; School of Accounting, Miami-Dade County is served by four Interstate Highways (I-75 I-95 I-195 I-395) and several U.S Highways including U.S Route 1 U.S Route 27 U.S Route 41 and U.S Route 441. Downtown has over 6,000 hotel rooms in numerous hotels Downtown has Miami's largest concentration of hotel rooms and is the city's hub for business travellers Many of these hotels are geared for business travellers mostly along Brickell Avenue some for luxury leisure stays and others as bargain tourist hotels Some of Downtown's largest hotels are:. Miami International University of Art & Design (private).
. Miami Causeways Richard Blanco, 7 Further reading FIU has a center on Brickell Avenue in Downtown Miami at 1101 Brickell Avenue dubbed "FIU Downtown on Brickell" FIU's College of Business Administration has had classes at the Burdines Building on Flagler Street and the Metropolitan Center had offices at 150 SE 2nd Ave since 2004 in August 2011 FIU expanded its Downtown center to 1101 Brickell with the expansion of course offerings for the College of Business Administration and the School of International and Public Affairs as well as with FIU's research center the Metropolitan Center Most programs in Downtown are graduate-level evening courses geared for Downtown professionals and residents as of Spring 2011 there were approximately 500 students enrolled at the Downtown center with plans to grow the center to over 2,000 students by 2021, Southeast Financial Center the tallest skyscraper built in the 1980s office boom. National Hurricane Center/National Weather Service 1995, Palm Beach Atlantic University (private/Christian) 8265 Gallery 1968 30.9% 676,794 40.5% 886,804. See also: List of colleges and universities in Florida List of high schools in Florida and List of school districts in Florida. With the railroad under construction activity in Miami began to pick up Men from throughout Florida flocked to Miami to await Flagler's call for workers of all qualifications to begin work on the promised hotel and city by late December 1895 seventy-five of them already were at work clearing the site for the hotel They lived mostly in tents and huts in the wilderness which had no streets and few cleared paths Many of these men were victims of the freeze which had left both money and work scarce! . !