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Curbed Cup Final Four Revealed: Down Goes Brickell

And then there were four. The 2015 Curbed Cup in South Florida is gearing up for a tremendous finish as our final four neighborhoods will clash for the crown of best neighborhood.

A little bit about each neighborhood's path:

(2) Downtown Miami vs. (14) Sunset Harbour

Downtown Miami has unequivocally been our most dominating neighborhood so far, blowing through the first two rounds by a 204-to-60 vote margin. Goliath's opponent is the Cinderella story of this year's bracket, Sunset Harbor. Despite winning the whole thing two years ago, the little neighborhood along Purdy ave was a long-shot entering the opening round as a No. 14 seed after having an arduous year of being engulfed by roadside construction. That didn't stop halt it from edging MiMo District and Wynwood/Midtown in the first two rounds.

(9) Coconut Grove vs. (4) South Beach

Coconut Grove is the stubborn veteran who won't go away easily after taking down top-seeded Brickell in the Elite Eight by a somewhat close 135-119 margin. South Beach survived the tightest matchup of the last round, slipping past Edgewater by a mere two votes. Both the Grove and SoBe are residential development hot spots with plenty to offer in quality entertainment and dining. Both have a history. Only one will advance.

Voting begins on Monday.