 1940's by a wealthy real estate investor to make a man-made, triangular property. Most of the land was purchased by Swire Properties, who has spent over 30 years transforming the private, barren terrain into a thriving urban community. Brickell Key now consists of 6 million square feet of residential, commercial and hotel space, with attractive south-facing views across Biscayne Bay, open landscaped spaces with more than 5,000 trees, and hardly a parked car in sight thanks to abundant underground parking.

MORE ABOUT THE ISLAND

AN URBAN OASIS

Achieving balance between two seemingly divergent cultures, island and urban, was the driving concept behind everything from the original plans to the final design.  By reducing the effect of construction in the center of the island, the developer created a generous area of open space, which they turned into an attractive village green, children’s playground and various water features that are shared by residents, workers and hotel guests.

UNIQUE DESIGN

Underground parking for 5,600 vehicles ensures that the island’s aesthetic appeal is not tarnished by streets lined with cars.  Together, these elements enhance the feeling of a very considered space and a calm sense of place.

NATURAL BALANCE

From a distance the island looks to be all high-rise towers, but up close it is a complex residential and cultural ecosystem with extensive parkland, beautiful open spaces, natural tree canopy and numerous public art installations, including Manuel Carbonell’s famed 30-foot ‘El Centinela del Rio’ and other specially commissioned statues.

A LINEAR PARK

All these features are surrounded by a mile long Baywalk that allows anyone to experience the waterfront location, and additional features such as a Japanese garden and hidden man-made beach that add to its charm.  Away from view, innovative management of the seawall and seabed ensures that the island’s boundaries are kept healthy and well protected.

We are happy to welcome you to our peaceful island oasis in the heart of the Miami metropolis.

 

 

AMENITIES

Information Center

 

The information center is located at the entrance of the property and the officers on duty 24/7 are here to assist you in anything you need.

- Should you have tow truck or other delivery vehicle coming to the property, please notify the information center by phone: 786-971-5100 or via message in Contact Us.
- As Brickell Key is a public island, all standard sized vehicles will be granted access through the visitor lane.
- Residents may register their vehicles
here to access the island through the resident lane.
- Oversized vehicles and trucks must check-in with the information center to ensure proper height clearances are met, prior to being allowed access.

Baywalk

 

The Baywalk is a 1.5-mile public lineal park, open to Key residents and non-residents alike.

- The Baywalk is for walking and running only.
- With the exception of wheelchairs and children’s strollers, no wheeled vehicles, such as: scooters, skateboards, bicycles, in-line skates, golf carts or otherwise are permitted except by authorized personnel or children under 10 years old.
- Pets must be leashed at all times. Pet owners must clean up and dispose of all pet waste.
- Pet owners who do not comply may be ticketed by police and/or be asked to leave the area and/or banned from the area.
- No one is permitted on the bay rocks (rip rap).
- Boats are not allowed to dock along the key or bay walks at any time. Loading and unloading of passengers on the bay walks surrounding the Key is not permitted.

Village Green

 

The Village Green, located at the center of the Island, is a dedicated play and recreation space for Brickell Key Residents. BKMA often hosts seasonal events here, including: “Splash day, Spooky Night, and Movie Nights”

- Playground is for Brickell Key Residents only. Children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times.
- Nautilus Water fountain hours: 7-days/week 9 am to 6 pm.
- Pets must be leashed at all times. Pet owners must clean up and dispose of all pet waste.
- Pet owners who do not comply may be ticketed by police and/or be asked to leave the area and/or banned from the area.
- Only one-on-one outdoor training sessions are permitted. Organized sports and exercise classes are not allowed.
- No photography or videography is allowed without the permission of BKMA (see Reservation Requests to request permission)
- By using these facilities, user assumes all risk for damage or personal injury resulting directly or indirectly thereof and Swire and BKMA shall not be liable for any such injury or damage.

South Lawn

 

The South Lawn is a future development site owned by Swire Properties. Until such time that the South Lawn area begins development, it has been provided to the residents of Brickell Key for recreational use. Please note:

- The picnic tables are available for rental by Brickell Key residents for parties and events and you can reserve here.
- Pet owners who do not comply may be ticketed by police and/or be asked to leave the area and/or banned from the area. Only one-on-one outdoor training sessions are permitted. Organized sports and exercise classes are not allowed. Pets must be leashed at all times. Pet owners must clean up and dispose of all pet waste.
- Birds in the South Lawn area may display aggressive behaviors during Spring nesting season. Please exercise caution.
- No photography or videography is allowed without the permission of BKMA (see Reservation Requests to request permission)

Playgrounds

 

There are playgrounds located at both the South Lawn and the Village Green for the enjoyment of Brickell Key children. Also in the Village Green you will find our beautiful Nautilus fountain, which delights children during warmer months as an easy and gentle way to splash, play and cool off!

- This play area is designed for children 2-12 years of age.
- Children must be supervised by an adult at all times.
- No Diaper-age children.
- Playground should not be used when wet.
- Do not use equipment improperly.
- No bare feet.
- No pets allowed.
- No food, drinks or glass in play area.
- Limited capacity of 20 persons.
- Open daily from sunrise to sunset.
- Trespassers will be asked to leave the premises.

Pocket Park for Pooches

 

- The pocket park for pooches is located on the Eastern side of the Baywalk between Brickell Key II and Tequesta Two Condominiums.
- The pocket park for pooches if for Brickell Key Residents only.
- Resident pet owners must register pets and submit vaccination records in order to obtain a code to access the park (see “My Profile”)
- Code will change monthly to prevent unauthorized use. The new code will be sent to you via text message.

 

OUR TEAM

Anna Brautigam, MBA, LCAM

General Manager

abrautigam@bkma.info

Nathalie Ortiz

Assistant Property Manager

nortiz@bkma.info

Karen Martinez

Administrative assistant

kmartinez@bkma.info

 

Orlando Morciego

Chief Engineer/Maintenance

Heberto Miranda

Maintenance Team

Miguel Leon

Maintenance Team

 

 

CONTACT US

To report a maintenance issue please click HERE

To make a payment or view your account ledger please click HERE

To reserve any of our wonderful Brickell Key resident amenities please click HERE

To contact the management team at any of the condominiums in Brickell Key please click HERE

 

 

 

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