Correll is a urban neighborhood in Mayani, located just south of Downtown, to the east of Little Havana and to the north of Coral Grove. Correll exists mostly of high-rise banks and apartment buildings. Correll is based on the real-life Miami neighborhood of Brickell.
Correll was firstly settled during the late 1910's. All investors in the city of Mayani wanted a place to reside, and their choice became Correll. Many millionaires built their mansions along Correll Avenue through Correll and neighboring Coral Grove. Correll was mostly a up-scale low-density neighborhood until the 1970's when the bayfront mansions was replaced with high-rise condominiums and banks started showing up on Correll Avenue. Since then, Correll has became the South American bank hub of the United States and has more than 35% of the jobs in Grove County.